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Compost Recycling of Life

Compost, Recycling of Life

“It is Allah who causes the seed grain and the date stone to split and sprout. He causes the living to issue from the dead. And He is the One to cause the dead to issue from the living. That is Allah: then how are you deluded away from the truth?” (Qur’an 6:96). In this physical …

Neurology Qur’an Speak About Smartest Bird on Earth

Neurology & Qur’an Speak About Smartest Bird on Earth

Birds are not generally perceived to be smart animals; in fact, it’s demeaning to call someone “bird-brained”. But one day, I was reading a verse of the Quran involving a bird teaching early humans an important practice, which made me stop and think of the significance of the verse and the qualities of this specific …

Genetics of Alcoholism

Genetics of Alcoholism

Despite all the known health and social problems of alcohol, there are millions of staunch defenders of this not-so-innocent beverage. Alcohol advocates usually support moderate consumption especially for social functions and gatherings. They argue that it is impossible to wipe it out completely and that a more rational approach is to bring its consumption under …

Trust Allah

Those who Trust Allah Never Lose Hope

One of the important characteristics of a Muslim is that he remains in a positive state of mind, whatever the circumstances. He tries for the best and look for wisdom. A Muslim is never in despair, not even in most difficult moments…

This verse is a great encouragement for us to beseech Allah in supplication for all of our needs.

What Does Allah Keep Doing Everyday?

Allah is constantly involved in the act of Creation, and in the act of altering the circumstances of created things. He brings things into existence from nonexistence. He enriches the poor. He gives strength to the weak. He also brings about the opposites of these states, in all cases according to His infinite knowledge and wisdom.

Pharaoh’s lifeless body is saved as a sign for those who come afterwards.

Allah is Merciful; Why Did He Refuse Pharaoh’s Repentance?

Allah accepts repentance from whomever realizes his sins, turns to Him and repents. And Allah gives us chance after chance to turn to Him; He, the Most Merciful, tirelessly accepting our repentance from sin after sin, again and again. However, the last minute repentance, when we are in our deathbeds…

Human embryonic stem cells

Therapeutic Cloning Advances in the Muslim World

Far more than just copying cells for the purpose of duplicating human beings, cloning technologies are leading to exciting medical applications. Continuing the discussion of Part 1, this article explores therapeutic cloning advances in the Muslim World.

Fasting in Ramadan is like representing angelic state for human beings. By abandoning the needs of body such as food and drink they act like angels.

Is Allah a Loving God?

The entire universe and everything in it is proof of Allah’s love for all of mankind. He loves us so much that He gave us an endless variety of foods, a vast array of wildlife, the ability to see changes in our surroundings by the changes in weather, and the sun, moon…

How Do We Communicate With God?

We can pretend with other people, we can fool everyone else, we can say nice things and appear to be such a good person. Allah knows everything about us. And even though He knows everything about us, He still wants to talk to us and listen; He still wants what is best for us. We don’t need to wear any masks…



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