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Preparing for Eid al-Fitr

It was the practice of the Prophet, upon him blessings and peace, that he would not sleep on the night preceding the day of Eid al-Fitr. This night has been named in a hadith as the Night of Reward (Laylat al-Ja’izah)

Seeing the Prophet Muhammad ﷺ in your dreams by Sheikh Hamza Yusuf

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‘If our lives are spent as we spend Ramadaan then death (our meeting with Allah Jalla Wa A’ala) will be enjoyable to us as the joy we feel at the sighting of the crescent of Eidul Fitr’…

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In an attempt to correct misconceptions about Islam and Muslims in the West, a new encyclopedia on Islamic religious sciences has been launched in Egypt, meeting the needs of a large number of non-Arabic speaking Muslims around the world.

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Religious leaders have expressed support for the new regulation, but women’s groups say it is ridiculous and unfair. They say local laws enacted in the name of religion and morality have disproportionately affected women…

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Copyright laws in Islam

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The question of ‘copyright’ is related to a wider concept, generally known as the concept of ‘intellectual property’. In previous times, the concept of ownership was confined to only tangible objects…

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  Eid al-Fitr One of the meritorious aspects of the month of Shawwal is that it has been chosen by Allah Almighty for the celebration of Eid al-Fitr, one of the only two annual festivals recognized by the Shari’ah. This joyous day is intended by the Shari’ah to serve as a sign of gratitude by [...]

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If we say 15th of shabaan is a night of destiny, and laylatul qadr is also a night if destiny, how do we understand the meaning of a night of destiny, and make sense of two nights? Most scholars are of the opinion that the Night of Destiny is…

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US Republican aspirant Newt Gingrich has conditioned his support for any Muslim presidential candidate on rejection of Islamic Shari`ah, theWall Street Journal reported.

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Turkey at present has four Islamic banks — three that are partially owned by companies based in the Persian Gulf — which accounted for 5 percent of Turkey’s 1-trillion-lira ($559 billion) banking sector in late 2010, according to data from the Participation Banks’ Association of Turkey, a lobbyist group for Islamic banks.

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