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Sisters Be Strong!

Asalama Alaykum Unfortunately, muslim countries have being going through tough times, its very hard to live in some of them. For that reason many muslims migrated to these western countries, but today I have read from the news that french is close to ban burkha, but when you read the news you can sense that…


New Day Begins

Asalama Alaykum Everyone As Muslims we have a day in every week which we need to leave everything we are doing and focus on remembering Allah. This day is FRIDAY, its this day that every male muslim obligated to visit the house of Allah, its this day that every muslim need to THANK allah, ask…


It will Change you!

Asalama Alaykum Brothers and Sisters…Today I want to talk about a very important issue which is "adhering to the Sunnah". This is might be more to the brothers than sisters, but I will mention about the sisters in several places insha allah.Listen brothers in Islam, we all know that when we grow beard people look…


About Life Today

You know, the world today is pretty much crazy, its so crazy that everyone lost interest in looking at the news anymore. You Know what always comes up on the news, that there was suicide bomb or bomb blast on somewhere in muslim country. Subhna Allah, What is going on here, I don’t believe any…



Worker’s Rights in Islam

 Worker's Rights in Islam

 Long before unions were established to protect workers rights, Islam acknowledged a whole set of rights for workers 1,400 years ago.


Islam praised the notion of work, and stressed that the one who works to sustain his living is more pious than the worshiper who worships day and night and who has the ability to work but relies on others for his sustenance. The truest example of this concept is the fact that all God's prophets worked to sustain themselves.


It was part of Prophet Muhammad's teachings to encourage work and assure basic rights for all categories of workers whether employees or day laborers. Workers should be treated with dignity and honor regardless of the kind of work they are performing, as long as this work is lawful.       


Islam acknowledged natural rights for workers as citizens in the community and passed many regulations that allowed social equality and the possibility of a decent life for them and their families.