A verse of the Holy Qur'an provides the blueprint for rooting out racism.
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Whosoever killed a person – unless it be for killing a person or for creating disorder in the land – it shall be as if he had killed all mankind; and...
Find out who had always been at the forefront of championing religious freedom.
@Shutterstock O ye who believe! Avoid much suspicion; for suspicion in some cases is a sin. And spy not, neither backbite one another. Would any of you like to...
The first battle in the history of Islam can provide a valuable lesson to Muslims today on the importance of always staying united.
A personal account of the many emotions, lessons and experiences of journeying to Makkah, to carry out the holy pilgrimage of Hajj.
Every year on Eid-al-Adha, Muslims commemorate the sacrifice of Prophet Abraham (as). But how can we establish the true spirit of sacrifice today?
Guidance from the Caliph on topics such as the truth of Islam, the Israeli-Palestinian crisis and more.
Some brief religious teachings from Islam, Judaism, Sikhism and Zoroastrianism on how to create the ideal society.
An explanation of what, according to Islam, is considered Halal (lawful) and Haram (unlawful) for Muslims.
The Review of Religions presents the official translation of the Friday Sermon delivered by His Holiness, Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad (aba), on 27th January...
A 13 step guide to seeking Allah and become one of His chosen servants.
Did you know that Friday carries a spiritual significance for Muslims? Friday is the holiest day of the week, known in Arabic as Jumu`ah (Friday).
In this excerpt from 'The Essence of Islam', Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (as) discusses the soul at rest, steadfastness in faith and the relationship with God.
His Holiness (aba) explained how we should develop love for God & our fellow human beings in order to attain the pleasure of Allah & prayed for the...
Is there any scientific evidence for the existence of soul? This article aims to look at the concept of soul from a scientific perspective.
@Shutterstock The first Roman Emperor to adopt Christianity, Constantine, erected a great wooden structure on this site in 360 CE known as the Megalo Ekklesia...
An article by the BBC has portrayed Muslim women as having 'second class' status to men, based on their access to mosques during the pandemic. Ayesha Malik...
In this excerpt from 'The Essence of Islam', Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (as) discusses extinction of the self, revival and communion.
During the blessed month of Ramadan, Muslims are enjoined to fast. Does the injunction of fasting apply to children? What is the right age to start fasting?
How do Muslims know when to begin their fast and when to break it? Verses of the Holy Qur'an and narrations guide Muslims in how to keep a fast properly.
Ramadan is the holiest month in Islam. One of the key parts of this month is fasting, but is it mandatory?
Read about Adam's first four Ramadans; a story of faith, love and family.
In this excerpt from 'The Essence of Islam', Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (as) discusses faith, certainty and insight.
Why do Muslims fast during Ramadan? Here are 5 reasons why.
Food for thought: instead of focussing on opulent food buffets during Ramadhan, we should quench our spiritual thirst by helping others.
References from world religions about the lying and deceit.
References from world religions about the importance of prayer.
Learn about Islam's guide to happiness.
©Shutterstock Qasim Choudhary, USA In his popular fable The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari, Robin Sharma takes his readers on a spiritual odyssey through the...