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Learn Arabic online for Free

Learn Arabic online for Free

There are many online sites offering lessons in Arabic, but the quality and standard of them varies immensely. Technology has increased at a fast rate over the years, and quite a few of the original businesses offering Arabic learning classes ...

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Who was Muhammad?

Who was Muhammad?

Muhammad was the end of a long line of Prophets sent by God to guide humanity back to the right path and away from their false gods and evil actions. He was born in Makkah, Saudi Arabia in the year ...

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The Linguistic Miracle of the Quran

The Linguistic Miracle of the Quran

The Quran is widely recognised as a miraculous book, for the unique style and presentation of the arabic language. As muslims worldwide know, the words and surahs contained in the Quran can only have come from Allah. Unlike other religious ...

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What is the Quran?

What is the Quran?

The Quran is the word of Allah revealed to the Prophet Muhammad through the Angel Jibreel. The first revelation marked the beginning of Muhammad’s Prophethood, and continued for 23 years through the birth and growth of Islam in Arabia. The ...

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The Five Pillars of Islam

The Five Pillars of Islam

Islam has five obligatory duties that are recognized as the pillars of Islam. Every muslim must complete or attempt to complete them within their lifetime. The five pillars are:   1. Shahadah The Shahadah, otherwise known as the profession of ...

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Online Quran Resources

Online Quran Resources

Although there are many websites online featuring english translations, search facilities, different languages or audio of the Quran, there is really only one website you need to visit to receive all of this information. Quran.com features all of this and ...

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Online Hadith Search

Online Hadith Search

There are a number of websites on the internet which have included searchable hadith facilities for the public. Some contain more hadith books than others, and the quality of the search functions also vary. Considering the vast volumes of hadith ...

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