Islam in Perspective

Abu Lahab, enemy of Islam, meets his fate

Abu Lahab is the only person from the enemies of Islam who has been cursed by name in the Holy Qur’an.

An unpredictable state of mind

What is the underlying cause of the way that some people suddenly become infuriated or emotional and start weeping or behave in some unexpected way in the face of day-to-day events?

Living by the Holy Qur’an is spreading its message

An essential and important part of living by the Qur’an is to convey its message to people around you.

Idol worship did not make sense to me

Mohammed Umar Rao is an Indian citizen who would severely hate Muslims. He took to reading the Qur'an with the aim to refute it and mock at Muslims.

No dead-end streets for real believers

One of the mistakes people generally fall in is their descending into desperation whenever they face even the slightest difficulty.

With 100,000-an-hour capacity, mataf to be fully operational in Ramadan

The expansion of the mataf, or circumambulation area around the Kaaba, will be ready this Ramadan, with a capacity for 100,000 worshippers an hour.

I found Qur’an mother of all philosophies

Myriam Francois-Cerrah became popular when she was a child for acting in the 90s hit film 'Sense and Sensibility.' Now she is gaining more popularity for being one of a growing number of educated midd

Final journey to Hereafter: Steps in the right direction

Performing the prayer properly and duly is one of the things emphatically or unequivocally known to be part of the faith of Islam.

Increasing the power of soul

All of a person’s moral values, character, the characteristics unique to him, his moods, pleasures and abilities are all shaped in the soul.

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