Posts Tagged ‘Honor’

Honor the Prophet ﷺ

When Allah subhanahu wa ta`ala (exalted is He) loves someone, He honors them both in this life and in the Hereafter. As such, we find in the Qur’an that Allah (swt) always lovingly addresses His Messengers and Prophets in the way that a mentor addresses his student. The Prophets and Messengers are essentially the students […]

Honoring Our Authors: Shazia Ahmad

Why We Love Shazia Shazia is an amazing member of our WebbCommunity for many reasons. Perhaps her most distinctive trait is her wonderfully fluid, elegant writing style—even her emails read like poetry! As editors, she makes our job easy. Her warm writing voice and impeccable adab (character) are refreshing and enlightening. Whenever we read her emails, […]

Introducing a New Series: Honoring Our Authors

Alhamdulillah (praise and thanks be to God), we at SuhaibWebb.com have been blessed with an amazing group of writers and staff who have helped make the site flourish by Allah’s Grace, subhanahu wa ta`ala (exalted is He). In the last few years, SuhaibWebb.com has won “Best Blog” at the Brass Crescent Awards, as well as commendations from the […]

Hijab is Not to Protect Men, But to Honor Women

As we know, Islam provides a few guidelines on dress code for both men and women. They are designed to promote modesty while still allowing a functioning and healthy society. I’ve heard and read a number of stories and have observed the attitudes of many brothers: that Islamic guidelines for women’s clothing and modesty exist […]

Stand For Something

Becoming the Servants of the Most Merciful Series Part I | Part II | Part III | Part IV | Part V | Part VI | Part VII | Part VIII | Part IX | Part X | Part XI | Part XII | Part XIII | Part XIV | Part XV A true believer stands for something greater than his or herself. The modern secular approach to […]

Treasure Your Parents

It’s a classic movie scene, almost cliché: a grown child leaving home as his parents standby watching. The mother, usually weeping, is being consoled by her husband. I used to think that it was the parents who were losing in these situations. Typically the child is beaming, excited at the new prospects that await, while […]