Is the Qur’an grammatically correct? – Dr Zakir Naik
“Islamic makeshift places of worship in Italy. There are only two official mosques in the whole of Italy despite a significant and growing Muslim population of over a million people. Through depicting the proliferation of industrial, makeshift places of worship, such as old warehouses, basements,
The Holy Prophet (saw) was the most patient among men, the bravest, the best judge, and one who pardoned most. His hand did not touch any strange woman. He was the greatest charitable man. He did not pass a single night hoarding any dirham or
What is the Sunnah? A Revelation like the Quran The Sunnah, according to the scholars of hadeeth, is everything that has been related from the Messenger, may the mercy and blessings of God be upon him, of his statements, actions, tacit approvals, personality, physical description,
Who is Allah?
Allah means God. It is a personal name, which Allah calls Himself in the Quran. That is where we get it. It can also be found in an Aramaic copy of the Bible, and even Christian Arabs say Allah.
1. Invite the poor According to one Hadith, the worst meal is the feast of a Walima in which rich people are invited and poor people are left out. Don’t let your Walima be a class-based affair. Make sure that all guests are welcome, regardless
As prayer (Salah) is the second Pillar in Islam, we wanted to know whether you pray the five compulsory times a day, how often do you pray if not five times, have you never prayed yet and would like to try the muslim form of
O humanity ! Worship your Lord, Who created you and those before you, so that, hopefully, you will guard against evil. (Surat al-Baqara, 21) The word mercy comes from the Arabic rahama, meaning pity, protect, compassion and forgiveness. The name All-Merciful and Most Merciful
ALLAH mentioned the descriptions of the Believers in Quran. One of these descriptions is that they keep blood ties and fear their Lord. The word “SILAH” is used for it.It means “to join”. Here it means to keep relations with relatives and treat them kindly
We used to sit in front of Abdullah ibn Masoud’s (r.a) house before the Fajr prayer waiting to go with him to the Masjid. Abou Mousa al-Ash`aarie (r.a) came and asked us: ‘Did Abu Abdurrahman (i.e. Ibn Masoud) leave yet?’ We answered: ‘No.’ So Abou