Battle of Badr, the Defensive War That Decisively Changed the World

Battle of Badr, the Defensive War That Decisively Changed the World

Adil Rashid Bhatt One of the grandest and profoundly immortal achievements of humanity has been the dramatic rise of magnificent Islamic civilization, on the blemished horizon of the forlorn world; it was purely founded on unshakable and integral faith and godly justice, inter alia natural longing to worship one true God. Islam rose as an […]

We Owe A Special Duty of Care to the Orphans and the Destitute. Let us. This Ramadan, Come Together and Be With Them!

BILAL AHMAD PARAY Since the turmoil of 1989 till date, this long period of 27 years has produced an army of orphans, widows, destitute and needy for whom many organizations were working tirelessly for their rehabilitation. They provide educational and financial assistance with other eatable kits to them. But keeping in view of the rising […]

Daughters Are a Blessing in Islam!

Binte Mushtaq Daughters are without doubt a great blessing from Almighty Allah. They are a means of salvation and a path to Jannah (Heaven) for their parents. The crux of one narration states, “One who loves his daughters and withstands the hardship of grooming and getting them married, Almighty Allah makes Jannah compulsory (Waajib) on […]

A Brief Exegesis on the Nature of Our Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW)

Danish Hameed Prophet Muhammad (SAW) is the last Prophet and Messenger of Almighty Allah, who was born in 570 A.D in the city of Makkah. The Noble Quran was also revealed to Prophet Muhammad (SAW). He (SAW) received a revelation from Allah (SWT) when the angel named Jibrael (AS) was sent down by Allah to […]

(Mis)Representation of the Prophet (PBUH) in English Literature: From the Past to the Present

(Mis)Representation of the Prophet (PBUH) in English Literature: From the Past to the Present

Dr Tauseef Ahmad Parray In English literature (both literary and academic works), a significant and fast emerging sub-genre is ‘Literary Orientalism’. It is defined either as ‘the depiction of the Orient/ Orientalism in western literary texts’, or simply as ‘the study of the (mis) representation of Islam and Muslims in the English (literary) works’. In […]

A Brief Biography of Perfection: On Rabi al Awwal and Our Great, Noble and Beloved Prophet(SAW)

A Brief Biography of Perfection: On Rabi al Awwal and Our Great, Noble and Beloved Prophet(SAW)

By Adil Rashid Bhatt The Islamic Holy month of Rabi Al Awwal has set in with usual grace and enchantment; all Muslims can be seen engrossed in ecstatic spirituality; showering due praises on Prophet Muhammed(SAW) and showing their affection for him by organizing “Naat” competitions and “Seerat un Nabi” conferences village after village, town after […]

Revisiting History: On Tauhid, the Ethical Component of the Islamic World View and the Mirror of the Prophet(SAW)

Revisiting History: On Tauhid, the Ethical Component of the Islamic World View and the Mirror of the Prophet(SAW)

By Mudasir Al-Majdey The basic and foundational postulate of the entire Islamic worldview (al-Din) is al-Tauhid which means acceptance of God as the only reality, existence, master and ruler without any partner in thought or practice, in His Essence, Attributes, Powers and Rights. The basic doctrine of Tauhid is the touch stone of one’s faith […]

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