The birth of Ali ibn Abi Talib (Part TWO)— 30 minutes read. Now that you are here grab a cup of tea and read remaining…Please do leave your comments.
The First Imam, ‘Ali (as) Ibn Abu Talib
It was Friday 13th of Rajab 30 Amulfeel Hazrat Fatima binte Asad, the wife of Hazrat Abu Talib entered the precincts Read More
The birth of Ali ibn Abi Talib (Part one)—9 minutes read
Ali was born on the 13th of Rajab of the 30th year of the Elephant (A.D. 600). His cousin, Muhammad, was now 30 years old. Ali’s parents were Abu Talib ibn Abdul Muttalib, and Fatima, the daughter of Asad, both of the clan of Hashim. Read More
A brief text on the significance of fasting in the month of Ramadan.
O, Believers! Fast is prescribed for you as it was for those before you so that you may ward off evil. (Fast) a certain number of days…(Holy Qur’an: Chapter 2, Verses 182-183) Read More
In a world ruled by material needs here comes this book to remind us about the true principles of Islam, how they should be observed and how they affect our lives. The author does this using as an example the life of our Prophet (S) and the life of Imam Ali (as).
With the advent of social media, the doors of information, perception, interpretation and analysis of the religious text have become a common practice of the public. Where such issues were restricted to academic curriculum only, they are now discussed by everyone.
Modern science found its way to the Islamic world in the beginning of the nineteenth century, giving rise to various reactions. However, it is the philosophical underpinnings of modern science, rather than science itself, that has mostly perturbed the Muslim intellectuals.