Laylatul Qadr a very important night of the year where every minute is precious. This lecture delves into how it is a a grand feast of diving blessings.
Surah Nisa verse 34 (Chapter 4) is the reference for this frequently asked question, regarding the position of the Holy Quran towards women.
17th Ramadaan is another crucial turning point in the early history of Islam – the Holy Quran repeatedly reminds us about its significance – Battle of Badr
We continue the discussion about the Heart today by delving into understanding diseases of the heart, as explained in the Quran.
In the Quran the word “Qalb” is mentioned more than 100 times and you can thus imagine the importance of this word and understanding its meaning.
In Surah Abasa (chapter 80 of the Holy Quran) Almighty Allah (SWT) speaks about someone who frowned and turned away. The question is, who is this person?
Our question for this discussion is, how is it possible for Prophet Moosa (a.s) to learn from Khidr (a.s), considering that Khidr (a.s) was lower in rank.
The question is, why does the Holy Quran call our beloved Prophet Muhammad (SAWA) by the word “ummi” – meaning someone who cannot read or write?
Jumuah lecture on Friday 28 February 2020 (4 Rajab 1441)
Mowlana Syed Aftab Haider
Jumuah lecture on Friday 21 February 2020 (26 Jamadil Thani 1441)Mowlana Syed Aftab HaiderAhlul Bait (a.s) Masjid, Ottery, Cape Town One of the very important messages of the Holy Quran is to look in-depth at our behaviour, actions and attitude in this worldly life. The Holy Quran draws our attention to the inner face of […]