As water has become a matter of concern for the modern world and its international organizations, such as the UN- officially designating a yearly World Water Day observed on 22 March, Islam was the first to place such importance on the matter.
Women’s rights are always used for vilifying Islam and espousing Christianity on the pretext that Christianity is mostly deemed more equitable towards women in terms of marriage rulings. The E-Da`wah Committee is pleased to present this publication to explore women’s rights in terms of marriage rulings between Christianity and Islam.
As discussed in this book, the miserable state of millions of oppressed women all over the world, including the West, reveals the hypocrisy of many women's rights organizations towards their real issue.
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Female Transmission of Hadith in the Mamluk Period an annotated edition and study of Ibn Hajar's Mu`jam Ash-Shaykhah Maryam
Institute of Religious Studies, Faculty of Humanities, Leiden University
Interfaith Dialogue: A Muslim Legal Perspective on its Validity, Concept and Practices
Volume Two of Salah ad-Deen al-Ayubi discusses the establishment of the Ayubid state, mentioning the origins of Salah ad-Deen's family, his birth and childhood
International Islamic Publishing House
In The Name Of Allah, The Most High, The Most Gracious, The Most Merciful. O Allah, send salutations on our Prophet (peace be upon him), who is the last and final Messenger.
Mohammad Asadullah Umari
Allah the Most High says, ‘This day I have perfected for you your religion, and have completed my blessings upon you, and am pleased in (having chosen) Al-Islam for you as your (complete) religion.’