The world has many definations of Naiki (Piousness) but the one defined by Allah (s.w.t) in the Quran is the only one that will get acceptance. It is not limited to morals or worship only. Rather covers all the dimensions.
It is obligatory for the Muslims to Spend in the Way of Allah. Allah (s.w.t) guides the Muslims in these Ayaat
on how to spend, whom to spend on and why is it important. A result oriented Vision should be kept in mind for this purpose.
"There shall be no compulsion in Deen. The right course has become clear from the wrong. So whoever disbelieves in Taghut and believes in Allah has grasped the most trustworthy handhold with no break in it. And Allah is Hearing and Knowing. Allah is the ally of those who believe. He brings them out from darknesses into the light. And those who disbelieve - their allies are Taghut. They take them out of the light into darknesses. Those are the companions of the Fire; they will abide eternally the
Allah (s.w.t) ne taqaza kia hai k us k batai hui Halal cheezon ko khao aur Shaytaan k jaal se bachna. Saath hi Allah (s.w.t) un logon ko bhi jawab de rahe hain ko apni aabao ajdaad k taqleed karte hain.
Despite knowing that Allah (s.w.t) is the Creator and Sustainer of everything, people associate the love, dream and hopes with other things. But what will eventually happen to them on the Day of Judgment?
Allah (s.w.t) mentions the different aspects of the natural world and their creation. These ayaat will lead anyone pondering on them with an open to the ultimate reality that Allah (s.a.w) is the only one worthy of worship.
Ahle-Kitab k zulm aur nafarmani kay tazkare k baad, Allah (s.w.t) ne Ibrahim (e.s) ko bare qaraar dia un k ghalat aqeeday se. Aab Allah (s.w.t) alaan kar rahe hain aik naye Ummat ka aur us k naye Qiblay ka. Is Ummat ka maqsad aur faraiz bhi bayan kiay hain.
The coming of the False Messiah, The King of the Jews, the one about whom the Messenger of Allah (s.a.w) said is the Ad-Dajjal. His Fitna during his 40 days reign. The end of his time and of the Jews at the hand of Esa (e.s)