The Arabic language carries great importance for Muslims all over the world but why is that? There are many reasons and I will try to give an explanation for this, not only why Arabic is important to Muslims but why it might also be useful to non-Muslims as well: · Arabic is the language of the… Continue reading Q44: Why is the Arabic language so important to Muslims?
Pondor, oh blessed one, on these great things that we are still interested in -their greatness, their strength, the earth, the mountains, the rivers, the heavens, the sun and the moon. What will be their condition do you think? Pondor on their condition to know the coming horrors and know what will be… Continue reading The horrors of the Day of Judgment
This is my English translation of the book, Fiqh Al Intiqal Min Dar Al Firar Ila Dar Al Qarrar (فقه الانتقال من دار الفرار إلى دار القرار) by Dr. 'Abdullah bin Hamoud al-Furaih. The name translates to “The Fiqh of travelling from the Flight Home to the Enduring Home ”. "Fiqh" or "doctrines" refers to… Continue reading Note by the translator
CONTENTS Front cover Note by the translator Introduction Statement about the reality of the Flight Home Provisions that should be taken before death because of its connection to it What should be done for whom death has come Death, and the exit of the soul Things that should be done with the deceased after… Continue reading The Fiqh of travelling from the Flight Home to the Enduring Home
The relationship between Arabs and Jews is very long and complicated. Both of them branch out from the same origin as they are both Semitic people who speak Semitic languages, Arabic and Hebrew. In fact, Jews, along with Christians, are known to Muslims as “Ahl Al Kitab” (People of the Book) due to their closeness… Continue reading Q7: Muslims and Jews