Following is a list of useful websites and other resources, which can be of great assistance to seekers of knowledge.
Disclaimer: Providing these links does not necessarily imply that Islam & Hinduism Initiative agrees with all the contents of the links listed below.
|The Religion of Islam||Rational Foundations of Islam|
|The Legacy of Islam||For Muslims|
|Refuting anti-Islamic polemics||Exposing anti-Muslim bigotry|
|Free Islamic eBooks||Resources on Qur'an|
|Resources on Vedas||Search Engines|
|Videos||Reverts to Islam|
IslamiCity’s mission is to share with the world an understanding of Islam and Muslims and promote peace, justice and harmony for all people. IslamiCity has evolved into one of the world’s leading online source of Islamic information and one of the largest Muslim e-Community, offering a wide range of information and services.
Qibla meets the need of religiously concerned Muslims to have easy access to reliable scholarship for their questions for daily guidance through free Islamic Answers service. Although most answers are about Islamic rulings related to personal worship and interpersonal dealings, the service also gives general advice on the problems of life, clarifies the meanings of Qur'anic verses and prophetic hadiths, and removes faith-related doubts through rational reasoning
Seekers Guidance, a non-profit Islamic educational portal, makes sound knowledge from reliable scholars available anywhere, at any time, through online courses, on-the-ground seminars, engaging and inspiring Islamic media and direct access to scholars through its Answers service.
A library of online books on Qur’an and Hadiths
Centre for Peace and Spirituality (CPS) was founded by famous Islamic scholar Maulana Wahiduddin Khan. CPS International aims to promote and reinforce the culture of peace through mind-based spirituality. Non-profit-making and non-political in nature, it is engaged in promoting peace and spirituality through inter-faith efforts.
The website provides prayer Times and Athan (Azan) Software for more than 6 Million cities all over the world
Islamic Education and Research Academy
iERA is a global dawah organisation committed to presenting Islam to wider society. iERA stands for the Islamic Education and Research Academy.
Hamza Andreas Tzortzis
Hamza Andreas Tzortzis, a convert to Islam, is an international lecturer, public speaker & author. He is particularly interested in Islam, philosophy and politics. He has debated prominent academics & intellectuals.
Muslim Heritage is a unique online education community of Muslims and non-Muslims seeking to advance human civilisation through the study of Muslim heritage. The website contains more than 1000 peer-reviewed articles, hundreds of short reports on news and events related to Muslim heritage research, and an interactive map and timeline.
Islamic Philosophy Online
Premier Islamic philosophy resource on the Web dedicated to the study of the philosophical output of the Muslim world. This site contains hundreds of full-length books and articles on Islamic philosophy, ranging from the classical texts in the canon of Islamic philosophy to modern works of Muslim philosophy.
1001 Inventions is a global educational initiative that promotes awareness of a thousand years of scientific and cultural achievements from Muslim civilisation from the 7th century onwards, and how those contributions helped build the foundations of our modern world.
I Got It Covered
I Got it Covered is an online network that personifies women everywhere who willingly respond, with love and dedication, to the command of their Lord in wearing the hijab. Through the stories and voices of these women, IGIC exposes the realities behind covering, correcting stereotypes about hijab and becoming a source of inspiration and support for women who wish to pursue wearing it. Doing so, IGIC hopes to create bridges of education, respect and understanding, ultimately sharing the beauty of Islam with the world.
A global team of volunteers with the sole aim to help the Ummah become Productive again! Productive Muslim extracts lessons from the Quran, seerah and history of Islamic civilization and collate them with modern tips and tools to equip Muslims to live a productive lifestyle!
Muslim Debate Initiative
Muslim Debate Initiative seeks to support, encourage and promote debate that contrasts Islam against other intellectual and political discourses for the purpose of the pursuit of truth, intellectual scrutiny with respect, and the clarifying of an accurate understanding of other worldviews amongst people of different cultures, beliefs and political persuasions.
Islamic-Awareness.org was founded by Dr. M. S. M. Saifullah after he arrived at the University of Cambridge to study for his Ph. D. in the mid-1990’s. Islamic-Awareness.org is particularly interested in the extant material artefacts relating to Islamic origins
This site epitomizes a movement to reform intellectual stagnation. It is an attempt to go back to the original sources of Islam -- the Qur'an and the Sunnah, in a time when blind acquiescence is in vogue.
The purpose of the website is to establish the veracity of the claims waged against Islam. The website seeks to correct the numerous fallacies leveled against Islamic faith.
Founded by Osama Abdullah, the website was created in response to anti-Islamic polemics, the website is particularly critical of Christianity.
Muslim Responses is founded and run by Sami Zaatari. It refutes lies against Islam as well as raises some objections against Christianity and Bible.
WhyIslam is a program of the Islamic Circle of North America. Founded in 1999 by a group of volunteers, the main goal is to break the wall of misunderstanding and create harmony in the society by reaching out and making friends for good and noble causes.
I Love Muhammad
Created in response to ‘Draw Muhammad Day’ for defending the honour of the prophet Muhammad, showing what a great example he is to mankind, and removing the misconceptions about Islam and the prophet Muhammad.
Call to Monotheism
Created and run by Basam Zawadi refuting misconceptions and lies against Islam as well as critically analyzing Christianity.
Let Me Turn The Tables
The website is dedicated to answer the allegations about Islam. It tries to stick to the established Islamic scholarly tradition and defend Islam in its pristine form heavily relying on the works of classical scholars and their methodology.
Loonwatch.com is a blogzine run by a motley group of hate-allergic bloggers to monitor and expose the web’s plethora of anti-Muslim loons, wackos, and conspiracy theorists.
What If They Were Muslim?
What if they were Muslim questions what would happen if a non-Muslim were to commit a crime in the name of their faith. Would it be treated the same way if a Muslim committed the exact same crime? Would very little emphasis be put on the perpetrators religion? Would it be stressed that the act is an aberration, a misrepresentation of the religion? Would the religion be mentioned at all?
The American Muslim
The American Muslim is dedicated to the promotion of peace, justice, and reconciliation for all humanity. The American Muslim was published as a quarterly print journal from 1989 to 1995. The FOUNDING EDITOR was Sheila Musaji.
IslamophobiaToday.com is a one-stop Islamophobia news clearing house on the web. It publishes the most relevant Islamophobia and anti-Muslim news stories from major newsdesks and blogs, it publishes original material, as well as a weekly editorial. IslamophobiaToday.com is an awareness project by Americans against Islamophobia.
The Islamic Bulletin
A large collection of ebooks on different topics available for download in pdf format for free.
A collection of 448 free ebooks related to Islam
Tanzil – Quran Navigator
Tanzil is a Quranic project launched in early 2007 to produce a highly verified Unicode Quran text to be used in Quranic websites and applications. The mission of the project is to produce a standard Unicode Quran text and serve as a reliable source for this standard text on the web.
The Qur’anic Arabic Corpus
Quranic Arabic Corpus is an annotated linguistic resource which shows the Arabic grammar, syntax and morphology for each word in the Holy Quran. The corpus provides three levels of analysis: morphological annotation, a syntactic treebank and a semantic ontology.
Study Qur’an aims is to provide high quality information for all those who wish to study Al Quran (the reading).
An excellent online resource providing the translation of Qur’an in many language.
An excellent resource providing about 41 english translations of the Qur’an right form George Sale to recent ones like Dr. Laleh Bakhtiar and Abdel Haleem.
The Inimitable Qur’an
The inability of any person to produce anything like the Qur’an, due to the uniqueness of its language, is the essence of the Qur’anic miracle. The purpose of the website is to explain how the Qur’an achieves this unique expression thereby explaining the miracle of its inimitability.
LinguisticMiracle.com is a site dedicated to compiling Linguistic Gems and Miracles from the depths of the most Influential piece of Literature in the world since it’s time – the Qur’an. It also aims to provide knowledge of the Arabic language for beginners at a basic level, so they have a starting point from which they can advance onto further understanding of this Amazing Book, and rich language.
Quran in Hindi
Hindi translation of Qur’an provided by cpsglobal.org
Hindi translation of the Qur’an by Maulana Farooq Khan and Dr. Muhammad Ahmad
Sri Sathya Sai Veda Pratisthan
The portal is primarily designed to give Vedic literature in its entirety as available in India.
Al Muhaddith Project
Free search engine provided by al Muhaddith project.
The Muslim Archives
The aim of The Muslim Archives channel is to facilitate the learning and understanding of concepts deeply rooted in religious or non-religious ideologies and belief systems by uploading videos of relevant lectures, discussions and debates. Viewers will be able to learn various arguments and counter-arguments from experienced da’ees (Muslim speakers) and others who deeply hold true such concepts.
Websites by Reverts
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Stories of reverts to Islam
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