• Ways of proving prophecy

    Ways of proving prophecy

    The veracity of the claims of the prophets can be verified in three ways: Firstly, through reliable signs such as honesty and truth.Similarly, by creating no deviation from the path of God and justice during their life. However, Read More
  • The status of the Sunnah

    The status of the Sunnah

    After the Glorious Qur'an, the most important source for understanding Islam is the Sunnah of the Prophet Muhammad, including his sayings and his deeds. The Qur'an itself grants this high position to the Prophet, as he is referred Read More
  • The history of the Holy Prophet of Islam (SAWA)

    The history of the Holy Prophet of Islam (SAWA)

    The last prophet of God is Muhammad - upon whom be blessings and peace - who possesses a book and a Shari'ah and in whom Muslims have placed their faith. The Prophet was born fifty three years before the beginning Read More
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Q:What did the Prophet face in the way of his mission from the tyrants of Quraysh?... Read More

Tyrants of Quraysh and the mission of the Prophet

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The status of the Sunnah

Q:How was the Prophet in terms of personality and characteristics?... Read More

The Prophet's personality and characteristics

Q:Who was the Prophet's father and what was his personality and moralstanding?... Read More

The Prophet's parents

Q:Why did Abdul Muttalib choose 'Muhammad' as the name for the Prophet of Islam?... Read More

The Prophet's name

Q:Please outline some examples of the Prophet's morality!... Read More

The Prophet's morality; Some examples

Q:Please outlinesome examples of the Prophet's generosity!... Read More

The Prophet's moralities; Generosity

Islamic Online Course

Islamic Online Course was planned by a team of Islamic scholars and senior teachers whose objective was to provide you with much information about Islam and its belief system in seven units which encompass the following subjects: “Cosmology”, “Theology”, “Anthropology”, “Prophethood”, “The Prophet of mercy”, “Eschatology” and “Felicity”. This Course offers you plenty of assessment material for practice and includes a variety of interactive and non-interactive activities to support your learning.

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