What we are celebrating here is the arrival and appearance of this light of Almighty Allah (SWT) in this material world, on 17th Rabiul Awwal
In the previous lecture, we had a discussion about the secret of the success of Rasulullah (SAWA) in propagating and establishing Islam on such a grand scale
I would like to extend our congratulations on this auspicious night of 12th Rabiul Awwal, which is one of the possible nights of the Milad and birth of the greatest man
First of all, the Holy Quran says do not come and see him without making an appointment! This means that we need to first seek his permission.
The situation is particularly out of control, if you assess how people are reacting from both sides. The question I would like to address is how are we supposed to respond to this attack and insult against our most beloved Prophet Muhammad (SAWA)?
If you want to speak about Prophet Muhammad (SAWA), then why can you not speak in the form of logic..
The first 10 days of the month of Dhul Hijja are regarded as extremely crucial from the spiritual aspect.
Shafa’at (intercession) in the Holy Quran is another hotly debated question. The question arises due to intercession being not allowed in numerous verses of the Holy Quran, where Almighty Allah (SWT) has clearly established that there is no intercession on the Day of Judgement (Qiyamah)
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
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?