The Earth Is My Masjid

Salim. Abu Huzayfa's former freed slave.
Three kilometers Medina in a field used for drying dates, he is leading the prayer with the congregation praying in rows behind him in a haphazardly enclosed structure...

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From A Bedouin Tent to the Byzantine Throne

At a time when Arabia was sitting content with an obscure fate, before the advent of Islam, at a time when the isolated and barren deserts were buried in centuries of isolation, immediately above this region a struggle was taking place that was to...

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Conquest: An Invitation to Hearts

The date is still the first year of Umar's caliphate. Arabia, a place that had known no ruler, has become unified by Islam; the hearts and minds are open to the reality of Islam. Arabia now turns to the world geography to...

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Greeting Him on Eternal Mornings

The Prophet of mercy to the worlds who surrendered his soul to his Lord in Madina renews his existence on earth with every commemoration of the “Noble Birth.” He is remembered with great fervor in an expansive geography stretching from the Atlantic to the Pacific.

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Rule of Those Who Were Promised Heaven

The Righteous Caliphs period. Rule of those who were promised heaven.

Abu Bakr, Umar, Uthman and Ali were personally designated by Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) as "caliphs who were on the straight path, held tightly to truth and justice...

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Politics is Moving From Medina to Kufah

Medina is tired. Medina is sad. Its good fortune began with hosting the master of mankind. Consequently, having presented comprehensive and universal messages to humanity, this lofty city does not want to go down in history...

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Ali: A Caliph beset by Crises

Hassan's pain was obvious in his eyes which had not seen sleep for days, and like all the people of Medina, he was breathing sadness. If the prayers of "if only" which were falling the mouth of Medina during those days had been accepted on the plane of...

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The Jamal Event: A Battle without an Enemy

The vacuum left by the departure of her soul mate grew with the passing years; the dynamism of youth, the ambition and fire gave way to maturity over the years, passing through the sieve of this absence, leaving behind the sediment of an anger that gathered slowly. The fuel, which was to be turned into a great fire by circumstances, was loaded upon Aisha.

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Medina Surrenders to Sedition

Rebellious crowds numbering between 600-1000 men Egypt, Kufa and Basra. Supposedly they had set out for the pilgrimage, but these caravans were in league with one another.

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Uthman: Rule of Benignity

One day the Prophet of Allah (pbuh) was resting at home with his dear wife Aisha. Prophet Muhammad was trying to cool himself Mecca's unbearable heat by slightly lifting his long gown leaving his legs bare.

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