The question we would like to respond to today is, “how do we understand the Holy Quran, and how do we benefit from the understanding of the Holy Quran?”
After what felt like an extra long break for the lockdown due to COVID-19, we praise and thank Almighty Allah for once again granting us the Tawfeeq
Do we have any science or branch of science by the name of Islamic Medicine?
Today I would like to draw your attention to one particular sentence which we always read in the Arabic part of the Jumuah Khutbah
Indeed, life has different meanings. There is botanical life and an animalistic life. Neither of them requires responding to the call of Almighty Allah (SWT)
Today, I would like to reflect on this verse, in the situation where Nabi Moosa (a.s) is alone, and hardly anybody supports him
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.
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?
10 Ramadaan is the anniversary of passing of our dear mother, the first lady of Islam, Lady Khadija al-Kubra (s.a). In today’s discussion, I wish to explore
Tonight, we would like to address another important and highly debated issue in the Quran which is the concept of Divine Light or “Nur-ullah”.