• It’s NOT a Case of Consensus

    Published on : 13 02 2013

    When we talk about consensus (em>ijmā`) in Islam, we mean that which has been established with certainty within the Muslim community without any dissention,


  • Time: A Blessing and a Trust

    Published on : 11 02 2013

    {It is He who made the sun a shining radiance and the moon a light, determining phases for it so that you might know the number of years and how to calculate time. Allah did not create all these without a true purpose; He explains His signs to those who understand.


  • Islam Attracts Bulgaria’s Roma

    Published on : 10 02 2013

    PAZARDZHIK, Bulgaria – Finding their inner peace in the Islamic religion, a growing number of members of Bulgaria’s Roma minority are reverting to Islam.


  • Disagreement on the Path of Islamic Work

    Published on : 04 02 2013

    When we speak about disagreement in Islamic Law, we often talk about multiple interpretations of the sacred texts, methodological differences,


  • The Process of Conversion to Islam

    Published on : 30 01 2013

    The process of conversion or reversion isn’t a simple journey, and sometimes a person feels rather alone, understandably so.


  • An American Sister’s Struggle to Find & Keep Islam

    Published on : 22 01 2013

    I am born and raised in Jersey City.My parents are from Columbia and from Italy.


  • Knowledge and Ethical Conduct

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    One of the guiding principles that the earliest Muslim scholars lived by and which they instilled in their students is that the way to develop one’s opinion and explore the opinions of others is through diligent study and meticulous research.


  • Between Scripture & Intent

    Published on : 01 01 2013

    The Banū Qurayzah expedition is the classic example of disagreement between the Companions on a matter of Islamic practice. Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) sent a number of Companions to the Banū Qurayzah settlement on the outskirts of Madinah, and ordered: “No one should pray the afternoon prayer until after they reach Banū Qurayzah.” […]


  • Visit the Sick & Foster Love between People

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    There is a good deed, a Sunnah, – nay – an Islamic duty, that we forget about altogether, except when our close family members are involved. This is the duty of visiting the sick. We should make it our habit to visit those we know are ill and spend just a little time in their […]


  • Cat Stevens: How I came to Islam

    Published on : 24 12 2012

    All I have to say is all what you know already, to confirm what you already know, the message of the Prophet (Sallallahu alaihi wa sallam) as given by God – the Religion of Truth. As human beings we are given a consciousness and a duty that has placed us at the top of creation.