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    • Lessons from the Story of Abel and Cain (Part 1)
    • Storytelling is one of the major approaches used by the Quran to convey Gods message. Since the Qur’an is meant for all ages until the Day of Judgment, the stories referenced in the Qur’an will continue to ...
    • Al-Ankabut
    • Download verses 15-23 of Surah Al-Ankabut by the great voice of master ...
    • The Mahdi in Muslim Traditions (Part 2)
    • The Book of Allah in its written form makes the universal message of Islam fairly known to the Muslims/non-Muslims who can read Arabic with understanding. Exhorting the believers to reach a higher understanding, Allah expects them ...
    • The Mahdi in Muslim Traditions (Part 1)
    • With the exception of a small Salafi group, both the Caliphate and Imamte schools of thought believe in the coming of the Mahdi before End times. The Hadiths from the Prophet in this respect are ...
    • Light and Darkness: part 2
    • In the physical world, darkness occurs when layers of material prevent the penetration of rays of light. A good example is what marine biologists experience in deep seas. When Yonus (Joanna) angrily left his town, he ...
    • Light and Darkness: part 1
    • The Qur’an declares that we categorically have two worlds: the Seen; and, the Unseen. When light projects on material objects, mans naked eyes can see them. It is probably for this reason that Allah ...
    • Major Resurrection - The day of Reckoning
    • Nay, I swear by the Day of Resurrection. Qur’an (75:1) Believing in this day is one of the foundations of the Islamic faith. The Noble Qur’an makes very many references to it. All the prophets of Allah reminded their peoples about this monumental day.
    • The Days of Allah
    • We verily sent Moses with Our revelations, saying: Bring thy people forth from darkness unto light. And remind them of ...
    • Universality of the Mahdi’s Mission
    • Humanity has long yarned for a Saviour. Both scientific and religious texts indicate that cycles of human races lived on the planet Earth, and then went distinct. Archaeological studies takes man’s existence to 500,000 years in history, whereas the ...
    • Imam Ali (A.S) is Holy Prophet’s Heir
    • There is no doubt that the Messenger of Allah, peace be upon him and his progeny, has left `Ali with a legacy of knowledge and wisdom as much as the Almighty permitted His prophets and wasis to inherit, so much so that ...
    • Marriage Made in Heaven
    • “Marriage is part of my Sunnah and whoever disregards (my Sunnah) is not from us.” As the Final Messenger of God to mankind, Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), who promulgated the most universally comprehensive Shari’a, led the ...
    • Standing against Racial and Ethnic Discrimination and Biases
    • The holy Prophet of Islam welcomed Salman who was an Iranian and Bilal al-Habashi with open arms in the same manner as he welcomed Abuzar Ghaffari, Meqdad bin Aswad Kandy and Ammar Yaser; since Salman was able to excel others, the Prophet said: ...
    • Islam Rejects Racial and Ethnic Discrimination
    • According to majority of historians, the Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) was always drawing the attention of his followers to the following statement: “All of you are children of Adam and Adam is from dust; Arab cannot claim ...
    • Whom should we appeal for help?
    • Shazan Qomi narrates that one day the holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) was sitting with his companions when Malik ibn Nuwaira, a man from Bani Tamim, came to visit the holy Prophet. Addressing the prophet, he said: ...
    • Reasons for Annihilation of Previous Nations
    • When Mecca was conquered and Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) stayed there for some days, some untoward developments unfolded. For example, Fatima, Al-Aswad bin Abdul Asad’s daughter and Abu Salamah bin Abdul Asad’s nephew, who was ...
    • Prophet Muhammad’s Guards
    • It is natural that guarding the Right and the Righteous people is an obligatory duty in Islam and, one must not avoid such an important responsibility by confining one to mere saying, “God may bless and keep them safe.” Guarding is so crucial that ...
    • Punishment for Embezzlement of the Public Treasury
    • The event goes back to the year seven hegira. The holy Prophet of Islam (PBUH) was mobilizing the Muslims in Medina in order to free the Khaibar castle from the control of Jewish obstructionists who were ...
    • One Example of Holy Prophet Muhammad’s Tactics
    • In the late years of Prophet Muhammad’s migration, when Islam was gradually flourishing, a group of representatives from Taif came to visit the holy Prophet in Medina. They said: “people of Taif are ready to embrace Islam. However, they want ...
    • The Effect of Affection
    • The rapid spread of Islam, whose reasons and roots are always discussed, is seen as one of the significant historical issues all over the world. Like Christianity, Islam went beyond borders and unlocked other horizons. Islam was ...
    • Surah the Prophet Muhammad
    • The file contains Qur’anic Recitation of the Surah the Prophet Muhammad by the master Abdelbasset Abdessamad voice which can be downloaded....
    • Surah Al-Jathiyah,The Knelling
    • The file contains Qur’anic Recitation of the Surah Al-Jathiyah by the master Abdelbasset Abdessamad voice which can be downloaded....
    • Surah Ad-Dukhan, The Smoke
    • The file contains Qur’anic Recitation of the Surah Ad-Dukhan by the master Abdelbasset Abdessamad voice which can be downloaded....
    • The Bright Page in the History of Jihad
    • Abdullah bin al-Zubair thought about a new, strict ruler to appoint over Basrah. He chose his brother Musab to carry out the task. Musab bin al-Zubair arrived in Basrah and addressed its people: ...
    • Abid al-Malik bin Marwan
    • Mukhtar made peace with Abdullah bin al-Zubair to unite efforts against the Umayyads, the enemy of Islam.Still Abdullah bin al-Zubair was ambitious. He was afraid of ...
    • Mukhtar’s Victory over the Enemies
    • After the Battle of Ain al-Warda, the Umayyad Army went on advancing towards Kufa. It occupied Mousal City. Then it headed for Kufa. Mukhtar formed an army of three thousand fighters. Yazid bin Anas, a brave, good, old man headed the army ...
    • The Revolution breaks out
    • On Tuesday night, 12th Rabi al-Awwal, namely two days before the revolution, on the way to Mukhtars house, Ibrahim al-Ashtar and some of his friends came across a patrol. The commander of the patrol said: ...
    • Mukhtar announces the Revolution
    • From his prison, Mukhtar sent a message to Ryfaah and his companions. The message was as follows: Allah has made your reward greater. He has just decreased your sins for fighting the unjust. Now I ...
    • Mukhtar comes back to Kufa
    • After four years stay in Medina, Mukhtar decided to come back to Kufa. After Yazids death, Ubaidullah bin Ziyad escaped to Damascus. The people of Kufa took advantage of the situation and supported ...
    • Children of Myanmar, Innocent Victims of Massacre
    • War has been going on for centuries and therefore hearing the world news on war is no new matter at all. But it is indeed very painful to know that innocent, helpless and very young children are among the victims of such fights; without even ...
    • Mawla Is Broader than Imam
    • ‘Imam’ is the one who is followed by others; it may be a person or a book or something else. Its plural form is ‘Imams’. Before mentioning the famous sentence, “For whosoever I am Leader (mawla), Ali is his mawla,” the Holy Prophet says: ...
    • Mawla and Successor
    • The Prophet was Mawla (Leader) and Imam Ali (A.S) is also Mawla and the Prophet reminded people of this truth on Al-Ghadir Day. He publicly announced this fact so that everybody knew although Imam Ali (A.S) was not a prophet; he had the ...