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  • Legal Maxims of Islamic Law: A Brief Introduction

    Fiqh or legal maxims of Islamic law (Al-Qawaa’id Al-Fiqhiyyah) is a genre of Islamic sciences that focuses on general rules of fiqh which can be applied to a wide variety of particular situations. In fact, in Muslim countries a student… Read More ›

  • Notes: Buying a Home Islamically Seminar w/ Sh. Joe Bradford

    I took the online seminar with Sh. Joe Bradford a few months ago. I really enjoyed it and took down notes. I am providing them below. He doesn’t cover just the Islamic aspect of it but also budgeting and being responsible… Read More ›

  • Muslims in the West: Prophetic Guidance on Dealing With Bad Perception & Persecution

    Us Muslims here in the U.S. are facing three main problems with regards to our image and rights: Weak political support Bad public opinion Islamophobia In many ways, this is no different than the Meccan phase of the da’wah during the… Read More ›

  • How to Put Darood in Arabic on Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ) in Microsoft Word

    There is a very helpful feature built into Microsoft Word as explained in a video by Sh. Mikaeel Ahmed Smith. This can especially be helpful if you write Islamic articles, essays, research papers, etc. in Microsoft Word. The basic steps are as… Read More ›

  • Imam Salaries: Are Imams Less Valuable Than Garbage Collectors?

    As a board member and a president of a mosque in the U.S. for many years, I have some things to say on this topic. The average salary of an imam in the U.S. is $30,000. The average salary of… Read More ›