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Islam 's Views On The Nature Of Allah

- Module 4 Muhammad taught regarding the nature of Allah (God) that there is only One God who have no family. Muslims believe that Allah sent prophets who give message about true meaning of monotheism. Muhammad is the last prophet of Islam that claimed in Quran. Muhammad’s preaching was more significant than his military conquests. Muhammad never claimed that Islam is a new religion by invent it. His messages filled with past religions and showed what Islam’s real meaning. When his fellow people rejected his religious beliefs, Arabs from Yathrib impressed his preaching that caused him to have more followers of Islam....   [tags: Islam, Qur'an, Jesus, Allah]

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Comparing Allah and God

- Pakistan, 1986. Zahid was a Muslim priest who had been brought up to hate and kill those with conflicting beliefs, especially Christians. He often persecuted Christians in town, feeling that by doing so, he would please Allah (the Muslim god). One day when Zahid was persecuting Christians, someone dropped a Bible. Rather than disposing of it, as he normally would have, Zahid hung onto it because he felt compelled to read it and expose its errors. In short, Zahid converted to Christianity and shared the Bible’s teachings with everyone....   [tags: Comparison of Allah and God]

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Allah 's The Holy Quran

- I begin by invoking Allah (swt), the Compassionate, the Merciful, through his beautiful names. Furthermore, I ask Allah (swt) to send His peace and blessings upon our precious Prophet and Messenger Muhammed (sAws). Alhamdulillah, we are from those whom Allah (swt) has blessed to complete Ramadan. Allah (swt) accept us and our good deeds, and forgive us our sins and save us on Judgement Day. Amen. Ramadan is Allah’s beautiful and blessed bouquet of fasting, praying, charity, self-improvement and Quran....   [tags: Muhammad, Qur'an, Islam, Muslim]

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The Word Of Allah, The Beneficent

- In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful ( بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم. and its transliteration is Bismillah ar-Rahman ar-Rahim). Whenever a Muslim begins anything, it is recommended to say this phrase beforehand. This is what was taught by the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) and is written before every chapter in the Qur’an. This should give the reader a small notion of what the religion of Islam, which means submission to God, is all about. In early January of this year, a friend of mine in high school taught me to never let the needs and desires of the heart to go unspoken or unheard....   [tags: Islam, Islamic terrorism, Terrorism, Religion]

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Allah: God of Terrorists

- Allah: God of the Terrorists Al Qaeda. For some, this name represents years of misery, torture, and terrorism. Yet for others, this name is a shining beacon of light. It represents a people’s god and the sacred duty that they have to perform. When we think of Allah, we think of the World Trade Center and crazy lunatics who hate the so called “West” and its technological advancements. But we forget about the religion that evolved around the same time as Christianity; we forget about the mosques that have won global acclaim as the most beautiful and sophisticated structures; we forget about the proud race that spread science and mathematics throughout the world....   [tags: Religion]

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Allah : A Christian Response, Writing As And For Christians

- In the book of Allah: A Christian response, writing as and for Christians, Miroslav Volf addresses what Christian perspective is regarding the God of Muslims in the Qur’an. In the majority of the book, he principally argues that called to love God and neighbors by the same God, Christians and Muslims believe in the same God, who is only one Creator. What Miroslav Volf has a contentious argument is that Muslims and Christians do worship the same God, revealing that God, who is love, commands that people love their neighbors....   [tags: Islam, Christianity, Trinity, God]

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Muhammad Ali : The Muslim God Allah

- As soon as Muhammad Ali was notified, upset, he declared that he would refuse to serve in the Army and told everyone himself a conscientious objector. He came out saying that the war is against the teachings of the Holy Qur’an and that he was not trying to dodge the draft. He claimed that due to his religion, Muslim, he is not supposed to take part in no wars unless the war has been declared by the Muslim God Allah. With his in mind, Muhammad Ali refused to step forward the first time when his name was called....   [tags: United States, Police, Vietnam War]

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Describing Allah in Human Terms

- Describing Allah in Human Terms Every person in this world has one important belief. Be that in religion, money, power or family life. Many people have this one belief in particular. One that causes conflict, but also brings about happiness and celebrations. Religion and God. It has existed over thousands of years. Islam is the second largest religions among the world with approximately 1.3 billion followers. Many people have their own views on Allah and they can neither be described as true or false because we humans do not have the answer....   [tags: Papers]

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The Qu´ran and Surah Luqman

- Surah Luqman, Chapter 31 of the Qur’an,is indeed one of the great surahs to extract lessons from. It is named after a wise man who was not a prophet, but was granted great wisdom from Allah (s.w.t) and was very beloved to Allah (s.w.t). Allah says about Luqman "And certainly We gave wisdom to Luqman, saying: Be grateful to Allah. And whoever is grateful, he is only grateful for his own soul; and whoever is ungrateful, then surely Allah is Self-sufficient, Praised. ". In the following, I’ll be explaining some of the lessons that are told in this surah....   [tags: lessons, allah]

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Surah Tul Luqman is about Prophet Luqman

-  Surah Luqman is about Prophet Luqman giving advices to his son.  No matter how deep the secret is within a person, Allah knows what that secret and bring it out is no matter how many layers you try hiding the secret.  Allah is precise and subtle; Allah is fully knowledgeable and aware  If someone is powerful, does not mean that they are precise. (“they may have the power to break the rock but they don’t have the precision to find the mustard seed”)  Power is empty and meaningless without precision (“ Allah’s power is coupled with His precision”)  Allah describes that every drop of water that falls, HE knows where the drop of water would fall precisely....   [tags: allah, son, prayer]

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The Five Pillars to Islam: The Hajj or Pilgrimage to Makkah

- ... The forgiveness and restoration experienced by Adam and Eve gives assurance that Allah is willing to forgive people today. The opportunity to experience the love and forgiveness of Allah is encountered, allowing the pilgrim to begin life afresh, being free from past sin, being in peace with themself. "Whoever performs Hajj and stay away from lewdness, wrangling, and obscenities will come home like a newborn." Al-Bukhari. Consequently, such ritual of the Hajj is of great significance to the individual, as it gives focus to the act of forgiveness, which the individual must fulfill, to complete the perfect submission to Allah....   [tags: allah, muslim community]

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Questions and Answers About Islam

- Islam 1) What does the concept (idea) of Risalah mean in Islam. Risalah is Allah’s way of communication and sending messages to humans on earth. Two other concepts of the religion are Tawhid and Akirah. Tawhid is the oneness of Allah and the absolute, the lone and the unity creations and Akirah is the belief in everlasting life after death. 2) Who was Muhammad and how is he linked to the concept of Risalah for Muslims. Muhammad was the last profit from god and was the only profit that knew what god said exactly....   [tags: muslim, allah, qur’an]

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The Role of the Qur’an in Muslim Religion

- ... Muslims are faithful believer by being the one who submits him/herself to the will of God. “There is no god but God, and assuredly God is the All-mighty, the All- wise”(Sura 3:38-64, pg.108, Reader), explains that god is the only one worthy for worship. The purpose for their existence as a Muslim attains to be their search for peace and space during their lifetime, and achievement of eternal salvation in their afterlife. “But as for the believers, who do deeds of righteousness, He will pay them in full their wages”(Sura 3:38-64, pg.108, Reader), promise of salvation for followers. In order to reach Allah, Muslims go through the “Five Pillars” (Gordon 71)....   [tags: Allah, Mohammed, Obedience]

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The Teachings Of Islam And Islam

- The Teachings of Islam Mickey Boutsady Instructor Hanridge Culture & Diversity 12/4/2014 The Teachings of Islam Introduction Islam is one of the monotheistic religions that exist in the world. The religion boasts of more than 1.2 billion members worldwide and is considered the second largest denomination in the How is it contrasted with Christianity and Judaism e world after Christianity. It believes in the existence of one God who is called Allah; and that Mohamed is his one true prophet....   [tags: Islam, Muhammad, God, Allah]

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The Influence of Muslims in the Modern World

- Today, the modern world has been greatly influenced by Muslims. Muslims are very intelligent people and created and invented many achievements. In ninth century Arabia, Muslims contributed: Intellectual, Cultural, and Economic advancements that have impacted the world long term. One of the reasons why Muslims were able to achieve so much is because they are strict religious people. Most everything they do is in the name of their God, Allah. Documents two, six, seven, and eight give examples of their cultural activities....   [tags: god, allah, arabia]

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Analysis Of The Book ' The '

- أعوذُ باللهِ منَ الشيطانِ الرجيم بِسۡمِ ٱللهِ ٱلرَّحۡمَـٰنِ ٱلرَّحِيمِ اللَّهُ لا إِلَهَ إِلا هُوَ الْحَيُّ الْقَيُّومُ لا تَأْخُذُهُ سِنَةٌ وَلا نَوْمٌ لَهُ مَا فِي السَّمَاوَاتِ وَمَا فِي الأَرْضِ مَنْ ذَا الَّذِي يَشْفَعُ عِنْدَهُ إِلا بِإِذْنِهِ يَعْلَمُ مَا بَيْنَ أَيْدِيهِمْ وَمَا خَلْفَهُمْ وَلا يُحِيطُونَ بِشَيْءٍ مِنْ عِلْمِهِ إِلا بِمَا شَاءَ وَسِعَ كُرْسِيُّهُ السَّمَاوَاتِ وَالأَرْضَ وَلا يَئُودُهُ حِفْظُهُمَا وَهُوَ الْعَلِيُّ الْعَظِيمُ - (البقرة ، 2: 255). A 'oudhu Billahi Minashaitan irrajeem Bismillah irrahman irraheem Allahu la ilaha illa huwa alhayyu alqayyoom, la takhuthuhu sinatun wala nawm, lahu ma fee assamawati wama fil alard, man tha allathee yashfa 'au 'aindahu il...   [tags: Qur'an, Islam, Allah, Muhammad]

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Similarities Between Islam And Christianity

- On the surface, Islam and Christianity appear to have very little in common, however, as you get deeper into areas such as rituals, beliefs, ethics, founders, and sacred objects, the two show strong mutual similarities, particularly in the fundamental areas, while being totally different. In this essay I will compare and contrast many of the facets that make up the worlds largest and most recognized religions, Christianity and Islam. Both Islam and Christianity are monotheistic religions, believing in the same god, referred to as 'Allah ' by the Muslims and, 'God ' by the Christians....   [tags: Islam, Christianity, Allah, Qur'an]

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Differences Between Islam And Christianity

- Islam and Christianity have a vast amount of similarities as well as differences. Islam searches for guidance from the Qur’an and Christianity depends on faith in Jesus. Islamic faith believes in the God, Allah. Above anything else, all religious Muslims obey Allah and his commandments to obtain peace. On other hand, Christianity puts faith in Jesus who is the son of God. A major concept that separates both of the religions is the fact that the God of each faith has different qualities. This means Islam and Christianity don’t worship the same God....   [tags: Islam, God, Religion, Allah]

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Analysis Of The Book ' Tales Of Juha '

- Gabriell Needham Making of the Modern World 4-5:15 The “Tales of Juha” are a collection of comic tales as well as some pieces that reveal information about social problems, religion in daily life, the link between religion and punishment and mortality. These pieces are important to read in order to understand what the daily life and culture of the Muslim empires was like according the citizens. These tales give a great inside look at some of the occurrence of a Muslim citizen. The approach to religion in the pieces helps to aluminate this chapter....   [tags: Islam, Muslim, Muhammad, Allah]

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Muslim Life in Islamic Culture

- On the board on Monday morning, there were numbers one through five and they each had a religion written next to them. 1 was Hinduism, 2 was Christianity, 3 was Judaism, 4 was Buddhism, and I was lucky enough to get 5: Islam. Oh, I know so much about Islam culture and their religion, are you kidding. I don’t even know where Islam is. I’m just kidding, it’s not a country. There are many differences between Islam and the United states like our religion, clothes, and food, and becoming a Christian or a Muslim, but Islam is the second largest religion in the world, so it’s important to a lot of people....   [tags: allah, mecca, religion]

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The Crescent and the Cross: Comparison of Religions

- He bravely walked to the bazaar and began to preach. Most of the people there ridiculed him and his teachings, but some believed. Eventually more believed. He took the path of war to spread his teachings. It spread. Now, after fourteen hundred years, over a billion people believe. This is Islam. Though, many of its adherents are concentrated in the Middle East, Muslims are all around the world. This study will look into Islam and how Muslims hold their view of salvation. Around six hundred years before Islam came to be, another man did a similar thing....   [tags: islam, muslims, qur'an, allah]

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Islam: Acceptance, Surrender, Submission, and Commitment

- Islam is a monotheistic religion that originated in 622 CE, in the Arabian peninsula. This religion puts a lot of emphasis on submission and full commitment to God, who they have named Allah. They express this commitment through their frequent rituals. Muslims have five pillars of practice and must apply their best effort towards these in order to be considered a true Muslim. First, is Shahadah, the declaration that they believe God is one and that Muhammad is the last prophet of God. Secondly, they have their formal prayer five times a day....   [tags: muhammad, the quran, muslims, allah]

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Malala Yousafzai 's Understanding Of Faith

- Speaking out for that in which one believes is brave. Knowing the repercussions could include death and choosing to speak out still is braver still. Malala Yousafzai possesses such faith in her cause that she knew she could be killed and still didn’t bat an eye before setting off to change the world. She trusted her God to protect her, but never forgot the risks. She never allowed violent thoughts to take control of her mind, instead insisting on peaceful resistance methods and the power of words to change minds....   [tags: Qur'an, Islam, Allah, Muhammad]

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The Miraculous Story Of A Muslim Woman 's Encounter With God

- This book, I Dared to Call Him Father: The Miraculous Story of a Muslim Woman’s Encounter with God, is, as the subtitle indicates, the story of how an aristocratic Pakistani woman, a lifelong Muslim, became a Christian in her fifties. Bilquis Sheikh was born in 1912 to conservative Muslim parents. As she grew up, she did not reject her Muslim faith, but acquired a disdain for anything spiritual or supernatural. If she could see it and explain it, she would believe it. Bilquis’ family was well known, hosting people from all over the world and often visiting London or Paris....   [tags: Islam, Christianity, God, Allah]

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The Christian Perspective Of God

- The Quran retains many of the similar aspects of the Christian perspective of God. Through studying the aspects of the Islamic faith years ago, and reading the book of the Muslims this present year, I have come to understand why Muslim’s believe what they believe. The Quran contains the fundamentals of the Islamic faith, which include the five pillars of faith and the six main articles of faith. Allah is eternal and all-powerful; he is claimed to be the only God. In the Quran, God is mentioned numerous times helping the reader to understand who He is....   [tags: Islam, Muhammad, God, Allah]

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The Christian Perspective Of God

- The Qur’an retains many of the similar aspects of the Christian perspective of God. Through studying the aspects of the Islamic faith years ago, and reading the book of the Muslims this present year, I have come to understand why Muslim’s believe what they believe. The Qur’an contains the fundamentals of the Islamic faith, which include the five pillars of faith and the six main articles of faith. Allah is eternal and all-powerful; he is claimed to be the only God. In the Qur’an, God is mentioned numerous times helping the reader to understand who He is....   [tags: Islam, God, Muhammad, Allah]

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The Concept of Peace

- For Muslims peace is not a single dimensional or specific idea. Peace is to be at rest with one's own wants and desires and to have peace with the world around them. There is a mutual relationship between this inner peace and the peace with the wider world. Muslim’s believe that you cannot be at peace with yourself until you are also at peace with others. It will also not be possible to live at peace with others until there is a sense of peace with yourself. In Islam the concept of peace is two-fold....   [tags: allah, god, muhammad ]

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The Origins of Islamic Art

- Islamic art was born in the Arabian Peninsula, the Umayyad dynasty in the years 661-750, and at the same time through their representatives they went scattering to the conquest of Persia, Egypt, North Africa, and even the Iberian Peninsula. Islamic art is an original, which has managed to reinterpret the various influences that were received during the process of their formation, such as classical, Byzantine arts or different traditions of those nomadic peoples. The Koranic prohibition of representing God influenced the evolution of various artistic disciplines, especially in developing the architecture and decoration closely linked....   [tags: allah, doctrine, god, Mohammed]

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The Islam and The Islamic Empire

- ... Support 1: Political: • “Roman Empire divided into West and East in the 4th Century” (101 Q&A). Eastern Part (“Byzantium”) gathered power in Middle East and North Africa, same area that the Islamic Empire later controlled. • Suggests that studying Byzantium gives clues to understanding Islam’s spread. • Rome fell 476 BC, but Byzantium Empire remained strong. • Byzantium split into 2 groups: Ghassinids and Lakhmids • Ghassinids: Christians, controlled southern Egypt, Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan • Sasanian Persian Empire: Ruled Iraq and much of Iran, and contained an ethnic groups Lakhmids who were Zoroastrians....   [tags: spread of islam, god, allah]

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Differences Between Muslims And Christians

- 1. There are many differences and similarities between Muslim, Jews and Christians. One similarity that all three religions share is the belief in one god, although, Muslims refer to God as Allah. (242). All three religions have places where they go to pray and worship their god along with gathering with others of their faith for various other reasons (247). A Mosque is what the Muslims call their house of worship, a church is where Christians worship and a synagogue is where members of the Jewish community worship (247)....   [tags: Islam, Judaism, Allah, Muhammad]

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Islam : A Muslim Woman

- Over the weekend I had the opportunity to meet with a lovely Muslim woman who was able to tell me a lot about her religion. Her name was Eshraq AlKhabbaz who is from Saudi Arabia but is currently a recruitment coordinator for Southeast Missouri State. Some of her main beliefs are that there is only one god, Allah, and that the prophet Muhammad was the last prophet sent from Allah to restore Islam. She looks to the holy Quran as her scripture and believes in Ahlul-Bayt, which means she follows the immediate family of the prophet....   [tags: Muhammad, Islam, Qur'an, Allah]

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The Quran And The Bible

- The Quran and the Bible presents almost similar narratives centered on Joseph. From his childhood, Joseph seems to be liked and favored by his father, and his brothers despise him for it. They are also jealous and hate him for his dreams that reveal him rising above them in power. They plot to kill him, but out of request from one of his brothers, they spare him. In the Quran Joseph is sold off into Egypt directly to the king, al- 'Azeez. On the other hand, in the Bible he is sold to Potiphar who was the chief of guards in Egypt....   [tags: God, Jesus, Monotheism, Allah]

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The Political Psychology of Al-Qaeda

- The purpose of this paper is to understand the role of Al-Qaeda , which is known to be a terrorist group , in politics through analysing the composition and the structure of the group , the psychology of Osama Bin Laden, the leader , and through analysing the psychology of its members. It is crucial to note that groups have a very important role in politics that can not be neglected , and that groups with a large number of members , like Al-Qaeda , have big role not only in politics but also in decision making (Cottam , Uhler , Mastors and Preston , 2010 , p.65)....   [tags: Enemis of Allah, Political Extremists]

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The Trials of Human Lust and Mistakes

- Allah has masterfully woven a chapter in the Qur’an rendering four stories regarding trials of human lust and mistakes and how to overcome these obstacles. The stories deal with staying true to your faith, shown by the people of the Cave; being thankful to Allah, illustrated by two gardeners; learning form your mistakes, depicted by Musa (PBUH) and Khidr (PBUH); and helping people while spreading righteousness, portrayed by Dhul-Qarnain. The four main lessons that can be understood from those stories are the following: Allah will help you if requested; be appreciative to God for giving you what you have; none can ever be as perfect in their intellect as Allah; and lastly, to have good virtue...   [tags: obstacles, faith, allah, helping, lessons]

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Analysis of How Beliefs Influence Actions and How Actions Influences Belief Based on Islamic Theology

- . The question topic Describe and analyse how beliefs influence actions and how actions influence beliefs based on Islamic theology firstly one must begin to understand or define the meaning of belief which is ‘A light god creates in the heart of a person’ also ‘something believed; an opinion or conviction’ A believer should believe in Allah (swt) his Angels, his books, his messengers also in the last day and Alqdar (The Devine Creed). Actions and influence through belief on Islamic Theology is seen to believe in Allah is the message that all prophets brought to humanity and shay-tan (satan) has made it easy for mankind to avoid this important step to believe in a creator....   [tags: Islam, Allah, belief, Quran, prophet]

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Analysis Of The Poem ' Bismillah Rahmani '

- Bismillah Rahmani Rahim Alhamdulillahi rabbil- 'alamin was salatu was salamu 'ala ashrifil anbiya wal-mursalin nabiyina Muhammad wa 'ala alihi wa sahbihi ajma 'in Jinn from an Islamic perspective In Islam the jinns are living creatures with free will and created from smokeless fire. They are sharing this world with us like the other creations of Allah. The word jinni in Arabic is to hide or conceal they can be good or evil like us. They are invisible from human as the name suggested and this is the reason that some people denied their existents....   [tags: Qur'an, Muhammad, Prophets of Islam, Allah]

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Religious Practices: A True Religion in Afghanistan

- A True Religion Religion in Afghanistan has an immense amount of history behind it and some of that history had just recently occurred. Islam is the number one religion in Afghanistan; in fact, 99% of people in the Afghanistan region are religious and not just any religion Islamic religion, and the other 1% are less practiced religions. Islam has two main types of sub-divisions, the Sunni Muslims and the Shia Muslims. Both practice Islam, but have totally different opinions on how to worship the Islamic god....   [tags: islamic god, allah, non-muslims]

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We Must Take Responsibility For The Outcome Of Your Actions

- To be accountable, means to take responsibility for the outcome of your actions. Yet every day of the week, a story can be found about someone who transgresses an ethical, moral, legal or professional code without any repercussions. Life can be unfair and not always wrap up every ending nicely in a bow of fairness or justice. However, the Prophet Muhammad warns that on the day of judgement, everyone will be questioned by Allah, and everyone will be held accountable for every single deed done. Therefore, those who do wrong, will in fact pay....   [tags: Qur'an, Muhammad, Prophets of Islam, Allah]

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Why Should We Follow Islam?

- What is the purpose of human creation?. Why do we have to follow Islam. Why Allah needs our prayers. All religions basically teach their followers to do good deeds then why should a person only follow Islam??Can he not follow any of the other religion??These are the some questions which often non-Muslims ask from the Muslims. Such questions need specific answers. In most of the cases, the common Muslim cannot give the answer. However there are many reasons due to which we can say that we should follow Islam....   [tags: religion, allah, god, holly spirit]

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Islam : A Religion Of Good Or Evil?

- Islam: A Religion of Good or Evil. In the United States, one of American’s fundamental rights is the freedom to practice any religion of choice. Islam has been presented to the United States and the world as a peaceful and accepting religion that is based on the teachings of the Quran. According to Robert Spencer in his book Islam Unveiled, “Islam is the fastest-growing religion in the world today. Islam now counts among its adherents one out of every five people on earth.” (Spencer 36). However, on September 11, 2001 as the World Trade Center buildings exploded into flames, America and the rest of the world’s view of Islam and Muslim people was forever changed....   [tags: Islam, Qur'an, Prophets of Islam, Allah]

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CONDITION SURVEY OF MOSQUE IN NIGERIA: A CASE STUDY OF FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, MINNA, NIGERIA

- 1.0 Introduction The whole world is a place of worship. The essence of life is to worship the Almighty, the creator of all creations. Allah says that He had created both Men and Jinns only that they may worship and serve Him (Quran 51, verse 56). In another related verse; Allah says “O ye who believe. When the call is proclaimed to prayer on Friday (The Day of Assembly), hastens earnestly to the remembrance of God, and leave off business (and traffic): that is best for you if ye but knew. And when the prayer is finished, then may ye disperse through the land, and seek of the Bounty of God: and celebrate the praises of God often (and without stint :): that ye may prosper (Quran 62, verse 9,...   [tags: Allah, Muslim, Islam, religious identity]

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The Pillars Of Islam And Christianity

- Both Islam and Christianity have practices or duties, which are central to the daily routines of life. The five pillars of Islam are the foundation of the way Muslims live. The first pillar of Islam is the Shahadah, the Declaration of Faith. This says; ‘There is no God but Allah and Muhammad is the messenger of Allah’. The second pillar is salah, which says that Muslims should pray five times a day. This applies to all Muslims, except Shi’is are permitted to combine the five prayers into three sessions....   [tags: Islam, Five Pillars of Islam, Allah]

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Oil, Islam and Women an Article by Michael L. Ross

- In the article, “Oil, Islam and Women,” Michael L. Ross argues, “that women in the Middle East are underrepresented in the workforce and in government because of oil-not Islam” (Ross 107). On the other hand it is commonly thought, by the culturalists, that Islam is what is oppressing women in the Middle East because Islam is the common factor between all the States in the Middle East. The Middle East is, also, known for their strictly religious citizens also proving the culturalists’ view point....   [tags: middle east, allah, patriarchal culture]

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Islamic Images of God

- ... To even question Gods "will" in some places is a sin you wouldn't dare commit. The day of judgment when we stand before God and he asks why didn't you believe that I would bring you to heaven if you committed this sin or that sin. You won't be able to lie to him because the answer is in the hart and it will say you didn't believe in him. In Islamic belief the creation of everything in the universe is by God command. In the Muslim religion there is no clergy between God and man. They feel since God was the creator of man that he will always know what they are thinking....   [tags: allah, jews, arabic speaking christians]

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The Prophet Muhammad

- “Hurairah!”, “Hurairah, it’s time to come inside my kitten!” Hurairah didn’t want to leave the rock where he was hunting. There was an army of marching ants just begging to be attacked. But, his human was calling, again. Hurairah’s human was nicknamed Abu Hurairah (RA) by the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). Which meant, Father of kittens, in cat speak. Hurairah felt like a very special kitten to have his human named after him. Hurairah loved Abu Hurairah and followed him wherever he went....   [tags: Muhammad, Qur'an, Prophets of Islam, Allah]

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The Living Culture

- Many cultures share a common history in religious views, practices and traditions. Although they share a common heritage individual cultures have formed independently of one another becoming more complex and unique from one another. In American the most predominate religious practice is the Judeo-Christian faith, which traces its roots to Judaism. It is a commonly help belief that Judaism was the religious practice of the descendants of Abraham through his son Jacob. In Pakistan they practice the Islamic faith, which also traces its root to Abraham through another son Ishmael....   [tags: religious view, quran, god, allah]

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The Religion of Islam

- The country of Saudi Arabia has only one religion which caused Islam it is the largest religion in the Middle East. The follower?s of Islam are Muslims. Muslims believe in only one God just like the Jews and Christians, the major difference is the belief in the nature of God. The word for God in Arabic is Allah and that is what Muslims call God. By looking at the history, the beliefs, and the Islamic terrorists, Islam has been view as a bad religion. The Islamic religion is generally a very peaceful religion, and that a very few of the Muslims are radicals, which gives the religion a bad stereotype....   [tags: Allah, Muslims Essays]

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The Religion of Islam

- "Islam" is derived from the Arabic root salaama meaning peace, purity, submission and obedience. Islam stands for making peace by submitting to the will of God and obeying His law. Jews and Christians view Islam as the latest of the world's great religions. However, worldwide Muslims (sometimes written "Moslems") understand their universal religion as the "final religion" and the "primal religion." As "final," Islam is God's final revelation of prophetic religion, in fulfillment of all that had preceded....   [tags: Allah, Muslims Essays]

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Religious Intolerance Through The World And The Conflict Of The Muslim 's Land

- “God wanted the Christians to win. My Cid and his men made the Moors run.” (Pg.167) According to the Christians, divine fate was the reason for their success in the destruction of the Muslim’s land. The sheer force of God was the reason defeat over the Muslims came so easily. The Christians believed that God backed them because no other religion was a ‘true’ religion. The cruelty towards those of other religions by Christians came from the idea that they had God on their side and were working in God’s name....   [tags: Christianity, Islam, God, Allah]

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Compare and Contrast the Bible to the Koran

- The Bible is a collection of sixty books that was written by diverse of authors, including the apostles and the disciple of Jesus. The Bible divided into two Testaments; the Old and New Testament. The Old Testament or the old contract is a collection of thirty-six books and the New Testament has twenty seven books. The New Testament is a contract between God and the humanity through the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. The Koran was written by Muhammad, a prophet of God. Muslims believed that he received a message from Angel Gabriel and wrote the Koran....   [tags: jesus, allah, muslims]

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The On The Nature Of Umma

- The first question relates to the nature of Umma. Are you always part of the Umma even if you sinned. Thus, the thinkers began to discuss the effects of sins on faith. The Kharijtes believe that a Muslim must have a flawless sense of ethics to join their “people of paradise” community. This meant that one cannot sin and remain a Muslim, and he/she will go to Hell as a result. Opposed to their ideology came the Murji’te thinkers, who believed that humans are fit to categorize who’s going to Hell or Paradise (Denny, 175-176)....   [tags: Islam, Qur'an, Allah, Muhammad]

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Biblical Context : God Is The True God

- Biblical Context: Hezekiah prays to God acknowledging that Yahweh is the true God, the Creator God who made heavens and the earth and He alone is God over all the false gods of the nations, which are the work of human hands. Therefore, Hezekiah prays to God to save them from the hands of the enemy. 2 Kings 19:15 verse is alluded in Acts 4:24 mentions the phrase “Sovereign Lord, who made the heaven and the earth and the sea and everything in them…” The context here in the NT is that Peter and John are brought before the council for preaching the gospel....   [tags: God, Monotheism, Creator deity, Allah]

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Islam Is The World 's Second Largest Religion

- Islam is currently the world’s second-largest religion, with more than 1.6 billion Muslims worldwide. Although there are currently fewer Muslims than Christians, Islam is growing at a rate that is nearly twice that of Christianity. The main beliefs of the Islamic religion include the belief in one and only God, Allah. The main objective for those of Muslim faith is to abide by Allah’s will in hopes of a favorable outcome on the Day of Judgement—the day when every human’s life will be assessed to determine if they may go to heaven, or be eternally punished in hell....   [tags: Islam, God, Qur'an, Muhammad]

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Questions On Faith And Islam

- Question 1: Faith in Islam is regarded as one of the most important concepts that any believer can hold. The more the faith a person holds, the closer they are to Allah. In this perspective, faith is classified in three levels depending on where a person stands in line with his or her relationship with Allah. Islam is the first level of faith and is considered as the most basic. To attain this level of faith, the first step is a proclamation of the person’s belief in Allah and no other god (Murata and Chittick 35)....   [tags: Islam, Five Pillars of Islam, Religion, God]

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Islam : Islam And Islam

- Taking into account the Quran teaching on “what is Islam”, we see how Allah plays a very important role in the life of a Muslim. Allah along with his prophet Mohammed play a huge role influencing the Muslim society but one may ask how is this is done. Firstly, Islam has become the second largest religion in world due to the influence of Allah and his prophet Mohammed on their followers. The Muslim community is greatly misunderstood in our modern time, therefore using the information and knowledge from passages in the Quran, the positive aspect of Muslim can be understood....   [tags: Islam, Muhammad, Qur'an, Prophets of Islam]

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The History and Pillars of Islam

- ... Since the time of immemorial term, there were a variety of opinions which tried hard to interpret the role of Islam in regarding the positive impact of Islam on the Muslims life. Islamic culture went through many events and obstacles since it was found on the earth. With all this, Islam was not affected negatively by all the tribulations faced. What happened was just the opposite, as this religion inspires and instills a sense of true faith in the heart of whoever tried to study it in depth....   [tags: muslim, quran, prayer]

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The Prophet 's Methods Of Correcting People 's Mistakes

- In his book ' 'The Prophet’s Methods of Correcting People’s Mistakes ' ' Muhammed Al-Munajjid explins for readers the prophet Muhammed ways of correcting people’s mistakes, and he emphasizes the importance of learning about Islam for muslims. Muhammad Almunajjid is a sunni sheikh from Saudi Arabia, he counts on the salfi group sheikhs. Muslims follow their prophet in every thing, and their second source after Quran is sunnah which is the prophet own life- example as Ayoub mentioned. However, the author mentioned some points to be noted when dealing with people, such as confirmed the importance of sincerity towards Allah, and he emphasized on two of the prophet’s method in correcting people...   [tags: Muhammad, Qur'an, Islam, Prophets of Islam]

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Feminism in the Islamic Community

- Very frequently Islam is portrayed as a male centered, patriarchal faith. This has led to many outside of Sufism, even within the Islamic community, to be completely unaware of the importance of the feminine in Islam. Perhaps it is due in part to the interiority of the Feminine presence in Islam, this aspect of the culture and religion is widely unknown, though extremely important (Schimmel, “My Soul Is a Woman”). In recent years there has been much discussion and controversy over the role of women in Islam, however when looking at the most viewed and valued poetry of Majnun and Layla the role of the Feminine becomes fairly clear....   [tags: Islam, male centered, patriarchal faith]

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Analysis Of Surah 88 Of The Qur ' An

- In Surah 88 of The Qur’an, Allah relays to Muhammad that on the Day of the Overwhelming Event, there will be those who will enter the Fire and those who will enter the Garden. Allah’s message warns disbelievers that they will “enter the blazing Fire” and will be “forced to drink from a boiling spring” on the day of the Overwhelming Event (88.4-5). The burning and heat imagery describe the Hell in which the disbelievers will suffer in for eternity. The essence of Hell conquers the damned as they are portrayed as slow and defeated because they are full of fear and shame....   [tags: Truth, Logic, Windows games, Hell]

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The Benefit of Prayer Towards the Muslims

- The Benefit of Prayer Towards The Muslims Prayer (Salat) is one of the main obligations with Allah has ordained on His servants. Prayer in the Arabic language it means du’aa. In Islamically, it means to worship Allah through certain known and prescribed sayings and actions starting with Takbeer, and ending with Tasleem. Yet, Takbeer is the Arabic terms for the pharase Allahu Akbar and Tasleem means the concluding portion of the Muslims prayer, where one recites “Assalaaamu’alaykum wa rahmatu-Allah” once while facing the right, and once while facing the left....   [tags: the Holy Quran, religious beliefs and practices]

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Islam Is The Only Non Christian Faith That Recognizes Jesus?

- Islam is the only non-Christian faith that recognizes Jesus. Yet, Islam denies Jesus’ divinity, crucifixion and resurrection. Islam beliefs respect and reverse Jesus. Jesus is considered one of the greatest of God’s messengers to mankind. Jesus is considered a Prophet, and Envoy of God of surpassing greatness, but only a man and nothing more. According to the Muslim, Jesus was a performer of exceptional miracles. Jesus was rescued by God from an untimely end, was raised up to heaven and will come back to earth again to die a Muslim....   [tags: Jesus, Islam, Qur'an, Christianity]

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Islam is More than Just a Religion

- Islam is more than just a religion; Islam is a way of life. The Quran and teachings of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) provide an outline for the daily life of a Muslim. Islam encompasses all aspects of our existence, from lawful food and drink, to ethics and marriage…Islam covers it all. Part of the aspects that Islam addresses is finance, in which Muslims are expected to deal with matters of finance in a precise manner. Islam has its own financial system; this system is founded on justice and faith, rather than a prospect to make additional capital....   [tags: Muslim, finance, capitalism]

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Scripture Paper On The Bible

- Scripture Paper Quran: Surah 4. Women Verse 171 “O People of the Book. Commit no excesses in your religion: Nor say of Allah aught but the truth. Christ Jesus the son of Mary was (no more than) an apostle of Allah, and His Word, which He bestowed on Mary, and a spirit proceeding from Him: so believe in Allah and His apostles. Say not "Trinity" : desist: it will be better for you: for Allah is one Allah. Glory be to Him: (far exalted is He) above having a son. To Him belong all things in the heavens and on earth....   [tags: Jesus, Christianity, Trinity, Qur'an]

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The Difficulties of Fasting in a Non-Islamic Country

- The Difficulties of Fasting in a Non-Islamic Country This week I have watched a very influential video about fasting in Ramadan as an American. This video helped me understand more about the hardships people go through while fasting in a non-Islamic country. It also helped me think more about why exactly, as a Muslim, do I fast in this particular month. It also shows the great importance in coming together as a family to break the fast together. Ramadan teaches us as Muslims why we fast exactly and what its significance towards Allah....   [tags: Ramadan, Islam]

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The Sacred Mosque Of Islam And The Most Important Act After The Declaration Of Faith

- Introduction Originating from the Arabic language the word salat has various meanings such as connection, prayer, and invocation. However, Salat mostly refers to the five obligatory prayers performed by Muslims during specific times of the day which are: pre-dawn (fajr), noon (dhuhr), mid-afternoon (‘asr), sunset (maghrib), and early night or evening (‘Isha). Salat is the second pillar of Islam and the second most important act after the declaration of faith (shahada) where Muslims bear witness that there is no deity that is worthy to be worshipped except Allah and that Muhammad is the servant and the messenger of Allah....   [tags: Muhammad, Islam, Prophets of Islam, Qur'an]

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Methods That Were Used Today By Good Teachers

- Methods that were used by Prophet Muhammad, صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم‎are still being used today by good teachers. The Prophet صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم‎was sent to teach mankind therefore he was the best teacher leaving us with the best ways to teach our children. He صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم‎used questioning when he wanted to make his companions think. Repetition was also something the Prophet صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم‎ did, whether he was teaching a sahaba something or trying to stress importance on his words by repeating them....   [tags: Muhammad, Qur'an, Prophets of Islam, Teacher]

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Islam And The Islamic And Christian World

- For many in the United States, Islam is a perplexing religion. After the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, many American’s viewed the Islamic faith with suspicion and hostility. Muslims today are often stereotyped as radical, violent people whose goal is to terrorize and destroy the western world. To take a more broad perspective, this current development is one that is not totally foreign in light of world history. Tensions between Islam and the West, particularly Western Christendom, have arisen throughout the centuries....   [tags: Jesus, Islam, Christianity, Muhammad]

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The Act Of Prayer - Original Writing

- It’s nighttime in the Balisani household and young Pavel is listening intently to his mother read the beautiful words of Allah given to the prophet Muhammad. Before Mrs. Balisani says goodnight, she teaches or reminds Pavel about one of the Islamic prayers. This nighttime routine occurred every night during Pavel’s childhood. The repetition stuck with him even though his mother did not once tell him that he was to believe in Allah. Pavel always had the choice. Mr. Balisani was not religious when Pavel was younger....   [tags: Muhammad, Islam, Qur'an, Prayer]

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The Rules of Islamic Laws

- ... So this defines that how Allah gives options to the mankind in the performance of their duties or behaviors. Categorization of Hukm-e-Shari and Categorical Demands: Firstly in this article we will discuss that what demand is. Demand is when Allah categorically or specifically gives commands for omission or commission. Means Allah specifically tells us to do something or not to do something. These commands create an Obligation which is known as Wajib in Arabic. Wajib is defined by the jurists as a thing which has been proved by an allegorical evidence and it’s status will be equal to that of Fard .However the Hanfi Consider Fard a thing without which one may be left outside the mode of Is...   [tags: Prohibition, Approvals or Disapprovals]

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The Prophet Is A Pivotal Cornerstone For Two Major Abrahamic Religions

- The story of Joseph, the prophet is a pivotal cornerstone for two of the three major Abrahamic religions. In it, both Judaic and Islamic followers have crafted a story which establish God’s ability to intervene and protect his resolute followers. Throughout time, both parties have diverged on the fundamentals of this story to benefit their definition of faithfulness. As such, Both Islamic and Judaic faiths have crafted a story in which the view of God, Joseph, and the other characters present a significant example of the power of God and Allah....   [tags: God, Monotheism, Islam, Judaism]

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A Presentation On Perspectives On Islam

- On October 29, Professor Samir Bitar and Professor Berry Ferst presented a presentation called Perspectives on Islam. The presentation offered a unique opportunity for the students of Carroll College and the community of Helena to learn of the culture and the religion of Islam. Professor Bitar offered a broad overview of the Islamic tradition as it is practiced in general, and of how it looks in his own life as a Muslim in Montana. Professor Ferst then goes on to talk about the history of Islam in America....   [tags: Islam, Muhammad, Qur'an, Prophets of Islam]

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Islam Is A Violent Religion

- The horrific events of September 11, 2001, killed 2,996 people and caused at least $ 10 billion in property and infrastructure damage. After September 11, people started point fingers at the Muslims for doing, just because small group of Muslims it doesn’t me that everyone is the same. September 11, have forever changed Americans view of Islam and Muslim. Even before September 11, they were still hate toward Islam and Muslims. These this famous quotes online by unknown person “I’m Muslim, Islam is perfect but I am not....   [tags: Islam, Muhammad, Prophets of Islam, Qur'an]

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The Important Features of a Mosque

- The Important Features of a Mosque Possibly one of the most important aspects of the Islam religion is the Mosque, which means "place of prayer". This is seen as the centre of the Islamic community and is where Muslims join together to worship Allah, pray, and learn about the religion. Also, weddings, festival celebrations, and meetings of the Muslim community are held there. On the outside, many Mosques are plain and not elaborate at all although, it is not wrong for them to be grand....   [tags: Papers]

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Religion Must Be Practiced With True Heart And The Last Day Of Judgment

- Religion means having belief in some supernatural power which we call as “God”. It actually means a well arrangement of principles, cultural values and types and methods of praying and worships to the Lord. Different people follow different religions in this world. This depends upon where they are born or which religion fascinates them and attracts their interest towards it. To follow a religion perfectly, one should have strong communication with his God and one should practice ones religion regularly and honestly....   [tags: Islam, Muhammad, Qur'an, Prophets of Islam]

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The Valley came Alive: Life of the Last Messenger by Ibn Katheer

- ... I was like reflected myself why Monday categorized by sunat fasting. I am thinking. This is interesting fact. This book also stated that Monday is also the day of emigrant from Makkah to Madinah, he arrived in Madinah on Monday, he died on Monday and the Black Stone was raised also in Monday. So that, fasting on Monday are sunnat for us and can get some rewards. In addition, the interesting is Muhammad have been well-protected by Allah because there is a word which is Muhammad Ibn Ishaq said, Aminah binti Wahb, the mother of the Messanger of Allah said that Muhammad said that someone came to her when she give birth to the Messenger of Allah and said, You have been given birth to the mast...   [tags: Prophet Muhammad, islam]

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Dear Brothers And Sisters : The Beginning Of Each Islamic Year Calendar

- Dear brothers and sisters. The beginning of each Islamic year calendar begins with the story of the migration of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh). Surely, that migration was not an easy one but full of obstacles and serious challenges. It occurred during a period when the chiefs of the ancient city of Makkahh decided to execute the Messenger of God, Prophet Muhammad (pbuh). Initially, I will mention Prophet’s story of migration and next week, God-willing, I will talk about some of the lessons derived from this historical event....   [tags: Muhammad, Qur'an, Islam, Ali]

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The Jahiliyya Period Versus the Qur'anic Period

- The concept of Jahiliyya has been widespread throughout the Pre-Islamic world. Jahiliyya is ultimately the act of ignorance. Many people often worshipped idols and obeyed them as if they were God. Whenever a calamity would befall them, they would immediately turn to the idols and ask them for assistance. Unknowingly, the people of the Pre-Islamic world thought that these idols possessed the authority to quickly take care of manners in a timely fashion. Many people who lived in the Pre-Islamic world frankly did not know that these idols were incapable of guiding them in any way, shape, or form....   [tags: Islam]

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Relationship Between Islamic Ethics And Ethical Frameworks

- Relationship between Islamic Ethics and Ethical Frameworks Ethics are the basis of the Islamic religion as followers use this system of moral principles to guide their actions, decisions and everyday life. The belief system of Islam offers certainty and direction as it provides a way of life. Ethical decision making is outlined clearly through teachings, values and relationships in the religion and this directs Muslims to choose the right actions in different circumstances. Ethical codes in the Islamic religion have been derived from sacred texts....   [tags: Islam, Muhammad, Qur'an, Sharia]

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David Emile Durkheim 's View On Religion

- David Émile Durkheim’s projections in regards to religion was essentially that as society expanded, the need for people to attend organized religion would diminish and become something less societal and more individual. This forecast could not be further from the truth as today, religion in general has grown substantially, with an emphasis on the Muslim religion. The increase in the numbers of people of all ethnicities as practicing Muslims has driven the religion into developing into the second largest religious conviction worldwide....   [tags: Islam, Muhammad, Religion, God]

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The Five Pillars Of Islam

- The Five Pillars of Islam "La ilaha ila Allah; Muhammadur-rasul Allah," There is no god but Allah; Muhammad (PBUH) is the Messenger of Allah. This essential phrase in Islam is termed "Shahadah" which literally means "to witness" and is the first pillar of Islam. Any Muslim or any individual that wants to convert to Islam must recite and more importantly, must truly believe this statement. It is the first words that are heard through the ears of a newborn, and is stressed from thereon as soon as an individual is capable of rationale....   [tags: Religion Islam Muslim]

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