Islam in Perspective



Learning to love prayers

Skipping prayers is unfortunately something common among many Muslims. Many, nonetheless, keep going back to prayers out of fear, and rightfully so, of Allah, majestic in His praise.



Omar — an inspiring leader

Omar also promised not to send the Muslim armies “into destruction”, meaning that he would not send the armies out unless the risks were evaluated and deemed acceptable.



‘A difficult, but most fruitful Journey’

Muhammad Ishaaq, formerly Girish KS Udupa, an upper caste Hindu, narrates his story about his conversion to Islam.



Not a trouble, but a gift

Have you ever thought you have come to the end of your tether? Or that you have suffered a lot? That everyone is against you?



Repair and regeneration in our bodies

Events in our bodies that we are unaware of take place within a meticulous order.



Abdullah ibn Salam — the rabbi who became Prophet’s companion

He was born in Madinah (then Yathrib) in a Jewish family. He was a rich person and a good scholar of Torah. People considered him a rabbi. His name was Al-Hosayn ibn Salam.



The gentle art of dawa

On a flight from Seattle, I sat next to a programmer from India! Arpita was from Kolkata, a very pleasant, intelligent woman. “Do you work for Microsoft?



Omar — a man of justice, generosity

Omar ibn Al Khattab was the second Caliph and the first Muslim leader to be called the Commander of the Faithful.



The beginning of Hijrah

Although Muslims do not actually celebrate the Muslim new year in the way other people celebrate their respective new year, the month of Muharram has special significance.



Recalling journey of a lifetime

COLUMBUS, OHIO: They had one thing in common, Saudi Arabia. Most had gone there for the first time.

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