Islamic jurisprudence, Fiqh in Arabic, is comprised of the rulings by Islamic scholars to direct the lives of the Muslim faithful. The general consensus among scholars is that Shariah is the collection of legal rulings that Allah has determined but are not wholly accessible by the jurists.
It is this firm conviction which gives rise to the urge within man to pray to Allah. When man receives inspiration from Allah, it comes to him naturally to call upon Allah for all his needs and to ask for Allah's blessings in this world as well as in the Hereafter. Allah is truly man's sustainer.
From the very inception of its career on this planet,
Islam had been singled out for such fatal attacks as no other religion would have been able to withstand.
There have been religions which had once conquered the then known world but they could not survive under an offensive much less serious than what Islam had to face. Unlike others, Islam not only overcame all its adversaries but was also successful in maintaining its original form and purity.
Each surah starts with a short introduction. The surah is followed by explanation of the verses based on authentic commentary. A "word to know" section provides root and derivatives of several key words used in the surah. This is further elaborated in to a word-to-word meaning of the entire surah. Each chapter ends with some teachings in the surah that the children can apply in their everyday life
Course highlights aspects of the lives of Companions of the Prophet, some famous, others almost completely unknown. Here the trials and triumphs of the early Muslims as individuals are well-portrayed. Their various paths to Islam -- sometimes direct, sometimes long and torturous, their devotion to the noble Prophet