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  • Do Muslims Worship the Ka`bah?

    Do Muslims Worship the Ka`bah?

    The worship in Islam is not directed to Ka`bah itself; rather it is directed to the Lord of Ka`abh, the Lord of whole universe. ...

  • What Is Hajj?

    What Is Hajj?

    During Hajj, the pilgrims relive the life of Prophet Ibrahim and his son Prophet Ismail (peace be upon them). Allah was pleased with their sacrifice and so He has destined all Pilg ...

  • Hajj: A Historical Background

    Hajj: A Historical Background

    Hajj is the fifth obligated act of worship, which Islam enjoins upon you, as referred to in the hadith of the Prophet (peace be upon him) about the five pillars of Islam. ...

  • Fruits of Hajj (3/3)

    Fruits of Hajj (3/3)

    The acts of worship have been prescribed for certain goal, which is only attainable through performing the worship in conformity with the commands of the Qur’an and Sunnah. ...

  • Fruits of Hajj (1/3)

    Fruits of Hajj (1/3)

    Prophet Ibrahim gave precedence to the Command of Allah upon every command, and both of them were ready to sacrifice; Prophet Ibrahim was ready to sacrifice his son, and Isma`il wa ...

  • Fruits of Hajj (2/3)

    Fruits of Hajj (2/3)

    There are three kinds of forbearance: forbearance on performing worship, forbearance on keeping away from sins and forbearance on the decrees of fate. ...

The Concept of Miracle in Islam (1/2)

The Prophets and Messengers are distinguished from common humans in many qualities. Allah educates t ...Read More »

What Is Hajj?

During Hajj, the pilgrims relive the life of Prophet Ibrahim and his son Prophet Ismail (peace be up ...

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Preservation of the Glorious Qur’an

Throughout the centuries, the method of preservation has been twofold: memorization and writing. A r ...

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What is Devadasi in Hinduism?

The concepts of Indian people towards women, their purity, and impurity, the status of Hindu widows, ...

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An Introduction to Hinduism

The difference between Hinduism and Islam is the apostrophe (s) as Hindus say that everything is God ...

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Funeral in Islam and Hinduism (1/3)

This article compares the tradition of disposal of dead bodies in different civilizations and religi ...

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Do Muslims Worship the Ka`bah?

The worship in Islam is not directed to Ka`bah itself; rather it is directed to the Lord of Ka`abh, ...

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A Hindu Brother Recites the Qur’an

It is noteworthy that these two prayers are recited by every Muslim frequently before beginning of a ...

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