Umm Saad lends meaning to your Tasbeehaat and Dhikr. "The most beautiful names belong to Allah (swt), so call on Him by them..." (Al-Araf 7:180).
In words and action, Umm Saad tells us of the true meaning of Iman.
Munqidh As-Saqqar presents the Islamic perspective on the seemingly harmless act of joking.
Umm Saad highlights the noble mannerism and grace portrayed by Allah's Messenger (sa) in times when ignorance and indecency was rife.
Tasneem Vali tells the story of Yusuf Bin Tashfin - a Moravid king of Northern Africa, who "saved Muslims from themselves"
Salam means peace and peace is dear to Allah (swt), writes Atefa Jamal.
A concoction for peace and tranquility in our hearts put together to address lifes’ stress and strife - written by Alia Adil.
Farah Najam enumerates strategies experts suggest for aiding our youth in effective conflict resolving.
Naba Basar explains why this milk product should be a part of everyone's diet.
Farah Najam takes us on a journey through the Abode of Peace.
How can men contribute towards building a stress free and blissful ambiance, when they return home to their better halves? Rana Rais Khan offers some advice...
Affaf Jamal offers a selection of advice for building up your child's physical fitness.
Ayesha Ashraf Jangda introduces the concept of Ijarah and describes its rules and regulations.
Let's accept remorse kindly, suggests Uzma Rizvi.
Roomana Rais Khan familiarizes us with ‘the sword of Allah (swt)’ on earth.
Affaf Jamal lists valuable guidelines for making the most of your Quran reading experience.
Mahwash Ajaz's diary entry draws laughs and tears.