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Disabilities in Islam PDF Print E-mail

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Wheelchair
Islam set the trend for dealing equitably with people who have special needs. Umar ibn Abdul-Aziz rahimahullah asked rulers of the provinces to send him the names of all those blind, crippled, or with a chronic illness that prevented them from establishing salah. They sent him their names. He, in turn, ordered that every blind man should have an employee to guide and look after him, and that every two chronically ill persons - those with special needs - be attended by a servant to serve and care for them. (Ibn Al-Jawzi)

 

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Child Death PDF Print E-mail

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Baby Grave
What happens to children who die? Where do they go? Here are some answers from the Hadith:

 

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Disguised Blessings PDF Print E-mail

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Rose
Meaning. The journey of life often encompasses difficulties, challenges, trials and tribulations. Every hurdle we face in life has a meaning and “Allah does not burden a soul beyond that it can bear…” (Quran 2:286)

 

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Racism in Islam PDF Print E-mail

Racism
Racism
Dignity. Islam is against all forms of racism. All races are equal to Allah and the only characteristic that makes someone superior to another is righteousness. Allah has dignified all humans: ‘We have certainly honored the children of Adam …’ (Quran 17:70)

 

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Reasons for Tests PDF Print E-mail

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Test
Some reasons why we are tested in life:

 

Paradise. ‘Allah, the Exalted, says: ‘I have no reward except Paradise for a believing slave of Mine who shows patience and anticipates My reward when I take away his favorite one from the inhabitants of the world.’ (Bukhari)

 

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