In this amazing video by the London Dawah Movement, Brother Abdurraheem Green answers this very problematic question of, has science become a new religion? And what does this mean with respect to Islam as well as other divinely revealed religions.
This is all you need to know about the legal rulings on where and how to perform Eid al-Adha prayer, the rulings of udhiyah and the Eid and ‘Arafah Days.
This article discusses the rites and rituals a pilgrim need to carry out on the first two days of Hajj, namely, the Tarwiyah and ‘Arafat Days.
The E-Da`wah Committee is pleased to present this short video on the merits of the first ten days of Dhul-Hijjah days and the things that every Muslim should do during them.
Every act of worship in Islam has a meaning, a purpose and a significance, and of great spiritual, moral, and physical benefits.
Hajj, one of the five main pillars of Islam, gives a specific and practical example of acts of worship in Islam.
The attribute of mercy – which both of these names are derived from – is one of our Lord’s greatest attributes. A believer meets a fellow believer with the greeting: “May peace be upon you and the mercy of Allah.” We say: “Praise be to Allah who has prescribed mercy upon Himself.”
Like no other days in the Islamic calendar, the first ten days of Dhul-Hijjah have a very special status. What should we do in these cherished great days? How could we get the utmost benefits of these days?
Why do human beings believe in God? This question has engrossed thinkers for centuries. Why are beliefs about supernatural agents and ritual practices derived from those beliefs found in all human societies, across disparate times and far-ranging cultures?
One of the messages of Hajj is that it recognizes no difference among humans on the basis of race but rather is more concerned with personal integrity.