Category: Islamic Scholars’ Arena

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ENCOUNTER AT THE HOSPITAL By Bint Al-Huda

ENCOUNTER AT THE HOSPITAL By Bint Al-Huda This novel by Bint al Huda narrated the story of a very devoted Muslim doctor. One night she comes across an old patient in emergency unit. She saves the life of the patient with her hard work and becomes friend with Warqa, the granddaughter of the patient. Dr.…
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December 18, 2018 0

THE THOUSAND NIGHTS AND ONE NIGHT (ARABIAN NIGHTS): VOLUME 2

THE THOUSAND NIGHTS AND ONE NIGHT (ARABIAN NIGHTS): VOLUME 2 The Arabian Nights is an epic collection of Arabic folk tales written during the Islamic Golden Age. Scorned by an unfaithful wife, Shahryar is the king of a great empire, but is brokenhearted. Shahryar chose to marry a new woman every day only to kill…
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December 14, 2018 0

MASTER DISTRACTION AND EMBRACE DISTINCTION BY Sodiq Ogunwande

  To achieve distinction at anything in life, you need to put in unrelenting action on the information within your acquisition – this is the true answer to your situation. Acting as an opposition to the revolution that is constantly coming up as a result of the intention of your mindset to proffer solution to…
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December 13, 2018 0

THE TEST OF LIFE By Ahmad Bukar (Ibn Islam)

At his first word I was bemused Is it spiritual or psychological? I’m confused. His need for attention is huge For newsletters to be released on what is going on In the society of today that treats people like animals or worse I’m only depressed – but his want is death! SubhanAllah. Alhamdulillah. “The believers…
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December 13, 2018 0

THE THOUSAND NIGHTS AND ONE NIGHT (ARABIAN NIGHTS): VOLUME 1

THE THOUSAND NIGHTS AND ONE NIGHT (ARABIAN NIGHTS): VOLUME 1 The Arabian Nights is an epic collection of Arabic folk tales written during the Islamic Golden Age. Scorned by an unfaithful wife, Shahryar is the king of a great empire, but is brokenhearted. Shahryar chose to marry a new woman every day only to kill…
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December 10, 2018 0

A CONCISE HISTORY OF THE MIDDLE EAST By Arthur Goldschmidt Jr. & Lawrence Davidson

A CONCISE HISTORY OF THE MIDDLE EAST By Arthur Goldschmidt Jr. & Lawrence Davidson Teachers and students need a book that reflects current scholarship, does not hide its ideas behind a pseudoscholarly style addressed to pedants, and does not reinforce political or ethnic biases. Students and members of the wider English-speaking public deserve clear explanations of…
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December 7, 2018 0

WHY I CHOSE ISLAM By M. Emery

WHY I CHOSE ISLAM By M. Emery O seeker of truth, if you really seek the truth put aside all preconceived notions, and open your heart, do not let others judge or make a decision for you. This book by M. Emery is a beautiful narration shared by the author’s on the account of his journey…
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December 4, 2018 0

LEARNING FROM HISTORY (3): WHY PROPHET MUSA SERVED FOR EIGHT YEARS TO MARRY A WOMAN By Lan Rey Hassan

WHY PROPHET MUSA SERVED FOR EIGHT YEARS TO MARRY A WOMAN For many of us, if eight years were to be scraped off our current ages, we would be batting our eyelids into slumber, with Ugo.C.Ugo’s Common Entrance examination recipe on our table. Now, beyond certainty, you can relate to that. That seems a very…
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December 4, 2018 0

YOU CAN ACHIEVE ANYTHING AND EVERYTHING ONLY IF YOU CAN PUT IN THE WORK By Sodiq Ogunwande

The life you choose is not the one you bargained for You wish you were smart and savvy enough What you get from life is completely contrasting to what life offers the people around you You are angered You are paranoid You felt dejected and rejected Your hope for success is shattered “Do people think…
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December 3, 2018 0

HIJAB HAS TRULY COME TO STAY IN LAGOS SCHOOLS By Sanni Kay. Yusuf

  I was approached in anger. The complainer was sad. It was conspicuously written in his physiognomy. His voice trembled like some quake of the earth. He boiled. “What’s the matter”? I quizzed. “Why would a principal and the teachers disallow female muslim students the use of Hijab after they had been enfranchized by government?…
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December 1, 2018 0