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The name “Mujib-ur-Rahman” is common among Muslims of South Asia, i.e. India, Pakistan and Bengladesh, but it almost non-existent in the Arab world.

The meaning of “Mujib-ur-Rahman” is that this person is someone who responded to Allah’s Command and obeyed it, and hence worshipped Him Alone.

There is nothing wrong with calling this person “Mujib-ur-Rahman”, or “Mujib” only.

Allah knows best.


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All Praise is for Allah.

Scholars of Arabic language have different opinions, and the scholars of Islamic Jurisprudence followed them in this difference, about setting the limits for the age of youth. The best opinion seems to be that the period of “youth” (shabab) starts from puberty and ends at 30 or 32 years, after which the period of “kuhoolah” (middle-age) starts.

Allah knows best.

The word “hour” (sa’ah) has been mentioned in the Book of Allah, the sunnah of His Messenger (peace be upon him), he speech of the Prophets’ companions (may Allah be pleased with them all) and the great scholars after them. However, it does not bear the meaning of the modern usage of an hour which is equal to 60 minutes Read the rest of this entry »

The Great Arabic Language

The Arabic language plays an important role in the life of current Arabic thought. It is the biggest base on which this great heritage stands, a living medium for Arabic literature and the language which binds together the Islamic nation. Read the rest of this entry »