Islam and Muslims Archive

Gender Equality and Islam- Their Complementary Nature to One Another

Men and women are equal in one aspect as both are human beings. In another sense, equality between men and women is impossible and an insane due to their natural differences in physical, mental, emotional and psychological qualities, affection and abilities. Keeping these two aspects in mind we must highlight how they are equal, and

The Ideal Personality of a Muslim | Some Personality Traits of Muslim Style

The ideal Muslim character is unmistakable and adjusted. The Muslim is the encapsulation of the lessons of the Holy Quran and the Sunnah of the Prophet Muhammad (SAW).He takes after the lessons of the Book of Allah and the case of the Prophet Muhammad (SAW) in all issues, relations, and circumstances that is beginning with

Justice in Islam | Perspective from Quran and Sunnah

Justice refers to equality in giving rights and in enduring by obligations without discriminations for any reason, either for religion, race or color. As we know Islam comes from the word “Salam” meaning “Peace” and, since the religion, Islam is based on total submission to the will of Lord. We Muslims believe that we can

Importance and Benefits of Marriage according to Islam

Allah Almighty created men and women as company for one another, and so that they can become parents and live in peace and calmness according to the commandments of Allah Almighty. Allah says in Holy Quran: “And among His signs is this that He created for you mates from among yourselves, that you may dwell

Importance of Bait Al Muqaddas, Al Aqsa and Jerusalem for the Muslims

What is Jerusalem? Jerusalem is known as the Holy Land that is located between the Jordan River and the Mediterranean Sea. It is located in Palestine but Israel also controlled some of its areas because they want to make Bait Al Muqaddas and Jerusalem their capital. On 29 November 1947, the General Assembly, in an

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.