Dispelling myths about Jihad, Oppression and Violence in Islam By Farhan Iqbal and Tauseef A. Khan The concept of Jihad in Islam is misunderstood by a large number of people, who believe that the violent and oppressive actions of extremists as portrayed by some media is a representation of the
by Hazrat Mirza Tahir Ahmad, Khalifatul Masih IV(rh) Part 4 of a Review of The Pakistani Government’s ‘White Paper’: Qadiyaniyyat – A grave threat to Islam In 1984 the Islamic government of Pakistan set aside all Islamic injunctions and took upon itself the burden of depriving the Ahmadi Muslims of many basic
by Hazrat Mirza Tahir Ahmad, Khalifatul Masih IV(rh) Murder in the Name of Allah is the first translation into English of Mazhab Ke Nam Per Khoon, a re-affirmation of the basic tenets of Islam. Hardly a day passes on which an Islamic event does not make headlines. The president of a Muslim
The British Government and Jihad by Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, The Promised Messiah and Mahdi(as) An English translation of the Urdu booklet, Government Angreizi aur Jihad What is Jihad and why was Islam forced to resort to defending itself in its early history? Why have mistaken notions about jihad taken root in the
There are many precautions and safety measures governments are making their subjects to observe so as to tackle the pandemic of COVID-19. But has anyone cared to turn towards the Creator of mankind, Who has been forgotten as if He does not even exist?
For over a month under lockdown, people have forgone many of their social rituals and traditions. But thanks to the universal nature of Islam, Muslims had no difficulty in observing their religious obligations even confined in their homes.
ٖٖFasting during Ramadan is the third pillar of Islam and a form of worship found universally in the world religions. Although there are vast differences regarding the mode of fasting and the conditions applied to it, the central idea of fasting is present everywhere.