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Dilemma Facing the Youth by IBN AL-‘UTHAYMIN

Hits: 0Introduction Verily all praises are due to Allah. We praise and glorify him, we seek help from him, we ask of his forgiveness and we tum to him. We seek refuge in him from the evil within us an...

Unravelling the Phad

Hits: 0[ad_1] As the sun makes its sojourn downward, the delicately folded Phad is unraveled. A Phad is a 15-20 foot horizontal piece of cloth on which an entire folk tale is depicted. The stories com...

Authenticity of the Qur’an: Material on its Authenticity and Proofs that it is a Revelation from Allah by Abdurraheem Green

Hits: 1 Introduction All praise is due to Allah , we praise Him and we seek his help and ask His forgiveness. We seek refuge with Allah from the evil of our selves and from the evil results of our act...

My Journey to Islam by Scott Lynch

Hits: 1 I converted to Islam about 21 months ago. My journey to Islam was a long one that spanned over more than 2 decades. An “All-American Boy” Allah is a permanent reality that works in...

Death of the Messenger of Allah by Safi ur-Rahman Mubarakpuri

Hits: 0‘Anas said: “I have never witnessed a day better or brighter than that day on which the Messenger of Allah sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam came to us; and I have never witnessed ...

WAS JESUS (A.S) SENT TO BE CRUCIFIED?

Hits: 1 One of the fundamental beliefs of Christianity is that Jesus has died and allowed for the shedding of his blood for the sake of granting forgiveness to people. Let us investigate the topic fro...

SELECTIONS FROM ARABIAN POETRY

Hits: 0[Translation by J.D. Carlyle] INTRODUCTION The essential qualities of Arabian poetry appear in the “Romance of Antar,” and the tales of the “Thousand and One Nights.” Fo...

THE ABSIANS AND FAZAREANS

Hits: 2King Cais, chief of the Absians, distrusting the evil designs of Hadifah, the chief of the tribe of Fazarah, had sent out his slaves in every direction to look after Antar. One of these slaves ...

THE ROMANCE OF ANTAR

Hits: 2[Translation by Étienne Delécluse and Epiphanius Wilson] INTRODUCTION The romantic figure of Antar, or Antarah, takes the same place in Arabian literature as that of Achilles among the Greeks. ...

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