Quote-Unquote: Dr. Pasha on Islam,
Muslims and the World
(Bringing Islam to the World One Concept at a Time!
Taking the Qur'an to Every Home and Heart that Needs It --
And which One Does Not?)
The people of the world, generally speaking, have no idea what fasting is all about: the way Islam teaches us to do.
Even though fasting has been part of everybody’s ancient cultural -- call it Islamic -- heritage and tradition, from God Almighty.
Given to all in their own respective time periods, through their own divine messengers and leaders that came to them from God.
But the world simply forgot how to do it right. The world has no clue.
As a result, everybody fasts the way they want.
For example: half-day fast; dawn-to-dusk fast; fast only from meat; fast but keep drinking water.
And so on.
Isn’t it time for Muslims to inform and teach the rest of the world -- the entire world that is -- how fasting should be done according to the commands and teachings of God -- the way it was practiced and shown to the world by God’s Messenger, Muhammad, Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam?
The way fasting is really supposed to be done?
Maybe this Ramadan is the time to do it, do you think?
Will Muslims of the world rise to this challenge and help their non-Muslim brothers and sisters everywhere to see how fasting should be done?
If Ramadan, as the Qur'an says, is the month in which the Qur'an was sent down, and it is, a question each and every one of us must ask is this:
This Ramadan, 1437-2016, how many homes and hearts are we ...
The most blessed and wonderful month of Ramadan is upon us.
Good people fast and pray during this blessed month.
And they stay away -- more than ever -- from bad things, whether it is bad speech or bad behavior.
The Month of ...
Kullu 'Aam wa Antum Bikhair!
Bayraminiz Kutlu Olsun!
The last one being Turkish.
Of course! And why not? Eid Mubarak -- to one and all! Indeed!
Muslim and non-Muslim alike! For, this is a common occasion ordained by God for all -- fasting ...
"When Ramadan comes, Muslims flock to Muslims asking for their Zakat money and soliciting all kinds of other donations from them for this or that charitable purpose.
This Ramadan, I come to you asking for a very different kind of favor: ...
“To many Muslims today, Islam seems to be all about fasting and praying. And then, for those who can afford it, it seems to be about running off to do as many extra Hajj as possible. The social conditions – ...
Honoring Your Guest
Validate Your Feelings before Acting on Them
Prayers in the Regular Sense of that Word
But Salaat Is Way, Way More than Prayers
Salaat: This Is How You Do It!
Then Come the Personal ...
“It is August 2010. And it is also the month of Ramadan – 1431 – during which Muslims everywhere fast the entire day.
Pakistan, we are told, is having the worst floods of its 60-year history, with 20 million reported victims. And ...
“It is the day after Lailatul Qad’r, Ramadan, 1431/2010. The news media today produced two photographs, almost side by side. One, of four little children, perhaps between the ages of one and two, lying on their back, covered by flies, in a ...
“The most blessed month of Ramadan is designed to completely reshape human life and character. During the blessed month of Ramadan, our habits of eating, drinking, sleeping, conjugal intimacy, all undergo profound transformation.
After day-long deprivation of food, drink and sex, Ramadan imposes upon ...
“In case non-Muslims, or even some Muslims, were wondering what Ramadan is or was all about, here is a simple way of looking at it. Ramadan is fasting during the day and reading the Qur’an and praying during the night: Day after ...
“Everyone else will tell you about miracles. But I want to show you one. I mean no disrespect to Muslims when I say this.
But the fact is that Muslims are perhaps among the most unpunctual people on earth. See them in their ...
"Let us today, this Tuesday, December 8, 2010 – coinciding with the 1st of Muharram, 1432 of the Hijri Islamic calendar – let us today introduce a new concept and a new term in the English lexicon: “Real-Time Miracles.” By ...
"What many people may not realize about Islam is that the Law of Gravity is as Islamic as Fasting and Prayers – what is called Siyaam and Salaah or Roza and Namaz. And having a safe, sturdy and secure ladder ...