Global Thought & Awareness Broadcast

Belief
  • Abraham's Father in the Quran

    Abraham's Father in the Quran

    What is the historical importance of Abraham's father. The Quran mentions Abraham's father by name, so what does the Quran want us to know about this man? This essay will be a scientific and historic analysis of information rendered in the ayahs pertaining the mention of Abraham's father.

  • Satan in the Quran

    Satan in the Quran

    The Quran tell us how Satan is our eternal enemy and constant predator on Earth, and that we will not be able to defeat this invisible enemy with the help and guidance of Allah and the Quran, who are much mightier than his ignoble existence. This essay will make a comprehensive journey through the Quran to help us all prepare against this diabolic force with success (inshaAllah).

  • Al Rehman (55) - An Exegesis

    Al Rehman (55) - An Exegesis

    This humble effort of attemptig to explain surah Al Rehman is not any ultimate explanation nor is it closed to correction, it is only the first steps to exploration in the Quran, to which the Quran invites us by summoning ‘why do you not think’ and ‘why do you not use your sense’, several times in its discourse.

  • Pharaoh, Haman, Korah - In the Quran

    Pharaoh, Haman, Korah - In the Quran

    The scope of this essay is to explore the personality of Pharaoh, Haman and Korah as portrayed in the Quran, supplementing from the historical perspective and confirming what can be authenticated from the Bible and Torah. The reason to join these three characters in one essay is their interrelatedness in the events spoken of in the Quran and their being pieces that complete the picture of the way Pharaoh’s court was conducted.

  • Quran - Characterization of the Book

    Quran - Characterization of the Book

    Before delving in the Book we must ask what should the criteria that can set apart this Book from other books be, and what proof should we demand from the Book so we can be definite that indeed it is a book not written by human agency ... this essay will not aim to fulfill a generalized criteria for the Book to be divine, rather it will aim at asking the Book itself, what it has to say of itself - if indeed it is from the All-Knowing and if indeed it is the all-telling.