Deep Thinking..

Have you ever thought that the Earth you are now walking on is moving at a speed of 1,670 kilometers an hour? Have you ever thought why your hair constantly grows, while your eyebrows and eyelashes stay fixed? Wouldn’t it be bad otherwise? Have you ever thought about all the wondrous happenings in and around you? This post is an invitation to think so. Because in the Qur’an God invites us to think about the living things that He has created.....

God Is Merciful: Why Hell?

The majority of the adherents of the Abrahamic religions, namely, Jews, Christians, and Muslims believe in the concept of the Day of Judgment as well as Heaven and Hell. Unlike the believers in reincarnation, in which the dead are believed to be reborn into a better or worse life according to his/her deeds in the last life, the adherents to the Abrahamic religions believe that there are only two lives. The first, being from the mother’s womb, and the second, when a person is resurrected on the Day of Judgment to account for his deeds.....

Kitab Al-Kasb Series (Part 28): Matters by Which the Bodies of the Children of Adam are Supported.

Allah Most High has created the children of Prophet Adam as creatures whose bodies do not endure except by four things, namely food, drink, clothing, and shelter, which is dwelling. As for food, Allah Most High says, "We did not give them bodies that ate no food, and they were not immortals" [Al-Quran, Surah Al-Anbiya', verse 8]......

Short Writing about Harmonious Country

It is the dream of everyone to live in a harmonious country regardless of religion. Muslims must have noble values and live in mutual respect; assisting and cooperating with each other, not cruelly oppressing and violating the rights of others, not being jealous and inviting hostility and arguments among themselves and with others of different race and religion. This is depicted of Muslims who should be an example for non-Muslims in the country....

Kitab Al-Kasb Series (Part 27): Negating the Obligation of Narrating Everything a Jurisprudent Heard, and the Explication of This Position.

He (Imam Muhammad Ibn Al-Hasan Al-Shaybani) says, "It is not mandatory on the jurisprudence to narrate everything that he has heard except to the absent person who is about to depart, (especially regard to) that which the jurisprudent knows to be not well-known among the people of that person's country.".....