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The Prophet (Peace and blessings of Allah upon him) used to do much prayer, fasting, dhikr, supplication and other kinds of worship. And when he performed an act of worship he would continue with it and do it regularly. `A'ishah reported, "When he (Peace and blessings of Allah upon him) missed his night prayers due to pain or something else he (Peace and blessings of Allah upon him) would pray twelve rak`ahs the next day." (Muslim)


Maulana Anisur Rahman Qasmi, director of Patna-based Imarat-e Shariah and member of executive committee of the All India Muslim Personal Law Board, has said media is targeting Islamic laws and using the media, a section of the society is demanding a change in Islamic laws.

“Using the media, a section of the society is demanding a change in Islamic laws due to little knowledge and seeking to implement Uniform Civil Code in the country. This is a direct attack on the freedom of religion,” Qasmi told a press conference here on Saturday, March 7, 2015.

Muslim organisations in the UK working on the front line to deal with affronts
The Muslim Action Forum (MAF), a group that describes itself as “working on the front line to deal with affronts to global civility” has announced a legal and political strategy to have depictions of the prophet Mohammed banned in the UK. And according to a press release published on the group’s website last week, the group will work towards its goal via a combination of litigation and lobbying MPs
Mercy to Mankind Issue 4

A Mercy to Mankind aims to provide an insight into various aspects of the life and teachings of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). In this fourth edition, we touch upon various aspects of Prophet Muhammad’s life and teachings including his mercy, justice and tolerance towards others.


Is it not a great honor that the first person to embrace Islam was a woman? She was the first to bear witness that there is none worthy of worship except Allaah and that her husband was the Messenger of Allaah. Her husband was our beloved Prophet, Muhammad  sallallaahu  `alayhi  wa  sallam ( may  Allaah exalt his mention )  and she was Khadeejah  may  Allaah  be  pleased  with  her.

The world before the Prophet Muhammad

When Almighty Allah sent His last and greatest Prophet, Muhammad sallallaaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, , humankind was immersed in a state of degeneration. The messages of the past prophets had been distorted and ignored, civilization was on the decline and humanity had slumped into an age of darkness, with disbelief, oppression and corruption prevalent everywhere. The condition of the world at that time presented the gloomiest picture ever of human history.

the Muslim Student Association hosted their annual banquet Friday

Celebrating achievement and faith, the Muslim Student Association hosted their annual banquet Friday night with a menu of traditional Arab cuisine and a lineup of speakers and performances.

The event, held in the North Campus Research Complex, drew about 200 alumni, students and other guests who gathered to celebrate MSA accomplishments during the past semester.

Many guests wore traditional clothing in nearly every color of the spectrum, and crystals often adorned the hijabs, or headscarves attendees wore.

The Sunnah of the Prophet: Definitions

“Nor does he speak from [his own] inclination. It is not but a revelation revealed.”[Quran 53:3-4] Lexically, the word Sunnah has several, different yet close meanings. Sunnah may mean a way of life, or a path or behavior that is followed whether praiseworthy, or otherwise. Mostly, however, it refers to something good. The Prophet  sallallaahu  `alayhi  wa  sallam ( may  Allaah exalt his mention ) said, "Whoever starts a good Sunnah he will get the reward for it and the reward of others who would do the same thing until the Day of Judgment.