In Islam there is no fixed age for marriage, whenever a person reaches the age of puberty he or she is fit for marriage. Marriage (Nikah), the marital contract, may be made earlier but consummation of marriage can take place only after puberty is attained.
Oppositions try their best to make issue of certain Qur’anic ayaths and argue that Allah Himself misguides people. They use many different ayaths. Today let’s have wholesome look into the issue and unveil the slanders against the Noble Faith of Islam.
At first, one might wonder what harm could come from pork, a product eaten in many parts of the world, and the fact that pork contains parasites and diseases harmful to man may spring to mind as a justifiable reason for abstaining.
Jesus Christ (Peace be upon Him) clearly denies in the Bible that he performed miracles on his own. Instead, there are statements attributed to Jesus Christ (Peace be upon Him) in the Bible in which he says quite the contrary.
One of top-ten questions about Islam and Muslims is about kissing the Black Stone and facing the Sacred Ka'ba during prayers. Some say that perhaps Muslims worship Ka'ba or the Black Stone?
Few enemies of Islam have produced some new Allegations which claim that Aisha(May Allah be pleased with her) did not hit puberty at 9.
One common argument that has been consistently thrown on the Quran is that the Quran we possess today is not the same exact one which was revealed to the prophet Muhammad ﷺ, and that there are aayaath missing,
Many people are made to believe in the concept of original sin and eve is made responsible for the sin
Diacritical marks (aa’raab/zer-zabar) in Quran and justification of biddate hasnah (good innovation).The people of innovation raise this point time and again that diacritical marks (Aa’raab/Zer-Zabar) were not present in Quran
Few people especially missionaries’ quote the following Hadith: Narrated Sa’d(R): The Prophet ﷺ said,"If somebody takes some 'Ajwa dates every morning, he will not be effected by poison or magic on that day till night."
Millions of Muslims drink Zamzam water every year. There is little doubt that many thousand, where possible, drink this water regularly and/or have fed their children and other loved-ones with it,