Tag Archives: Corán

Eid Al-Adha and animal welfare in islam

On July 29th, we have just attended the Eid al-Adha, or the so-called Feast of [...]

In Saudi Arabia, in the footsteps of the Prophet

Hijrah: in the footsteps of the Prophet. This was the theme chosen by Ithra (the [...]

Tranquility, or sakînah, in Islam

Tranquility is the character, or state, of that which is calm, serene, without anxiety, without [...]

Ramadan unifies the Islamic Ummah in belief, thought and practice

Mohamed Chtatou – Université Internationale de Rabat Instituted in Medina in the year 624, the [...]

Happy Feast of Sacrifice 2020 / 1441

The real meaning of Aid al-Adha, or the sacrifice festivity, goes beyond the animal sacrifice, [...]

Lailat al-Qadr, or the Night of Destiny

We are close to the month of Ramadan and, with it, to the Night of [...]

Ten million euros to unearth the history of Islam in Europe

The Spanish researcher Mercedes García Arenal, specialized in the history of the Moorish, leads this [...]

La conception de la nature et le paysage en Islam

Ce court métrage sur le réseau international de la FUNCI, Med-O-Med, réalisé à l’occasion du [...]

The older copy of the Qu’ran of the Word

Scholars at the Coranica Project, part of the University of Tübingen, examined a manuscript written in Kufic script, [...]

La responsabilité des humains sur terre

On parle ici de la relecture du concept coranique « al-khilafa » Dans le Coran, on [...]

Jesus in the Quran

Jesus or Isa in Arabic (peace be upon him) is of great significance in both [...]