• Al-Quds and the Muslim world II

    Published on : 14 01 2018

    In Part I last week I mentioned the undiplomatic and mischievous action by President Trump in relocating the US Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, an action against UN resolutions and international agreements.


  • Al-Quds and the Muslim world: Part – I

    Published on : 28 12 2017

    We have come to expect anything from President Trump, as we did from President Bush. The latter showed his character by attacking Iraq (together with PM Blair) on flimsy grounds, and President Trump has shown his hand by moving the US Embassy to Jerusalem, known as Al-Quds, Baitul Maqdis and Baitul Muqaddas to Muslims.


  • Why Do Muslims Love Jerusalem?

    Published on : 19 12 2017

    If you have a Muslim co-worker, friend, or neighbor, you might have caught them one time or another slipping away to complete one of their five daily prayers.


  • Blessings of Hifz: A Mother’s Story

    Published on : 25 11 2017

    When my older brother finished memorizing the Qur’an and started leading taraweeh back in the late 90s, it wasn’t all that common for children born in the US to have completed hifz, especially without going overseas.


  • We Need Ulama

    Published on : 01 11 2017

    There, in Baluchistan, was a clear need to scholars who can instruct people towards the teachings of Islam and guide them in their daily life. For this purpose, Allah chose Shaikh-ul-Hadith Mawlana Mohammad Yousuf Husseinpour. When Allah intends goodness for a nation, He provides them good guides.


  • Taj Mahal: ‘Symbol of India’ or mere Muslim tomb?

    Published on : 18 10 2017

    Taj Mahal is one of the Seven Wonders of the World, attracting more than six million tourists a year. It attracts more tourists than any place in India, but the monument it seems is out of favour from the government of Uttar Pradesh (UP), where it is located.


  • Ethnic Cleansing of the Rohingya

    Published on : 13 09 2017

    Myanmar is in the middle of the latest episode of violence targeting the Rohingya, the country’s largest Muslim minority.


  • Ongoing Situation & Challenges

    Published on : 24 08 2017

    Banks are considered among the vital arteries of the present societies and one of the main pillars of the contemporary economy.


  • Curriculum of Islamic Seminaries Needs Revision

    Published on : 02 08 2017

    The rector of Darululoom Zahedan pointed out to important points about the curriculum of Islamic seminaries in the Indian sub-continent and their followers in Iran and other countries.


  • Shaikh Ab. Hamid’s Advice to Ulama

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    The rector and principal of Darululoom Zahedan, the biggest Islamic seminary in Iran, talked to dozens of rectors and teachers of Islamic seminary, imams of mosques and Khateebs at the Grand Makki mosque on 26th July, 2017.