Rana Khan looks at the life and times of Prophet Isa (as).
A brief introduction to Imam Mahdi!
Some revelations of imagery used in popular culture, however, do give one the creeps, write Hooruneen Sheikh and Binte Aqueel.
It is pivotal to understand that Surat Al-Kahf is not just a magical spell that will serve as a shield against the Antichrist. Rather, the comprehension of its underlying meaning and application of the suggested measures will save us from Dajjal, writes Umm Isam.
When we changed our inner self as an individual, Allah (swt) changed our exterior-self as a nation, writes Rahila Aziz.
Tasneem Vali and Sadaf Farooqi transcribe and compile a very important lecture of Dr. Israr Ahmed about the advent of Dajjal.
A detailed hadith, recorded in Sahih Muslim, gives out important information about the Dajjal.
We must have the correct information about Dajjal from authentic sources. And we must know how to handle this information, writes Hafsa Ahsan.
Laila Brence details the concept of war, as found in Christianity.
Mr. Raziuddin Syed takes a look at some of the major signs of the Day of Judgement and the coming of Dajjal.
Mr. Raziuddin Syed analyzes a look at the concept of Armageddon!
Ruhie Jamshed reflects upon life as a Muslim in Singapore.
The modern hospital has its roots in the Bimaristans, as established by the Abbasids in Baghdad, writes Saulat Pervez.
Teenagers today have their own cell phone with unlimited texting and web surfing. While there are some advantages to being in touch with young adults via technology, the prospects are scary, writes Kiran Ansari.
One of the negative trends mostly ‘brushed under the carpet’ in Pakistan are extra-marital affairs, commonly known in international media as ‘cheating’, writes Sadaf Farooqi.
Umm Isam continues her inspirational series, based on Sean Covey's best-seller by the same name.
There are a multitude of Quran classes going on these days. If you are one of those who would like to initiate one among your social circle, here are five tips you might find handy.
Abu Zakariya reflects upon his path towards earning Halal Rizq.
May Allah (swt) grant us the patience to forgive others and the ability to turn our foes into our friends, writes Alia Adil.
The next time you feel sad and glum (or even happy) and you want to share your feelings, just make a direct call to Allah (swt), suggests Binte Aqueel.
Snippets from the lives of our pious predecessors who serve as a role model for us today!
Reviews of the latest must-reads on your book shelf,
This article has been compiled from a workshop titled “Concept of Punishment in Islam” conducted by Mr. Asim Ismail (firstname.lastname@example.org) at “Reflections” school.
Do you lie awake at night? Amber Saleem has some handy tips to help you fall into a deep sleep.