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Comparative Religion

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Wednesday, 2014 Jun 11th

The Messenger of Allaah said: "Whoever goes to a fortune-teller and asks him something and believes in his words, will have his prayer (Salaat) rejected for forty days."(Muslim). He also said: "...
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Tuesday, 2013 Nov 26th

Allaah says:   "Thus we have made you a just (and the best) nation".   What is meant by ummatan wasataa (translated here as "a just (and the best) nation"? What is meant by bearing witness over...
Comparative Religion, Faith and Creed, Fatawa, Quraan And Commentary dawahnigeria 0 comments

Thursday, 2013 Nov 14th

The teachings of Islaam require from the Muslim a certain set of attitude and behaviour towards other people in society. Muslims are expected to interact with everyone responsibly, sincerely and in a...
Comparative Religion, Contemporary Issues, Fatawa, Islamic Character, Islamic Law, Manners and Etiquette, Miscellaneous, Non-Muslim, Positive Attitude, Prophetic Traditions, Sisterhood and Brotherhood, Social Dealings dawahnigeria 0 comments

Saturday, 2013 Nov 09th

  In the early parts of the year 2000, governors in many of the states of western Nigeria variously muted the idea of "returning" mission schools to their former proprietors. A few of them wisely...
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Wednesday, 2013 Oct 23rd

  What is the ruling on a Muslim entering a church to listen to a lecture that is being given there? Praise be to Allaah. Entering churches for meetings and to listen to lectures is not free of a...
Comparative Religion, Contemporary Issues, Fatawa, Miscellaneous, Sisterhood and Brotherhood, Social Dealings dawahnigeria 0 comments

Thursday, 2013 Oct 17th

QUESTION: Please I would like to know: Is Eesaa bin Maryam (AS), the one called Jesus by the Christians, still alive or dead? Did Maryam, his mother, have any child after him? And will he be...
Comparative Religion, Faith and Creed, Fatawa, Knowledge, Miscellaneous, Misconceptions, Sisterhood and Brotherhood, Social Dealings dawahnigeria 0 comments

Sunday, 2013 Aug 25th

In the last edition, we presented the thoughts of Abubakar III, the Sultan of Sokoto, on the vexed issue of religion and violence in Nigeria. For this writer, two crucial points stand out in the...
Comparative Religion, Groups and Sects, International Affairs, Miscellaneous, Social Dealings, Terrorism dawahnigeria 0 comments

Saturday, 2013 Jul 06th

  We seem to be in an unending celebrations and festivals! First, it was the `Eid-ul-fitr [the festival of ending the Ramadan fasting] in the month of September. Then the [Nigerian] Independence Day...
Celebrations, Comparative Religion, Disparagement and Refutation, Non-Muslim dawahnigeria 0 comments