Islam in Perspective



Is luxury living unlawful for a Muslim?

Throughout their lives, people want to be like those they regard as being of higher quality, and they often accept them as role models.



Why believers should enjoin what is good

Since someone who lives by the moral values of the Qur’an knows the harm that will befall someone who does not, he will feel a responsibility to warn that person and call them to the true pat



Muezzin’s call is as deep as lull in the ocean

Kari Ann Owen (Penomee) is a US-based former Jew, who due to various experiences in her life, felt a lack of belonging to American and Western Society and looked elsewhere for guidance.



Tips to turn good deeds into habits

A good deed is defined as an act of kindness that would benefit another individual other than one’s self.



MERS virus and what it brings to one’s mind

We have frequently heard of viral epidemics in recent years.



Allah does work in unusual ways

Celine (now, Um-Khalthum) has nearly the same story as it has been with several women before her: Disenchanted with rituals and not so convincing ideologies in their faiths, they embarked on a spiritu



Cheating, deception are heinous crimes

CHEATING and deception are despicable characteristics that are beneath a decent person.



By foot or budget airline, Muslims flock to Makkah

PARIS: Once pilgrims came on camels or on foot in their thousands, now millions of Muslims make the journey to the Makkah each year, traveling by boat, coach and budget airline, and their number is



Van Doorn’s son embraces Islam

Almost a year after his father’s reversion to Islam, the son of a former anti-Islam Dutch politician, Arnoud Van Doorn, has reverted to Islam after studying the holy Qur’an.



Merits of the prescribed prayers at its appointed times

“Prayers have been prescribed for the believers at set times.” (Qur’an, 4:103) INDEED, the five Prayers remove sins, just as water removes dirt.”

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