Q: We are in
urgent need of information about the differences between the Sunnis
and Shi'is. We hope that you can explain something about their
A: Praise be to Allaah.
The Shi'ah have many sects. Some of them are kaafirs who worship 'Ali and call upon him, and they worship Faatimah, ...
The suppressor of lusts and the
healer of the living is fear and hope.
In the Name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful
Praise be to Allah, the unique in His pride, the Lord of lands and heavens and whatever lies between them, and peace be upon His Messenger, his household ...
Know Your Lord
By Sheikh Mohammed al-Ghazali
Man may think that the relationship between him and his Lord is similar to that between children and their parents; that they need them when young and dispense with them when grown up. Their independence may even pull them into ingratitude and ...Continue Reading
Growing up in New Zealand, I was raised as a Christian however my parents were not overly religious. As a young girl I went to Sunday school every week and attended church with my grandmother and went to Christian classes as part of the school curriculum. As I got older I stopped going to ...Continue Reading
Description: A glimpse of how Shiites and
Shiism differ from Islam, with a few demonstrative examples in
matters of creed. Part Two: The Testimony or Declaration of Faith,
the previous Scriptures, the Quran, and the Prophets. A religion
based upon the succession of Imams.
By Reem Khan
(Australia - 18 yr old muslimah)
In the name of Allah
In the name of Allah, the most Merciful, the most Kind,
Praise be to Allah, who gave the Quran to mankind.
Its verses so pure, its context so divine,
As it purifies our souls, our hearts and our mind.
Glorified is He, ...
1- Our challenge is to make Ramadan of this year the most special in our life in terms of our relationship with Allah, gaining knowledge, praying, reading Qur’an with contemplation, and understanding Islam and implementing it more, so that Insha’Allah after Ramadan we will become ...Continue Reading
Q: My question is, does the term
Taaghoot include objects that do not call the people to worship
them, like the sun, trees, idols, stones? Also, are righteous
Muslims, like Imaam Shafi', are they called Taaghoot if the people
worship them or their graves?
A: Praise be to Allaah.