Islamic Quotes

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The ink of the scholar is more holy than the blood of the martyr.
“The ink of the scholar is more holy than the blood of the martyr.”
Anonymous, القرآن الكريم

ابن قيم الجوزية
“المؤمن لا تتم له لذه بمعصيه أبداً بل لا يُباشـرها إلا و الحزن يخالط قلبه و متى خلا قلبه من هذا الحزن فليبكي على موت قلبه”
ابن قيم الجوزية

محمد حسين يعقوب
“كل ما شغلك عن القرآن هو شؤم عليك”
محمد حسين يعقوب, أصول الوصول إلى الله تعالى

ابن تيمية
“العلم شيئان : إمّا قول مصدّق أو بحثٌ محقّق، وما سوى ذلك فهذيان”
ابن تيمية

محمد حسين يعقوب
“إذا أصبت بالفتور، فعليك بالتفكير فوراً في عمل تقوم به.. ابدأ والله يأخذ بيدك.. اعمل ..تحرك..”
محمد حسين يعقوب, أصول الوصول إلى الله تعالى

Muhammad Ali Jinnah
“We should have a State in which we could live and breathe as free men and which we could develop according to our own lights and culture and where principles of Islamic social justice could find free play.”
Muhammad Ali Jinnah

محمد حسين يعقوب
“ومن الزاد خبيئة.. خبيئة من عمل صالح لم يطلع عليه بشر، يصلح للتوسل به في محطات الطريق ومطباته”
محمد حسين يعقوب, أصول الوصول إلى الله تعالى

Muhd Kamil Ibrahim
“Bangunlah malam, ia membantu untuk lulus ujian yang lain. Jangan sekali-kali membesarkan tidur.”
Muhd Kamil Ibrahim, Bersyukur Saat Diuji

Zakir Naik
“Al-Qur'an is not a book of Science, ‘S-C-I-E-N-C-E’ but a book of Signs ‘S-I-G-N-S”
Zakir Naik

Ali Shariati
“أما الاسلام، "مصباح الطريق" الذي هو "لا شرقيٌ ولا غربيٌ" هذه الكلمة الطاهرة كالشجرة الطيبة أصلها في "الأرض" وفرعها في "السماء" فهو يرى الواقع الموجود في الحياة، في الروح والجسد، في العلاقات الإجتماعية، في بناء المجتمع وحركة التاريخ -خلافاً للمثالية-، وكالواقعية، يعترف بوجود هذه الأمور ولكنه -خلافاً للواقعية- لا "يرضخ ل...ها" بل "يغيرها " يبدل "ماهيتها" بأسلوب ثوري، ويقودها في مسير مثالياته ومن أجل الحصول على أهدافه المثالية، "يتوسل" بغاياته "الحقيقية" لكن غير الواقعية" فلا يستسلم لها كالواقعي بل يضعها له، ولا يفر منها كالمثالي، بل يذهب نحوها ويشد بحبله على رقبتها، ويطوعها، وهكذا يجعل مما كان "حاجزاً للمثالي، "مركباً" مثالياً له.”
علي شريعتي

Roman Payne
“I ran across an excerpt today (in English translation) of some dialogue/narration from the modern popular writer, Paulo Coelho in his book: Aleph.(Note: bracketed text is mine.)... 'I spoke to three scholars,' [the character says 'at last.'] ...two of them said that, after death, the [sic (misprint, fault of the publisher)] just go to Paradise. The third one, though, told me to consult some verses from the Koran. [end quote]' ...I can see that he's excited. [narrator]' ...Now I have many positive things to say about Coelho: He is respectable, inspiring as a man, a truth-seeker, and an appealing writer; but one should hesitate to call him a 'literary' writer based on this quote. A 'literary' author knows that a character's excitement should be 'shown' in his or her dialogue and not in the narrator's commentary on it. Advice for Coelho: Remove the 'I can see that he's excited' sentence and show his excitement in the phrasing of his quote.(Now, in defense of Coelho, I am firmly of the opinion, having myself written plenty of prose that is flawed, that a novelist should be forgiven for slipping here and there.)Lastly, it appears that a belief in reincarnation is of great interest to Mr. Coelho ... Just think! He is a man who has achieved, (as Leonard Cohen would call it), 'a remote human possibility.' He has won lots of fame and tons of money. And yet, how his preoccupation with reincarnation—none other than an interest in being born again as somebody else—suggests that he is not happy!”
Roman Payne

محمد الغزالي
“إن البصر الثاقب لم تفته حالة الرجل المحكوم عليه وقد ملكه الفشل، فولى يستر ضعفه واستسلامه بهذه الكلمة: حسبي الله ونعم الوكيل، إنها هنا كلمة حق أريد بها باطل! ”
محمد الغزالي

محمد الغزالي
“إني أهيب بالمسلمين أن يراجعوا كتابهم وسنة نبيهم في تعرف أحكام الأسرة وأشرف الأساليب لبقاء البيت المسلم يؤدي رسالته والإجتماعية وأن يدرسوا ما يقع في أرجاء العالم من هذا القبيل فليس من المعقول أن تمنع المرأة عندنا من ركوب سيارة على حين يعطيها العالم حق إقتياد أمة والسهر على مصالحها”
محمد الغزالي, نحو تفسير موضوعي لسور القرآن الكريم

سید روح الله  خمینی
“والنُكتة هي في أنّ الحق تعالى في القرآن الشريف والأنبياء والأئمة عليهم السلام في الأحاديث الشريفة قد بيّنوا الحقائق العقلية بلغة معروفة لعامّة الناس من باب الشفقة والرحمة لبني آدم، حتى يكون لكل منهم - على قدر فهمه - حظاً من هذه الحقائق. وهم ينزلون الحقائق الغيبية العقلية منزلة المحسوسات والموجودات كي يكون لعامة الناس حظ في عالم الغيب بحسب قدرهم ولكن ينبغي لمتلقي علوم أولئك السادة والمستفيدين من معارف القرآن الشريف، وأحاديث أهل العصمة من أجل أداء شكر هذه النّعمة وجزاء هذه العطية، أن لا يتطاولوا على مقاماتهم،فيقلبون الصورة لإلى الباطن والقشر إلى اللب، والدنيا إلى الآخرة حيث أن الوقوف عند الحدود اقتحام في الهلكات والقناعة بالصور تأخر عن قافلة السالكين، وهذه الحقيقة واللطيفة الإلهية - وهي العلم بالتأويل - تحصل بالمجاهدات العلميّة والرياضيات العقلية مشفوعة بالرياضات العملية، وتطهير النفوس وتنزية القلوب وتقديس الأرواح ”
الإمام الخميني

Asif Shibgat Bhuiyan
“আমরা আমাদের ব্যবসায় ইনভেস্ট করি টাকাপয়সা। কিন্তু আমরা খেয়াল করে দেখি না যে আমাদের জীবনও একটি ব্যবসার মতো। এতে লাভ বা ক্ষতি রয়েছে। কিন্তু এই ব্যবসার মূলধন কিন্তু টাকাপয়সা নয়। জীবনের যে ব্যবসা তাতে মূলধন হলো সময়। আমাদের প্রত্যেককে কিছু সময় পৃথিবীতে মূলধন হিসেবে দেওয়া হয়েছে। এই মূলধনকে কাজে লাগিয়ে আমাদের এ ব্যবসায় লাভবান হতে হবে।”
Asif Shibgat Bhuiyan, সহজ কুরআন

“A million gripes against the darkness will not make a dent in it. But a little candle will.”
Khalid Baig

Syed Muhammad Naquib al-Attas
“The common understanding among Muslims, no doubt indoctrinated by Western notions, is that a secular state is a state that is not governed by the 'ulama', or whose legal system is not established upon the revealed law. In other words it is not a theocratic state. But this setting in contrast the secular state with the theocratic state is not really an Islamic way of understanding the matter, for since Islam does not involve itself in the dichotomy between the sacred and the profane, how then can it set in contrast the theocratic state with the secular state?”
Syed Muhammad Naquib al-Attas, Islam and Secularism

Nouman Ali Khan
“So we have to internalize a very powerful reality that Allah has given us. We treasure all of our relationships so long as, they are something that is building us towards the akhirah (the afterlife). So I want to leave you with this picture, what Allah has in His possession is better.”
Nouman Ali Khan, Revive Your Heart: Putting Life in Perspective

Seyyed Hossein Nasr
“From it genesis twelve hundred years ago to today, Islamic philosophy (al-hikmah; al-falsafah) has been one of the major intellectual traditions within the Islamic world, and it has influenced and been influenced by many other intellectual perspectives, including Scholastic theology (kalam) and doctrinal Sufism (al-ma'rifah or al-tasawwuf al-'ilmi) and theoretical gnosis ('irfan-i nazari).”
Seyyed Hossein Nasr, Islamic Philosophy from Its Origin to the Present: Philosophy in the Land of Prophecy

Seyyed Hossein Nasr
“In the Islamic world itself also there is a great crisis in he modern established universities precisely because the systems from the West have been transplanted into that world without a close integration between the humanities, which should be drawn totally from Islamic sources, the religious disciplines and the sciences which have been imported from the West.”
Seyyed Hossein Nasr, A Young Muslim's Guide to the Modern World

“Tuhanku, puaskan aku dengan aturanMu daripada aturanku, dengan pilihanMu daripada pilihanku”
Aguk Irawan MN

Asif Shibgat Bhuiyan
“সত্যকে নিজের দাস মনে না করে নিজেকে সত্যের অনুসারী হিসেবে দাঁড় করাতে হবে।”
Asif Shibgat Bhuiyan, সহজ কুরআন

“ما خابت قلوب قط أودعت البارئ أمانيها .. فعند الله لا تضيع الأماني”
Almuez

“Sebarkan Titik Persamaan, Hindarkan Titik Perbezaan. :)”
Zahirul Nukman

Joel Hayward
“Allah's Messenger ﷺ fought [with us] in severe heat, struggling on our long journey, against the desert and the great strength of the enemy.”
Joel Hayward, The Leadership of Muhammad: A Historical Reconstruction

Joel Hayward
“It was through Allah’s mercy that you [Muhammad] have been able to deal with them so gently. If you had been stern and hard-hearted, they would surely have dispersed from around you.”
Joel Hayward, The Leadership of Muhammad: A Historical Reconstruction

Joel Hayward
“A leader is a shield to the people”
Joel Hayward, The Leadership of Muhammad: A Historical Reconstruction

Joel Hayward
“As a man of deep faith, Muhammad embraced and taught a theocentric understanding of leadership; that is, he believed that ultimately God chooses and puts in place all leaders, regardless of the specific procedure of a person’s appointment to a leadership role within a community or army.”
Joel Hayward, The Leadership of Muhammad: A Historical Reconstruction

Joel Hayward
“Muhammad was gentle and flexible when he recognized sometimes that a greater good might be accomplished by releasing someone from a vow. When a young man happened to tell him that his pledge to emigrate with him (presumably to Medina) had made his parents cry, he humanely said: “Go back to them, and make them smile just as you had made them weep.”
Joel Hayward, The Leadership of Muhammad: A Historical Reconstruction

Joel Hayward
“As a prophet and communal leader, Muhammad was entitled to special treatment, such as eating better while campaigning with his men. Yet he ate only what his warriors ate and suffered privations — intense heat, hunger and thirst, exhaustion and discomfort — equally with them. When he led a force of slightly over three hundred warriors to Badr in March 624, for example, they had only seventy camels between them. Three or four men therefore rode cramped on each camel. Muhammad asked for no preferential treatment, even though no one would have begrudged him the right to ride alone, and he uncomfortably shared his camel with ‘Ali ibn Abi Talib and Zayd ibn Harithah (some sources say Marthad ibn Abi Marthad al-Ghanawi).”
Joel Hayward, The Leadership of Muhammad: A Historical Reconstruction

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