• Beating the Child

    Published on : 09 04 2014

    “My children do not listen to anything I say. What should I do? Although I know that it is a wrong method, I usually scold and beat my children. I usually feel angry with them and then with myself. I can not bear this type of life; there must be another solution.”


  • AISHA bint Abi Bakr

    Published on : 08 04 2014

    Gradually the Muslims who remained in Mecca left the city and traveled to Medina to join their beloved Prophet, and amongst them was a little girl called ‘A’isha, the daughter of Abu Bakr.


  • Abu Bakr As-Siddeeq: The First Caliph (632-34 C.E.)

    Published on : 06 04 2014

    Abu Bakr  was a well-respected and rich merchant of Makkah, belonging to the Quraysh tribe. When Muhammad,  was bestowed prophethood, Abu Bakr  was away in Yemen on business. When he came back, people gave him the astounding news that Muhammad,  , claimed to receive revelation from Allaah.


  • The necessary components of the Friday sermon

    Published on : 30 03 2014

    The sermon is a condition for the validity of Jumu`ah prayer according to the strongest opinion of the people of knowledge as stated by the Hanafî school of law (al-Mabsût 2/23), the Shâfi`î school of law (al-Majmû` 4/513), the Hanbalî school of law, (al-Mughnî 3/170) and the majority of Mâlikî scholars. It is the authentic […]


  • Human Development as Revealed in Qur’an & Hadith

    Published on : 13 03 2014

    Dr. Albar is a Consultant to the King Fahad Medical Research Center, King Abdul Aziz University, Jeddah. In this excellent, fully illustrated study, written in plain English with only the minimum of technical words, he presents a summary of present knowledge about human embryonic development in the light of the Qur’an and Hadith.


  • Jesus in Islam

    Published on : 25 02 2014

    The Islamic view of Jesus (or, “Isa in Arabic, ;- peace be upon him) lies between two extremes. The Jews, who rejected Isa (Jesus) as a Prophet, called him an imposter. The Christians, on the other hand,


  • MAYMUNA bint al-Harith

    Published on : 24 02 2014

    Maymuna bint al-Harith, (may Allah be pleased with her), married the Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) in 7 AH, when the Prophet was sixty years old and she was thirty six years old.


  • When Reverts Marry – Battling the Culture Clash

    Published on : 19 02 2014

    “I thought I could handle it, but I can’t!He is just impossible to deal with!I can’t handle the “backwardness” of his family and culture anymore!”


  • Why Islam Fights Immorality

    Published on : 18 02 2014

    It should not come as a surprise to us that Islam takes a very serious view of immorality and works hard for its total eradication. The most important feature of Jahili (ignorant, non-Islamic) societies throughout all ages, as we see today across the globe, is permissiveness and the shedding of all moral and legal inhibitions.


  • Biography of Shaykh ‘Abdul-‘Azeez Ibn ‘Abdillaah Ibn Baaz

    Published on : 11 02 2014

    Praise be to Allaah, the Ever-Living, Who does not die, although mankind and jinn die, and peace and blessings be upon the Messenger of Allaah, concerning whom Allaah said (interpretation of the meaning):