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Sciences of Quran

Islam and Health Care

By Islam-health.com / 14 Dec 2013

From an Islamic perspective health is viewed as one of the greatest blessings that God has bestowed on mankind. It should be noted that the greatest blessing after belief is health, as narrated in the following Hadith:

 

Why is the eating of pork (pig meat) forbidden in Islam?

By Agencies / 7 Jan 2013

The fact that consumption of pork is prohibited in Islam is well known. The following points explain various aspects of this prohibition:

Eating Pork is forbidden in the Quran

 The Quran prohibits the consumption of pork in many verses including: 2:173, 5:3, 6:145 and 16:115.

 

The Last Day.

Source: Al Quran Classes / 5 Jan 2013

Being a student you are always worried that I have to prepare for the exams. And above all you want to prepare for your Final Exams. You come in a new class. Give exams occasionally and then after passing the exams you again come to the new class. But my dear brothers and sisters have you ever thought for your final exams of your whole life. Are you preparing for the final exam; The Last day?

 

Hellfire

Source : Islamreligion / 29 Dec 2012

Islam teaches that Hell is a real place prepared by God for those who do not believe in Him, rebel against His laws, and reject His messengers. Hell is an actual place, not a mere state of mind or a spiritual entity. The horrors, pain, anguish, and punishment are all real, but different in nature than their earthly counterparts. Hell is the ultimate humiliation and loss, and nothing is worse than it:

“Our Lord! Surely, whom You admit to the Fire, indeed You have disgraced him, and never will the wrongdoers find any helpers.” (Quran 3:192)

 

The Miraculous Cow

A short story about how the Almighty ordered the children of Israel to slaughter a cow.

Among the children of Israel there was a rich man named Amil. This man’s only heir was his poor cousin. One day, the rich man was found dead. There were many speculations regarding the motive of the murder. According to one legend, the rich man was killed by his cousin. The relatives of Amil started searching for the murderer. The village became all messed up but they still could not trace the murderer. According to another legend, the murderer left the body out in the wilderness between two villages trying to get rid of the evidence.

 

Conveying the meaning of the Holy Quran in another language

Religious texts - problems of translation
By Ali Viacheslav Polosin | Assalam | 12 Apr 2012

It is obvious that any translation of a literary work may only approximately convey its meaning and the emotional impact of the original. Translation of religious works is even more complicated for many reasons:  

 

Modern Stress and its Cure from the Quran

By Shahid Athar | MissionIslam | 31 Jan 2012

Stress is the most common aliment of modern age. It has been implicated in the causation of peptic ulcer disease, coronary heart disease, depression, auto immune disease, hypertension, diabetes and even cancer.

In milder form it manifests in form of unrest, violence at work, school and home. Common medical problems like tension headache, insomnia, and obesity are also attributed to unusual stress. None of us are free from stress but some deal with it better than others.

 

Rare copy of Qur’an on display

By Jomana Alrashid | ArabNews | 14 Jan 2012

LONDON: The British Museum here witnessed on Thursday the installation of one of the oldest known copies of the Holy Qur’an from the 8th century as an exhibit for a major Islamic exhibition.

 

Reading Quran with Tajweed

Islamic population is wide-spread in the world. Most of the Arab countries are Muslim countries. There is a large Muslim population living in the non-Arab countries that reads, learn or speak Arabic for religious purposes. Reading the Arabic in proper manner is called tajweed.

 

Qur’an school in Syria empowering women

by Kamran Pasha
Source: Huffington Post

Women have been the heart and backbone of Islam from its beginnings. From the courage of Khadija, Prophet Muhammad’s first wife and first convert, to the scholarship and fiery independence of his later wife Aisha; from the political genius of Muslim queens such as Egypt’s Shajarat al-Dur and India’s Nur Jahan to the spiritual wisdom of female saints such as Rabia of Basra, Islam has been shaped and guided by the feminine hand since its earliest days.

 
 

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