Talking about Prophet Muhammad’s life and following his footsteps should be a daily practice for Muslim families. We continue to love, respect and obey Prophet Muhammad, as the human being who was chosen by our Lord to perfect the religion of Islam. Here are ten tips to have your children learning about and the loving …
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The words of Zaynab bint ‘Ali echoed throughout the palace, and Yazîd ibn Muʿâwiyah remained silent. Such was the granddaughter of the prophet: unafraid, even in a position of seeming defeat and humiliation
AHL AL-BAYT–the family of Prophet Muhammad(PBUH),–those bound to him by blood and by marriage, those whom he spoke of in his sermon at Khumm: “And the people of my household, I remind you of Allah with regard to the people of my household! I remind you of Allah with regard to the people of my …
“The Prophet, peace and blessings be upon him, was more than just a great historical person, he was a father and friend, a husband, a companion and above all he was a human being. The Prophet’s unique physical appearance, his high character and willingness to sacrifice for others, are often at the essence of any …
The holy month of Ramadan is a time of restraint, reflection, and renewal. Muslims make every effort to better themselves and to be drawn closer to their Creator.
4 beautiful examples of when Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) showed mercy, including the time a man urinated in his mosque. Mercy Stories in the Prophet’s Life (20+ Hadiths)
There are many examples in the Qur’an and Hadith of the virtues of a positive mental attitude, perseverance and optimism in the face of adversity. However, did you know that patience and a positive outlook on life are two of the greatest healing tools that you can use?
“Satan’s plan is to sow enmity and hatred among you with intoxicants and gambling, and to hinder you from the remembrance of Allah and from prayer. Will you not then give up.” (Surat Al-Ma’idah 5:93). In this Qur’anic verse, Allah blocks all the avenues to the wrong. Therefore not only committing the sin but also facilitating or spreading it is an equally big sin.
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.
Almighty Allah says: “O ye who believe! Strong drink and games of chance and idols and divining arrows are only an infamy of Satan’s handiwork. Leave it aside in order that ye may succeed. Satan seeketh only to cast among you enmity and hatred by means of strong drink and games of chance, and to turn you from remembrance of Allah and from (His) worship. Will ye then have done?” (Surat Al-Ma’idah: 90-91).