The two fundamental sources of Islam are the Qur'an (the word of God) and the Sunnah (the example) of the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him).
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The word sunnah has three separate meanings that are often mixed up by Muslims when the term arises in discussions.
History records few scholarly enterprises, at least before modern times, in which women have played an important and active role side by side with men.
The halal (lawful) is clear and the haram (prohibited) is clear, and between them are unclear matters that are unknown to most people. Whoever is wary of these unclear matters has absolved his religi
It could be any person who has some authority and he/she uses this authority with justice and fairness without any favoritism or prejudice. Justice is the command of God for all people; but the most c
The primary figure in the School of Reasoning was Abu Hanifah, based in Kufah. He made the greatest contributions to this Islamic legal approach. He used this method in responding to the people’s ne
Now we are consulting in our decision the One who knows the unseen, knows the future, and knows our own selves, hopes, and fears. Istikharah is to admit that we are unqualified to make the best choice
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