Manners of Welcoming the New Born Child in Islam

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Manners of Welcoming the New Born Child in Islam
By Yusuf ibn Abdullah al-Arafi
Translated by Abu Talhah Dawud ibn Ronald Burbank

Children are a source of delight and an adornment for the world granted by Allah to their parents, they give vigor to the hearts, joy to the souls, pleasure to the eyes. They are the fruit from whom good is to be hoped for when they frequently supplicate: Continue reading “Manners of Welcoming the New Born Child in Islam”

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Islam’s Position on Polygamy

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Islam’s Position on Polygamy
Dr. Bilal Philips

Muslims are often accused of being promiscuous because polygamy is legal in Islam.

Islam did not introduce polygamy. Unrestricted polygamy was practiced in most human societies throughout the world in every age. Islam regulated polygamy by limiting the number of wives and establishing responsibility in its practice. Continue reading “Islam’s Position on Polygamy”

Hijab: to veil or not to veil? Lecture by Zaris Faris

Salam alaikum wr wb brothers and sisters, The long awaited Kent university lecture by Zara Faris on ‘Hijab: to veil or not to veil?’ is now up. Please see this amazing, insightful and paradigm-busting lecture – with a great Q/A at the end (…watch out fot he bit with the Priests question on Muslim women becoming clergy!).

MDI had scheduled Zara’s video for this weekend. My debate video on a critique of human rights (according to liberalism) and how Islam can posit a better solution, will be out this coming weekend, In sha Allah.

http://thedebateinitiative.com/2013/04/14/hijab-to-veil-or-not-to-veil-lecture-by-zaris-faris/