Are we inherently inclined towards evil? No, argues Laila Brence.
How did Satan attack the Prophet (sa)? Atefa Jamal takes us back in time.
Should we or should we not resort to economic boycott when all else fails? Lamya Almas presents her case!
Sadaf Farooqi takes a look at the avenues through which Satan attacks us most effectively.
Rana Rais Khan details specific characteristics of Satan, as mentioned in the Quran.
The Satanism movement, established somewhere in the 1700s, accepts Satan and all his qualities as a guide or model for daily living. Rana Rais Khan looks at how this movement has fared through the years.
Body modification is also, as Satan himself promised, a means of following one’s desires, in order to change whatever one wants in one’s natural physical form created by Allah (swt), explains Sadaf Farooqi.
Want to start a home-based business? Noorjehan Arif tells you how.
Ruhie Jamshed presents practical solutions to ensure Satan stays outside our homes.
Farah Najam presents strategies to brush up children's writing skills.
Nazish Shekha presents some cautions against shisha smoking.
Kiran Ansari presents handy tips on inculcating contentment in kids.
Abeerullah Nadeem analyzes the flip side of video games.
Hafsa Ahsan details Satan's schemes to create rifts between spouses.
My educational environment entails mixed gender situations, and sometimes I feel highly uncomfortable with my fellow female students, especially when we have to work closely.
The warm welcome of Muslims filled Amr's heart (rta) with a great love for the Prophet (sa) and his companions. From that day onwards, he wholeheartedly devoted all his efforts to the cause of Islam.
“Here I am, O Allah! Here I am!” echoed in my heart, my mind and soul all in unison. For the first time in my life I experienced unadulterated rapture. Tasneem Vali shares her Hajj diary.
Dr. Farhana Azim shares her post-Hajj reflections.
Naureen Aqueel and Ayesha Nasir elaborate Satan's schemes for the youth.