Ramadan is not only famous for fasting but for victories that changed the course of history.
It was on this day in 1187 that Salāh al-Dīn had liberated Quds (Jerusalem) and Al-Aqsa from the Crusaders after 88 years of occupation.
Z A Rahman relives the moment Al-Aqsa was mercilessly taken by the Crusaders and how it was mercifully won back by Salāh al-Dīn and how it will be liberated once more InshaAllah
In a current period of turmoil for Muslims in India, Z A Rahman brings a message of hope from prophetic words regarding Hind.
For many of us, it can be quite difficult to find a role model for our younger children to genuinely connect with.
…to Rejuvenate a Rudderless Muslim Ummah
Z A Rahman weaves together the past, present and future of al-Quds (Jerusalem)
“We should take the events taking place in al-Quds to be a milestone, a time in which we assess ourselves and change ourselves as individuals in order to move forward as a collective…”
Turn the page. Change the channel. Click on another article. The news is too harrowing… #Idlibisburning
Masjid al-Aqsa. The first Qiblah for the Muslim Ummah, the second Masjid built on earth, and the only place on…
On this day, 29th May in 1453, Sultan Muhammad al-Fatih was in the state of prostration to his lord at the entrance gate of Constantinople (Istanbul), praying for the conquest of Constantinople at his hands.