Why Muslims worship the Ka’ba in Mecca?

Ka’ba is the Qibla i.e. the direction muslims face during their prayers. It is important to note that though muslims face the Kaaba during prayers, they do not worship the Kaaba. muslims worship and bow to none but Allah: We see the turning of your face (for guidance) to...

121 Facts about Islam

Dare to find a mistake If someone doubt the Quran’s authenticity, the Quran itself offers you the challenge to find a mistake in it. And inevitably, after accepting it’s challenge and discovering that it is true, these people will come to believe it because they could not disqualify it....

Why vast difference between Islam and Muslims?

1. Islam is without doubt the best religion and the only religion that is from The Creator of the universe. But the media is in the hands of the Westerners who are afraid of Islam. The media is continuously broadcasting and printing information against Islam. They either provide misinformation...

Muslims believe in more than one God

Islam adheres to uncompromising monotheism. It teaches that God is One and indivisible. In the Quran, God often refers to Himself as “We”. But it does not mean that there is more than one God. The reference of God to Himself as “We” in many Quranic verses is necessarily...

What are the Muslims?

The Arabic word “muslim” literally means “someone who is in a state of Islam (submission to the will and law of God)”.  The message of Islam is meant for the entire world, and anyone who accepts this message becomes a muslim.  Some people mistakenly believe that Islam is just...

Why some Muslims are non-vegetarians?

‘Vegetarianism’ is now a movement the world over. Many even associate it with animal rights. Indeed, a large number of people consider the consumption of meat and other non-vegetarian products to be a violation of animal rights. Islam enjoins mercy and compassion for all living creatures. At the same...

Islam and Unitarians

Islam is a corrective to, not an aberration from, Christianity.
”Unitarians and Muslims both believe that the New Testament is an uncertain guide to the actual events of this early period. Muslims regard the books of the New Testament as mainly the product of the followers of Paul of Tarsus,...