Renaissance Monthly Journal
Renaissance | October - 1992
A monthly journal promoting research and original thinking in the light of the original sources of Islam.
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QUESTION: Can the Holy Quran be recited without ablution (wadhu)?
ANSWER: The Holy Quran has directed the believers to be in the state of `wadhu' when they pray. They are not asked to be in that condition for any other purpose, although it encourages its readers to remember Allah as much as is possible.
There has been a universal consensus among the Muslims that a genuine Islamic State cannot be established and maintained, on the pattern of the one brought into being by the Prophet (sws) and preserved by the Khulafaa-i-Raashideen, without
With Surah Qaaf begins the sixth group of the Quran. The central theme of this group is the Hereafter. In this particular surah, various arguments have been cited to prove that the Day of Judgement is certain to come. The surah can be
Zakat is the only tax an Islamic government can impose upon its Muslim citizens. It is not merely a charity fund but can be spent on the collective needs of the people as well: The zakat money can be used to pay the salaries of all government officials including