Bringing Closer

Alsyed Tv makes things easier than ever before. Now you can watch all your favourite events closer on screen. Bringing you all the Live Coverages like never shown in any Islamic Network!

Learning Islam

Among the blessings and favors that God has bestowed upon humanity is that He endowed them with an innate ability to recognize and acknowledge His existence. Learning Islam in a New Way! Bringing all the well known Scolars of Islam in One Single Screen.

Prayer to allah

With over 50 color Programmes , the experiance of watching our Tv is nothing like you will see. Oh Allah!I am your servant, son of Your male servant & son of Your female servant; my forehead is in Your Hand; Your judgment is exact; Your decision about me is just; I ask You by every name of Yours which You have called Yourself, or revealed in a Book of Yours, or taught to any of Your servants, or reserved within Your unrevealed Knowledge, to make the Qur'an a spring to my heart, a light in my chest, that it removes my sadness, and erase my anguish.

Faith or love

So, Allah regards the rights and duties that He has defined between His creation as His rights and duties. The Messenger of Allah has said: `All creatures are Allah's family; and Allah loves most those who treat his family well and kindly.'

The world in a tip

The fountain of information lies at your fingertips and is accessible anywhere at anytime and schools need to emphasize this. We are no longer in a world where you need to go seek enlightenment, it is everywhere.

Broadcasting & Spreading Islam!

Alsyed Tv is a Non Profit Islamic Channel that runs 24/7 worldwide. With your help and support we can launch the Channel. A lack of misunderstanding is in the minds of our Islamic Community. Almost all Islamic online and television media consumed by our Community is from overseas. Our young people are up to date with popular culture from abroad, but missing out on material root that reflects their True Islamic cultural identities.

While Alsyed TV does not expect to compete with cable and satellite media, we hope to offer a choice to our young Islamic Community. Through Alsyed TV, we will create programming that speaks to our culture, our history and our identity. Our stories will allow our children and brothers and sisters and young people to see themselves, to hear their own voices, and to develop ideas from experiences of Life on Quran. Read! thy Lord Is the Most Bountiful. He Who taught the use of the pen and Taught man that which he knew not.

Alsyed Tv will be Telecasted in English language, Tamil, Hindi, Urdu. There are so many Truths and ideas to be told and shared with people throughout the world and around the region. We want our people to be aware of who they really belong to, Islam, where they are from and what it means to be a Musalman. We can achieve this through showcasing our Contribution and Supporting Our Non Profit Channel alsyedtv

Reaching more muslims!

Bringing Peace to Family!

Strong family ties built on the teachings of Quran and Sunnah provide the necessary foundation for a happy and joyous household and in turn contribute to the overall health of a society. On the other hand, members of troubled families struggle to maintain calm within and watch helplessly as day to day troubles tarnish and strain their relationships, and as a result grapple with daily stress in their lives. In extreme cases, this might result in corrupting the very foundations of societies at large. As family members, therefore, everyone has the obligation to take the necessary measures to strengthen these foundations.

Having a family is a blessing and its members must work to make family life at home peaceful and joyful. Allah says (interpretation of the meaning):

“And Allah has made for you in your homes an abode …” [Surah al-Nahl:80]

A home is also a place of protection from the fitnah (corruption) of the outside world. The Prophet (S) said: “The safety of a man at times of fitnah is in his staying home.”

Islamic teachings based on the foundation of the Quran and the teachings of the prophet (s) provide us with those guidelines. To benefit from those guidelines, we ought to “live” Islam within our families. We do not become Muslims simply by being born into a Muslim family. Rather, Islamic character is formed from a combination of parental efforts, personal struggle, prayers and supplications.

The necessity to bring Islam within our families is underscored by Allah telling us in the Quran to protect ourselves and our family members from the fire. He says in the Quran,:
“O you who believe! Protect yourselves and your families against a Fire (Hell) whose fuel is men and stones, over which are (appointed) angels stern (and) severe, who disobey not the commands they receive from Allah, but do that which they are commanded.” (Surah Tahrim:6)

Protecting one’s family from the fire refers to fostering a guiding environment for our families. The Prophet (S), too, stressed that we all actively help lead our families in the right direction. He (s) said: “Allah will ask every shepherd (or responsible person) about his flock (those for whom he was responsible), whether he took care of it or neglected it, until He asks a man about his household.”

We know that the walls of a home have little to do with the building of healthy dynamics within family members. That usually comes from living our lives according to the principles of Islam. So, how do we live Islam within our families and nurture a good home? This post reviews six principles that families can use to live Islam within their families. This in turn can help in building the foundations of a joyous family.

The Coming Of The Prophet

Around the year 570 AD, Muhammad was born into a family of the ruling tribe of Makkah. Makkah, a caravan city in the western region of Arabia, grew around the Ka'abah (the House of God), a shrine of ancient origins built by Abraham and his son Ishmael. Pre-Islamic Arabia was polytheistic and idols used to be housed in and around the Ka'abah. In the 6th century, Makkah was one of Arabia's thriving commercial centers.

Orphaned as a child, Muhammad spent several years among the Bedouins of the desert, developing a love for the rich Arabic language. As a young man, Muhammad traveled widely with the trade caravans before dedicating his life to Islam.

In 610 God revealed His word to Muhammad through the Angel Gabriel. In this way, Muhammad became the chosen bearer of the divine message and began proclaiming the oneness of God. The name of this new religion, Islam, means "submission to God" The followers of Islam are called Muslims, meaning "those who submit."

As more revelations enjoined him to proclaim the oneness of God universally, the Prophet Muhammad's following grew. God's message as conveyed through Muhammad was not, however, unanimously accepted in Makkah. Pagan worshippers threatened by the new monotheistic religion and merchants anxious to preserve the profitable pilgrimage trade intensified their opposition to the followers of Islam. To foil an assassination plot against him, Muhammad and a small group of his dedicated followers in 622 emigrated to the town of Yathrib, which was later named Madinat Al-Nabi, meaning 'City of the Prophet', and now known simply as Madinah. This, the Hijrah or emigration, dates the beginning of the Islamic calendar and the history of the Islamic community. Within the next few years, several battles took place between Muhammad's followers and the pagans of Makkah. The Prophet Muhammad unified the tribes so successfully that in 628 he and his followers reentered Makkah without bloodshed, destroying the idols in the Ka'abah, and the inhabitants of Makkah embraced Islam.

Less than 100 years from the advent of Islam, the Islamic Empire extended from Spain to areas of India and China. Islam made no distinction based on race, class, or background, and the Muslim world was considered a single worldwide community, the ummah.

Islamic rule thrived well into the 17th century, and while Europe was passing through the Middle Ages, the Islamic civilization made tremendous scientific, medical, literary and artistic advances that have had a lasting impact on the world.