In these three articles, we show the rules that Islam put for human rights. We handle this concept in Islam through the Quran and Sunnah texts. This discussion shows the greatness of Islam and how it respects humans and dignifies them.
This article contains 30 points about Islam in a simple way. It talks about various aspects of Islam: meaning of Islam, pillars and principles of Islam, completeness of Islam, spread of Islam, attributes of Allah, Prophets and Books of Allah, misconceptions about Islam and the prestige of woman in Islam.
His Eminence Sheikh Saleh Ibn Humaid –may Allah protect him? delivered this Friday’s Khutbah titled “Seditions and Unrests: Landmarks and Reflections” in which he talked about the seditions and unrests which the world is witnessing these days and showed the importance of returning, in dealing with them, to the Book, the Sunnah and the understanding of the righteous salaf. He also mentioned some landmarks and illuminating examples that light the way to anyone seeking the path of Truth.
To be treated equally, or justice, does not always mean that each is the same. This article sheds some light on the differences between men and women found by modern science, and how these results reflect the way justice is met to each of the two sexes in various realms of modern day life. Spiritual equality of men and women as mentioned in the Quran, and a glance at the differences between the genders in other aspects of life.
In this article, Dr. Hatem Al-Haj talks about the religious institutions and the modern challenges they always face. At first, he tries to show the nature of the religious institution in Islam and discusses some challenges they face such as participating in the political life and their relation with the science.
Before handling the issues, Dr. Hatem Al-Haj shows that he believes in all Allah’s Prophets and Messengers without any exception. In this article, Dr. Hatem mentions some verses in the Bible that call for violence.
In this article, Dr. Hatem Al-Haj talks about the mercy of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) through several points. He shows his mercy with parents, wife, animals, family children, orphans, women, the sick people, servants and the non-Muslims.
Dr. Hatem says in the beginning of this article, "If a group of Muslims worked with Christians and Jews, or Hindus and atheists on cleaning their neighborhoods, saving the environment, protecting the oppressed, and standing for the poor, homeless, uninsured…etc, that would be a hilf fuddol (Virtuous Alliance, like the one the Prophet was part of before Islam and he said that he would be part of it in Islam)."