Not everything worth having comes easily
The ṣ-b-r root occurs over 100 times in the Qur’an. From it come the verb ṣabara and the noun ṣabr. This root has the generic sense of patience. Yet the
A pan-textual analysis of the meaning of zakāt in the Qur’an
zakāt – purity
The Traditionalist claims that the expression ātā al zakāt means to pay a specific annual tax on wealth in order
For those who want to be clean and strong for the battle
Many of us who get that the world is in the grip of a Satanic cabal are engaged in various plans of action aimed at putting things right.
This article is from The Qur’an: A Complete Revelation.
ṣalāt – duty
The Traditionalist’s position, in summary, is that his non-Qur’anic literature tells him that
I experienced a spiritual crisis when I was twenty-one, one born of good intentions and poor analysis.
The fallout of this weighed heavily upon me for several years. Over that period