History of Technology in Islam (3) Water Clocks Al-Jazari's clocks all employed automata to mark the passage of the hours. These included birds that discharged pellets from their beaks onto cymblas...
History of Technology in Islam (2) Watermills The three main types of waterwheel had all been in existence since Classical times - the horizontal wheel and two variations of the vertical wheel. The...
Definition of "Muslim" According to The Quran According to the Quran a Muslim is one who has absolutely surrendered to Allah and his commands and believes in pure Tawhid (the oneness of God) that isn...
The Teachings of the Qur'an The Universal Import of the Qur'an The Qur'an is not directed towards any one particular nation, such as the Arabs, or to a particular sect of Muslims, but to non-...
Remembrance of Death When a person is involved in his daily affairs and he neglects death and the eternal life, he gets ready for engaging in all sorts of sins and wrong-doing and surrenders to the...
Doctrine of the Rights of Brotherhood between Muslims One of the highest and most excellent instructions of Islam to all Muslims is brotherhood without distinction of birth, rank or position. But,...
What Happened in The Battle of Badr? The battle of Badr was the first and the most important battle among the Islamic battles of Destiny. For the first time the followers of the new faith were put...
Imam Mahdi The Common Belief Among All Muslims After propounding the Quran and traditional arĀ­guments there remains no doubt amongst the Muslims, irrespective of his religion either Sunni, Shiite,...