August 2005


Letters to the Editor

On nun and hijab, hadith references, late marriages, marriage age and many more…


Never In, to be Going Out

With the pathetic inner weaknesses of the Muslims over the world, their orphanhood (in terms of political leadership), and religious leadership in a state of stupefaction, the attacks on Islam and Muslims that had remained confined to drawing rooms, corridors, private meetings and

The Qur’an

Verses from Surah Yunus (41 – 54)

[41] If they reject you (O Muhammad) tell them, ‘For you your deeds and for me my deeds. You are free of any… more »
The Hadith

Ahadith that Use Number Three

Herewith such reports of the Prophet as use number three.  A reason behind such a presentation is to dispel the idea that the… more »

Sait Sahib: A Beacon of Unity in a World of Chaos

Ebrahim Sulaiman Sait had, through his exemplary activism towards just arbitration, both on the national and international stage, shown that it was still possible, in these difficult,


King Faisal Foundation and Its Awards

In 1976, the sons of late King Faisal established a large-scale philanthropic organization based in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, and named it after their father as King Faisal Foundation


Dr. Jaferi Siddique

Two personal recollections of the late psychiatrist, businessman and educationist, Dr. Siddique Jafferi,


Seeking Knowledge…! Seeking Allah!

In Islam great emphasis is given to the acquisition of knowledge in one’s life. Many verses in the Qur’an emphasize the importance of learning in one’s life. The first revelation of the


Shaikh Yusuf Al-Qaradawi’s Approach to Shia-Sunni Dialogue

The Qatar-based Shaikh Yusuf al-Qaradawi is considered to be one of the world’s leading Islamic scholars.