The aim of this book is to give the non-Muslim individuals a genuine opportunity to share the new Muslims their experiences when they genuinely had an access to authentic Islamic knowledge. As Allah says in the Quran[See full post]
Hussain Yee is a Malaysian national of Chinese descent. Being born into a Buddhist family, he embraced Islam at the age of 18 in 1968. He pursued a BA at the Islamic University of Madinah majoring in Hadith. Hussain Yee is now the President of Al Khadeem Organization in Malaysia.[See full post]
Noor came from a purely Hindu family where she was always taught to regard themselves (i.e. women) as beings who were eventually to be married off and have children and serve the husband – whether he was kind or not. Find out why she eventually reverted back to Islam.[See full post]
When the truth is revealed to you and you stand face to face with it, how long can you refuse to accept it? How long would you run away denying it?
Same was the situation of Aasiya Inaya, a born Hindu who took pried in being polytheist in times before face-off with Islam.[See full post]
AT A TIME WHEN ISLAM IS FACED WITH HOSTILE MEDIA COVERAGE PARTICULARLY WHERE THE STATUS OF MEN IN ISLAM IS CONCERNED, IT MAY BE QUITE SURPRISING TO LEARN THAT ISLAM IS THE FASTEST GROWING RELIGION IN THE WORLD, AND EVEN MORE IRONIC TO IS THAT THE STATISTICS SHOW THE MAJORITY OF CONVERTS TO ISLAM ARE WOMEN![See full post]
Amir Junaid Muhadith (born Chauncey Lamont Hawkins, June 20, 1975 in Harlem, New York) better known by his stage name Loon, is an African-American rapper formerly part of P. Diddy’s Bad Boy Records, where he released his self-titled debut album, Loon. He has also made many guest appearances on songs of the R&B and hip hop genres. In 2004, Loon left Bad Boy to start his own label, Boss Up Entertainment. Loon started his music career as a member of Mase’s rap collective Harlem World (group). Along with his music Loon has also been featured in two movies directed by Damon Dash, State Property 2 and Death of a Dynasty.
Many Rap Artists are beginning to leave the hip hop scene for a more spiritual life for a priceless life of peace that money can’t buy.[See full post]