Presented here is commentary of the Sūrah Kāfirūn by
Amīn Ahsan Islāhī. The sūrah begins with a number of oaths,
followed by an acute criticism of the ungrateful attitude of human beings –
something which a just God would never ignore. Islāhi dwells on each oath and
shows how it relates to what follows them. He also elaborates the dire though
quite justified implications of the Qur’ānic criticism.
Sūrah Āl-‘Imrān (21-41)
This is an annotated translation of twenty verses of Sūrah
Al-Imrān by Jāved Ahmad Ghāmidī. These verses deplore the attitude of Israelites
towards divine revelations and the Messengers; they also warn weak-hearted
Muslims who continue cherishing a soft stance for rejecters of truth. Also
discussed in these verses is the episode of rearing of Mary by Zechariah (sws)
and how he was given the glad tiding of a son – John (sws).
The Length of Sūrahs
This brief essay of Farāhī investigates the wisdom
underlying the varying size of surāhs of the Holy Qur’ān.
The Crisis of Islam: Holy War and
This is a comprehensive review of The Crisis of Islam,
which gained much popularity not only in the West but also in many quarters of
the Muslim world as well.
Your Questions answered
Shehzad Saleem responds to a number of questions,
discussing many contemporary issues, which baffle the minds of a lot of Muslims