Surah Al-Baqara (3) - Fahad Sarwani

March 27, 2018

Surah Al-Baqara (3) - Quran Majlis with Fahad Sarwani

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Surah Al-Baqara (2) - Fahad Sarwani

March 13, 2018

Surah Al-Baqara (2) - Quran Majlis with Fahad Sarwani

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Surah Al-Baqara (1) - Fahad Sarwani

February 26, 2018

Surah Al-Baqara (1) - Quran Majlis with Fahad Sarwani

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Surah Al-Bayyinah (98)- Fahad Sarwani

July 29, 2017

In his exhaustive study of Surat Al-Bayyinah, Fahad Sarwani reflects on the on Ayahs explaining who are Kafir? right definitions in Quran about various identities. He explores how important it is to know about different people mentioned in Quran. So much positive in the words of Allah Swt. Please share if you like it.


Surah Al-Zalzala (99)- Fahad Sarwani

July 21, 2017

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This short but profound Surah (chapter) describes the Earth’s convulsions on the Day of Judgment, and how this is mirrored by the psychological convulsions that will be experienced by humans on that Day. Learn more about this Surah which is a great reminder of the ultimate day. 


Surah Al-Ikhlas (112)- Fahad Sarwani

July 13, 2017

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Reflection on Surah Al-Ikhlas. Who is Allah? What is ikhlas (sincerity) and why was this surah named after it? Why is it considered 1/3 of the Quran? What does Ahad mean and how is it different from Wahid? What does Al-Samad mean? What does Kufuan mean? How are all these descriptions of Allah linked to the topic of Ikhlas (sincerity). Listen to mindblowing content by Fahad Sarwani

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Surah Abasa (80)- Fahad Sarwani

June 19, 2017

Surah ‘Abasa (chapter 80 of the Qur’an) was revealed in Makkah. The main themes of this Surah are:

a) Belief in Allah

b) Life after death

c) Etiquettes of preaching the religion

d) Food for mind



Ramadhan Reflections From Surah Al-Baqara- Fahad Sarwani

May 24, 2017

Welcome Ramadan with Reflections on Qur'an Ayahs. By Fshad Sarwani.

Whats Taqwa, Why Allah Talks about Money, Love, Care, Intimacy with Wife in Ramadan


Surah Al-Muminoon: Who Are The True Believers? - Fahad Sarwani

May 7, 2017

Surah Al-Mu'minun by brother Fahad Sarwani. Amazing reflection on each ayah and how it is connected to each other. How believers live in paradise now and then? Learn what all characters and habits Believers possess. What is Khushuh in Salah means? How believers are mindful, protective and careful. Learn how important it is to purify moment to moment. 


Surah Al-Asr- Fahad Sarwani

May 2, 2017

Surah Al-Asr. Fahad Sarwani beautifully explains how each word and verse are connected and meaningful it is. How time is important. How we can achieve success. Who are losers mentioned in Qur'an. Pain & Pleasure concept. And much more...


Surah Al-Naas- Fahad Sarwani

April 23, 2017

Feed Your Soul With Fahad Sarwani.

Jinnah, Jin, Unseen Things. Subliminal Messages, Protection from things which we never imagined before.


Ayat Al-Kursi: The Greatest Verse- Fahad Sarwani

April 17, 2017

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Surah Al-Fatiha (1)- Fahad Sarwani

April 3, 2017

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A Positive Look At Death

March 30, 2016


How to Face the Inevitable With a Smile


Why is is that we fear talking about death? No one can deny the reality of death and yet we tend to avoid thinking about it and confronting it.

In the very popular hadith in which our beloved Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) told his companions that a time will come when the Muslims will be large in number but so weak and insignificant like the foam of the sea, he explains that the main reason was wahan, which was defined as two things:

1- Love of dunya: This doesn’t imply that Muslims should hate this world. Rather, we should love this world and use it to plant our seeds of goodness but our primarily focus should be attached to the Hereafter and pleasing Allah.

2- Hatred of death: This is when we hate the topic of death and see it as too depressing and serious. Allah describes the hypocrites as people who would stick their fingers in their ears to avoid listening to such topics that would seem scary like thunder and lightning.


“Or [it is] like a rainstorm from the sky within which is darkness, thunder and lightning. They put their fingers in their ears against the thunderclaps in dread of death. But Allah is encompassing of the disbelievers.” Surah Al-Baqarah 2:19

Even the Children of Israel were challenged by Allah to wish for death if in fact they were the chosen people of God. However, Allah exposes them by saying that they will never wish for death, in fact they will try to escape it because of the evil deeds they have committed but the reality is that there will be no escape when the time of death arrives.

In contrast, the Prophet gave us the good news of the one who is optimistic about meeting Allah:

“Whoever loves to meet Allah, Allah will love to meet him, and whoever hates to meet Allah, Allah will hate to meet him.” ‘Aisha RA or one of his wives said: “But we all dislike the idea of death.” He said, “It is not what you are thinking. When death approaches the believer and he is given the news of Allah’s pleasure and honour, nothing will be more dear to him than what lies ahead of him, so he will love to meet Allah and Allah will love to meet him. But when death approaches the disbeliever and he is given the news of Allah’s wrath and punishment, nothing will be more disliked by him than that what lies ahead of him, so he will hate to meet Allah and Allah will hate to meet him.” Sahih Al-Bukhari

Does this mean that we should wish for death? The Prophet PBUH taught us in another hadith:

“No one of you should wish for death. Either he is a doer of good and will do more, or he is a doer of evil but perhaps he may stop.”  Sahih Al-Bukhari

So the longer we live, the more good we can do and the longer chance we have to seek forgiveness for our mistakes and shortcomings.

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Surah Al-Qiyamah- Fahad Sarwani

February 8, 2016

Belief in the Day of Judgement is a fundamental pillar of our faith, but this topic is rarely talked about because it is usually perceived as a scary, negative and depressing topic.

Watch Br. Fahad Sarwani's reflections on Surah Al-Qiyama

to have a deeper appreciation and understanding of this beautiful Surah.