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Islam for Children

The Rich Man, Poor Man

Source : Islamawareness.net / 5 Feb 2013

Once upon a time there lived a poor man named Ali. He worked hard for his living and was contented with whatever he had. Now Ali had a neighbour Kasim who was as stingy as he was rich. It never gave him pleasure to see others, specially his poor neighbour, happy. He was always on the look out for an excuse to get Ali into trouble.


The Messenger of Allah: Muhammad (pbuh)

Source : RasoulAllah.net / 25 Jan 2013

We know a lot more about Muhammad - the Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, since he is the last Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) and lived only 1,400 years ago. People altered and distorted all the religions Allah revealed before him. That is why the last book for which people will be held responsible until the Day of Judgment was sent to our Holy Prophet, may Allah bless him and grant him peace: to set right all the errors that had been incorporated in the old religions. Allah communicated what He demands from his slaves through the Qur'an.


The First Female Convert to Islam: Hazrat Khadija

Source : Agencies / 22 Jan 2013

Hazrat Khadija (may Allah be pleased with her), the first wife of our beloved Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him), was at the same time the first female Muslim.

Our worthy mother made great efforts to assist the spread of Islam through  her intellect, foresight and wisdom.


Poem About Prophet Muhammad (pbuh)

Source : Rohama.org / 21 Jan 2013

When truth was lost and hearts frozen

From You, Allah came the Prophet (pbuh), chosen.

Blessed Prophet Muhammad (pbuh), obedient to You

Taught us the things we ought to do.


Allah's gifts

Source : Rasoulallah / 27 Dec 2012

Hussein's mother took him to the zoo one week-end. It was the first time he had seen so many different animals in one place. they went to the elephant house. A young elephant was tripping over his trunk and falling down, and the baby's mother came to his help every time he did so.

The mother elephant saw Hussein looking at them and explained: "You see, my baby is so young, he doesn't know how to use his trunk yet. He will not leave my side for 12 full years, and for the first six months i will teach him to use his trunk properly."


Are Your Children Ready for Ramadan?

Ramadan is always a very special time for Muslims all over the globe.

It’s a time for closeness to our Creator, for spiritual healing, for asking for forgiveness and seeking Allah's content with us.

But sometimes we don't really know how to make our children feel the uniqueness of this holy month; some other times it is even difficult to make them accept the rituals of Ramadan and understand the real meaning behind it.


The Dilemma of Teaching Islam to Contemporary Youth

By Sadullah Khan | IslamiCity | 19 Jun 2012

"Train your children with a training different from your training, because they have been created for a period different from yours" [Sayyidna 'Ali]


Jadidies and Wahhabies - religious disputes in Dagestan in early 20th century

Hafiz-Hajji from Ukhli (Dagestan) on wahhabites and jadids

By Sh. Sh. Shikhaliyev, Institute for History, Archeology and Etnography of the Scientific Center of Dagestan, Russian Academy of Sciences, Makhachkala

The main purpose of this article is to demonstrate on the example of a peculiar source the religious disputes taking place in Dagestan in the beginning of the 20th century.


The Prophet of the Little Ones Too

The Success Of guidebooks such as Supernanny and How To Speak So That Kids will Listen and Listen So That Kids Will Speak attest to the need parents have for advice, techniques, and direction in learning how to become effective parents. Different eras and divergent groups may debate the best way to raise children. But Muslims can look to the sunnah for the example the Prophet, sallallahu alayhe wa sallam, left us, both as a parent and a murabbi (moral mentor).


Choosing the Correct Knowledge, the Teacher, the Companion and the Need for Steadfastness

A student should choose the best knowledge. Then he should consider studying that knowledge which is most essential for him from a religious point of view and what he requires for comfort in the hereafter.

Firsts comes the subject of tauhid 1 and the recognition of Allah (‘azza wa jall) by means of proofs. Although the belief of a muqallid is acceptable in or view, he is sinful if he abandons the proof. 2


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