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  • Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence: Brief Introduction

    by Shaykh ‘Abdur-Rahmân ibn Nâsir as-Sa’dî From Ahya.org Prologue [Risaalah Lateefah Jaami’ah fee Usoolil-Fiqhil-Muhimmah, which is part of Manhajus-Saalikeen wa Tawdeehul-Fiqh bid-Deen (pp.101-112)] All praise belongs to Allaah. So we praise Him for what He possess from His beautiful Names and… Read More ›

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  • Ali Never Said, “Do Not Force Your Children to Be Like You, They Have Been Created For a Time Different Than Yours”

    Firstly, despite it’s popularity over social media, such a statement was never said by Ali, the fourth caliph and son-in-law of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh), nor anyone else from among the righteous predecessors. It is said to be a statement… Read More ›

  • Why Mainstream Muslims Cannot Accept Ahmadis As Muslims

    Disclaimer: Following article is written from an exclusively theological point of view and in no way suggests unjust persecution of Ahmadi community. Harassment and persecution against any community is wrong and should never be tolerated. People are free to believe and… Read More ›

  • Caliphate of the Rightly Guided Caliphs vs the Umayyads

    The rightly guided caliphate was the period of spread of Islam to various corners of the world. The companions and the soldiers of Allah fought for the cause of Allah and to spread the revealed word of Allah to the… Read More ›

  • 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 ›