Search Results for Sameen Ahmed Khan — 10 articles


Feature

Let us Plan for Ramadan-ul-Mubarak

In this short article, SAMEEN AHMED KHAN offers some tips for making the month of Ramadan-ul-Mubarak as productive as possible.

Environment

2013 UNESCO Sultan Qaboos Prize for Environmental Preservation

The 2013 UNESCO Sultan Qaboos Award for Environment Preservation for 2013 has been jointly awarded to the National Forest Holding State Forests in… more »
Science

2015 as the International Year of Light and Light-based Technologies

The year 2015 represents over ten centuries, since the publication of the great works on optics by the medieval Arab scholars, during the… more »
Book Review

International Year of Light and Light-based Technologies

The book traces the history of optics from the early Egyptian and Greek civilizations to the present.

Feature

The Structure of the Qur’an

A knowledge of the Arabic language is extremely essential to understand the Holy Qur’an, the Divine Message from the Creator of the Universe.

Society

Role of Mosque and Education in Islam

In the early Islamic period, the Masjid served many purposes, and took on a comprehensive role in the lives of Muslims.

Profile

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

Profile

Ahmed Deedat: A Life in Da’wah

For a period spanning more than half a century missionaries of Christianity were unsettled by few other names than that of Ahmed Hoosen Deedat of Durban,

Profile

Mahmood Khan: A Freedom Fighter

The struggle for India’s independence brought into limelight iconic leaders and brave heroes whom we honour.

Profile

Ahmed Deedat and the Contradictions of Christianity

Deedat absolved the Christian brethren of the guilt of having created the cheap salvation theory of Christianity. They had, in fact, been brain washed or ‘programmed’ for two

Editorial

Abul Hasan Ali Nadwi: A Man of Peace in a Century of Turmoil (Part II)

In 1939 he met another important figure of the century, Mawlana Manzoor Ahmed No’mani. The Mawlana had read his Seerat Sayyid Ahmed Shaheed and had asked him through a letter if, beyond words,

Editorial

Abul Hasan Ali Nadwi: A Man of Peace in a Century of Turmoil (Part III)

With the travel expenses jointly arranged by his brother and Sheikh al-Hadith (Mawlana Zakariyyah), he traveled to Egypt. Cairo then (1951) was a galaxy of scholars, literary masters and Shuyukh. Some of those living in Cairo at that time were greatest figures of the Islamic world: Dr. Ahmed Amin Bek,

Event

Mission Ethical 2015: National Conference on Importance of Ethical Economic System and Halal Products for Humanity

Organized by The Indian Muslim Chamber of Commerce and Industry (IMCCI) and Shariah Board for Economics and Halal services.

Book Review

Nature and the Qur’an

Book: Nature and the Qur’an Author: S. Tahsin Ahmed Reviewer: Dr. Abdul Ghaffar Khan Publisher: Academy Publishers, B’lore Pages: 145, Photos: 10, Year:… more »
Editorial

Abul Hasan Ali Nadwi: A Man of Peace in a Century of Turmoil (Part I)

Some seventy km off Lucknow (capital of Uttar Pradesh – India), lies a district in the north-west called Rae Bareli. A winding narrow path on the north-eastern flank of the town, across the agricultural fields, meadows and shrubs, insects and surprise birds,

Report

4th South India NGOs Conference, Bangalore

The CIGMA Foundation and Lead Trust organized the 4th South India NGOs Conference (14-15th March 2015) in Bangalore

Report

HBS Hospital’s Frontier Heart & Lung Centre

A Proud Achievement By the Humble, for the Humble.

Art & Architecture

Islamic Art of North Karnataka

Royal patronage played an important role in the making of Islamic art, as it has in the arts of other culture.

Perspective

Gaza’s Resistance Will Not be Crushed

In Gaza, the past and the present are intertwined. Israel is united by the same purpose: crushing anyone who dares to resist. Palestinians in Gaza are also united with a common threat: their resistance, which, despite impossible odds seems likely to intensify.

Letters

Letters to the Editor

On grave covering, in the name of salaf, what is riba, the mahdi, women into mosques and many more …