Marriage in Islam.
Examples of acts that lead to division and hatred that are prohibited in Islam.
Interactions between Muslims and Non-Muslims.
Features of Islamic teachings.
Advice upon entering Islam.
Eleven facts about Jesus (Peace be upon him) and his mother Mary in the Islamic Teachings.
This book is directed to Muslim parents devoted in teaching faith to their children in the times of globalization and unlimited access - through technology - to all that is confusing and/or contradictory to the Islamic faith.
Islam is the religion of Allah that was sent with all of the Prophets, starting with Prophet Adam and which was followed by subsequent Prophets, from Noah to Abraham, Moses to Jesus and all the way to our Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). This is why we believe in and love all of the Prophets and Messengers. They all came with the same message to worship Allah alone. They came with Islam.
Fast of Ramadan: Once each year, Muslims are commanded to fast for an entire month from dawn to sunset.
Seerah is defined as the life or way the Prophet (PBUH) lived, a collection of narrations about the people and events surrounding the Prophet (PBUH) arranged in a chronological order.
As Muslims, we believe that Allah is the sole creator of the universe, and that He created us to worship Him alone, and that we must obey Him according to what He taught us in His Book and the guidance of His final Messenger Muhammad. This is the path to true happiness and success in this life and the next.
Islam is not just a set of rituals to be completed but an entire way of life. It provides a complete structure and guidance for every aspect of a person’s life. This can be proven by even a cursory study of the lessons found in our sources - the Quran and Sunnah.