Everything in life has a purpose. Be it the pen that we use or the dress we wear, nothing has ever existed without a purpose! Allah (Glory be to Him), who is the All-Knower and All-Seer of all things, has created us and we too have some purpose, the purpose of existence. If you ask anyone about the purpose of eating
Man always looks for what benefits him and what protects him from harm. However, to accomplish this, man must be able to realize what is harmful. He must then know whom he should need, trust, and love so that he can attain what is beneficial as well as to feel good about his choice. He also must know the proper
Islam is both belief and laws, in which Allah and His Messenger have told us what is halal and what is haram, morals and good manners, acts of worship and how to interact with people, rights and duties, and scenes of the resurrection. When Allah completed this religion, He chose it to be the way of life for all of mankind until the Hour
The 6 Articles of Faith are Islamically called as Arkan E Eeman/Imaan or the 6 pillars of Eeman. The 6 articles of faith comes in a famous hadith called as The Hadith of Jibreel or Hadees E Jibreel. In the hadith of the Gabriel (Gibreel), related by 'Umar ibn al-Khattab (R), a companion of the Prophet Muhammad (May Allah honour Him and grant
Allah's Rights upon His creation are the rights that must be kept the most. Allah (Glory be to Him) is the sole Creator and Sustainer of the universe. He is the Almighty who created everything with absolute wisdom. Allah (Glory be to Him) is the One who initiated every being from nothing. He is the One who protects humans in their mothers' wombs, as infants, as children and as adults.
The Qur'an and Sunnah have provided a number of guidelines for what is allowed for Muslims to eat and what is not, and thus, Muslim dietary practice is directly related to divine obedience. Practicing Muslims obey Allah by following these guidelines, and thus they are rewarded for this, as following the guidelines of the religion is considered worship. ....
There is no doubt that the knowledge of Islamic ‘AQEEDAH is the basic knowledge which deserves full attention in order to be learned, taught and acted upon, so that actions may become correct and acceptable to Allah, the Mighty and Majestic and beneficial to the doers. Especially since this is the time whereby deviated movements have spread,
The Nullifiers of Islam("Nawaaqid-ul-Islam") are the things that invalidate Islam. They have been called "Nullifiers"because if a person commits any one of them, his Islam and Religion become cancelled, and he goes from being a Muslim and a believer to being from among those who commit Shirk (associating partners) and worship idols. We ask Allah (Glory be to Him) for His Safety and Protection.
Every day, every moment we human get various thoughts and various questions in our mind, one of them is Does life after death exists? Why do we need a life after death (Hereafter)? Let us analyse the reasons of possibility of life after death in the following article with an open mind. We need a life after death, because complete justice cannot be established in this world. Let us see few examples.
The importance of equality is simply to ensure that all people have the same rights as each other person, that no person with any difference, no person with any disability, no race, no sex, no man, woman or child would be treated any different to any other man woman or child, in any country or anywhere in the world.



The sins, mistakes or crimes of a person may not deserve to be forgiven but those who believe in Allah (Glory be to Him) are always hopeful for His Mercy, as Allah (Glory be to Him) says [interpretation of the meaning],"…your Lord has written (prescribed) Mercy for Himself, so that if any of you does evil in ignorance, and thereafter repents and does righteous good deeds (by obeying Allah), then surely, He is Oft-Forgiving, Most Merciful" Qur'an.Surah An'am 6:54.



Charity means something given to help the needy by giving money, food, etc. There are two forms of charity in Islam - obligatory and voluntary, called zakathand sadaqa respectively. Zakah, from the verb zaka, which signifies "to thrive," "to be wholesome," "to be pure" means purification. Giving up of a portion of the wealth one may possess in excess of what is needed for sustenance, is to "purify" or legalize it so that the remainder may lawfully be used by the alms giver.



For a Muslim who doesn't want to go astray, it is necessary to refer to the Qur'aan and Sunnah of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) for all the matters. Allah says in the Qur'an: "O you who believe! Obey Allah and the Messenger and those of you (Muslims) who are in authority. (And) if you differ in anything amongst yourselves, refer it to Allah and His Messenger (peace be upon him), if you believe in Allah and in the Last Day. That is better and more suitable for final determination." Qur'an Surah Nisa 4:59



It is a book which is most widely read in the World. It contains all the information which is necessary for the success in both the worlds. It is structured in such a way that can be understood in the context. It also joins one incident with other, simple information to a detailed one.