Tag: HISTORY

Featured History Islamic Thought Latest Islamic Propagation Research 14 Min Read

Fruits of Following the Sahaba

With terms such as ‘salaf’ and ‘salafism’ having become highly politicised and sensationalised in the public domain, Ustadh Ali Hammuda separates fact from fiction in this series demystifying the status and authority of the constitutive and interpretive “Understanding of the Companions” of the Messenger of God (sallAllāhu ‘alayhi wasallam). The Authority of the Understanding

History Islamic Thought Latest Islamic Propagation Theology 13 Min Read

Devil’s Drop Box

How long does it take for the first notions of paganism to spread and become manifest? Will we actually be able to recognise that they have spread? Have they already spread? It actually took five centuries for pure paganism to spread to all Arabia before the advent of Islām. Arabia

Current Affairs History Islamic Thought Middle East Palestine Propagation 17 Min Read

How stones changed the course of history

“And when you threw, it was not you who threw; it was rather Allāh that threw” Stone-wielding Palestinians have become a symbol against the brutal illegal occupation. However, the practice of stone-throwing and stones and rocks themselves, have deep religious, cultural and historical resonance as we shall now explore. Abraha

Featured History Islamic Thought Latest Islamic Propagation Research 11 Min Read

Looking Backward to go Forward

With terms such as ‘salaf’ and ‘salafism’ having become highly politicised and sensationalised in the public domain, Ustadh Ali Hammuda separates fact from fiction in this series demystifying the status and authority of the constitutive and interpretive “Understanding of the Companions” of the Messenger of God (sallAllāhu ‘alayhi wasallam). The Authority of the Understanding

Featured History Islamic Thought Latest Islamic Propagation Research 12 Min Read

Why follow the ‘old’ path?

With terms such as ‘salaf’ and ‘salafism’ having become highly politicised and sensationalised in the public domain, Ustadh Ali Hammuda separates fact from fiction in this series demystifying the status and authority of the constitutive and interpretive “Understanding of the Companions” of the Messenger of God (sallAllāhu ‘alayhi wasallam). The Authority of the Understanding

History Islamic Thought Latest Islamic Propagation Research 12 Min Read

Analysing the Authority of Orthodoxy

With terms such as ‘salaf’ and ‘salafism’ having become highly politicised and sensationalised in the public domain, Ustadh Ali Hammuda separates fact from fiction in this series demystifying the status and authority of the constitutive and interpretive “Understanding of the Companions” of the Messenger of God (sallAllāhu ‘alayhi wasallam). The Authority of the Understanding

History Islamic Thought Latest Islamic Propagation Research 14 Min Read

Who are the ‘Salaf’?

With terms such as 'salaf' and 'salafism' having become highly politicised and sensationalised in the public domain, Shaikh Ali Hammuda separates fact from fiction in this series demystifying the status and authority of the constitutive and interpretive "Understanding of the Companions" of the Messenger of God (sallAllāhu ‘alayhi wasallam). Authority of the Understanding

Current Affairs History Islamic Thought Middle East Palestine Politics 18 Min Read

When nations perished for harming Muslim women

Sister Hadeel - How many more murdered will it take? On 22 September 2015, a teenage Palestinian Muslimah, Hadeel al-Hashlamun (rahimahallāh) who was 18 years of age, was targeted and unlawfully executed by Israeli troops in the illegally occupied Hebron, West Bank. Whilst we all viewed images, footage and remembered

History Islamic Thought Latest Opinion 21 Min Read

Lionhearted diplomacy: the remarkable reign of Alp Arslan

Sultan Alp Arslan was a just, generous, and pious leader; the lion of Manzikert, he was a warrior who performed a key role in overcoming Byzantine attacks on Muslim lands.

Unveiling History: The Qur’an’s Remarkable Insight into the Past

A popular trend among some Orientalists is to try and attack the Qur'ān by casting doubt on its historical reliability. What should we as Muslims make of these claims? It is important to understand the way historians view history. Much like detectives, they work by piecing together clues that they