History


Prophet Muhammad: Historical Fact or Fiction?

Despite the very authentic historicity of the life and achievements of Prophet Muhammad, upon whom be peace, vested academic interests have throughout the… more »

Inventors in the Islamic Civilisation (Part-2)

List of Inventors in the Islamic Civilisation and their contributions to the world.

Battle of the Somme: General Haig’s Murderous ‘Great Push Forward’

Exactly 100 years ago, General Douglas Haig, launched a major offensive in Département de la Somme, France.

The Fourth of the Four: Caliph`Alib. AbiTalib (d. 40AH)

The life of Khalifah‘Ali b. AbiTalib, the fourth of the first four rightly guided Caliphs of Islam.

The Fourth of the Four: Caliph Ali b. Abi Talib (Part-2)

The life of Khalifah Ali Bin Abi Talib(r.a), the fourth of the first four rightly guided Caliphs of Islam

The Third of the Four: Caliph Uthman b. `Affan (d. 35H)

The life of Khalifah Uthman Bin ‘Affan, the third of the first four rightly guided Caliphs of Islam.

The Four Caliphs (Part 7)

‘Umar B. Al Khattab – Part 7 of the series on the First Four Rightly Guided Caliphs of Islam

How the Muslims Killed Dracula

Sultan Mehmet II and Radu cel Frumos were perhaps the first and only true vampire hunters in history.

The Second of the Four: Caliph `Umar b. al-Khattab (d. 23AH)

The life of Umar b. al-Khattab, part of the series on the first four Rightly Guided Caliphs of Islam.

The First of the Four: Caliph Abu Bakr Al-Siddiq (d. 13H) – Part 5

The concluding account of the life and times of the first successor of the Prophet (saws) Caliph Abu Bakr.

The First of the Four: Caliph Abu Bakr al-Siddiq – (Part 4)

Abu Bakr’s campaign against the Romans and the circumstances surrounding the same is the highlight of this fourth installment of this serial feature.

The First of the Four: Caliph Abu Bakr al-Siddiq (Part-3)

The third installment of a new series on the lives of the first four Rightly Guided Caliphs of Islam.

The First of the Four: Caliph Abu Bakr Al-Siddiq (Part 2)

The second installment of a new series on the lives of the first four Rightly Guided Caliphs of Islam.

Abu Bakr al-Siddiq (d. 13H)

History sometimes produces men like snow-clad mountains. When it is warm, the ice melts. Such was Abu Bakr.

So, What Did The Muslims Do For The Jews?

The Islamic world was not the only source of inspiration for the Jewish cultural revival, but it certainly was a major contributor to… more »