Islam is a “total way of life.” It has provided guidance in every sphere of life, from individual cleanliness, rules of trade, to the structure and politics of the society. Islam can never be separated from social, political, or economic life since religion provides moral guidance for every action that a person takes. The primary act of faith is to strive to implement God’s will in both private and public life.
The revelation of the Qur’an was not an isolated event in time. It was a constant stream of verses descending to Muhammad PBUH throughout the 23 years of his prophethood in Makkah and Madinah. The Prophet PBUH appointed numerous Companions of his to serve as scribes, writing down the latest verses as soon as they were revealed. Mu’awiya ibn Abu Sufyan and Zaid bin Thabit were among the scribes who had this duty.
When Islam becomes the religion of a state it does not compel non-Muslims to accept it. Some Western writers tell us that it was attempts at such compulsion that caused the famous European Wars of Religion that led finally to secularism and the relegating of religion to the private sphere.
Only now, scientists of the 20th and 21st centuries have found scientific facts that confirms revelations of the Quran from the origins of life, the sky, sun’s orbit, oceans, iron, the expanding universe and many more.
From the most to the less conservative hijab, what is the most appropriately outfitted headdress for a woman in public? And what about a woman not wearing any?
Have the writers of the Bible ever met or seen Jesus?
Was Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) foretold in the Bible?
The Internet is revolutionizing the everyday life of ordinary people. Many Muslims do not recognize the unique opportunity the Internet offers for conveying Islam. Many non-Muslims searching for truth also benefit from the Internet. The Internet will never replace face-to-face da`wah and direct mailing of Islamic literature, but the Internet will continue to broaden…