Islamic Knowledge Archive

The Deeds that can save Every Muslim from Hellfire

According to Islam, this worldly life in which we are living is not eternal. Being a Muslim it is our belief that this life is temporary as in Holy Quran Allah Almighty says that man is placed here only temporarily. So we should remember that the eternal life will be in hereafter which will be

Actions Forbidden in Islam | Strictly Haram Things According to Islam

Islam is a complete code of life in which Allah (SWT) mentioned all things which are forbidden and permitted. Those things which are forbidden by Allah (SWT) are known as Haram things that we are not allowed to do. These Haram actions come in major sins that Allah Almighty strictly forbade us from doing them

Concept of Halal and Haram related to Food and Drink in Islam

Islam is the religion of all times, places and for the whole mankind. It is a perfect system of physical values. By practicing its laws Muslims all over the world not only attain spirituality but the greatest of all other glories and gain the wealth of health. In religion, Islam Allah Almighty described Halal and

Significance of the Month of Shaban

The month of Shaban is the 8th month of an Islamic calendar. There are a few months that hold a superior status as compared to other months and because of this, they are given more value and respect by the Muslims. One of such months is the month of Shaban. Shaban is considered one of

Importance of Wudu | Significance and Benefits in the Light of Quran and Hadith

Wudu (Ablution) is an Arabic which means the specific action of washing certain body parts. In these body parts hands, mouth, face, arms, nostrils, arms, and feet included.  In religion Islam, wudu has great importance. Muslims are required to perform wudu before offering the prayer five times a day. We want to make sure that

Sharia: Understanding Islamic Law -The Religion of Peace

Sharia is an Islamic law. It is the religious legal system that conducts social, political and moral duties of believers or faithful Muslims. It is also known as “Lord’s law”. Sharia is derived from the Quran, the sacred book of Islam, which Muslims consider the actual words of Allah Almighty the Sunnah of Prophet Muhammad (SAW)