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Waking for a Sunless Suhoor by Solar Alarm

How can a solar alarm clock wake me up for suhoor, I thought when I saw an online ad for one. It was shortly before the beginning of Ramadan and the importance of waking early for suhoor was running through my mind.

Uzbekistan Solar Oven Distance

World's 2nd Largest Solar Furnace in Muslim Lands

The solar power is an important source of renewable energy. Its technologies are either passive solar or active solar. In fact, these categories of solar technologies depend on how they capture and distribute solar energy or convert it into solar power. Solar furnaces are one of these solar technologies which use concentrated solar power to produce …

Extracting Water from Air

Muslim Scientist Extracts Water from Air

Water is a blessing from Allah. It is vital for our survival and is mentioned many times in the Qur’an. “It is Allah who sends the winds, and they stir the clouds and spread them in the sky however He wills, and He makes them fragments so you see the rain emerge from within them. …

Saving Energy by 1st Fully Automated Smart & Green Mosque in UAE

UAE’s Ras Al Khaimah Set to Open First Smart & Green Mosque

Ras Al Khaimah in the northeast of the UAE is set to open its first smart and green mosque. The renovated mosque depends on solar-powered lights and an entirely automated energy-saving system, KhaleejTimes reported Wednesday, March 15. The mosque, which will be opened to the public soon, is actually an old one in the Muairidh …

Solar Energy: Future of Muslims

Solar Energy: Future of Muslims

The Qur’an (12:13) tells us that, “He hath constrained the night and the day and the sun and the moon to be of service unto you…” Nowhere is this more evident than in the case of solar energy. In fact, a big number of the Muslim countries where sunny days are abundant, the sun is …

Smart Solar Umbrella for Hajj Pilgrims

“And proclaim that the people shall observe Hajj pilgrimage. They will come to you walking or riding on various exhausted (means of transportation). They will come from the farthest locations.” (Surat Al-Haj 22:27). Hajj is an annual Islamic pilgrimage and an obligatory religious rituals event for Muslims. It should be carried out by adult Muslims …

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