• The philosophy of Zionism and Israel

    Published on : 13 10 2010

    Terror… War, slaughtering and displacement… For decades and still going, Al Quds has been showered in blood, tears and sufferings… “By way of deception, thou shalt do war” is the Motto of the Mossad, the Israeli government’s intelligence agency.


  • She’s my sister :: Inspiring Story

    Published on : 12 10 2010

    Her cheeks were worn and sunken, and her skin hugged her bones. That didn’t stop her because you could never catch her not reciting Qur’an. She was always vigil in her personal prayer room that our father had set up for her. Bowing, prostrating, raising her hands in prayer, was the way she was from […]


  • Remembering the second intifada

    Published on : 04 10 2010

    Ten years ago, Ariel Sharon marched on the symbolic heart of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, flanked by a 1,000-strong security force, and invoked one of the most famous phrases in Israeli history.


  • It’s Time for a Ceasefire & Negotiations

    Published on : 25 09 2010

    One of the smartest people in Washington, when it comes to Afghanistan, is Gilles Dorronsoro, a visiting scholar at the Carnegie Endowment, an establishment thinktank. For a while now, Dorronsoro has been writing about the increasingly hopeless war, and he’s proposed a plan for negotiating with the Taliban and other insurgents as a way out […]


  • Calling to the Path of Repentance

    Published on : 24 09 2010

    One of the best ways to win people’s hearts to righteousness is to highlight the path of repentance: the path of asking Allah’s forgiveness, making atonement, and compensating for sins by performing good deeds for the benefit of other people.


  • The virtue of fasting six days of Shawwaal

    Published on : 21 09 2010

    Question : What is the ruling on fasting six days of Shawwaal? Is it waajib (obligatory)?


  • How tos of Eid Day

    Published on : 09 09 2010

    The first day of the Islamic lunar month Shawwaal is the Eid ul-Fitr day marking a day of celebaration and thanks for Allah, our Creator and Cherishor. Ramadan ends here. Most Muslim celebarate Eid for at least 3 days.


  • Muslims between labels and identity

    Published on : 05 09 2010

    A myriad of affiliations abound in the life of a Muslim. Some people identify with their country, some with their favorite sports club. Others identify with their ethnicity or tribal loyalties, still others with their career or preferred musical genre.


  • The Battle of Badr/pictures

    Published on : 30 08 2010

    In the second year of the Hijrah, the Messenger of Allah صلى الله عليه وآله وسلمset out on the 8th of Ramadan with three hundred and five of his Sahabah mounted on seventy camels. ‘Amr ibn Umm Maktum was assigned to lead the prayer while Abu Lubabah was left in charge of Madinah.


  • US wars: People vs Generals

    Published on : 26 08 2010

    While the Obama administration continues to affirm its intention to withdraw US troops from Iraq and Afghanistan, the US’ military presence in the Muslim world is actually expanding and this is exacerbating tensions and inflaming animosities.