The Holy Qur'an القرءان الكريم

PopUp MP3 Player (New Window)
Date 30/12/2011
إنّ الحمد لله نحمده ونستعينه ونستغفره ونستهديه ونشكره، ونعوذ بالله من شرور أنفسنا ومن سيئات أعمالنا، من يهد الله فلا مضلّ له ومن يضلل فلا هادي له، وأشهد أن لا إله إلا الله وحده لا شريك له ولا مثيل...
Date 05/11/2006
Question - Asalaam Alaikum    Dear Scholars,   I represent the Werribee Islamic Centre in Victoria Australia. We need your advice on how best to conduct the Juma Khutba and the...
Date 23/09/2010
Integrals (Rukns) of Hajj1. Intention; (made during the months of Hajj—Shawwal, Dhul-Qa^dah, and the first ten (10) days of Dhul-Hijjah).2. Physical presence at ^Arafat; (for some time between the...
Date 21/10/2010
سورة تَبَارَكَ SURAH TABARAKAMakkiyyan by consensus.Comprised of thirty (30) ayahs.  General MeaningAyah  بِسْمِ اللهِ الرَّحْمنِ الرَّحِيمِ 1)  Glorified and Transcendent is He ...
Date 22/01/2014
SIGNS OF THE APROACH OF JUDGEMENT-DAY Dear brothers in Islam, Ayah 1 of Suratul-Anbiya’ means: [The time of people’s judgement has come so close, yet they heed not and they turn away]. Today we will...
Date 01/04/2012
شرح الحديث النبوي: "لا تزولُ قَدَمَا عبدٍ يومَ القيامةِ حتَّى يُسألَ عن ..." رَوى ابنُ حِبَّانَ والترمذيُّ في جامِعِه أنَّ رسولَ الله صلى الله عليه وسلم قالَ: "لا تزولُ قَدَمَا عبدٍ يومَ...
Date 26/12/2008
Our Beloved Prophet ^ISA (Jesus) Introduction Allah sent many messengers to the humans as a mercy from Him. Allah sent them all to teach the people what is the correct and acceptable worship of...
Date 07/03/2009
الجواب: قال الثعلبي في تفسيره : ذكر أهل العلم بالقرءان ، أنّ حوّاء ولدت لآدم أربعين نفسا في عشرين بطنا، أوّلهم قابيل وأخته إقليما، وءاخرهم عبد المُغيث وأمَة المُغيث، ثمّ لم يمت حتّى بلغ ولده وولد ولده...
Date 13/08/2007
بَهْجَةُ النَّظَرِ كِتَابُ الزَّكَاةِ [ 190 ] - س : مَا هِيَ الزَّكَاةُ ؟ وَفِيمَ تَجِبُ؟ ج : الزَّكَاةُ هِيَ اسْمٌ لِمَا يُخْرَجُ عَنْ مَالٍ أَوْ بَدَنٍ عَلَى وَجْهٍ مَخْصُوصٍ، وَهِيَ أَحَدُ...
Date 28/05/2007
Size of File: 17.7MBDuration: 0:43:08To download, right click on link below and choose "Save Target As"DOWNLOAD

Ninemsn - Course on values for Imams praised 25th Sep 2006

Course on values for Imams praised
Monday Sep 25 23:21 AEST


A course for local Imams teaching subjects denouncing extremism and understanding Australian culture has been praised by the federal government.

Subjects titled Islamic doctrine and the theological proof against extremism and Muslim integration into Australia are included in the Australian designed and based course.

Parliamentary Secretary for Immigration Andrew Robb, who wants Australia's Islamic clerics to preach sermons in English, attended a graduation ceremony for the course in Sydney on Monday night.
Some 100 Imams and Islamic leaders graduated at the Darulfatwa Islamic High Council's ceremony.

Mr Robb, who also wants Imams to denounce terrorism, said the course was an important step towards teaching Islam in an Australian context.
"Such understanding makes them far more effective in instilling confidence in Australian Muslims that they can be equal and committed members of the community while being true to their faith," he said.

Mr Robb said the course was an extremely positive example of Australia's Imams and Muslim leaders actively supporting the Australian government in building community cohesion and unity.
"The recent historic two-day conference of Imams, with its particular focus on young people, was another key development in looking at how to communicate Islam to Muslims in Australia," he said.
Mr Robb said he was encouraged that the Imams conference had stressed the importance of preaching in English.

"Some fifty per cent of the 360,000 Muslims in Australia are under 25 years of age and most were born in Australia with English as their first language," he said.
"So there is a clear responsibility to deliver the teachings of Islam in English so young people learn about the Koran from the Mosque and not the internet."

Mr Robb extended his best wishes to Australia's Muslim community at the commencement of the month of Ramadan noting that they played an important role in Australia's economic and social life.