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Coronavirus in the Islamic world

Coronavirus in the Islamic world

The challenges of COVID-19

As the global economy reels and everyday life grinds to a standstill, we take a look at the spread of coronavirus across the Middle East and the wider Muslim world – and the containment measures being put in place

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The novel coronavirus is a disease that has infected more than 134,500 people worldwide. More than 134,500 people have been infected…


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China coronavirus: A new Virus in China

China coronavirus: All you need to know in 500 words

A new virus has killed 81 people in China and infected almost 3,000 people, with cases confirmed in several countries.

Health authorities are springing into action to prevent a global pandemic [Thomas Peter/Reuters]

What is a coronavirus?

Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses that cause illnesses ranging from the common cold to more severe diseases such as Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) and Middle East…


Added by + IUUOƆƎUT + on January 27, 2020 at 10:22pm — 2 Comments

Solar & Lunar Eclipses: A Muslim Perspective

In the Name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful.

All praise and thanks are due to Allah, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger.

Dear questioner! Thank you for your question and the confidence you place in our service and…


Added by + IUUOƆƎUT + on December 26, 2019 at 10:13am — 2 Comments

If an eclipse is a natural phenomenon, then why should we feel scared and pray?


It is now known that eclipse is nothing but a normal process that occurs after a regular interval (that can be known) of the moon coming between the sun & the earth. Then why was it that Holy Prophet(pbuh) used to pray at that time, though it didn't cause any danger!?…


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Science in Islam

Science in Islam

"We (God) shall show them Our signs in the Universe and within themselves, until it becomes clear to them that this is the Truth." Quran 41:53

The Quran, the book of Islam, is the final book of revelation from God to humanity and the last in the line of revelations given to the Prophets.

Although the Quran (revealed over 1400 years ago), is not primarily a book of…

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Virtues of Friday- Hadiths about the Day of Jummah

The literal meaning of Friday is congregation or gathering of people for special Jummah prayer. Friday is the sixth day of Islamic week. In Islam, Friday has given special importance. Every Friday, a prayer of Jummah offer and for this prayer special time is appropriated. The Messenger of Allah Holy Prophet (PBUH) said: “The best day the sun rises over is Friday; on it Allah created Adam. On it, he was made to enter paradise, on it he was expelled from…


Added by + IUUOƆƎUT + on November 1, 2019 at 7:32am — No Comments

The Specifics of Surah al-Hujurat

The goal of this Surah is to elucidate upon a series of life-giving commandments of Akhlaq (Ethics and Morality) and social interaction which (if put into practice), would lead an ideal civilization. These in turn could create and cultivate a pure society that is far removed from all sorts of blameworthy moral traits.

According to the unanimous verdict of all the commentators of the Qur’an, the number of verses of this Surah are eighteen. Through its own particular way of explaining…


Added by + IUUOƆƎUT + on October 31, 2019 at 7:10am — No Comments

mportance of 12th Rabi-ul-Awal

Rabi-ul-Awal is the third month of Islamic Lunar Calendar which holds great importance and significance in the lives of Muslims. The month of Rabi-ul-Awal comes after Safar-al-Muzaffar and is the…


Added by + IUUOƆƎUT + on October 29, 2019 at 6:40am — 1 Comment

Kala JAdu

What Is Kala Jadu ? AlI important Question Regarding Kala jadu Answred Black magic or maybe kala jadu that is dark traditionally labeled employing supernatural influence or miraculous during evil and selfish purposes! Having respect into left-hand path and right-hand path dichotomy, black magic is the actual destructive, left-hand equivalent of benevolent magic that is white. Some find that the definition of "black in modern times We live in an…


Added by + IUUOƆƎUT + on October 24, 2019 at 11:46pm — 1 Comment

A Brief History of HTML

The history of hypertext markup language is a strange and interesting tale. From its simple start as an online subset of SGML through political maneuverings of the huge browser companies to its current piecemeal – but growing – compatibility, the language has weathered a storm of growth, abuse, and innovation. Recently, the battle for control of the standard has focused on functionality. Microsoft and Netscape are both touting W3C compliance as a crucial…


Added by + IUUOƆƎUT + on October 22, 2019 at 10:38pm — No Comments

Dengue fever facts

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Dengue is a viral disease transmitted by some types of

mosquitoes. It is widespread across Asia, the Pacific, Central and Southern America and Africa where these mosquitoes exist. Dengue outbreaks occur each year in north Queensland following cases imported from overseas. Dengue does not spread from person to person and is transmitted through the…


Added by + IUUOƆƎUT + on October 16, 2019 at 10:09pm — 1 Comment

The End Is Not Near, But If An 'Insect Apocalypse' Ever Happens, How Would We Know?

Insects scuttle, chew and fly through the world around us. Humans rely on them to pollinate plants, prey on insects that we don’t get along with, and to be movers and shakers for Earth’s ecosystems. It’s hard to imagine a world without insects.

That’s why news reports in recent months warning of an “insect apocalypse” sparked widespread alarm. These articles, which were based on long-term insect collections and a review of past studies, suggested that people alive today…


Added by + IUUOƆƎUT + on October 16, 2019 at 9:55pm — 3 Comments

Things about Arabic Language in an info graphic

Things you didn’t know about the Arabic language

Learning the Arabic language, the lingua franca of the Arab world is one of the best professional decisions you could make.

The Middle-east and North African (MENA) region is growing at an incredible pace, and expected to continue growing. According to recent research, the region’s leading economies (Kuwait, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates) are outcompeted by other wealthy countries regarding government institutions,…


Added by + IUUOƆƎUT + on October 15, 2019 at 11:08pm — 1 Comment

Interview: Artist Quits Day Job to Pursue Passion for Beautifully Quilled Paper Art

Istanbul-based Turkish artist  left her job as an HR Specialist earlier this year to pursue her passion for paper quilling as a full-time job. "I began quilling three years ago," she told us in an email. "While I was searching the internet for inspiration to find the right hobby for me, I found a colourful picture that was made from paper using the quilling technique, but I had no…


Added by + IUUOƆƎUT + on August 17, 2015 at 6:03am — No Comments

Spectacular Oil Paintings of Twinkling Eyes

They say that the human hand is the hardest thing to draw. While it may very well be true, it's the eyes that draw my attention the most. Ukrainian artist Pavel Guzenko manages to capture the glimmering gaze of the human eye with his impressionist technique. Each shimmering orb depicts a remarkable reflective surface, truly capturing the sparkle in one's eye.

Guzenko, who…


Added by + IUUOƆƎUT + on August 17, 2015 at 6:00am — 1 Comment

Winners of the 2015 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

After months of seeing the  in the , it's finally time to announce the winners! Selected from more than 17,000 global entries in the categories Travel Portraits, Outdoor Scenes, Sense of Place and Spontaneous Moments, Anuar Patjane Floriuk took home the grand prize for his incredible underwater shot of divers swimming close to a humpback whale near Roca Partida,…


Added by + IUUOƆƎUT + on August 17, 2015 at 5:48am — No Comments

Amazingly Intricate Laser-Cut Wood Relief Sculptures by Gabriel Schama

Oakland-based artist Gabriel Schama creates incredibly intricate, densely layered wood relief sculptures using thin, laser-cut pieces of mahogany plywood. He starts with a vector illustration that is sent to a laser cutter. Lasers carve designs into 1/8-inch sheets of plywood, which are then glued together and varnished. The result is a magnificently textured, mandala-like work…


Added by + IUUOƆƎUT + on April 5, 2015 at 7:10am — No Comments

Whimsical Photo Manipulations Offer Lighthearted Perspectives on the Natural World

Using beautiful imagery and editing prowess, graphic artist Anil Saxema’s whimsical photo manipulations lend a fresh perspective to our view of the natural world. His work depicts lighthearted scenes of humans and animals interacting in amusing — and often surprising — ways. For instance, a woman hangs a zebra’s stripes out to dry on a clothesline, and a man re-stripes a giraffe…


Added by + IUUOƆƎUT + on April 5, 2015 at 7:06am — 3 Comments

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