Controversial Questions About Islam & Comments

Prepared by: Dr. Saeed Ismaeel Sini

What about Marriage and Divorce?

… In general, a woman is married through her guardian, but there are exceptions. This is because, in Islam, her father, her brother, or her son takes care of her before marriage, including all her living expenses. If the marriage fails, she goes back to her guardian’s care. Furthermore, if the divorced husband fails to pay for his children, the burden goes back to her guardian too. However, there are scholars who permit a woman to marry without a male guardian, in certain cases.

Une brève note sur le jeûne

De : Sheikh Mohammad bin Saleh Al-Othaimeen

Translated by: Lamia Ishak

Le jeûne : est un mode de culte par l’abstention de choses, qui l’annulent, de l’aube au coucher du soleil.

Prequisites and Requirements of Salat

By Dr. Mubarak Ali



According to the Shari’ah, there are two essential components to Siyam: the neyyah, and abstinence. With regard to the neyyah, it must be emphasized that, like Salat, there is no verbal neyyah for keeping the fast as intention is a condition of the heart. The Messenger of Allah (pbuh) said:

Combating Terrorism


Dr. Ali S. Awadh Asseri

(Saudi Ambassador to Lebanon)



Real & Wonderful Stories

Compiled by: Abdurahim bin Mizhir Almalki


     I will say right away that I am very young. I am only eighteen, and that fact seems to astound most people. I think it is proof that we are never too young to begin looking for God or to understand His truth.

Clarity from Confusion

I grew up as a Christian knowing from the media that the religion of Islam was a terrorist, barbaric, evil and dirty religion. It oppressed women by making them cover their hair and wear an outer garment and making them prisoners in their homes with no rights.

When I met a Muslim while in college I was so surprised and shocked. He was gentle, intelligent, sincere with impeccable dress and cleanliness.


By: Zamzam Bayian

     Sometimes for one reason or another, we develop a keen desire to know the future. This keen desire may change to anxiety when we have problems in our life. Consequently, we look for a door of hope that will be opened for us in the future, changing our bitter circumstances to happiness.

     Sometimes, this desire takes the form of focusing on our dreams and trying to know their interpretations to give us a "why" to live, and endure our problems patiently.