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Sufism Vs. Wahhabism

Sufism Vs. Wahhabism

Sufism and Wahhabism are very general words that people use to mean a variety of things, good and evil, from the Islamic point of view. So, I will try to clarify all the different views about them reg
Last Updated on Sunday, 17 August 2014 10:25

Relationship Between Sunnis and Shiites

Relationship Between Sunnis and Shiites
Both Sunnis and Shiites fully accept all what was revealed by Allah. No Sunni or Shiite Muslim is opposed to the fact that all what is contained between...
Last Updated on Friday, 20 June 2014 11:37

What Is the Shari`ah?

What Is the Shari`ah?
To understand the essence of the Shari`ah, one must understand the relationship between man and God that Islam lays down. There is no god but One God; Muhammad is the Prophet of God: This simple sente
Last Updated on Tuesday, 01 April 2014 15:36

Symbolism: Has Significance in Rituals?

Symbolism: Has Significance in Rituals?
The symbolism of the Ka`bah as the exclusive and permanent direction for Muslims in Salah was extremely important. Physical expression of feelings and emotions is a natural human tendency, because man
Last Updated on Sunday, 22 January 2012 16:06

Qawamah: Men's Caretaking of Women

Qawamah: Men's Caretaking of Women
The notion and term of qawamah (caretaking) is highly significant to each Muslim family and society. However, it has been misinterpreted by many people. Below is an attempt to shed light on that term
Last Updated on Wednesday, 03 March 2010 16:20

Democracy and Shura: Common Grounds and Challenges

Democracy and Shura: Common Grounds and Challenges
The Islamic history is rich enough to propose a variety of political mechanisms for leadership. After the death of the Prophet in 632 CE, each of the four Righteously Guided Caliphs used a different p
Last Updated on Wednesday, 10 February 2010 17:23

Hisbah (Islamic Duty of Enjoining Good and Forbidding Evil)

Hisbah (Islamic Duty of Enjoining Good and Forbidding Evil)
Shari`ah-oriented political scientists define Hisbah as the duty of enjoining good when it is neglected and forbidding evil when it is prevalent in society. Ibn Khaldun (d. AH 808) considers Hisbah
Last Updated on Tuesday, 29 December 2009 14:30

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