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Humanity, Religion, & Peace: Finding Common Ground Humanity, Religion, & Peace: Finding Common Ground

By Mufti Shuaibullah Khan [1]
Edits and Footnotes by Faraz Abdul Moid
The religion of Islam is the religion of peace and tranquility, and this fact stands out clearly in the teachings of the Holy Qur’an which preaches that …

Various Forms of Tawassul & Istighātha, and their Rulings Various Forms of Tawassul & Istighātha, and their Rulings

By Mufti Muhammad ibn Adam
Question:
I wanted to know the Islamic position on seeking intermediaries to Allah, and on seeking help from the dead and calling onto them. Some say it is allowed, and others say …

What is the Status of One Who Considers Homosexuality to be Permissible? What is the Status of One Who Considers Homosexuality to be Permissible?

By Mufti Muhammad Zubair Butt
Question:
If a person practices homosexuality, and believes that this is acceptable [and not forbidden], does this person still remain a Muslim? The person says that the verses in the Qur’an are …

We Told You So! We Told You So!

By Salim Williams  
Being the winner or being correct can be such a satisfying feeling even if the relative consequence is that others must suffer loss or the feeling of disappointment. The feeling of victory …

From Principle to Practice: Justice in Islam From Principle to Practice: Justice in Islam

By Shaykh Mohammed Amin Kholwadia 

People often question whether Islam is a tolerant religion, whether it tolerates diversity of thought among its adherents and in its interaction with different worldviews.  This question is easily answered when …

Accountability for the Things We Do Not Know Accountability for the Things We Do Not Know

By Mufti Abdur-Rahman Ibn Yusuf
Question:
Are we accountable for the things which we do not know, for example if there is a fault in our prayer or an fiqh issue? Will we be accountable for these …

An Important Principle for Saving Islamic Activists from Exaggeration and Clashes An Important Principle for Saving Islamic Activists from Exaggeration and Clashes

ByShaykh Abu ‘l-Hasan ‘Ali al-Nadwi

The body of Din which has reached us can be divided into two kinds. One kind is that which has reached us in a particular state and form; it is called …

The Philosophical Outlook of Islam in a Nutshell The Philosophical Outlook of Islam in a Nutshell

By Dr. Muhammad Hamidullah
The vitality of any society, people or civilization depends in a large part on its philosophy of life conceived and practised. In his natural state, man scarcely thinks of anything but his …

Freedom of Expression? Freedom of Expression?

By Khalid Baig
With the latest in-your-face act of Facebook, the issue is once again attracting headlines. Should Muslims react? How should they react? Where do they stand on the philosophical issue …

Al-I’tidāl fī Marātib al-Rijāl by Shaykh Muhammad Zakariyya al-Kandhlawi Al-I’tidāl fī Marātib al-Rijāl by Shaykh Muhammad Zakariyya al-Kandhlawi

By Shaykh Shabbir Salojee
Foreword
Muslims everywhere are going through a period of uncertainty, turmoil and suffering. Throughout the world, there appears to be a concerted effort to wipe out the very presence of Muslims. Bosnia, Somalia, …