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Definition of God in Islam

Definition of God in Islam

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GOD, by definition, is the only Sovereign, Self-Existing, non-created Being to whom everything else owes its existence and completely depends on for survival and power.

Non-Definition of the Word ‘God’ in atheism

Non-Definition of the Word ‘God’ in atheism

article

Atheism, from the Greek word atheos (without God), is an attitude that denies or disbelieves in God’s existence; accordingly, no intelligent creator, no divine lawgiver, no ultimate judge of humanity’s actions, and nothing above or beyond this closed, natural, physical world exists. 

God’s Attributes According to Islam

God’s Attributes According to Islam

article

God’s Names and Attributes are those qualities that give correct understanding of what God truly is. The Qur’an, Islam’s holy book, believed to be God’s final word, tells humanity what God is like and what He is not like.

Impossibility of God’s Attributes

Impossibility of God’s Attributes

article

The belief in a supreme, unfathomable, invisible, or infinite being who is beyond man’s grasp constitutes atheism’s main argument against God’s existence.

Knowing God

Knowing God

article

Islam teaches that what God’s Essence is or what He looks like should not be points of concern. Humans can relate to God through the ways in which He has chosen to be known and appreciated; namely, His Attributes as revealed in His Divine Words and His observable Actions and Fingerprints all over creation.

Creation of the Universe

Creation of the Universe

article

The descriptions of creation in the Qur’an are primarily messages from God, rather than factual or historical accounts. They are intended to stimulate the readers or listeners into contemplating the order and magnificence of the universe and thinking about the Creator Who is behind it all. 

Uncaused or self-caused universe

Uncaused or self-caused universe

article

For atheists, the universe and all that it contains is the product of mere chance, shaped by mindless, undirected processes of nature without plan, purpose, or meaning; and, ultimately, it does not point to the hand of a Creator.

The Staggering Complexity of a Living Cell

The Staggering Complexity of a Living Cell

article

At the time of Darwin and his contemporaries, the cell appeared to be no more than a black spot under the simple light microscope, which was the first microscope to be used in the study of the cell. It consisted of a single, small, convex lens with 25-times magnification power.

Kinesin...The Cell’s Postal System

Kinesin...The Cell’s Postal System

article

The motor protein kinesin carries cellular cargo along roadways in cells, called microtubules. In a sense, it acts like a postman delivering parcels inside the cell.

The Role of Science

The Role of Science

article

Basically, science is about exploring and understanding the natural world through observation and experimentation. Diverse and infinite realities exist, both within and outside the reach of normal senses; and, it is through science that humans can learn about them to enhance their well-being.

Scientists’ Stance toward Religion

Scientists’ Stance toward Religion

article

For most of history, up until the middle of the 19th century, science and religion were viewed as co-workers in the human quest for understanding, in which science served as an avenue to deeper faith in, and appreciation of, the Creator.

Today vs. the Past

Today vs. the Past

article

A fundamental rift occurred in the West in the relationship between science and religion after the publication of Charles Darwin’s On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection in 1859, in which he argued that all life is the product of purely undirected natural forces – time, chance, and a process he called ‘natural selection and random mutations.’

What, Exactly, Is Life?

What, Exactly, Is Life?

article

What is life? What is awareness? What is conscience? Or, more to the point, what makes something alive and conscious? Science still has no answers for these questions.

God’s Power of Creation and Creativity

God’s Power of Creation and Creativity

article

Six major names and attributes of God as the Creator are stated in the Qur’an. Each of which provides a different aspect and insight into the divine power of creation and the composite process of creation, making it clear that every detail of creation was perfectly planned and performed directly by God, leaving nothing to chance or to someone or something else.

Flies Continue to Astonish

Flies Continue to Astonish

article

“The brain of the fly performs a very sophisticated calculation, in a very short amount of time, to determine where the danger lies and exactly how to bank for the best escape, doing something different if the threat is to the side, straight ahead or behind.”

An Inevitable Point of Realization

An Inevitable Point of Realization

article

It was narrated that a Bedouin was traveling on his camel when his camel suddenly dropped dead. He descended from the camel’s back and started circling it while meditatively saying:Why don’t you get up? Why don’t you come back to life?Here are your limbs! They are perfectly complete and your body is sound!

Purpose: Reason for Being

Purpose: Reason for Being

article

Within every human is an innate desire for ultimate meaning and purpose. It cannot be escaped, as it goes to the root of human nature. Deep inside, humans want their lives to count for something much more than mere existence.

Running life with disregard to the maker’s instructions

Running life with disregard to the maker’s instructions

article

Humans can only become the person God created them to be and live life to its best and fullest meaning when they apply the rules and standards their Maker has set out for them in His Book. It, alone, can bring them to the purest and highest state of being and give them the best possible direction, as indicated in the Qur’anic verse: “Indeed, this Qur’an guides to that which is most just and right.” (Qur’an 17:9)

The Concepts of Worship and Viceregency on Earth

The Concepts of Worship and Viceregency on Earth

article

The Qur’anic statement, “To God we belong and to God is our return” (2:156) represents the Islamic map of life. It is an entire way of seeing and responding to the world, where life and every particle of it takes on direction, significance, and purpose when God is the beginning and the end.

No Time to Waste in Islam

No Time to Waste in Islam

article

The minute a human is born, the clock of their life starts ticking down, and it does not stop. “O son of Adam!” Muslim Scholar Hasan Al-Basri explained. “You are but days. Every day that goes by, a part of you goes with it.”

Outlines of humanity in Islam

Outlines of humanity in Islam

article

All humans, men and women, are descended from one soul: Adam (peace be upon him). From Adam, God created his wife, Eve (peace be upon her), and from them both He created the rest of the human race, which make all human beings equally valuable in His Sight, equally subject to His Sovereignty, equally deserving of His Grace, and equally accountable to Him for their deeds.

Personalities are like metals

Personalities are like metals

article

Personalities are like metals. They need to be further refined into purer forms and fashioned into useful shapes.

Where Does Morality Come From?

Where Does Morality Come From?

article

The entire concept of morality stems from the Islamic belief that humans are significant, that their behavior and actions will count and that the pattern of this entire universe is purposeful and balanced. Humankind is not a ship without a compass in the midst of a great storm, but is secured with a set of unchangeable norms for all possible moral situations.

Moral Rationale for Denial of God

Moral Rationale for Denial of God

article

Fyodor Dostoyevsky succinctly captures the moral consequences of a godless view of the world as follows: “If you were to destroy in mankind the belief in immortality, not only love but every living force maintaining the life of the world would at once be dried up. Moreover, nothing then would be immoral, everything would be lawful, even cannibalism.”

The Problem of Evil

The Problem of Evil

article

The Problem of Evil: The Differing Perspectives of Islam and Atheism.

Mercy is the Base … and Forgiveness Is a Promise

Mercy is the Base … and Forgiveness Is a Promise

article

In Islam, one of God’s most emphasized attributes is mercy. All the chapters of the Qur’an except one begin with the statement “In the Name of God, the Merciful, the Compassionate,” known as the Basmallah. The Basmallah is also the common statement that Muslims should recite before doing any action. It thus ingrains in them the confidence that God’s ultimate design for creation is one of care and mercy.

The only cause of evil

The only cause of evil

article

Islam does not pass off all calamites as ‘trials,' but differentiates between punishments and trials. Trials are tests of character and faith; punishments are consequences of sins and transgressions.

God is there

God is there

article

You are not more difficult to see than a black ant, scampering over a black rock, under the cover of the darkest of moonless nights.

Slave to Oneself

Slave to Oneself

article

All humans, in the Qur’an’s own words, have a god – even if the god is the person himself. “Have you seen the one who takes as his god his own desire?” (Qur’an 24:43)

No One to Thank

No One to Thank

article

The Qur’an wonders in what areas and in what ways humans rely on their own strength when they fail to acknowledge God as the Giver, saying: “O humankind! What has made you careless concerning your Lord, the Most Generous?” (Qur’an 82:6)

Introducing the Prophet of Mercy

Introducing the Prophet of Mercy

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For mercy there was sent a Prophet. Not only to show it, preach it, and teach it, but to be it: "We have only sent you as a mercy to the worlds." (Al-Anbiya’ 21: 107).

On entering

On entering

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The light that shines from within through worshiping Allah alone and being Muslim. 

A Word Picture

A Word Picture

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Painting a word-picture of the Prophet of Mercy (pbuh).

Why Muhammad (pbuh)?

Why Muhammad (pbuh)?

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It must be a heart superior to all others. A heart brought up under the Eye of Allah Almighty, a worshipper of Him Alone. Inside him must be Purity, Piety, Love, Sincerity, Charity, Wisdom, Bravery, Justice, Generosity, Honesty, Modesty, Kindness, Mercifulness, Forgiveness, Patience, Perseverance, and every other quality of moral excellence and righteousness in their most exalted human forms.

Power of Caring, Loving, and Reaching All

Power of Caring, Loving, and Reaching All

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Such capacity for preaching the Message to all emanates from the Prophet’s special capacity for loving and caring for all, “I am sent to every red and black person.” (Sahih Muslim) By the red the Prophet (pbuh) meant the non-Arabs, and by the black he (pbuh) meant the Arabs.

Dissolving All Differences in His Message to All

Dissolving All Differences in His Message to All

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Without specifying a certain class, race, or origin, or making a special mention of Muslim followers, the Prophet of Mercy (pbuh) teaches, saying: “Show mercy to those on the earth, and He Who is in the heaven will show mercy to you.” (Abu Dawud). 

Mercy upon Mankind

Mercy upon Mankind

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A living picture of the Prophet’s feelings that can be seen, heard, and felt.

Mercy to the Enemy

Mercy to the Enemy

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To the Prophet (pbuh), ‘Abdullah bin Ubai bin Salul, the chief of hypocrites in Al-Madinah, was a worse enemy than the disbelievers. He was the one who rudely treated the Prophet (pbuh) when he (pbuh) first arrived in Al-Madinah and happened to pass by a gathering in which ‘Abdullah bin Ubai bin Salul was present, before ‘Abdullah embraced Islam.

Singular Capacity

Singular Capacity

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This singular capacity for mercy is traced all along the Prophet’s life. To grasp a glimpse of its expansiveness, you must envision him warning people on Mount As-Safa, going from one house to another in Mina, following people in marketplaces, assemblies, and gatherings, calling out: “O people! Say, ‘There is no god but Allah’ and you will succeed.”

Arise and Warn!

Arise and Warn!

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Arise! There is no longer time for rest. Pull yourself away from the warmth of home and family and come to striving. Arise and shoulder the Message. Arise for humanity to worship their Creator. Arise to defeat darkness, eliminate Shirk, and uplift the Word of Allah most high.

Daybreak

Daybreak

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Daybreak slowly pushes darkness out until daylight spreads everywhere; so was the Prophet of Mercy (pbuh) commanded to preach Islam, slowly pushing darkness, breaking the idols,  and guiding people to Allah Almighty.

Darkness

Darkness

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Clouds of multilayered darkness covered the minds and lives of the people of Jahiliyyah (Pre-Islamic Days of Ignorance of Allah), who were dragged down into the evil depths of idolatry, debauchery, and sin.

On Mount As-Safa

On Mount As-Safa

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After three years of secret preaching of Islam to individuals a group of first believers emerged, firmer than mountains, closer than brothers, ready to shoulder and convey the Message, following which the Prophet (pbuh) received the Divine Command  of  declaring  the  Call  to  the  Quraish:  "Warn,  (O Muhammad), your closest kindred."( Ash-Shu‘ara’ 26: 214).

Open Preaching of Islam

Open Preaching of Islam

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The warner’s cries kept reverberating through Makkah. Shortly afterwards, Allah Almity revealed His Command of open and  general  preaching  of  Islam,  saying:  "Proclaim  openly  that which you are commanded, and turn away from the Mushrikin." (pbuh).

One against All

One against All

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This struggle of one against all proceeded, in which the Prophet  started to publicly worship Allah, the Most Exalted, before the eyes of Quraish at the Ka‘bah, in broad daylight, without regard for the Mushrikin and their persecution.

Psychological Warfare

Psychological Warfare

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Accepting a god other than one’s Maker creates servility in the soul and produces oppression. The souls of the Quraishi chiefs clung to worldly life, tightly shackled by a love of supremacy and the pleasures derived from it, and by a refusal to be molded by the principles of ‘Right and Wrong’, ‘Halal (Lawful) and Haram (Forbidden)’, ‘Do and Do not do’.

We will make you our king

We will make you our king

article

The disbelievers tried to tempt the Prophet (pbuh) with worldly riches, power, and sovereignty, laying them under his feet, hoping that this might dissuade him from calling people to Islam and worshiping Allah alone, with undivided allegiance.

Prostrate before our gods to prostrate before your God!

Prostrate before our gods to prostrate before your God!

article

The disbelievers tried to bargain with the Prophet (pbuh), saying: “O Muhammad! Come, let us worship what you worship and you worship what we worship so that you and we share the matter. If what you worship is better than what we worship, we will take a share of it. And if what we worship is better than what you worship, you will take a share of it.”

Allah did not reveal anything to a human being

Allah did not reveal anything to a human being

article

The Mushrikin, with vague and vain arguments designed to overthrow the truth and a stubborn refusal to see it, claimed: (Nothing did Allah send down to any human being.) Although close to them in the Arabian Peninsula lived People of Scripture, the Jews, whom they acknowledged to be followers of a Divine Book, the Torah.

You are not a Messenger!

You are not a Messenger!

article

The disbelievers of Quraish tried to implant doubt in the heart of the Messenger of Allah (pbuh) and his followers by denying his prophethood altogether. They claimed that he (pbuh) was neither a prophet nor a messenger. 

Is this the one whom Allah has sent as a Messenger?

Is this the one whom Allah has sent as a Messenger?

article

The shallow criteria, such as power and wealth, by which the Quraish judged people barred them from the truth. Had the Qur’an been sent down to one of the chiefs of Quraish, perhaps they might have believed in it.

Has Allah sent a human Messenger?

Has Allah sent a human Messenger?

article

The disbelievers regarded it as incredible that Allah would send a human messenger. This delusion originated from their inability to appreciate their worth as human beings, and the honor that Allah has conferred upon humankind over His other creatures.

Definition of God in Islam

Definition of God in Islam

audio

GOD, by definition, is the only Sovereign, Self-Existing, non-created Being to whom everything else owes its existence and completely depends on for survival and power.

Non-Definition of the Word ‘God’ in atheism

Non-Definition of the Word ‘God’ in atheism

audio

Atheism, from the Greek word atheos (without God), is an attitude that denies or disbelieves in God’s existence; accordingly, no intelligent creator, no divine lawgiver, no ultimate judge of humanity’s actions, and nothing above or beyond this closed, natural, physical world exists. 

God’s Attributes According to Islam

God’s Attributes According to Islam

audio

God’s Names and Attributes are those qualities that give correct understanding of what God truly is. The Qur’an, Islam’s holy book, believed to be God’s final word, tells humanity what God is like and what He is not like.

Impossibility of God’s Attributes

Impossibility of God’s Attributes

audio

The belief in a supreme, unfathomable, invisible, or infinite being who is beyond man’s grasp constitutes atheism’s main argument against God’s existence.

Knowing God

Knowing God

audio

Islam teaches that what God’s Essence is or what He looks like should not be points of concern. Humans can relate to God through the ways in which He has chosen to be known and appreciated; namely, His Attributes as revealed in His Divine Words and His observable Actions and Fingerprints all over creation.

Creation of the Universe

Creation of the Universe

audio

The descriptions of creation in the Qur’an are primarily messages from God, rather than factual or historical accounts. They are intended to stimulate the readers or listeners into contemplating the order and magnificence of the universe and thinking about the Creator Who is behind it all. 

Uncaused or self-caused universe

Uncaused or self-caused universe

audio

For atheists, the universe and all that it contains is the product of mere chance, shaped by mindless, undirected processes of nature without plan, purpose, or meaning; and, ultimately, it does not point to the hand of a Creator.

The Staggering Complexity of a Living Cell

The Staggering Complexity of a Living Cell

audio

At the time of Darwin and his contemporaries, the cell appeared to be no more than a black spot under the simple light microscope, which was the first microscope to be used in the study of the cell. It consisted of a single, small, convex lens with 25-times magnification power.

Kinesin...The Cell’s Postal System

Kinesin...The Cell’s Postal System

audio

The motor protein kinesin carries cellular cargo along roadways in cells, called microtubules. In a sense, it acts like a postman delivering parcels inside the cell.

The Role of Science

The Role of Science

audio

Basically, science is about exploring and understanding the natural world through observation and experimentation. Diverse and infinite realities exist, both within and outside the reach of normal senses; and, it is through science that humans can learn about them to enhance their well-being.

Scientists’ Stance toward Religion

Scientists’ Stance toward Religion

audio

For most of history, up until the middle of the 19th century, science and religion were viewed as co-workers in the human quest for understanding, in which science served as an avenue to deeper faith in, and appreciation of, the Creator.

Today vs. the Past

Today vs. the Past

audio

A fundamental rift occurred in the West in the relationship between science and religion after the publication of Charles Darwin’s On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection in 1859, in which he argued that all life is the product of purely undirected natural forces – time, chance, and a process he called ‘natural selection and random mutations.’

What, Exactly, Is Life?

What, Exactly, Is Life?

audio

What is life? What is awareness? What is conscience? Or, more to the point, what makes something alive and conscious? Science still has no answers for these questions.

God’s Power of Creation and Creativity

God’s Power of Creation and Creativity

audio

Six major names and attributes of God as the Creator are stated in the Qur’an. Each of which provides a different aspect and insight into the divine power of creation and the composite process of creation, making it clear that every detail of creation was perfectly planned and performed directly by God, leaving nothing to chance or to someone or something else.

Flies Continue to Astonish

Flies Continue to Astonish

audio

“The brain of the fly performs a very sophisticated calculation, in a very short amount of time, to determine where the danger lies and exactly how to bank for the best escape, doing something different if the threat is to the side, straight ahead or behind.”

An Inevitable Point of Realization

An Inevitable Point of Realization

audio

It was narrated that a Bedouin was traveling on his camel when his camel suddenly dropped dead. He descended from the camel’s back and started circling it while meditatively saying: Why don’t you get up? Why don’t you come back to life?Here are your limbs! They are perfectly complete and your body is sound!

No Purposeful Origin

No Purposeful Origin

audio

Life loses its meaning and direction when God, the only source that can define the reason for life, is removed.

Worldview of World-Renowned Thinkers

Worldview of World-Renowned Thinkers

audio

“Modern man is the Cosmic Orphan because he has killed God. And, by doing so, he has reduced himself to an accident of nature. When he asks, Why? his cry is lost in the silence of the recesses of space. When he dies, he dies without hope. Thus, in killing God, modern man has killed himself as well.” -William L. Craig.

Purpose: Reason for Being

Purpose: Reason for Being

audio

Within every human is an innate desire for ultimate meaning and purpose. It cannot be escaped, as it goes to the root of human nature. Deep inside, humans want their lives to count for something much more than mere existence.

Running life with disregard to the maker’s instructions

Running life with disregard to the maker’s instructions

audio

Humans can only become the person God created them to be and live life to its best and fullest meaning when they apply the rules and standards their Maker has set out for them in His Book. It, alone, can bring them to the purest and highest state of being and give them the best possible direction, as indicated in the Qur’anic verse: “Indeed, this Qur’an guides to that which is most just and right.” (Qur’an 17:9)

The Concepts of Worship and Viceregency on Earth

The Concepts of Worship and Viceregency on Earth

audio

The Qur’anic statement, “To God we belong and to God is our return” (2:156) represents the Islamic map of life. It is an entire way of seeing and responding to the world, where life and every particle of it takes on direction, significance, and purpose when God is the beginning and the end.

No Time to Waste in Islam

No Time to Waste in Islam

audio

The minute a human is born, the clock of their life starts ticking down, and it does not stop. “O son of Adam!” Muslim Scholar Hasan Al-Basri explained. “You are but days. Every day that goes by, a part of you goes with it.”

The Primordial Nature of All Human Beings

The Primordial Nature of All Human Beings

audio

Very much at the center of understanding the human being in Islam is the concept of Fitrah. Fitrah is like having an innate inner compass that always points in the direction of what is right, true, and just.

Outlines of humanity in Islam

Outlines of humanity in Islam

audio

All humans, men and women, are descended from one soul: Adam (peace be upon him). From Adam, God created his wife, Eve (peace be upon her), and from them both He created the rest of the human race, which make all human beings equally valuable in His Sight, equally subject to His Sovereignty, equally deserving of His Grace, and equally accountable to Him for their deeds.

Personalities are like metals

Personalities are like metals

audio

Personalities are like metals. They need to be further refined into purer forms and fashioned into useful shapes.

Where Does Morality Come From?

Where Does Morality Come From?

audio

The entire concept of morality stems from the Islamic belief that humans are significant, that their behavior and actions will count and that the pattern of this entire universe is purposeful and balanced. Humankind is not a ship without a compass in the midst of a great storm, but is secured with a set of unchangeable norms for all possible moral situations.

Who Is to Say What Is Right or Wrong?

Who Is to Say What Is Right or Wrong?

audio

"..The concept of moral obligation [is] unintelligible apart from the idea of God. The words remain but their meaning is gone.’” – William Lane Craig.

Moral Rationale for Denial of God

Moral Rationale for Denial of God

audio

Atheism in its reality is a voluntary psychological position (and not a mental one) that a person adopts due to not wishing to imagine that there is a power above man to which he must submit and obey, and before which he will be accountable for his deeds.

The Problem of Evil

The Problem of Evil

audio

Atheism rejects the free will component, arguing that even if it provides a satisfactory explanation for moral evil produced by morally wrong human choices such as murder, adultery, and racism, it fails to address natural evil such as earthquakes, disease, hurricanes, and famines. This is because natural evil arises through no fault of humans, who are completely powerless to prevent it.

Mercy is the Base … and Forgiveness Is a Promise

Mercy is the Base … and Forgiveness Is a Promise

audio

In Islam, one of God’s most emphasized attributes is mercy. All the chapters of the Qur’an except one begin with the statement “In the Name of God, the Merciful, the Compassionate,” known as the Basmallah. The Basmallah is also the common statement that Muslims should recite before doing any action. It thus ingrains in them the confidence that God’s ultimate design for creation is one of care and mercy.

The only cause of evil

The only cause of evil

audio

Islam does not pass off all calamites as ‘trials,' but differentiates between punishments and trials. Trials are tests of character and faith; punishments are consequences of sins and transgressions.

God is there

God is there

audio

You are not more difficult to see than a black ant, scampering over a black rock, under the cover of the darkest of moonless nights.

Slave to Oneself

Slave to Oneself

audio

All humans, in the Qur’an’s own words, have a god – even if the god is the person himself. “Have you seen the one who takes as his god his own desire?” (Qur’an 24:43)

No One to Thank

No One to Thank

audio

The Qur’an wonders in what areas and in what ways humans rely on their own strength when they fail to acknowledge God as the Giver, saying: “O humankind! What has made you careless concerning your Lord, the Most Generous?” (Qur’an 82:6)

Islam’s Way to Find God

Islam’s Way to Find God

audio

There are traces of past and present creations everywhere — are they meaningless or living signs of a Creator God?

Never will we show belief until we have a share of your prophethood

Never will we show belief until we have a share of your prophethood

article

The Mushrikin of Makkh considered it beneath them to declare belief in Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) and submit like the rest of the people. They placed themselves in the position of gods and gave their followers laws to follow and obey. Arrogance and authority inhibited them from accepting Islam for fear of becoming servants of Allah like the rest of ordinary people.

Shall we believe in you while you are followed by the lowest of people?

Shall we believe in you while you are followed by the lowest of people?

article

The followers of Muhammad (pbuh), mostly the poor and slaves, were a subject of ridicule and laughter for the strong, wealthy chiefs of Quraish. They arrogantly said, “Had it been good that to which Muhammad is calling us, such people as Bilal, Suhaib, and ‘Ammar would not have preceded us to it.”

We will make you our king

We will make you our king

article

He said, “Behind me is that I heard a saying which, I swear by Allah, the like of it I have never heard. By Allah it is not poetry, or magic, or soothsaying. O people of Quraish, obey me and lay it on me. Do not come between this man and what he is in. Withdraw from him. By Allah, the saying I heard from him will be a great event. Should the Arabs defeat him, others than you will rid you of him. Should he triumph over the Arabs, his supremacy will be yours, his glory will be yours, and you will be the most fortunate of all people by him.”

You are not a Messenger!

You are not a Messenger!

article

The disbelievers of Quraish tried to implant doubt in the heart of the Messenger of Allah (pbuh) and his followers by denying his prophethood altogether. They claimed that he (pbuh) was neither a prophet nor a messenger. 

Has Allah sent a human Messenger?

Has Allah sent a human Messenger?

article

The disbelievers regarded it as incredible that Allah would send a human messenger. This delusion originated from their inability to appreciate their worth as human beings, and the honor that Allah has conferred upon humankind over His other creatures. It also originated from their inability to understand the nature of the universe and that of angels.

Learning My Salah

Learning My Salah

book

Salah is the cornerstone of Islam and its second pillar. A person’s Islam is incomplete unless they perform Salah.

God Or No God: Islamic Viewpoint vs. Atheist Viewpoint

God Or No God: Islamic Viewpoint vs. Atheist Viewpoint

book

The first thoughts that cross our minds when holding something new or unique in our hands are: What is it for? How and why it came here? To whom does it belong? These questions cut straight to the essence of our being: Did we come from nothing, by nothing, and for nothing? Or are we here by design to achieve something worthwhile?

Lower your Wing

Lower your Wing

book

Like a bird coming down from sky to earth that slows its wing beats and lowers them to gently touch land so was the Command of ALLAH (Glorified be He) to His Messenger (peace and blessings be upon him) regarding believers: (And lower your wing to those of the believers who follow you) (Ash-Shu‘ara’ 26: 215).