Q. ” When it come to marrying a christian or a jewish girl or boy, the Muslims youths argue that the Holy Qur’an has allowed such a marriage. Since we are living in the midst of jews and Christians, we preeminently need to know the correct and precise Islamic position in this respect. please provide the guidance and oblige.”
(Dr. Zakaullah, New York)
A. The Holy Qur’an has never allowed the Muslim girls to marry a non-Muslim boy, no matter whether he is a Christian or a jew or a Hindu or a Parci. However, The Holy Qur’an has allowed a Muslim boy to marry a Christian or a jewish gril. But there are two important points which should always be kept in mind in this respect : Read more... (391 words, estimated 1:34 mins reading time)
One of the important tasks for the Department of Propagation & Information is to prepare the material for the training of their members specially and for all the Muslims generally, with the aim of strengthening their beliefs and adherence to the principals and objectives of the Jihad Movements.
In this regard a compulsory course should be devised for the members of the organisation and no one should be exempted. This course should be taught and instructed with full vigour so that it becomes a part and parcel of the participants’ personality. This course could have many facets according to the different circumstances and times. Read more... (415 words, estimated 1:40 mins reading time)
From Superstitions into Light
Rabi’ul-Awwal is the most significant month in the Islamic history, because humanity has been blessed in this month by the birth of the Holy Prophet Muhammad, Sall-Allahu alayhi wa sallam. Before the birth of the Holy Prophet, Sall-Allahu alayhi wa sallam, not only the Arabian peninsula, but also the so-called civilized nations of Rome and Persia were drowned in the darkness of ignorance, superstitions, oppression and unrest. The Holy Prophet, Sall-Allahu alayhi wa sallam, came with the eternal truth of Tawhid (Oneness of Allah), the only faith which provides a firm basis for the real concepts of knowledge, equity and peace. It was this faith which delivered humanity from ignorance and superstitions and spread the light of true knowledge all over the world. Read more... (2798 words, estimated 11:12 mins reading time)
Although the task of preserving of Ahadith through all the four ways mentioned earlier including compilations in written form, has been performed with due diligence throughout the first four centuries of Islamic history, yet it does not mean that all the traditions narrated or compiled in this period have been held as true and reliable. Read more... (442 words, estimated 1:46 mins reading time)
It is well known that Sayyiduna ‘Ali (RA) had a script of Ahadith with him. He says,
“I have not written anything from the Holy Prophet (SAWS) except the Holy Quran and what is contained in this script (Bukhari).
Imam Bukhari has mentioned this script at six different places of his Sahih. A combined study of all those places reveals that this script was substantially large and it consisted of Ahadith about Qisas (retaliation), Diyah (blood money), Fidyah(ransom) rights of the non-muslim citizens of an Islamic state, some specific kinds of inheritance, Zakah rules pertaining to camels of different ages, and some rules about the sanctity of the city of Madinah Read more... (283 words, estimated 1:08 mins reading time)