Linguistically, fiqh is an Arabic word that means understanding; deep understanding. The word faqih means a person of knowledge and understanding.
Unlike those who claimed to be descendants from gods, or those who deemed their blood as blue or nobler than that of the rest of human beings, Islam “taught the unity of the human race in origin and
Most of us, unfortunately, take Allah's mercy and compassion for granted. But if we stop for a moment and just reflect on the depth and extent of Allah's mercy, we will be astonished beyond words.
Resorting to the private sector to cover a deficit in public funds is unquestionably permissible is Shari`ah. However, Muslim scholars debate whether the government may impose taxes on the public or b
Allah wanted this to be a very hard lesson for the fledgling Muslim community, but in His compassion He did not inflict any punishment on them. The offence itself merited stiff punishment because of t
The more important part of your 'person' is your inner self. This inner self the Qur'an calls the qalb or the 'heart'. The heart of the Prophet, blessings and peace be on him, was the first recipient
Sometimes we learn a lot but we don't really think about why we are learning it. We have to remind ourselves and refresh in ourselves that we are learning the Qur'an, every single word of it, every si
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