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Maulana Wahiduddin Khan I I December 28, 2014

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan I I December 07, 2014

Democracy is a form of government in which people’s representatives manage the socio-political affairs of society. This system is a natural system. Islam is a religion of nature, and so Islam also accepts this form of rule.

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan I I November 30, 2014

Once a believer visited the Prophet of Islam and asked him a unique question. He said: “O Prophet, give me a master advice by which I may be able to manage all the affairs of my life.” The Prophet simply replied: “La taghzab.” (Bukhari) That is, ‘Don’t be angry.’ It means: ‘Don’t be angry even when provoked.’ Now there is a question. If someone keeps himself from being victim of anger, then how can this habit become a master formula for his life?

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan I I November 20, 2014

The Quran, according to Muslim belief, is a book of revelations from God. Today, it exists in the form of a book, but all the 114 chapters of the Quran were not revealed at one time. They were sent bit by bit, according to circumstances, over a period of 23 years.

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan  I I November 09, 2014

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan I I October 31, 2014

Imam is a religious term which means one who leads the five-time daily prayer in the mosque. The concept of imam among Shia Muslims and Sunni Muslims is different. The Shia religious leaders represent the entire community. These leaders are non-political, but are unanimously accepted by the whole community. But this tradition is not followed by Sunni Muslims. This is the reason why there is no leader who is unanimously accepted by the Sunni Muslims.

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan I

The chapter number five of the Quran relates the story of two brothers. Adam was the first man settled on Earth. He had two sons: Cain and Abel. Due to some reason there arose a controversy between the brothers. After a heated exchange, Cain killed Abel. This was the first murder in the human history. Narrating this story the Quran says:

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan I Khabar South Asia I October 18, 2014

Muslims across South Asia joined the global condemnation of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria ( ISIS ) after it tried to justify its sexual enslavement of captured Yazidi women and girls.
An October 12th article in the ISIS propaganda magazine Dabiq entitled "The revival of slavery before the hour" argues that by enslaving people who hold "deviant" religious beliefs, ISIS has restored an aspect of Islamic sharia law to its original meaning.

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan I New Age Islam I September 22, 2014

An accepted principle for evaluating a system or ideology is to differentiate between its declared principles, on the one hand, and the actual practice of the people who claim to stand for it or to represent it. So, too, is the case with Islam. To understand what Islam really is, you need to study the texts which contain its principles. These are the Quran and authentic reports that reflect the Sunnah or practice of the Prophet of Islam.