Umm Saad lends meaning to your Tasbeehat and Dhikr. "The most beautiful names belong to Allah, so call on Him by them." (Surah Al-Araf 7:180).
Naba Basar brings to light the serious challenge of resisting suicide in today's disturbed and fast paced society.
Umm Saad tells us how the Prophet (sa) was a simple man, yet his enemies trembled before him.
Rym Aoudia tells us about a Muslim thinker whose thoughts still echo today.
Kiran Ansari writes about guidelines to decorating a Muslim home that invites Allah Al-Jameel’s blessings upon us, without bordering on extravagance and ostentation.
Farah Zahidi-Moazzam defines Dawah - the responsibility of each and every Muslim
A wise man will be master of his mind, a fool will be its slave, states Farah Najam.
Dr. Sabheen Riaz Khan provides us with the benefits of aloe vera
Bushra Anwar gives us a glance into the charms and attractions of Iran
Rana Rais Khan reveals that working smarter, and not harder, will work wonders for your marital life!
Islam has imparted clear guidelines on intimate matters. It is time for us to get rid of the cultural baggage that divests appropriate education to children, writes Rana Rais Khan
After introducing the Musharakah and Murabaha tools of Islamic finance, Sumaira Dada moves on to discuss the Mudarabah model of business.
Do you love backbiting? Your love may turn into hate, after hearing what Atefa Jamal has to say
Mehreen Ganny introduces an outstanding Muslim scholar, who was the first person to translate the Quran into a foreign language (Persian) and who contributed immensely towards the development of a Muslim state
If you go long enough without a bath even the fleas will leave you alone, cautions Naba Basar.