The Quran is the holy book of Islam, and it's full of wisdom and guidance for people of all ages, including children. Here are some key concepts from the ancient scripture that can be presented in a child-friendly manner: Stories of good people: Tell them stories about good people, like different prophets. Children can learn … Continue reading The Quran for Children
In this blog post, I want to try to debunk the irrational debate that Muslims do the opposite of Hindus. Let’s decode the myth of opposite belief systems. With the 42nd amendment of the Constitution of India enacted in 1976, the Preamble to the Constitution asserted that India is a secular nation. However, neither India’s constitution nor its laws define the relationship between religion … Continue reading Do Muslims Really Do the Opposite of Hindus?
Recently, India’s top court banned the controversial law that allowed Muslim men to end the marriage by uttering talaq — Arabic word for divorce — three times. But what is this cult of instant divorce? A triple talaq is a form of Islamic divorce which has been used by Muslims in India. It allows any Muslim man to legally divorce … Continue reading Triple Talaq — The Cult of Instant Divorce In Islam
Marriage is a sacred bond entered into by two people who are committed to their goal to fulfill their lives and attain the pleasure of their creator. It's also a natural human impulse to want to share your life with someone special and create a family. Husband and wife have a special bond between them. When … Continue reading Husband and Wife in Islam