Islam in Perspective



The purpose of fasting in Islam

The purpose of fasting is to develop the quality of righteousness (taqwa) by abstaining from sinful deeds and training ourselves to control our desires.



I left everything for my new faith

Kavita, nicknamed Poonam, belonged to a family associated with India’s extremist Hindu organization, Shiv Sena.



Purifying the lower self in the month of Ramadan

There is a subject matter that every believer who lives by the morals of the Qur’an should ponder on meticulously: Purifying the lower self in the month of Ramadan.



Few common mistakes during Ramadan

1. Focusing on food, to the extent that people begin to worry about eating more than actually fasting.



I became Muslim when I saw Islam in action

S. S. Lai of Chinese background hailed from a family of idol worshippers. But her perception about Islam started changing as soon as she got into touch with her new Muslim friends.



Islam absolute truth in its purest form

Disenchanted by his belief in Christianity and the atmosphere he grew up and spent most of his life, Yusuf Ali Bernier converted to Islam after having found in it solace and endless answers to his que



How to welcome the holy month

God says in the Qur’an: “O ye who believe! Fasting is prescribed to you as it was prescribed to those before you, that ye may (learn) self-restraint.



Greeting the month of Ramadan, in which Qur’an was sent down

THE Holy Qur’an — which falsehood cannot approach from either in front or behind, which leads people from the darkness to the light, to the path of our Almighty and Omniscient, and much-praised Lord,




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