The conversion of a prominent English lady journalist, Yvonne Ridley, to Islam is not something ignorable in the recent history. By embracing Islam a few years back, Ridley has, in fact, stunned the Western world.
Pity the nation that has lost its youth to senseless pursuits, where the price of bread is ten times more than the SMS package offered by cellular phone companies – targeting the teens and tweens of Pakistan.
American Muslims reflect upon life in USA - immediately after 9/11 and a decade later.
At a time post 9/11, when Islam was under intense scrutiny throughout the world and especially in the West, it was heart-warming yet mind-boggling how it still attracted young women with such vigour.
How has 9/11 transformed the life of secular Muslims? Ruhie Jamshed takes a look.
Rana Rais Khan's editorial on 9/11 and its aftermath.
Dr. Bilal Philips urges us to derive spiritual benefits from Ramadan rather than fall prey to cultural practices.
Founded in 700 BC, Samarkand was one of the main centres of Iranian civilization from its early days, writes Umm Ibrahim.
Controlling comes to many parents naturally and quite spontaneously, regardless of the age of the child. When is it time to let go?
Great marriages are not a case of accidents. They are achievements one has to strive for, sometimes even for years, writes Umm Zahrah.
Laylat-ul-Qadr is THE event of the year! Don’t miss it!
Mashal Tayyab reflects upon Eid - then and now!
Do you want to increase the quality of your Salah? Umm Zahra has some solutions.
Inspiring snippets from the life of our predecessors.
Excerpt from Suleman Ahmer's best-seller, "The Embattled Innocence".
Rayed Afzal narrates a journey which has turned much of the typical syllabus books of social studies into a pleasure reading for his daughters.
Snippets from Dr. Al-Arifi's best-selling book "Enjoy Your Life" published by Darussalam.
Reviews of the latest must-reads!
Hina Jamal traces the origins and technicalities of calligraphy.
Amber Saleem presents home and herbal remedies to treat dengue.
Abdullah Hamid Ali and Naureen Aqueel take a look at Live Deen and the kind of work it is doing.