• 18 Sources of Barakah

    Published on : 05 03 2011

    If we were to look for an Islamic definition of Productivity, it’ll probably be summarised in the word “barakah” or Blessing. Being able to achieve more with little resources, doing much in little time, and generate a lot with little effort surely is a blessing from Allah (SWT). Yet Barakah has somehow become a lost […]


  • What Islaam Says About Dating

    Published on : 16 02 2011

    The most common questions I get from young people are, “Do Muslims date?” and, “If they don’t date, how do they decide whose the right person for them to marry?”


  • Month of Rabi-ul-Awwal

    Published on : 01 02 2011

    Rabi-ul-Awwal is the most significant month in the Islamic history, because humanity has been blessed in this month by the birth of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (Pbuh). Before the birth of the Holy Prophet, not only the Arabian peninsula, but also the so-called civilised nations of Rome and Persia were drowned in the darkness of […]


  • Salaah :: An Idea Can Change your Life !

    Published on : 14 01 2011

    Here are practical ways we can improve and enjoy our Salaah as it was meant to be! Today we have indeed come to treat the Prayer (Salaah) as something insignificant in our lives. Very often we hear our elders say, “I will start praying when the time comes.”


  • Where can French Muslims pray?

    Published on : 20 12 2010

    France’s Muslims ‘love to have a clean hall to pray in’ as lack of space in Mosques leaves worshipers praying in streets.  The daughter of French far-right leader Jean-Marie Le Pen was under fire Sunday for comparing Muslims praying in the streets outside overcrowded mosques in France to the Nazi occupation.


  • The virtue of fasting ‘Ashoora’

    Published on : 10 12 2010

    I heard that fasting the day of ‘Ashoora’ expiates for the past year, is this true? Does it expiate for everything, even major sins? What is the reason for venerating this day?.


  • The First Jewish Rabbi Convert to Islam

    Published on : 29 11 2010

    Al-Husayn ibn Salam was a Jewish rabbi in Yathrib [Madinah] who was widely respected and honored by the people of the city, even by those who were not Jewish.He was known for his piety and goodness, his upright conduct, and his truthfulness.


  • The Judicial System in Islam

    Published on : 25 11 2010

    Introduction: Man is a social being by nature.  He cannot live perpetually on his own, completely independent of others.  People are interdependent.  Consequently, friction arise between them when their personal interests come into conflict with each other, or when what they perceive as their individual rights infringe upon those of others.  Conflicts between them inevitably […]


  • The Economic System of Islam

    Published on : 23 11 2010

    Introduction: As a complete way of life, Islam has provided guidelines and rules for every sphere of life and society.  Naturally, a functioning economic system is vital for a healthy society, as the consumption of goods and services, and the facilitation of this by a common medium of exchange, play a major role in allowing […]


  • Status of Slave Women in Islam

    Published on : 22 11 2010

    Question: Is it true that Islam permits Muslim men to own slave women, and permits them to have sex with them without marrying them? And that this was carried out by the Prophet’s Companions with his approval? Surely, this is in contradiction of the Qur’an’s condemnation of zina. Could you please clarify this issue?