Islamic Knowledge Archive

Hazrat Umar (RA) – An App to Know About 2nd Islamic Caliph

Hazrat Umar R.A is known as the 2nd Caliph of Islam. His services for Islam are of undeniable importance. His knowledge, intellect and courage are source of inspiration for the world. Acknowledging the attributes associated with his personality, The Quran Reading Academy has developed an application with name of Hazrat Umar R.A which features the

7 Physical Benefits of Saying Salat

In the five Islamic pillars, Salat is the most commonly performed and perhaps the distinctive quality of Muslims. It is the five times a day prayer that differentiates Muslims from non-Muslims in terms of their form of worship. It is an obligation upon every Muslim and they all have to learn and perform Salat without

Antichrist (Dajjal) – The Greatest Fitnah of the World

In religion Islam there are many prophecies about the future of the world. It has been fourteen hundred years since Islam made the prophecies in the form of the ayahs of Quran and the word of Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH), every one of which has proven true during this course. With the successful coming to life

Importance of Salah (Prayer) According to the Holy Quran

Salah is the major form of worship that a Muslim offers five times a day regularly. It is an obligation upon a Muslim and a Muslim is to offer no excuse when it comes to offering Salah. The offering of Salah in addition to representing the submission of Muslims to their Lord also has other

7 Habits That Muslims Must Fit In Their Character to Be Successful

The definition of success is relative. For some success means achieving wealth beyond measures, for other it means helping and saving humanity with whatever means are available at disposal. People set their goals of success and then put all their efforts in pursuing those goals and try to go to every extent possible in achieving

The Importance of The Fajr Prayer

In Islam prayers five times a day is an obligation upon every Muslim and second important pillar of Islam. It is the prayer that helps a Muslim differentiate him or herself from people of other beliefs when it comes to worshiping. Moreover, the prayers are a means of invoking Allah Almighty and seeking His attention.