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The Twin messages of Quran
The Qur’an is the transcendent word of The Transcendent God-Creator and Sustainer of all things...
Marriage, Unsuitable Age Gap and Its Outcome
Time and again we are faced with the dilemma of the desirable age gap between a husband and a wife
Marriage, Family and Life
Men and women need each other spiritually and intrinsically and such a need is something that does not change because of social changes ...
Thoughtful Lines about Islam and Life
We don’t change Allah’s message — His message changes us. Man’s way leads to a hopeless end — Allah’s way leads to an endless hope ...
The Story of Prophet Luqman (AS) and the WaterMelon
Prophet Luqman (AS) had such great love for the Almighty Allah (SWT), that it created high moral haracter and exemplary...
Qur'anic Outlook Regarding the "Heart"
Perhaps I need not explain here that in the language of literature and mysticism the term heart does ...
He was born in a village called (Sarouq) in 1882 for a peasant family. His father's name is (Abdul Wahhab), and his mother's name is ...
The Islamic Concept of Life
The chief characteristic of Islam is that it makes no distinction between the spiritual and the secular in life. Its aim is ....
An explanation of the prefect names and attributes of Allah
"He is Allah, the Creator, the Originator, The Fashioner, to Him belong the most beautiful names....
Name The Surah takes its name from the word Lahab in the first verse. Period of Revelation Although the commentators have not disputed its being a Makki Surah, yet it is difficult to determine in which phase of ...
Name The Surah has been so designated after the word al-kauthar occurring in the first verse. Period of Revelation Ibn Marduyah has cited Abdullah bin Abbas, Abdullah bin az-Zubair and Aishah as saying that this Su...
Name The Surah takes its name from the word al-kafirun occurring in the first verse. Period of Revelation Abdullah bin Masud, Hasan Basri and Ikrimah, say that this Surah, is Makki, while Abdullah bin Zubair sa...
Material Comfort or Spiritual Happiness
Separation from the World A person with a religious goal cannot brook (tolerate or bear) the standards of worldly life. A worldly lifestyle that consists of seeking pleasure, wealth, fame, and material comfort...
hlas Name Al-Ikhlas is not merely the name of this Surah but also the title of its contents, for it deals exclusively with Tauhid. The other Surahs of the Quran generally have been designated after a word occurring...
Duties of brotherhood in Islam
The good relationship between people is a result of good manners that cause people to like and love eac...
ALAQ Name Although these two Surahs of the Qur'an are separate entities and are written in the Mushaf also under separate names, yet they are so deeply related mutually and their contents so closely resemble each other'...
NAS Name Although these two Surahs of the Qur'an are separate entities and are written in the Mushaf also under separate names, yet they are so deeply related mutually and their contents so closely resemble each oth...
Wonders of Allah in Social System of Ants
nts A nts live in colonies and a perfect division of labor exists amongst them. When we take a closer look at their systems, we shall also see that they have a pretty interesting social structure. It will also come ...
Old manuscripts of the Quran
Most of the early original Qur"an manuscripts, complete or in sizeable fragments, that are still available to us now, are not earlier than the second century after the Hijra. The earliest copy, which was exhibited...
The Quranic Emphasis
sis T he Qur'an is a guide for every person, his teacher and mentor. Understanding it is therefore vital; otherwise it will remain no more than a sacrament. The crucial centrality of endeavors, personal endeavors, t...
Al-FIL (The Elephant)
This is unanimously a Makki Surah; and if it is studied against its historical background it appears that it must have been sent down in the very earliest stage at Mecca.
Jane Dammen McAuliffe
Jane Dammen McAuliffe was appointed Dean of the College at Georgetown University in 1999. She is also a tenured Professor in the Department of History and the Department of Arabic and Islamic Studies.
IPTS Writing Material Early manuscripts of the Qur'an were typically written on animal skin. We know that in the lifetime of the Prophet, parts of the revelation were written on all kinds of materials, such as...
Searching for scientific facts in the Qur'an:
Some of the key events in recent Muslim history have been linked to imperialism.
Why Does the Qur'an Open With Iqra' (Recite, Read)?
T he Divine command to proclaim Islam opens with the sublime imperative: iqra'. Usually translated as "recite," it also means to "rehearse aloud" or to "read." It is addressed to humanity, as ...
The Quran on the cerebrum
rum Allah said in the Quran about one of the evil unbelievers who forbade the prophet muhammad (pbuh) from praying at the ka'abah: Let him beware! If he does not stop, we will take him by the forelock (front of the ...
What shape is the earth?
th? Today we can look at a globe and know that the earth is somewhat like a ball, a sphere. The Qur'an makes certain statements that led muslim scientists to understand long before their European counterparts that the...
The Secret of Happiness
ss There are so many points of views about this subject that it is too difficult to define it comprehensively. These kinds of discord are because of man’s different views towards the life and its purpose. If you ask a y...
"LOVE" FROM THE QUR'ANIC CONTEXT
In our previous issues, we have discussed `salat' and `zikr' from the Quranic point of view. This month, we will examine how our innate longing for the remembrance (zikr) of Allah springs forth from love and shall...
CONCEPT OF WEALTH IN ISLAM
LAM The need for remedial action in certain situations is also emphasized in Verse 5 of Chapter 4 of the Qur'an, which reads: "And do not give away your property, which Allah has made for you a (mea...
THE INIMITABILITY OF THE QURAN
In addition to the scientific and historical points of view, the Qur'an also possesses an astounding, inimitable style from the literary perspective. It first needs to be stated that the exposition in the Qur'an addre...
Allah′s Artistry In Colour
A Colorful World Introduction H ave you ever thought what it would be like to live in a world without color? Free yourself for a moment from your experience, forget all that you've learned and start using your imagin...
The Key to Prosperity
ity I. Introduction The word "prosperity" has been defined in the Webster's dictionary as follows: * The condition of being prosperous and having good fortune or financial success. ...
Library: A Neglected Islamic Heritage
tage 1. A Brief History of the World’s Libraries: The oldest library was first established in Babylon in the year 1700 BC, when archaeologists in the previous century discovered a library among the ruins of Baby...
Rain in the Qur'an
Rain is indeed one of the most important factors for life on the earth. Rain is a prerequisite for the permanence of life in a region. Rain, which carries great importance for all living things including human beings, ...
Al-Humazah (The Gossipmonger)
ger) Name The Surah takes its name from the wordhumazah occurring in the first verse. Period of Revelation All commentators are agreed that it is a Makki Surah; a study of its subject matter and style shows that this too i...
Name The Surah takes its name from the wordal-'asr occurring in the first verse. Period of Revelation Although Mujahid, Qatadah and Muqatil regard it as a Madani Surah, yet a great majority of the commentators opine th...
The Quran in Manuscript and Print
Writing, although not very widespread in pre-Islamic time, was well-known among the Arabs. The script used in the seventh century, i. e . during the lifetime of the Prophet Muhammad, consisted of very basic symbols, which expressed only the consonantal s.
Why does the Noble Quran use words that have multiple meanings?
gs? Some might ask: Why should we accept the scientific meaning of the Word in the Noble Quran that fits our discoveries today, and not accept any of its other meanings, especially that the Word was revealed 1,500...
How does the Quran present God?
When we wish to assess the scientific personality and knowledge of a scholar we examine his works and subject them to close study. Similarly in order to measure the talent creativity and ability of an artist.....
Man and Islam
A Speech by Dr. Ali Shariati Ladies and Gentlemen: Tonight, as long as time permits, I would like to investigate the following questions: I. Does Islam recognize man as a helpless creature whose ultimate goal and i...
The Mushaf Of 'Uthman
During the time of 'Uthman differences in reading the Qur'an became obvious, and after consultation with the Companions, 'Uthman had a standard copy prepared from the suhuf of Abu Bakr that were kept with Hafsa at that tim...
ion) Name The Surah taken its name from the wordal- takathur in the first verse. Period of Revelation Abu Hayyan and Shaukani say that this Surah, according to all commentators, is Makki, and this same is the well known vi...
Al-Qari'ah (The Stunning [Blow])
Name The Surah takes its name from its first wordal- qari'ah. This is not only a name but also the title of its subject matter, for the Surah is devoted to Resurrection. Period of Revelation There is no dispute about its ...
Cloning in the Qur′an and Tradition
Islamic Perspectives on Human Cloning Dr. Abdulaziz Sachedina In the present article I will attempt to summarize a wide range of opinions that have emerged among the scholars of Islamic law and theology i...
Islam, Muslims, and modern technology
ogy Seyyed Hossein Nasr In this interview, Professor Seyyed Hossein Nasr highlights the impact of modern technologies on human habitats and ecosystems. The destruction of environment by modern technology is seen a...
Scientific exegesis of the Qur'an—a viable project
by Mustansir Mir A number of modern Muslim writers see the Qur'an as containing information or knowledge of a scientific nature. They have, accordingly, argued for the viability of what is called tafsir 'ilmi, or sc...
ĀD ('ĀD/ AAD)
The people of "Hud" were living in "Al-Ahqaaf" which means "the Dunes", and the historians said that it is located betweenYemen and Oman. They also said that Ᾱd’s people worshi...
Collection of Revelation during the Prophet's Lifetime
During his last pilgrimage, at the sermon which he gave to the large gathering of Muslims, the Prophet said: 'I have left with you something which if you will hold fast to it you will never fall into error- a plain indicat...
Al-ZILZAL (The Earthquake)
ake) Name It is derived from the wordzilzal in the first verse. Period of Revelation Whether or not it was revealed atMecca or Medina, is disputed. Ibn Masud, 'Ata, Jabir, and Mjahid say that it is a Makki Surah and a sta...
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