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Evolution and Its Adversaries (Part 12)

Differentiation      Differentiation is a process in development of a multicellular organism by which cells become specialized for particular functions. Why spermatozoa should swim… more »

Letters to the Editor

On Politics, kin, daughter-in-law, loan, fall of israel and more…

The Qur’an

Verses from Surah Al-Noor [35 – 38]

Tafsir and Commentary from Ishraq Al Ma’ani

The Hadith

Revelation by Angel into the Heart

Authentic Ahadith with Commentary

News Flashes

Flashes from the Muslim World

UN launches USD50 Million, Islamic Finance Training, Haramain Train to be fully operational by end of 2017 and more…

Children’s Column

Children’s Column

The Qur’an for Young Hearts, The Tree that was happy to be cut


‘Narratives of Conversion to Islam: Female Perspectives’ (Part 1)

While some converts made the decision of adopting the traditional mode of Islamic dressing completely and had to a face serious identity crisis,… more »


Twelve Signs Americais on the Decline

The debate over whether America is on the decline has raged for years. The US National Intelligence Council said, in its global trends… more »

Human Rights

‘Burmese Military Killed Seven of My Children,’Says Rohingya Refugee

According to the UN, an estimated 30,000 Rohingya Muslims have fled their homes in the Rakhine region of northwestern Myanmar in recent months,… more »


Mirrored Reflections

Tears were rolling down her cheeks. She wrapped herself in a warm quilt and turned off the TV. “How could he treat his… more »


Ijtihad as a Legislative Function: Role of Ijtihad, Ifta’ and Taqleed in Legislative Process (Part-1)

In Islamic legislation, Ijtihad plays an important role and has central position in the whole process. Demands of life change day by day; thus,… more »



Dave (an earthworm) has been measured at 16in (40cm) long, making him and her (we’ll explain that later) the longest earthworm recorded in… more »

Contemporary Issue

‘Barbarism in Words and Deeds:Barbarism of Imperial Wars is Unmatched’

In ancient Greece, the barbarians were those outside of the empire who did not speak the language of civilization. They were savage invaders… more »