Although we marked the end of Ramadan with Eid, a time when we should celebrate and be happy, we can also perhaps understand that the moment is a bitter-sweet one. Why?
With the recent shooting on Martin Place in Sydney, followed by the mass killing of children in Peshawar and then another terrible tragedy in Cairns, members of the community, be they believers or non-believers, asked a simply and salient question; why is this happening? Why does God allow this to happen?
Like most Australians, I was surprised to learn of the recent ‘Sydney Siege’ taking place as I went about my daily routine. For many of us, to hear of such scenarios playing out are chilling.
Dads. Stop breaking your children. Please.
“Is Allah SWT teaching me something that I have not yet figured out”
My children, know that I and your mother love you. We agree on these words of advice to you. I pray that these words will be a part of you as long […]
Muhammad Ali’s daughter, Hana Yasmeen Ali, recently shared message to the world from her father that she says she will never forget.
The famous speech by Maulana Syed Abul Hasan Ali Nadwi (ra) delivered in Urdu at Markaz, Dewsbury in 1982. Still very, very relevant for all of us today.
What are we really putting into our mouths? “Ethylene is a petroleum-derived flammable gas that mimics the ripening hormone of many fruits, especially tomatoes, which can be months old by the time […]
Narrated Abu Hurairah (r.a.) that he heard Allâh’s Messenger (Peace be upon him) saying, “Allâh willed to test three Isrâelis who were a leper, a blind man and a bald headed man. So, […]
by Zakaria Mohammad – exclusive for IslaminAustralia.com As I sit here, on a seat that has been manufactured to test the ability of time with its leathery feel and arms with sockets to connect […]
A psychologist walked around a room while teaching stress management to an audience. As she raised a glass of water, everyone expected they’d be asked the “half empty or half full” question. […]