The story of Prophet
Part of lessons taught from the hijrah (migration) of the Prophet Muhammad to Madinah is the hijrah of hearts.
The Hijrah, the migration of the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) and his companions from Makkah to Madinah, is one of the greatest landmarks in the history of Islam. It is a unique event in the history of humankind. The Hijrah that marks the beginning of the construction of an ideal Islamic society
The Battle of Badr is a significant event in Islamic history, and it serves as a testament to the piety and bravery of the Sahabah
The Battle of Badr was the first great battle in the history of Islam, and those who participated in it were granted honor and grace by Almighty Allah. There are many Qur’anic verses revealed with regard to the Battle of Badr, but what attracts attention are the first verses of Surat Al-Anfal (The Spoils of
Muslims believe that God created them to worship Him and lead a life of righteousness and piety. They also believe that Islam is not only about religious affairs. Islam is a complete way of life. In their endeavors to lead their life, they, as humans, aspire to attain wealth, health, social position, etc. It is
How best can a Muslim celebrate the birth of Prophet Muhammad through using the lawful means and avoiding any form of innovation.
Understanding the system of Mu'akhah (brotherhood) among Muslims in Madinah and how the Prophet successfully established it.
A glimpse of the great farsighted strategic plan practiced by Muhammad in the process of building the Muslim state
To protect the new religion, the Prophet sent approx 80 people, including one of his own daughters, to Ethiopia.
Muslims will often say to those of the Christian faith, “We love Jesus too.” as a prophet.
There were too many Companions to give an accurate figure of them all but estimated around 114,000.
The article provides the ways to reflect on the story of Prophet Ibrahim and how he was willing to sacrifice his child Isma`il (Pbuh).
The moral and religious lessons from the eventful story of Ibrahim and Ismail and their struggles in protecting and guarding their faith
Muslims commemorate the Prophet Ibrahim's willingness to sacrifice his first-born son at the command of God, and how Allah spared his son and made him a Prophet
In all the stories of the Qur'an, there is a lesson for people to derive, not just a narration or a mere tale-telling
One of the topics that excite the reader and those who are familiar with the beautiful biography of the Messenger, may God’s blessings and peace be upon him, irrespective the opinions regarding the custom of celebrating the birth anniversary of the Noble Prophet in this month, is to learn about the noble characteristics of the
A lot of Muslims may be wondering about the Prophet’s life in Ramadan. How did he fast? How did he take his suhoor? How did he break his fast? How did he spend the day while fasting? The Prophet (may the peace and blessing of Allah be upon him) would intend fasting every day and