Because of You, Allah: Journey to the Seventh Heaven

PrefaceAs-Samad (The Eternal Refuge)Al-Hafiz (The Ever-Preserving)Al-LateefAsh-Shafi (The Healer)Al Waki'l "The Trustee"Ash-Shakour (The Most Thankful)Al Jabbaar (The Compellor, The Rest ... more

The Qur'an and Modern Science - Compatible or Incompatible?

Al-Qur’an, the main source of the Islamic faith, is a book believed by its followers, the Muslims, to be completely of Divine origin. Muslims also believe that it contains guidance for all humankind. Since the message of the Qur’an is believed to be for all times, it should be relevant to every age. ... more

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

The ways of Allah with His creation

This booklet considered to be a reference for people to discover Jihad and situation in Syria to be aware of needs and calamity in this crucial situation. ... more

The Fourty Nawawi Ahaadeeth

The knowledge and study of Hadeeth is essential for a correct understanding of Islaam. The Qur'aan gives us principles, instructions and various laws of Islaam while the Prophetic narrations show us their interpretation and implementation as practiced by the Messenger of Allaah, (prayer and peace of Allah the Almighty be upon hom). There have been numerous religious scholars who compiled collections of Prophetic narrations on the basic rules of religion and on subsidiary matters. However, none of them are like the collection of 40 Ahaadeeth by Abu Zakariyya Muhyi Ad-Deen ibn Sharaf An-Nawawi, may Allaah have mercy onhim, who brought together Prophetic narrations which incorporate the greatest precepts of Islaam. ... 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
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The Ideal Muslimah

The true islamic personality of the muslim woman, as defined by the Quran and Sunnah. ... more

Who wrote the Quran?

This article reviews the following three arguements on Quran: - Those who say that Muhammad صلى الله عليه وسلم himself wrote the Quran; - Those who say that Quran was written by somenelse and taught to Muhammad صلى الله عليه وسلم; and - Those who believe that Quran is the pure word of God having no human author. ... more

Milestones

Few thinkers have had such an influence on the contemporary Islamic thought as ash-shaheed Sayyid Qutb. Since his execution in 1964 in Cairo, his death became the perfect illustration of one of the processes through which a human being becomes part of the revolutionary movement aimed at changing the world and bringing in a new ethical moral order based on freedom, brotherhood, and justice for all. Islam stands for change. It seeks to change the individual and the society. This change covers every aspect of human life: form personal morality to business economics and politics. It is only natural that Islam should be fought by those who want to keep the status quo. This is the way it has always been throughout history: Adam to Nuh, Ibrahrim, Musa, Isa, and Muahmmad (peace be upon them). It will happen to anyone who wants to stand up and proclaim the true message of Islam to the world. ... more
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