In this article, we will highlight the story of Prophet Muhammad’s wife Hind bint Abi Umaya Al-Makhzumiya, known as Umm Salama and her story. Let’s have a look at one of the real love stories that islamic history provides us with.
Eid is a beautiful and lovely day to pray, care, love, smile and celebrate with one another and to thank Allah for giving us this wonderful day.
In Islam, Friday (Jumu’ah) is the most important day of the week due to the status given to it by God and His last Messenger Muhammad (PBUH).
Fasting Ramadan means to stop eating during Ramadan day, as well as stop drinking and sex, from dawn to sunset. Here are the top ten questions that may raise in your mind on eating during Ramadan.
Law of Attraction can be defined as “Like always attracts like”. Is that concept true?
“Mercy” in Arabic entails love and care. Allah the Almighty takes care of us when we can’t care of ourselves.
Social justice is rooted in Islam. Principles of social justice are access, equity, participation and rights. All are highly illustrated in Islam.
Islam suits all ages and human nature and innate as well. It is God's legislation that respects humans and all creatures spiritually, emotionally and physically as well as at all levels.
Why do we have to follow a specific way of worshipping God? Why bid'a (innovation) is not allowed in Islam?
There are many reasons attracting people to revert to Islam, and worship Allah increasingly. Fortunately, here are 10 of the most attractive ones!
Karma is a concept of “causality.” In simpler words, Karma means that everything comes back at you in some way or another. But is this true?