This article will break down the meaning of the Arabic term “Allah.” Read to learn all about its etymology, pronunciation, and more.
By Samuel Gonzalez Introduction In contemporary debates dealing with the subject of religion and violence, it is especially imperative for the followers of the three major faiths - Islam, Judaism, and Christianity - to know their Holy Scriptures. The Noble Qur’an, in...
Learn about ways we can cope with grief and the loss of a loved one in Islam according to the Quran and Sunnah.
People tend to fear death because it is an unknown experience. Learn what the Quran and Sunnah say about the concept of death in Islam.
Memorizing Quran is encouraged and rewarded in Islam. Read to learn a few helpful techniques that will help you in your journey to memorize the Quran.
Being patient is a quality of a true believer and benefits us in all aspects of life. Learn what the Quran says about patience and its value.
Allah directly commands us to honor our parents. Learn more about what the Quran says about the value of parents and respecting them.
In this article, we will look at four characters from the Noble Qur’an and examine what we can learn from their examples as parents.
Mothers are held in the highest esteem in the religion of Islam. Learn what the Quran and Hadith say about the importance and value of mothers.
The importance of love in Islam is undeniable. Learn what the Quran says about how to love Allah.
Prophet Jesus is an impoirtant figure in Islam. Read all the Quranic verses pertaining to him, and learn what Allah says about Jesus.
Read this week’s blog post to learn about the complex nature of Arabic, and Quranic Arabic.
It’s Christmastime for Christians all over the world. But what is the story of Christmas – the birth of Jesus – in Islam?
Learn about the root of As-Salaam and why Allah is referred to as this beautiful name.
What do you know about Allah’s creation the ‘jinn’? Learn more about it in this week’s blog!
Made from light and older than human beings, angels are said to have assisted Allah in the creation of the universe and continue to fulfill their assigned tasks, from the miniscule to the cosmic.
The Islamic tradition has spilled much ink over the issue of marriage – from sufis who have detailed the more mystical aspects of this sacred union to the jurists and lawyers who have extrapolated permissible acts and limitations from the Quran and Hadith Literature, it is no understatement to say that marriage is a salient and irreplaceable unit of society.
One of the most beautiful things in this world given to mankind by Allah is marriage. Having someone to confide in, grow with, learn from, cry to, and so much more is an experience that can help one get closer to Allah. That being said, not all marriages end well due to many reasons.
Among the Arabs during the time of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh.), poetry was as popular as music and social media are today, and eloquence was seen as a God-given ability solely reserved for those destined for greatness. However, although Arabic reigned supreme among the world’s known languages at the time, it had never met a challenger as expressive, persuasive, and articulate as the Noble Quran.
Tajweed is a familiar term with those that have learned to recite the Quran. The pure meaning of the word is ‘to perfect, to beautify, or to improve’. In Islam, it is a set of rules to help readers recite the Quran in the same way that Prophet Muhammed (pbuh) learned from Jibrael.
With the knowledge and confidence that Allah hears us, here are seven duas that we can pray and reflect on that will help us through challenging times.
The heart, usually qalb in Arabic, refers to both the corporeal heart that pumps blood and the ethereal heart that controls one’s spiritual state. The literal meaning of the word qalb means ‘to turn’ which describes how the heart constantly turns or changes to different states.
n the Quran, the surahs are organized neither chronologically nor thematically, but roughly by length, from longest to shortest. Some surahs have a lot of ayahs, or verses, but just because a surah has many verses, that doesn’t always mean it is longer than a surah with less verses.
Depending on who you ask, Jesus might be the pre-existent son of God, an illuminated spiritual teacher, a reincarnation of the Buddha, a prophet, or a mythological reprint of the man-god archetype. Read this post to learn what the Quran says about Jesus.
Arabic is one of the world’s greatest languages, with expansive vocabulary, gorgeous calligraphy, and rich history. It is considered the most important language in the Semitic family, due to its large number of speakers. Read on to learn about all the types of Arabic.
The Quran is a compilation of stories and teachings, with guidance from Allah told in the span of 114 chapters, each with varying lengths and verses.
While all surahs in the Most Noble Quran are saturated with power when read, memorized, or recited, there are some surahs which are given more importance in the canonical literature of the sunnah.
Here Allah states that the Quran is a guide, which means it helps Muslims stay on the right path. Here we have some surahs that should read daily by Muslims. Sign up now!
Here are ten duas found in the Quran that Muslims can use to pray to Allah Muslims use the Quran as a guide to help navigate through all aspects of life. Sign up now!
In Islam, good character means, to embody godly justice & righteousness, to exhibit the moral qualities exhibited by the Prophet Muhammad, and to show kindness to all living things. Sign up now!
In this verse, Allah is saying that the Quran is meant to be read and recited in sections. That people are meant to hear it, and learn from it, over time. Sign up now!
Hebrew is the more ancient language but Arabic has preserved much more of its linguistic roots, however, both of them share a common ancestor. Sign up now!
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The virtues and power of dua shines throughout the Quran, whether it be in the stories of the prophets or every moment that Allah (swt) calls upon us to reach out to Him. Sign up now!
“Kind words and forgiveness are better than charity followed by injury. And Allah is Self-Sufficient, Most Forbearing.” Subscribe to our Quranic courses now!
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To experience negative emotions is part and parcel of being human. Emotions such as sadness or grief are not weakness nor an issue of faith. Sign up now!
Moses’ story does not end with his escape from Pharaoh. He now has to ensure his people stay on the right path by teaching them about their lord. Sign up now!
Moses’ mission to guide the Pharaoh and save the children of Israel is commonly known. The Quran goes into detail of Moses’ experience during his mission. Sign up now!
Moses (pbuh) is well-known in modern society as a religious figure within the Abrahamic faiths. Subscribe to our Quranic courses now!
In this blog, we explore five Quran verses about depression. Since these Quranic verses deal with emotions closely connected to depression. Subscribe to our Quranic courses now!
Zakat is one of the five pillars of Islam. However, it is not the Zakat al-Fitr that is obligatory as part of Ramadan. Read the blog and subscribe our Quranic courses now!In this article, we will share the facts about Zakat al-Fitr, why it is compulsory, how to fulfil this task, and who is eligible to fulfil it.
May Allah Bless us with emaan, intelligence, the ability to ponder over His Words, learn from the wise and give us the ability to think. Subscribe to our Quranic courses now!
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Zakkariyya goes out to the people and he goes up to the Mehrab, and he points to them and says, “Praise Allah in the morning and in the evening”. Sign up now!
The Quran was first revealed during the month of Ramadan, the ninth month of the Islamic Lunar Calendar. This blessed month is known by many Muslims today as the month of Fasting.
Listen to an Audio Reflection from Imam Adam Jamal on Surah Maryam. Following up on our previous reflection from Surah Maryam, what is it that keeps us from making that plea to Allah?
Listen to an Audio Reflection from Imam Adam Jamal on Surah Maryam verses 1-5. There is a sense of greatness, of might, to this call. Sign up now!
The Most Beautiful Names Belong to Allah. Allah has 99 names, and each and every one of them has a purpose, a meaning, and should be understood to the best of our abilities.