Jonathan Brown Addresses Misunderstandings

Jonathan Brown examines the historical misunderstandings about the Prophet Muhammad's life

read more 12.09.2013, Thursday

Umar: The Man Satan Feared

Tradition and stubbornness tied his hands. Five years passed before these ties were broken. The sun rose and set hundreds of times during five years. He slept and awoke hundreds of times. But his hands were always bound.

read more 06.09.2013, Friday

The Prophet and Women

Religions and philosophers have discussed relation between men and women

read more 05.09.2013, Thursday

Khadija: The Woman to whom God Sent Greetings

He draws on the ground with a branch. His students carefully watch his hand and lips. What they see is four long lines. What they hear is: "Do you know what these are?" The lines flow to their eyes the ground which has become an endless black board. 

read more 26.08.2013, Monday

Ummu Salama: Our Mother Who Ran

First she ran to Arkam's house with her husband Abu Salama; she had heard about the Prophet (pbuh)'s call to Islam. Later she went to Abyssinia with her husband because she was called to migrate. 

read more 26.08.2013, Monday

The First British Guest of Allah

At a time when  Britain had major political and economic interests in the Middle East, Hedley Churchward had only one concern in mind while going on a pilgrimage to Mecca; the pleasure of Allah.

read more 23.08.2013, Friday

The Prophetic Diet

The Prophet Muhammad (saw) / Social Life / Moutasem Atiya & Hasan Awan, M.D.

The Qur'an states that the purpose of fasting is to increase taqwa (God-Awareness), this "taqwa" attained through fasting should also manifest itself on a physical level

read more 21.08.2013, Wednesday

The Sunna of Love

The Sunnah, that is taught at times, seems to overlook amazing instances of passion, valor, fidelity and sacrifice in the name of true love. Instances from the life of the Prophet and his companions builds a comprehensive system of devotion – a Sunnah of Love.

read more 19.08.2013, Monday

Love Knows No Command

Say: "If you indeed love God, then follow me, so that God will love you…”

read more 15.08.2013, Thursday

(Let Me Call) My Lord On Thee

This song, sung by Nader Khan, is the English translation of a poem written by Yunus Emre (1240-1320), one of the most famous Sufi poets who has made a great impact on the Turkish-Muslim culture. This poem is at essence an entreaty to God, by means of the intercession of those things and people that are deemed to be close to God Almighty.
 

read more 02.08.2013, Friday