Praying on Time: Between Deep Faith & Fashionable Identity

Anywhere on earth prayer can be performed. An American Muslim sister tells her experience with prayer and how she made and felt the balance…

`Eid Al-Fitr: Prayer and Celebrations

The first morning after Ramadan is the beginning of a very unique, jolly day with religious and social rituals for all Muslims. So, what do we do on that day?

Ghusl on Friday: Recommended?

Why should the Muslim perform ghusl before going to Friday Prayer? Is it obligatory or preferred? What is the proof of that from the Sunnah?

Ghusl (the Complete Ablution): Its Rulings from Qur’an and Sunnah

Ghusl means to wash the entire body with water. What are the rulings of ghusl from Qur’an and Sunnah? When is it obligatory?

Step by Step Guide to Prayer by E-Da`wah Committee (EDC)

Prayer is one of the main and most important pillar in Islam. It is a connection between a person and Allah, the Creator. Learn how to pray step by step…

The Adhan: Its Virtues and History

The adhan, although it has very few words, covers all essentials of the faith. How is that? What does it indicate, and how was it legislated?

New Muslims Filling Post-Ramadan Emptiness

Should we wait till next Ramadan to be better Muslims and become spiritually elevated? What should we work on next? How do we gain God’s pleasure and blessings after such a rich spiritual experience?

A Day of Celebration: My First Eid

Regent’s Park Mosque in London, or London Central Mosque as it is more properly known, played a major part in my journey to Islam. It was the first mosque in the UK that I visited. It was there that I attended the Islamic Circle every Saturday afternoon to learn about Islam.