Ramadan Concludes

Ramadan Concludes

The end of Ramadan ushers in one of two major celebrations in the Islamic calendar. A day of festivities called Eid ul Fitr.  In Arabic Eid means something which returns and is repeated every certain period of time.  The word eid, however, has evolved to mean a...
Al-Qadr (The Night of Glory)

Al-Qadr (The Night of Glory)

The chapter is famous for its declaration regarding the Night of Power (Laylat al-Qadr), during which the Quran was first revealed.  This is universally believed to have occurred during the month of Ramadan, as stated in Quran 2:185.  Muslims maintain that the Night...
Life After Death: The Islamic View of The Afterlife

Life After Death: The Islamic View of The Afterlife

Every human being, be it, rich or poor, believer or non-believer, young or old, will all face death. It’s a common thread that unites all of humanity and is an inescapable fact of life. Muslims believe there is another life after death and a belief about what exactly...
Prophecies Made by The Prophet Muhammad (pbuh)

Prophecies Made by The Prophet Muhammad (pbuh)

  “When a prophet speaks in the Name of the Lord, if the word does not come to pass or come true, that is a word which the Lord has not spoken, the prophet has spoken it presumptuously, you need not be afraid of him.”.(Deuteronomy 18:21-22)...
Friendship With Non-Muslims: Explaining Verse 5:51

Friendship With Non-Muslims: Explaining Verse 5:51

Question: Could you please explain ayat 5:51? Does this verse mean that we cannot have non-Muslim friends? That would seem somewhat strange, because after all, men are allowed to marry non-Muslims. Why would we be able to marry them but not befriend them? Answer: Wa...