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Q Fatima is a resource function developing innovative, educational material to ensure that a simple, relevant and interactive platform is established for the teaching of Islam. In essence, it is a tool to enable us to understand our faith and be understood.

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Q Fatima is a resource function developing innovative, educational material to ensure that a simple, relevant and interactive platform is established for the teaching of Islam. In essence, it is a tool to enable us to understand our faith and be understood.

    QByte – Journalling the Qur’an – 7:158

    QByte – Journalling the Qur’an – 7:158

    Sura Al Nisa – verse 158
    “Say oh human beings. Indeed I am the messenger of Allah to all of you. And I am a messenger from Him whose is the kingdom of the heavens and the earth. There is no god but He. He brings to life and He causes to die.”
    Here we are supposed to follow him, do his ittibaa, so that we may walk in the right way. So we may be guided.
    What is ittibaa? If you imagine somebody walking on the sand with their footprints, and you following them and putting your feet exactly in the same place where their footprints were, that is ittibaa. Ittibaa is closely following somebody in that way. It is therefore following closely, looking and taking guidance in absolutely everything from Allah and his messenger.

    • 3 min
    QByte – Journalling the Qur’an – 4:174

    QByte – Journalling the Qur’an – 4:174

    Sura Al Nisa – verse 174
    “O human beings, indeed there has come to you a decisive proof, a manifest truth from you Rabb and we have also sent down to you a clear light, a clarifying light.”
    Burhan is something that is so decisive that it’s undefeatable and this refers to the Prophet (pbuh). While, the noor refers to the Qur’an. So here, it is talking about the Qur’an and the masumeen, which are clear evidence of right and wrong. These are the two that we use for guidance to success.

    • 3 min
    QByte – Journalling the Qur’an – 4:1

    QByte – Journalling the Qur’an – 4:1

    Sura Al Nisa verse 1
    “Oh people, be God-conscious of your Master, who created you from a single being, and created its partner, and spread from them many men and women. Be God-conscious, by He who demands your rights of one another, and He who enjoins rights towards others and especially womb relations, the ties of relationships; surely Allah ever watches over you.” So here, there is a particular emphasis to uphold the rights of human beings, especially womb relations.
    Risalatul Huquq, the treatise of rights, written by Imam Zaynul Abideen talks about the responsibilities that one has towards others.

    • 4 min
    QByte – Journalling the Qur’an – 2:21 and 2:168

    QByte – Journalling the Qur’an – 2:21 and 2:168

    In aya 21 Allah says, “Oh human beings, serve your Rabb, who created you and those before you so that you may be God-conscious.” Now the word here is, “ibada”.  It is that which encompasses every action which one does for the pleasure of Allah, and thus we nourish the nafs. In simple words, ibada is those acts which connect us to Allah.
    Aya 168 of Suratul Bawara says, “Oh human beings, eat the lawful and good things of what is in the Earth. Don’t follow the footsteps of Shaitan – he is your open enemy.” So this highlights, do we have halal sustenance in all spheres of our life? Is everything we eat lawful and good? Do we follow the advice of the Prophet about what ot eat, for example, and what not to eat?

    • 3 min
    QByte – Ahlul Janna

    QByte – Ahlul Janna

    A profile of those who are Ahlul Janna

    They manifest their belief through good deeds.
    They strive to achieve their goals.
    They do not display any arrogance.
    They have no ill feelings towards anyone.
    They do not commit injustice.
    They are absolutely sure about the words of divinity.
    They have absolute trust in Him.
    They do not hoard.
    They don’t belittle others.
    They focus on reaching their full potential until their last breath.
    They have self-esteem, but with that they have humility.
    They are God-conscious.
    They have an ability to admit mistakes and make a U-turn – that is tawbah.
    They have an ability to exude peace wherever they go.
    They love their work. That means they make intelligent career choices.
    They are very people-oriented.
    They’re consistent.
    They recognise the rights of parents and children; they are very family-orientated.
    They are quick to ask His forgiveness.
    They recognise errors and are willing to change.
    They fulfill their promises.
    They enrich the lives of others without expecting a tangible return – their expectations are only from their Rabb.

    • 4 min
    QByte – Fast track to Janna

    QByte – Fast track to Janna

    Fast track to Janna
    11 habits recommended to inculcate in our daily lives:

    Try to learn the jurisprudence of Fiqh
    Wear an aqeeq ring
    Always be in wudhoo
    Do ghusl on Friday
    Use perfume before you start to pray
    Brush your teeth
    Recite Qur’an regularly
    Ensure you have your kafan
    Initiate salaam
    Make peace amongst people
    Invite guests home

    • 3 min

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