What are the four matters that every believing Muslims most have the knowledge of them?
When the pilgrim utters the “Talbiyah”, everything around him recites it in the complete submission to the one God. “Tawheed” (the Oneness of God) was the message with which all the messengers and prophets were sent to establish on earth. Every prophet was ordered to convey the message of “Tawheed” to his people. In all
The call approach of the Prophet Muhammad in his struggle to gain people's heart towards Islam during the early stage of Islamic call.
To remember Allah, Most Gracious, means to remember Him through His cosmic and Quranic signs.
Some useful tips for constant God's remembrance and the reflection on its impact on Muslim daily practical life.
One of the habits rooted from the period of the pre-Islamic period, the wrong belief attributed with month of Safar.
The presentation of the Messiah is not through an obsolete text, or an outdated document preserved in a museum.
Like Prophet Muhammad, Jesus provided a guide on how to become decent God fearing people.
God tested Adam so that he learn and gain experience. He prepared him for the role of a caretaker.
Many people may be surprised that Muslims love Mary, the mother of Jesus.
In Arabic the word prophet (nabi) is derived from the word naba’ which means news.
If anybody however takes a penetrating look into the revealed text of the Quran, the verses related to the creation, the very pluralistic approach of Allah will be crystal clear. Allah is All Powerful and He created everything to worship Him alone (Chapter 57: verse 1-2, Chapter 51: verse 56). He even then tolerated the
Of the 99 beautiful names of Allah, it is Ar-Rahman and Ar-Rahim that we use most frequently in our prayers and du`aa’. Ar-Rahman and Ar-Rahim are both derived from the same Arabic root word, rahma, meaning “mercy, compassion.” Pickthall translates Ar-Rahman, Ar-Rahim as “the Beneficent, the Merciful,” and Yusuf Ali says “the Most Gracious, the
Islam is a religion of relatively few symbols because it is an open, rational and practical faith. Where symbols do occur, their nature conforms with and confirms the nature of the faith. The central and foremost symbol of Islam is the Kabah and the rituals associated with it. In the Qur’an, God calls the Kabah
Showing off is dispraised both in the Qur’an and in the Sunnah. In the Qur’an, Allah the Almighty says, [So woe to the worshippers who are neglectful of their Prayers; those who (want but) to be seen (of men).] (Al-Ma`un 107: 4-6) And in the Sunnah, it was reported that the Prophet (peace and blessings