Faith and surrender purify a human soul.
The Prophet (PBUH) embraced diversity and was mindful of others’ opinions.
The Quran gives instructions to men first to be modest.
The Quran is foremost a book of ethical principles.
Why do the rich and greedy remain untouched by justice?
Fasting is meant to nurture the values of austerity and compassion.
A scholar seeks truth and this journey never ends.
God’s mercy is bestowed on the saint and the sinner.
Much ails Muslim countries today.
The 99 names of God are based on His attributes.
Death is a return to our Creator. A return signifies going back to where we came from: in short, our real home.
Muslims must practise Islam in a quiet and dignified way.
We take what we have for granted and do not give a thought to what might happen if we are deprived of our possessions.
We must take practical steps to purify ourselves.
Islam encourages people to ask questions.
Torn by internal strife, lack of focus on starving millions, Muslim governments are in a state of disarray.
There is a need to reverse the narrative used by extremists.
The Prophet (PBUH) was the Quran personified.
Prayer becomes for the soul what food is for the human body.
Women scholars seem more aware of problems faced by Muslims.