In order not to be shocked in the last journey, Allah enjoined Hajj (Pilgrimage to Mecca) on those who are able to perform it, to be a journey to Allah before the last journey, so that man could prepare himself for the last journey, through its lessons.

A journey before the last journey
The Prophetic Hadith:

Ramadan Lectures- Notions on Faith- Lesson (08)-The Prophetic Hadith: "A slave (of Allah) may utter a word which pleases Allah…"

- Words are influential and they are part of our deeds - Importance of enjoining ma'rouf and forbidding mukar - Importance of following the prophet's sunna

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Al I’tisam (Holding firmly to Allah) is Faith Related Behavior and it leads to a Sound Faith.

Islamic Education- Means of Access and Signs of Acceptance- Lesson (62-70): Al I’tisam (Holding firmly to Allah) is Faith Related Behavior and it leads to a Sound Faith.

The believer’s discipline in his speech and deeds: Dear brothers, we are tackling a topic that is profoundly related to this series of lectures “Ways of access and Signs of Acceptance” and this topic is about Al I’tisam (holding firmly to Allah). Al Harith Bin Hasheem, May Allah be pleased with him, naraated that he asked the prophet PBUH once: “Tell me something to which I hold firmly”,

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Being Content.

Lectures and Televised Interviews – Turkey– Sakarya City- The Right Religion -2- Dialogue Between Dr. Muhammad Rateb Al-Nabulsi and Dr. Umar Abdul Kafi- Lesson 1- Being Content.

- Allah's Will is profoundly related to the absolute Wisdom - Man's weakness is one of the main reasons that turns him to Allah - He who forgives and reconciles with others will be rewarded by Allah

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The concept of Hijra

Friday Sermon (0782): The concept of Hijra

- Importance of Hijra - Hijra after the conquest of Mekka - The back Hijra

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Shirk (Polytheism) and Tawheed (Believing in One God [Monotheism]).

Interpretation of the Quran- Long version- Surat Al-Ana'm(6) (lesson 05-73): Ayat (17-18) Shirk (Polytheism) and Tawheed (Believing in One God [Monotheism]).

What is true monotheism? When can you taste the sweetness of faith?

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