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  • Enjoining good and forbidding evil

    Allah, the Exalted, Says in the Quran (what means): "Let there arise out of you a group of people inviting to all that is good (Islam), enjoining Al-Ma`roof (i.e., Islamic Monotheism and all that Islam orders one to do) and forbidding Al-Munkar (polytheism, disbelief and all that Islam has forbidden). And it is they who are the successful.''.. More

  • The Rescue is in Asking

    Offering Da’wah is a great responsibility that requires not only knowledge, but wideness and kindness as well. Offering Da’wah to new Muslims is a greater responsibility since it is difficult for recent reverts, who often have little information about Islam, to realize whether or not their guides are truly versed in the teachings of the.. More

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  • Etiquettes of differing in Islam

    Etiquettes of differing in Islam 135425 Islam has imposed high standards for how the Muslim who follows the methodology of the Prophetic Sunnah should deal with his fellow Muslim brother who has differed with him on an issue of 'Ijtihaad' (exercise of independent judgment in matters that have no specific mention in the Quran or Sunnah). How outstanding.. More

  • The Importance of dialogue

    According to the Quran, dialogue and reasoning in the best possible way are important methods of communicating, upholding the truth and resisting falsehood. The ultimate aim of doing this is to arrive at the truth. Within the framework of Islamic Da’wah, dialogue is a tool of correction, construction and self-evaluation. Dialogue is a shared tool.. More

  • Who and how to call to Islam?

    Islam is a universal way of life and therefore addresses the entire community. This flows firstly from the fact that Islam is the religion prescribed by Allah, the Almighty, to the whole of humanity. Secondly, Islam, being a complete code of life, providing clear-cut criteria for man's activity in all domains of life, social, economical, political and.. More

  • The spread of Islam in Africa

    Ancient Ifreeqiyyah (Africa) and its Boundaries The Arabs call Africa 'Ifreeqiyyah.' They gave this name to the Eastern part of Barbary and called the western part of Barbary the Maghrib, the name used until today. The Romans called it Africa after the destruction of Carthage. They included Barbary in it and later called the whole continent as Africa... More

  • The Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence

    This is the third and most revised edition of one of the best textbook on the subject of Usool Al-Fiqh Al-Islami, (The Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence). Usool Al-Fiqh is one of the main realms of Islamic knowledge and is so essential that not only Fiqh—which is the practical aspect of Islam and the way of living and applying its laws –but.. More

  • The methodology of discourse in Da'wah

    The methodology of discourse in Da'wah (Islamic propagation) constitutes the following principles: A.Establishing the principle of submission The principle of submitting to Allah The Almighty should be established and stressed. Muslims should realize that they must submit to the ordinances of Allah The Almighty, whether they understand the wisdom.. More

  • The Muslim nation has a universal message for mankind

    If as a researcher, I were to compare the men of yesterday and today whose prejudices have scarred the very core of religion, then I am overwhelmingly inclined to convict the latter. This is because their attitudes and prejudices do not merely affect them personally, but threaten to undermine and devastate the future of humankind. Racism and discrimination.. More

  • The spread of Islam in Southeast Asia

    The actual timing and introduction of the Islamic religion and its practice to Southeast Asia is subject to debate. European historians have argued that it came through trading contacts with India, whereas some Southeast Asian Muslim scholars claim it was brought to the region directly from Arabia in the Middle East. Other scholars claim that Muslim.. More

  • The Role of Merchants in Spreading Islam

    To call people to Allah is the duty of every responsible and conscientious Muslim. Since there is no priesthood in Islam or sacerdotal class among Muslims, the duty of the call to Allah cannot be limited to an ill-conceived and imaginary group called the 'men of religion as is the case with other religions.' In Islam, everyone is a man (or woman) of.. More

  • Directions on giving advice -I

    Among the essential obligations Islam enjoins Muslims to do is to offer sincere advice to people, whether fellow Muslims or others, in the best manner, so as to spread good and eliminate evil in society. How many of us have looked to our brothers and sisters in Islam and have seen them straying from the path of Allah, and have turned our faces away?.. More

  • The Miraculous Spread of Islam

    Look at the beginnings of this religion and how it unified the Arabian Peninsula, while Arab loyalties were divided with unrestrained enmity and maliciousness everywhere. Look at how, as Muslims, they united, cast aside their differences, and became a firm brotherhood of faith! Take a quick look at the early extraordinary conquests of Islam. Then at.. More

  • Our Salaf's endeavours in calling to Allah – II

    Examples of our Salaf (predecessors) calling people to Allah: The Companions, may Allah be pleased with them, shouldered this responsibility during the lifetime of the Prophet sallallaahu alayhi wa sallam and after his death. They were very zealous in calling people to Allah and guiding them to the right path. This is why they, may Allah be.. More