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Reflection

A Briton’s Rediscovery of Islam in Practice

Anthony Galvin Green’s journey in the pursuit of truth and the purpose of life, through which he entered in to the world of Islam.

Editorial

Existence in the Realm of Inexistence

If the atheists claim that God does not exist, then they are, in a way, right. He surely does not exist in the ‘realm of existence.’

Profile

Remembering Maryam Jameelah

Muslims privileged to have known her and her contributions, will mourn her passing with the ‘To God we belong and to Him is our return’ refrain on their lips, their hearts.

Opinion

Peace

Something in us constantly desires serenity. We were created in this way.

Editorial

Charlatan & Co.

Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) emphasized different things during different talks. So, to follow him correctly, we must learn the Qur’an, the Sunnah, and the way of his Companions.

Profile

An American Woman on the Hajj (Part-1)

This essay by the American journalist, Michael Jansen, written in 1974, is a remarkable account of a new Muslim convert’s first impressions of the practical tour of Islam’s faith-universe: the Hajj.

Miscellany

Egyptian President Mohammed Mursi’s Many Firsts

Egyptian President Mursi’s purging of the army and ushering in of an understanding between the well-organized Islamists and the military is an extraordinary step by an ordinary man.