Monday, February 27, 2012

Article on daawah in the online world

The first time that I cried at the wonder of Allah (swt) was when I witnessed the resilience of a sixteen-year-old shy Mexican girl converting to Islam in my college in the USA. Born and brought up in a strict Catholic household from a small town near Los Angeles, Rosario had never met a Muslim before. She was brought closer to Islam solely through research over the Internet, which she started at the age of fourteen.

Read the full story here on Hiba Magazine)

Monday, February 20, 2012

Travelling with our favorite book

Many of us often deny the presence of the Quran in our daily lives, because of our concern over the rulings surrounding the question of travelling with the Quran. All scholars agree that the word of Allah (swt) is above all other words in the world and has to be treated with respect by every Muslim. While it is important that we are careful of how we treat the word of Allah (swt), especially in Arabic, it should not imply that we do not travel with Quran. Nowadays, when we spend so much time travelling by car, bus, train and plane, it would be a great loss, if we decided not to take our favourite copy of the Quran with us. 

Read the full article here on Hiba Magazine