Factual Articles on Islam
The Myth of An Antisemitic Genocide In Muslim Scripture
In the name of Allah, the Most Merciful, the Grantor of Mercy
How an apocalyptic tradition played into the hands of anti-Jewish and anti-Muslim hatemongers
Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) Respect and Understanding Towards Other Religions
It is a common myth and misrepresentation that Islam does not encourage RESPECT and UNDERSTANDING ofthe existence of other religions present in the world.
Islam and the Abortion Debate
Is Islam pro-life, pro-choice, or both, depending on the circumstances? And what implications does the answer to this question have for current political discourse
7 Things to Learn from the Prophet’s Care for Animals
1- Taking care of animals:
The Prophet came upon an emaciated camel and said:
The Last Sermon of the Prophet Muhammad SAW
Prophet Muhammad’s (peace and blessings be upon him) farewell sermon / خطبةالوداع, Khutbatu l-Wada’
Surat Al Kahf
Surat Al Kahf has immense blessings.
Abu Darda’ reported Allah’s Apostle (may peace be upon him) as saying: If anyone learns by heart the first ten verses of the Surat Al-Kahf,
Shaving the Hair of a Newborn: Necessary?
Shaving the head of the baby is among the rites of `aqeeqah. So a Muslim should never hesitate to do the shaving as well as all other Sunnah acts of `aqeeqah,
Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) & Fatimah – The Perfect Father-Daughter Relationship
Fathers have an important nurturing role to play in their daughters’ lives. It only takes a glimpse into the Prophet Muhammad’s (PBUH) relationship
Muslim Stance Regarding Female Circumcision (FGM)
Female circumcision, or as is commonly termed by the West , female genital mutilation, has been a hot topic in many congresses and many NGOs (not to mention the media) for many years now.
Male Circumcision in Islam
Male circumcision is among the rites of Islam and is part of the (in Arabic): fitrah, or the innate disposition and natural character and instinct of the human creation.
Lady Khadija … The Unsung Heroine
The simplicity of Khadija’s example is something that cannot pass unnoticed not only by Muslim women but by non-Muslims as well.
If alcohol is prohibited, why are Muslims rewarded with rivers of wine in heaven?
According to the Quran, the consumption of alcoholic drinks is forbidden and not allowed, yet when we read about the description of paradise, the Quran says that Muslims will drink wine: