What exactly is ‘Salafism’? In the absence of a unanimously agreed upon definition, I propose to elucidate the modern Salafī phenomena via an outline of its beginnings, an assessment of its parti
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As a universal religion born initially in the harsh deserts of Arabia to complete the message of former prophets and convey the divine revelation in its last testament (Qur’an), Islam ascribes the m
The teachings of Shari`ah are synergetic. They create synergy between people, where they help one another to promote the good and remove the evil. Shari`ah also establishes synergy between people and
The book in question, The Islamic Concept of Hygiene As Seen by the Sunnah, engulfs all aspects of hygienic behavior in the life of Muslims.
This part tackles the necessary reforms to enable the Islamic waqf play its role in sustaining economic and social development.
The Qur’an uses the term al-iqamah to denote performing as-Salah in a perfect way and the only time it uses the term al-musalli, i.e. the praying person, is when it describes the hypocrites. This in
Social-psychologists identify this as the 'better-than-average effect': Subjectively, most of us see ourselves as being better than the average person, but, objectively, that can't be the case. It is
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