How many 'Sons' does God have?


        Many people tell us "but the Bible clearly says that Jesus is the Son of God. How can you say that Jesus is not God's only begotten son when Jesus says it so clearly in black and white in the Bible?" Well, first of all, as seen in the previous section, we first need to know the ... Continue Reading

Economy and technical progress

Doctrinal reflections on technical progress are undoubtedly due to much earlier Aristotle, who was very attentive to the machine's characteristics. As for the progress itself, it fills the entire history of humanity, and there is even a temptation to say that it goes back to before that date itself. ... more

Insulting scholars and pursuing their defects are blameworthy

Abdullah ibn Al Mubarak, the master of the science of Hadith who died in 181 AH, was asked: Who are the best among people?

He said: Scholars.

It was asked: Who are the best among kings?

He said: The ascetics.

Somebody asked: Who are the low people[1]?

He said: Those who replace religion with the ...

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Whoever gives up something for the sake of Allah

{And whosoever puts his trust in Allâh, then He will suffice him} [Surat At-Talâq: 3] ... more

The Elderly and Fasting

The elderly represents an age group including a number of different generations. Old age is not a disease but is a normal stage of life more vulnerable to diseases. ... more

Virtues of the day of Arafaah

The Day of Arafaah; The day on which the religion was perfected and Allah’s Favour was completed. Enjoy reading this article to be aware about the attributes and virtues of the day of Arafaah. ... more

Honoured Guests

A beautiful and magnificent story that inspires any Muslim to become closer to Allah the Almighty, a great reminder to be among those who remember Allah the Almighty. ... more

Ten Ahadeeth will lead you with the Grace of Allah the Almighty to al-Firdaws al-A‘la

A great collection of Ahadeeth that makes every Muslim gain more rewards and sustains all Muslims to be closer to Allah the Almighty. ... more

Dawah in History

From an Islamic perspective, there is absolutely no compulsion on people to embrace it. People have always entered Islam willingly. The historical presence of non-Muslim minorities living among Muslims is evidence of tolerance in Islam. ... more

The Benefits of Trials and Tribulations

Ibn Rajab concludes that if the person truly realizes and understands the above, "he will know that the bounty that comes from Allah to a believer due to his trials is greater than the bounty that comes from Allah during his times of ease." ... more

‘Umar ibn Al-Khattab, Al-Fârûq

In this tour we will be in the company of the second man in Islam, after the Messenger of Allah, prayers and peace of Allah be upon him, and after Abu Bakr As-Siddîq. This is the man whose name is paired with justice and truth, strength and courage, and asceticism and godliness. His name is linked to piety, observing and fearing Allah, and crying out of fearing Him. This man is known for his intuition and intelligence, his accuracy of vision and insight, of being conscientious, and of conquering the desires of the self. ... more

The Prophet and how he treated children

The Messenger of Allah -prayers and peace of Allah be upon him- concluded that the best way to approach children is through specific planned disciplinary manners. Based on different aspects; knowledge, experience, practice, patience and understanding. ... more
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