It is important for Muslims to know all the aspects of Hajj, in order to ensure that it will be accepted by Allah (swt), once they do perform it, writes Sadaf Farooqi.
Ayesha Nasir reviews an amazing book written by Khurram Murad.
At the end of the day, if a teacher is really willing to work with these children and ensure that they graduate after having learnt something, he/she can definitely do wonders with his/her students.
Overeating is strongly discouraged in both the Quran and the Sunnah. The Quran says: “…eat of the Tayyibat (good lawful things) wherewith We have provided you, and commit no transgression or oppression therein.” (Ta-Ha, 20:81)
Keeping a positive outlook and faith in Allah (swt) will give the family of the deceased child the necessary strength for going through the grieving process, writes Ruhie Jamshed.
Culinary expert Naheed Ansari gives us some delicious chicken recipes to jazz up our daily meals.
Noorjehan Arif explores the stigma attached to the idea of re-marriage of widows and widowers.
Despite the pain of any tragedy, we must remember that other people are tested by even worse circumstances and situations. As hard as it may be, we need to practice Sabr and keep our faith in Allah (swt).
Adapted from “Sunehray Faislay” published by Darussalam. Translated by Rana Rais Khan.
In the final article of the home business series, Noorjehan Arif explains the why and how of a business plan.
May Allah (swt) shower His Rahmah on our parents and forgive the Muslimeen, Ameen. Do remember Abba in your Duas.
For teenagers, life is no more a play ground. In fact, it’s a jungle out there. You might be familiar with some of the struggles faced today globally by the youth. Believe me - you are not alone.
Javeria Elahi is a young, Muhajjbah student of fashion design at one of the private universities in Karachi. “Hiba” got in touch with her to know more about how she intends to pursue her chosen career.
May you and your loved ones all live in Islam and die in faith, and may you all meet Allah (swt) with a sound heart. Ameen.
I have started adoring one of my friends (among boys). He has expressed his wish to marry me. We are both eighteen. Is it Haram to wish to marry someone?
It is a duty of every Muslim to make a will, and it should not to be neglected because life and death has no guarantees, cautions Ayesha Ashraf Jangda.
They were well-prepared, yet fearful. We are unprepared, yet relaxed!
Zainub Razvi presents handy tips to ensure that we are not misled by the mass media, and that we refrain from the propagation of false or speculative news to others.
Allah’s Messenger (sa) said: “When a man dies, his good deeds come to an end, except three: ongoing charity, beneficial knowledge and righteous offspring, who will pray for him.” (Muslim)
What does it take to handle suffering and grief? Is there a special diet, some magic Mantra, laughter therapy or nerves of steel? Rana Rais Khan explores.
Iqra Asad presents a collection of hadiths describing the punishments of the grave and how to save oneself from them.
Naba Basar takes an in-depth look at the burial rites as explained in the Quran and Sunnah.
Laila Brence and Naba Basar specify certain guidelines to which we should pay attention, when visiting the graveyard.
What are the innovated yet prevalent customs during funerals? Uzma Jawed takes a look.