Rights and duties are the main concern of humans everywhere at all times.  One is always eager to gain more rights and to have less duties and responsibilities. Islam from day one acknowledged this fact and elaborated on every detail of each right and obligation of each member of the Muslim society Muslim […]


Believing in Divine Books of revelation is the third article of the six principles of faith in Islam, which are: Belief in Allah (Creator of heavens and earth), His angels, His Divine Books, His Prophets, The Day of Judgment and Destiny good or bad.  Faith is entirely belief in the unseen. THE MESSENGER (MUHAMMAD) BELIEVES […]


What is Youth? Youth is the prime time of one’s life. Youth is the time when a human is no more a child but an adult (time of puberty and maximum strength).   It is full of passion, power, drive, desire and energy. Islam takes extra special care of youths as they are the power of […]


Allah When one says Allah, he is actually addressing God by his glorious name. In fact, all Arabian Jews, Christians as well as Muslims use ‘Allah” in referral to The All Mighty the One and only God.   Let there be no doubt that the three Abrahamic religions; Judaism, Christianity and Islam which are “monotheistic” […]


WHAT JIHAD IS? The Arabic word “Jihad” comes from the word “Jahada” which means making an effort, struggling or striving. In Islamic Terminology it is explained as every activity and/or movement on the way of Allah (SWT). So, in reality it covers a spectrum of deeds and actions all dedicated for the sole purpose of […]


According to a comprehensive American study conducted in 2009, the annual growth rate of 2.2 % in number of new Muslims (by birth or conversion) and Guinness World Records in2003 stated that Islam has the highest growth rate among religions of the world. Muslims are 23% of the world population today, so WHY NOT KNOW […]


The Arabic word “Shari’ah” literally means “a path, a way or a fresh water hole that all livings can drink from”. In Islamic-terminology, it refers to the legal system of Islam that regulates the relationship between man and his God (Allah in Arabic language), himself, his fellow man, all creations and the world around him. […]


First: What is Taqiyyah? Linguistically: it is to protect. Technically: it is presenting outwardly something that is different from what one believes inwardly. Second: What does it mean in Islam? To the mainstream Islamists; Ahl as-Sunnah wa’l-Jamaa‘ah (Sunnis): Taqiyyah – as an idea or concession is to be used only in extreme circumstances and on […]

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