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Letters to the Editor

On Sirat Rasul Allah, commit suicide and more…

The Qur’an

Translation & Commentary of Verses from Surah 27, Al-Naml [ 7 – 9]

Tafsir Ishraq al-Ma`ani by Syed Iqbal Zaheer

The Hadith

Virtues of the Believer

Authentic Ahadith with Commentary

News Flashes

Flashes from the Muslim World

To Move Rohingyas to Island, Hajj now more Affordable for Muslim Filipinos, Saudi Delegation Tours Mosque, Cuts Fees to Attract More Visitors, Ranked Ninth Most Powerful Country, E-Visa Project for Pilgrims, Prayer in Banned Area of Al-Aqsa and more…

Children’s Column

Children’s Column

It’s All about Faith!, The 1AM Visitor and more…


Two Nuns Admit Embezzling Cash for Vegas Gambling Trips

Two nuns who worked at a Catholic school in California have admitted embezzling about $500,000 and using it to gamble in Las Vegas.… more »


The Election Circus Begins

The political process, captured by commercial interests, devolved to Trump’s imbecilic level. The presidential election of 2020 has begun. The circus, with its… more »


King Faisal International Prizes for 2019

Within four decades the KFIP are ranked among the most prestigious awards. To date, there are 21 KFIP laureates, who also received Nobel… more »


Fewer Muslims have been Admitted to the United States Under the Trump Administration

Visa-approvals in the US for immigrants from the world’s 48 majority-Muslim countries plummeted 30 percent since 2016, amounting to 35,000 fewer immigrants from… more »

Contemporary Issue

A Reminder on the Essence of Genuine Leadership

Good leaders promote action but – more importantly – they improve society by changing the character of the people. Leaders give those under… more »


Declining Birth Rates: Is the US in Danger of Running Out of People?

The impact of productivity growth swamps the impact of demographics in the US, as can be shown with simple arithmetic. The Social Security… more »


One Heatwave Killed ‘a Third’ of Bats in Australia

Over two days in November, record-breaking heat in Australia's north wiped out almost one-third of the nation's spectacled flying foxes, according to researchers.… more »