Islam in Perspective



Curiosity, travel brought me to Islam

A winner of the 2003 Wilbur Award for best book of the year on a religious theme, author and poet and appearing on Ted Koppel’s “Nightline” documenting the Haj, Michael Wolfe describes his motivations



Life of this world is a brief test

The home you acquired with such effort, your belongings, the food you eat, flowers with their dazzling colors, verdant green trees, your own body, in short everything you have is condemned to grow old



Uqba bin Nafe: The conqueror of Africa

No one in history ever conquered North Africa from east to west in a short period of one decade. But Uqba bin Nafe did it during the second half of the first century Hijrah.



Breaking off ties strongly discouraged in Islam

“Whoever believes in Allah and the Last Day, let him maintain the bonds of kinship” (Bukhari)



The Qur’anic teaching impressed me

A Hindu girl marries a temple priest, Chandra, now Rafiq, who later embarked on a journey to study other religions for enlightenment and to find the right path to One God, which ultimately led him and



Religious tolerance in Islam

WHILE on deathbed, Sayyidna Omar ibn Al-Khattab (mercy be upon him) dictated a long will consisting of instructions for the next caliph.



In Adhan I recognized one true God

A Hindu girl marries a temple priest, Chandra, now Rafiq, who later embarked on a journey to study other religions for enlightenment and to find the right path to one God, which ultimately led him and



How to increase love of Prophet in our hearts?

HOW can one develop in their heart love of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) more than anything else in the world?



When modern science agrees with the Qur’an

We refer to many branches of science and scientific facts today and use them to analyze various things and events — even religious matters.

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