Alhumdulillah, keeping within the boundaries of Shariah, we can enjoy and make the most of our shopping sprees, encourages Ofaira Hussain.
What do you see, when you think of fun and entertainment? What images and ideas come into your mind? What feelings do they evoke?
In this age of materialism and heightened individualism, selfless efforts are rare gems. One family that has become a paragon of such values is the Edhis.
A political leader has been assassinated. Civic life has come to a standstill and people are stuck at home. What to do? Sadaf Farooqi offers some solutions.
Under the present conditions, however, there is no need for an armed struggle; indeed, such a struggle is not likely to succeed, writes Dr. Israr Ahmed.
We must remember that Allah (swt) is Al-Wadud (The Loving One). He puts smiles on our faces because He loves us.
It is imperative to know what Allah (swt) and His Messenger (sa) tell us about celebrating our moments of happiness.
Sumaira Dada discusses arrogance.
Are you wasting a much-sought-after seat in a professional college? Hafsa Ahsan reflects on this worrisome trend.
The circadian clock is a sign of Allah (swt) in our own selves, explains Ofaira Hussain.
If Hafsa (rta), Umar’s (rta) daughter, could tame her ego and temper just like her father did, why can’t we? Kulsoom Omar asks.
You do not need a university degree or a lucrative career for being creative with your kids, emphasizes Kiran Ansari.
What does islam-qa.com rule about clapping?
Everyone keeps telling my mother that I will never get married, because of my dark colour and average looks. I am very depressed and hurt. Please, help.
I am sick of being pushed around and now feel very depressed. What should I do?
Abu Ubaidah (rta) is one of the ten companions, to whom the Prophet (sa) publicly promised Paradise, writes Laila Brence.
Be your own person, instructs Mahwash Ajaz.
Umm Isam relates a life-changing experience.