Islamic Knowledge Archive

Some Amazing Facts about the Holy Kaaba-The House of Allah

Muslims face the Holy Kaaba in Mecca Saudi Arabia for five daily prayers. Holy Kaaba is a cube-shaped stone structure that was built by Prophet Ibrahim (AS) and his son Hazrat Ismail (AS) on the same foundations where Prophet Adam (AS) is believed to have built a holy place for the worship of the One

Good Morals in Islam | List of some good Morals

Islam is the religion of peace, love, and respect for all mankind. Religion Islam covers all aspects of life in which character formation is the most important aspect of Islamic personality. So, we can see that the goal of Islam related to the concepts, worships, and teachings relating to values, attitudes, morals, and behavior is

List of Islamic Golden Age Inventions by Muslims

Muslims golden age period remained for nearly 1000 years from 8th to 16th centuries. The Islamic Golden Age refers to a period in the history of Islam during which much of the historically Islamic world was ruled by various caliphates and science, economic development, and cultural works flourished resulted in a number of inventions and

The Importance and Significance of Adhan in Islam

Salah (Nimaz) is an important part of religion Islam. Salah is obligatory on every Muslim commanded by Allah Almighty and Muslim must offer it five times a day. Through Nimaz we can communicate with Allah (SWT) also it is the highest form of earning the closeness of our Creator the Allah Almighty. Adhan is an

Importance of Jummah | Some Facts about the Day of Jummah

Friday or Jummah is an important day of the week for Muslims. The literal meaning of Jummah (Friday) is congregation. On the day of Jummah Muslims offer Jummah prayer and for this prayer, special time is taken. The day of Jummah has many religious significances and virtues associated with it. Jummah prayer is obligatory for

Prophets and Messengers in Islam | Names of Prophets mentioned in Quran

Allah Almighty chose Prophets or Messengers to communicate with mankind and to convey the purpose of existence to humans.  Allah (SWT) sent clear and practical instructions through Prophets. Muslims believe that a prophet was selected for every nation at some point in its history. Prophets and Messengers were sent for the guidance of mankind and