On a Glance
“ In the traditions: ‘Seek knowledge, for if you do not you will be nought but uncivil desert-dwellers.” Bihar... Read More...
In general, Islam considers imprisonment as a case of last resort in many circumstances, however, according to Islamic teachings there are only a few... Read More...
Welfare is the provision of a minimal level of well-being and social support for all citizens, sometimes referred to as public aid. In... Read More...
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In this book the author discusses the five fundamental principles of Islam. These principles are Tawheed (the indivisible oneness of God), Divine justice, Prophethood, Imamah (the leadership of mankind after the prophet), and Resurrection. What distinguish this book is the author's subtle approach in addressing the issues concerned and the simple examples given to illustrate the discussion. This authoritative work is not only important to Muslims, but it would also be of interest to the non-Muslims who seek to explore Islam and its doctrine. This easy to read book would be a valuable reference for Religious Education.