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    So I was just looking over some notes of mine, and on one of the pages I had this phrase in the margin on the side "قوام الدين بكتاب يهدي وسيف ينصر" .. I have no clue where its from.. I've come across it numerous times, but I've yet to discover who said it or where it's cited from.

    If anyone knows the answer to my question, I'd very much appreciate it if you'd extinguish my curiosity. Jazaakum Allaahu khairan in advance..

    A few days late, but Ramadaan Mubarak to you all.
    Make justice between your tongue and your ears & you are given two ears and a mouth, so you ought to hear more than you say. [Abu Al-Darda]

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    شيخ الإسلام ابن تيمية رحمه الله : ( قوام الدين كتاب يهدي وسيف ينصر وكفى بربك هاديا ونصيرا

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    الإمام ابن القيم الجوزية رحمه الله فقال: بل الدين كله هو الخلق، فمن زاد عليك في الخلق، فقد زاد عليك في الدين
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    Imam Ibn Al-Qayyim Al-Jawziyyah رحمه الله said: Religion consists entirely of good character (الدين كله هو الخلق). Whoever surpasses you in good character surpasses you in religion.
    اللهم يا مقلب القلوب ثبت قلوبنا على دينك

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    BaarakAllaahu feek
    Make justice between your tongue and your ears & you are given two ears and a mouth, so you ought to hear more than you say. [Abu Al-Darda]

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