Surat Al-Ḥadid is the 57th surah of the Quran. It's found in the Juzʼ number 27. Hadid in Arabic means 'Iron'. This surah contains 29 verses, four Rukus, 575 words and 2,475 letters.
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In the time of the Prophet, children were adopted but still retained the name of their birth parents. This wisdom, passed to Muhammad (PBUH) in a revelation, allowed the child to be cared for by his new adoptive parents but still retain a connection to his origin as well as any pertinent medical or family information he needed.
Beliefs shape attitudes toward health, influencing how people utilize healthcare services. For Muslims living in Islamic countries, this can lead to a straightforward ...
During the life of Prophet Muhammed (PBUH) in Arabia, people distinguished years by the major events that occurred within them. For example, the ...
Paul Dirac (1902–1984), one of Newton’s successors to the Lucasian Chair of Mathematics at Cambridge, was one of the greatest physicists of the 20th century and his work is one of the monuments of modern physical theory (See Abdus Salam 1966).
We, the physicians, have now come to accept a fact known to our patients for centuries: that healing is from God, and we are just an instrument of the Healer.
What contribution have Muslims made to civilization and science in the 20th – and now the 21st – century? Sure, Muslims have claimed several accolades ...
The moon is the earth’s dark satellite, visible only by reflecting the light of the sun.
When Al-Bara' was asked, "Was the face of the Prophet (as bright) as a sword?" he answered, "No, but (as bright) as a moon” (Bukhari).
It's over a 40-year old initiative towards a unified Islamic calendar. This global effort aims at bringing good science close to Shari'ah and practicality through making progress on convergence of Islamic observance for the start of Islamic months.
Dr. Asad Ahmed is an associate professor of Arabic and Islamic Studies in the department of Near Eastern Studies at the University of ...