Why do Muslims fast during Ramadan? Here are 5 reasons why.
Author - Komal Hadi
An interview with economist, Dániel Oláh on the history of economics and the Arab-Muslim scholar and 'stepfather of economics', Ibn Khaldun.
Food for thought: instead of focussing on opulent food buffets during Ramadhan, we should quench our spiritual thirst by helping others.
The profound life of Jamia Ahmadiyya UK student, Mazhar Ahsan Ahmad, displays the proof of the Living God while remaining steadfast in trials.
An influx of sexual violence claims in schools and universities have recently been exposed. What can be done to combat predatory behaviour?
While visiting Palestine, an Imam shares, with the Sunni Muslims he meets, incidents of how God speaks to the Caliphs of Ahmadiyyat.
NASA’s latest rover to Mars, Perseverance, aims to gather data on the origins of life, as explained in the Holy Qur'an 1400 years prior.
An Interview with Professor David Hawkes about the history of usury in Rennaisance England and its negative effects on a moral society.
An interview with the founder of 'Our Small Wonders', an organisation who work to see more autism awareness and acceptance in Pakistan.
Looking at the age old question, what happens when to us when we die? A comparative study of religions on the symbiosis of the body and soul.
On this day in 1889, the Promised Messiah (as) established Ahmadiyyat. We also look towards a future of hope after a trying year of Covid-19.
The Press Secretary of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, Abid Khan Sahib, shares an inspiring incident of an earnest prayer being answered.
University reader in Economics, Dr Iyer speaks to the Review of Religions about her research on the connection between religion and economics.
A response to baseless allegations against prophecies made by the Promised Messiah, Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (as)
What is Islam's take on non-co-operation with the government? The second Caliph of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community explains.
A close review of the Zubair Simonson's assertions against Islam- does he come to contradict the views held by His Holiness, Pope Francis?
The ill treatment of non-Muslim women in Pakistan entirely contradict the inclusive values of peace taught by the Holy Prophet of Islam (sa).
Part I of a detailed insight into the centuries old quest to find one of Arabia’s lost cities, Iram- from fantasy to reality?
A look at 'Goldilocks chemistry' shows us that blind and random biological processes cannot lead to the highly precise universe we call home.
Jesus being born of the Holy Spirit in no way proves his divinity. The term only means that his birth was miraculous — a clear manifestation of the...
How can governments combat COVID-19 vaccine anxieties among their citizens? The Promised Messiah (as) addressed this global issue in 1902.
On this World Religions Day, we recognise that religion serves as a beacon of hope across the world after a tough year battling COVID-19.
A Law teacher at the Nigeria Police Academy unravels the creation of the #ENDSARS campaign following police brutality cases in Nigeria.
A reflection of 2020 and what the landscape of 2021 might look like. Relief and out of the woods or out of the frying pan and into the fire?
An exploration of whether Christmas remains a Christian celebration, or instead, an opportunity for corporations to increase public spending.
The world’s Muslims anxiously await the return of Jesus Christ (as) in the latter days. Yet Ahmadi Muslims know that he has already returned.
The latest wisdom from His Holiness, the Calip (December 5th - 11th 2020)
What is the relationship between Islam and feminism? A deliberation of the different, yet equally important roles of men and women in Islam.
Admiral William H. McRaven writes of principles that can better one's life. Islam taught these same life changing priciples 1400 years ago.
Part II opposes athiestic belief of mankind attributing human qualities onto God, but rather, God created the nature of man in His reflection.