Knowledge is the best asset one can have. The righteous scholars are the witnesses of the truth and Allah’s Oneness. They know that true knowledge and fear of Allah could be attained only by reading and grasping Allah’s signs (ayat) in the Quran...
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From among trillions and trillions of incidents that have occurred throughout human history, Allah picked just a few to narrate in the Quran. Obviously, these stories are special. Let us look at some of these stories and what lessons...
What is surprising is that even though there are descriptions of prayer in the Bible, Christians and Jews no longer pray the way their own Prophets prayed. The remainder of this article will examine passages from various books of the Bible and compare them to the way Muslims pray.
Do We Hear Satan? How does Satan whisper? Have any of us heard Satan? We have, and we haven’t. We haven’t heard him ...
Knowledge of the Hellfire serves to dissuade man from wrong-doing while a glimpse into the treasures of Paradise incites him towards good deeds and righteousness.
The mission of Prophet Yunus is a timeless story that tells us there is a way out, if only we have faith. Almighty Allah called Yunus to preach to the people of Nineveh. Nineveh was a great city, the capital of Assyria, and it had become a very wicked place.
Islam greatly encourages giving money to the poor, and Zakah is a pillar of Islam. Charity is mentioned in the Quran and in the Sunnah. So why is it that many Muslim countries have a rich elite minority, but the majority of people are very poor?
I knew the detriment the media could bring about, so it was no surprise to me when I realized that I had bought another media myth that Muslim women were oppressed. The media not only tells us what to think about ourselves, it tells us what to think of others.
The Muslim greeting of salam "saying as-salamu alaykum" in Arabic means "peace be upon you". It may be news to many that this greeting was taught by Moses (or Musa, peace be upon him) the prophet of Judaism, and Jesus (or Isa, peace be upon him) the prophet of Christianity.
There are scientific and historical facts found in the Quran which were unknown to the people at the time, and have only been discovered recently by contemporary science.
Eid is more than a celebration, it is a reminder. We are reminded of our own submission to the will of God. Those Muslim’s who are not making the pilgrimage and who can afford it sacrifice an animal in remembrance of Prophet Ibrahim’s test.