The Greatest Objective of Hajj

It is an amazing scene that deserves reflection and contemplation. It is the very process of remolding the Muslim during Hajj... ... more

Messages for the Pilgrim

These are messages of love and exaltation for each pilgrim who has the desire to visit these blessed places and sacred precincts to assert his allegiance to Allaah The Almighty and testify that he is a Muslim who is asking for the forgiveness and pardon of Allaah. ... more

Hajj Lessons for the Mind Spirit and Community

Of all the rites of Islam, Hajj is most particularly significant to the concept of unity in that it brings nations and tribes together from distant lands before their Creator. ... more

Building the House of Allah on the Foundation of Monotheism

Hajj is a salient manifestation and symbol of Monotheism. It is a celebration of the Oneness of Allah Almighty, in terms of its time, place and rites. ... more

A Syntactico-Pragmatic Analysis of Emphatic Structures in Five Translations of the Holy Quran

The current study analyses five translations of the Holy Quran with respect to translating the emphatic structures from Arabic into English syntactically and pragmatically through conducting a critical comparative analysis. ... more

Just the Tip of the Iceberg!

It inspires us to have good intentions, positive attitudes, and kind feelings towards others... ... more

You Ask and the Quran Answers

A small book that answers 32 questions through Ayahs from the Holy Quran... ... more

Islam is not a Religion of Extremism

A short pamphlet that refutes the false claims that accuse Islam of being a religion of extremism. ... more

Jesus: A Prophet of God

A short pamphlet about Jesus, Peace be upon him ... more

Science in Islam

A short pamphlet about science in Islam ... more

Why Islam?

A short pamphlet that discusses some of the beauties, benefits and unique aspects of the religion of Islam as compared to other religions and beliefs. ... more
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