Enjoining the right (Amr bi-l-maʿruf) and forbidding the wrong (Nahy ʿani-l-munkar) are among the practical principles of Islam which are literally defined as “encouraging and inviting people to virtuous acts and good deeds” and “preventing or...

One of the ten practical principles of Islam, Jihad, is literally defined as “hardship, endeavor, exaggeration in work, reaching the height of something and capability”, while in the Sharia of Islam Jihad is sacrificing one’s life and property...

Faith in the religion of Islam is based on rational thinking. Quranic teachings always encourage people to achieve faith through reasoning and do not consider mere devotional cognition as adequate. Hence one should accept the Islamic axioms (...

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preyers in islam

Islam considers Praying (Salat) five times a day [1] as one of the most important practical principles. The more times one does something, the more it becomes part of him/her and his/her character...

prayers in Islam

“…and when you feel secure, perform the [complete] prayers, for the prayer is indeed a timed prescription for the faithful”. (4:103)