A very useful article shows the pure Islamic belief of monotheism. It briefly mentions that Allah alone is worthy of worship, He is worshipped directly and Allah is not like his creation nor his creation is like him. All these points are what all prophets of Allah called people to.
The sixth chapter from “Funeral Rites in Islaam” by Shaikh Abu Ameenah Bilal Philips in which he mentions the issues which benefit the dead such as praying for him, paying his financial debts, ongoing charity as well as his knowledge from which people continue to benefit.
There are among mankind, people who claim knowledge of the unseen and the future. They are known by various names, among them: fortune-teller, soothsayer, foreseer, augur, magician, prognosticator, oracle, astrologer, palmist, etc. Fortune-tellers use various methods and mediums from which they claim to extract their information, among them: reading tea-leaves, drawing lines, writing numbers, palm-reading, casting horoscopes, crystal ball gazing, rattling bones, throwing sticks, etc.
Linguistically riyaa comes from the root "ra`aa" which means to see, to behold, to view. The derived word ’riyaa’ means "eyeservice, hypocrisy, dissimulation; dissemblance." From a Sharee`ah point of view, "to perform acts which are pleasing to Allah, with the intention of pleasing other than Allah". Thus riyaa originates in the heart.
Article talks about the value of the obligation of hijab and to beware of display and unveiling, the characteristics of the Hijab are discussed, bringing the glad tidings promised (by Allah) to those women adhering to it. It also points out the danger of dazzling displays of ornaments and beauty as well as the terrible repercussions in this life and in the hereafter.
Blessings of faith is the greatest blessings of Allah, Defining faith as mentioned in the hadith mentioning that faith isn’t just uttering but also deeds and that it increases by obedience and decreases by disobedience then mentioned the parts of faith.
An article talk about Allah’s preservation of the Quran in the past and at all times through the memorization of the Quran during the time of the Prophet Muhammad, may the mercy and blessings of Allah be upon him, and it’s memorized today by millions of Muslims. It also shows that it was written during the time of the Prophet Muhammad and it’s preserved until this very day.
Ramadan, the ninth month of the Islamic lunar calendar, can be 29 or 30 days long. An Islamic month begins with the sighting of the new crescent in the western horizon, immediately after sunset. Muslims look toward the western horizon for the new moon on the 29th day of Sha’ban, the eighth month. If the new moon is sighted, Ramadan has begun with the sunset but fasting begins with the next dawn. If the new moon is not sighted on this 29th day, Muslims complete 30 days of Sha’ban (the previous month) and Ramadan begins the following day.
An article explains why the Muslims abide by the prohibition of usury while the Jewish and Christian secularists are calling to to affirm it. An article explains how something so despised such as interest could be justified and even institutionalized as a standard.
A most rewarding and fulfilling part of a Muslim’s worship are those blessed moments that he spends praying in the depth of the night, privately addressing his Great Lord, sincerely glorifying Him, humbly imploring Him - beseeching His forgiveness and asking Him for favors. The voluntary "night prayer", or qiyaam, is indispensable for a person’s moral, spiritual, and physical welfare. Yet, it is greatly misunderstood and largely neglected by most Muslims.