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Al Jumuah VoL 23 Issue 6 Umar ibn Abd Al-Aziz Role-Model Ruler o
[Magazine issue 06. Fatawa Meat America, Ibn Jawzi Cleanliness, Madarij Salikeen, Guantanamo Convert,]

Al Jumuah VoL 23 Issue 6 Umar ibn Abd Al-Aziz Role-Model Ruler o

 Jumada ath-Thani 1432H darussalam16-05-11

Pages: 64 Binding: Paperback


Umar ibn Abd Al-Aziz: Role-Model Ruler for Our Times
Early life, Caliphate, Character and asceticism

Written By Uwaymir Anjum

  • The Other Televised Revolution Among Arabs

    The New Ethic of Lying in the Muslim World

    Cleanliness and Beauty
    Excerpts from Quarry of the Mind (Sayd Al-Khatir) Ibn Al-Jawzi

  • Special Issue - 1

  • Beyond the Blackboard: Reviving the Islamic Spirit of Learning
    Written By Wafiqah Sadiq

  • Special Issue - 2

  • The Trail: A Guantanamo Story
    Written By Jawaher Balousha

  • This issue includes:

    Straight Talk

    Insidious Satellites and Other Televised Revolutions
    Written By Amal Al-Sibai

  • Heart Talk

    Cleanliness and Beauty
    Excerpts from Quarry of the Mind (Sayd Al-Khatir) Ibn Al-Jawzi

  • Character

  • Laziness and Procrastination
    Written By Syedah Batool Husaini

  • Youthful Horizons

  • Everybody Lies
    Written By Sobia Asrar

  • Fatawa

    Eating Slaughterhouse Meat in America
    Answered by Unattributed
    AMJA Permenent Fatwa Committee

  • On Eating Meat In Canada and America
    Answered by Dr. Salah Al-Sawy
    AMJA Permenent Fatwa Committee

  • Science Upholds Faith

    Scientific Miracles of the Qur'an - 6
    Written By Harun Yahya

  • In Focus

  • Obsession: the unravelling of rationality
    Written By Olivia Kompier

  • Fiqh Matters - 1

  • Details On How The Imam Should Be Followed In Salah
    Written By Omar Abdl-Haleem

  • Fiqh Matters - 2

  • Appointing a Follow-Up Imam
    Written By Omar Abdl-Haleem

  • Nutrition and Spirituality

  • Acknowledging the Truth
    Written By Sehba Khan, MS, RD

  • Madarij-Us-Salikeen

  • Al-khuluq: The Station of Good Character - 4
    Written By Uwaymir Anjum

  • Letters From The Backwoods

  • Glad Tidings to the Strangers: why being different is not always a bad thing
    Written By Ahmad Haleem

  • Women's Issues

  • To Rail or Veil? Or How About Scarf or Barf?
    Written By Zainab Khan

  • Reflections

  • Fear and Longing
    Written By Khadijah Bushamie
  • About Al Jumuah Magazine:

    Al-Jumuah started out as a single-page publication in 1991, being distributed in mosques on Fridays. In the following 12 months due to rising popularity and recognition, Al-Jumuah developed into a twenty-four page magazine. Following on in 1995 the number of pages jumped up drastically to fifty-two full color pages.

    The development and rise of Al-Jumuah Magazine must in truth be accorded to the guidance and support bestowed upon us by Allah (Exalted is He), and after that, to the hard work put in by our Al-Jumuah teams in America, Saudi Arabia as well as here in London.

    The purpose of the magazine is to satisfy a longstanding need to learn about Islam by non-Arabic speaking Muslims around the world, and to serve as a constant reminder in these difficult times. We are glad to have subscribers in Asia, Africa, the Americas, the Middle East and Europe.

    Al-Jumuah Magazine focuses on the call to Islam (Dawah), purity of belief in Allah (Aqeedah), various aspects of Islamic jurisprudence (Fiqh), and other issues, striving to give knowledge in a practical and useful way. Every month, Al-Jumuah features articles on topics pertinent to Muslim living today, especially for those in the West.

    In addition to monthly features, Al-Jumuah has regular sections for Fiqh, Islamic History, Women's Issues, Trade & Finance, Parenting, the Prophetic Seerah, Muslim Character, Latest book reviews, Readers' forum, and much more. One of our most popular features is the Fatawa section where prominent scholars of today give answers and advice to contemporary questions

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