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Women Veiling: Social and Scientific Benefits of Wearing Hijab

Hijab women veiling represents a woman’s submission to her Creator and her connection with the faith. Hijab is a symbol, but in reality, it is much more than that.  Hijab or women veiling is a religious obligation, which a woman has to commence. When a Muslim woman wears Hijab she is obeying and submitting to Allah.

Islamic Aid Sadaqah | Charitable Giving and its Benefits

Allah is the creator of this universe and all praise is due to Allah Almighty. We do good deeds for pleasing Allah (SWT) and seek His aid and forgiveness. We can please Allah by doing good deeds which He mentioned in Quran and our beloved Prophet (SAW) practically did in his life. One of the

Five Pillars of Islam-Social Importance and Benefits

Islamic structure has a solid foundation just like every sound structure have a solid foundation in order to remain strong. Islam’s solid foundation is the five pillars, forming the basis of Islamic teaching as taught by Prophet Muhammad (SAW). The Five Pillars of Islam are the five obligations that every Muslim must satisfy in order

Islam and Peace- Hadith on Importance of Peace

Islam is the religion of peace. Over billions of people around the world are followers of Islam. There can be no greater argument supporting Islam as a religion of peace than the name of the religion itself. ‘Islam’ literally means peace, therefore, it seems quite unnatural that a religion that names itself peace can teach

What is Islam- Brief Introduction to Islam

Islam is the religion of faith and one of the fastest growing religions in the world. With the passage of time, the numbers of believers of this religion are increasing tremendously. For 1/5th of the world’s population, Islam is both a religion and a complete way of life. Muslims follow a religion of peace, mercy,

Biography of Hazrat Abu Bakr (RA)-The Best companion of Prophet (SAW)

Hazrat Abu Bakr (RA) was born in a highly respected family of Banu Tamim of the tribe of Quraish in Makah in 573 A.D. He (RA) was the son of Uthman commonly known as Abu Quhafa; Hazrat Abu Bakr (RA) lived his life as a Merchant in Makah. Abu Bakr (RA) was first of the