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    Islamic Religion

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    Todays Muslims are branded as terrorists or fudamentalist. But their religion is a gentle religion. On the Arabian Penninsula, home of the Arabs, was isolated and they were able to develop their civilization without outside influences. It is about 1 million miles square, that is located between the Red sea and the Persian Gulf. There are two distinctive regions. The first has well-watered valleys between mountains and the second is arid plains and desert. Grass grows quickly during the showes of

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    Islamic Religion

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    Islamic Religion Islam has been characterized inequitably by historians and the media as a religion of violence. Islam was mainly spread through Arab territorial conquests. Upon examination, it is not fair to make the generalization that Islam is a religion of violence. One can see when looking at world religion on a whole that Islam was no more violent than any other religion. In fact, not only is Islam not a fundamentally violent philosophy, but we can also see that many other religions normally

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    All religions have a backbone, a systematic instruction on how to demonstrate devotion to the religion and what it stands for. Those of Islamic faith have pillars; the most fascinating one is the Almsgiving, known as Zakah. The Zakah has been practiced for centuries, although it is not associated with Islamic religion. The Zakah has taught that financial gain and success is Allah’s gift, excess wealth that was not necessity needs to be shared with all of Allah’s children. The Zakah is a privilege

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    Islamic terrorists are estimated to comprise approximately 10% of the Muslim population, which is equivalent to 160 million out of 1.6 billion people. A terrorist is defined as a person who engages in violence and the infliction of fear in order to gain something either for themselves or for their people. Most Muslims are not terrorists. It is stereotypical to deduce that all Islamic people are involved terrorist groups, however, there are many people who are involved in these groups. Islamic terrorist

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    The Islamic Religion

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    Islam is a very practical and comprehensive religion that teaches the individual to think and reflect by observing the world around him. Islam, being a monotheistic religion, proclaims that there is only one God and he has no partners. Muslims worship Allah in all their thoughts and actions. The message of Islam was appealing due to the fact that it allowed Jews, Christians, and other religions entities to worship freely without fear of retribution or forced conversion. In fact, up to about 100 years

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    resulted in the death of innocence. So in a sense religion lead individuals to miss-rank things on their priority list. The dream of any atheist is the creation of an atheist world, but why? In an atheist people religions and beliefs in supernatural things are absent. In an atheist there would be no God to pray for to make our wishes and dreams come true. Sentences such as “Inchallah” well prevailed among believers would make no sense in an atheist world. Instead of hoping for a miracle to happen

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    Stalin and the Chinese communism. Another well-known argument that is often used by atheist is that religion is against science and that believers are illogical human beings due to their beliefs in the existence of God. However, a case study of the relationship that exists between religion and science will once again prove this argument wrong. Dr. Abdulla Galadari wrote an article named “Science vs. Religion: The Debate Ends” (2011) that clarify this relationship. Dr. Galadari holds a PhD in Civil Engineering

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    Islamic Religion: Shariah

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    comprehensive principles of Shariah and its universal method. It further stresses misunderstandings about Shariah to level out the apprehensions at present encircling this subject. Shariah is an essential section of Islam. It is frequently described as ‘Islamic law,’ triggering some to presume that it comprises primarily of criminal laws and penalisations. Nevertheless, Shariah comprises far beyond the conventional way of comprehending law. Although Shariah offers the legal structure for the establishment

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    Introduction to Islamic Religion

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    Like any religion, Islam has a wide variety of beliefs, and with those beliefs come acts to show one’s beliefs. These acts are known as the Five Pillars of Islam, and while these pillars are varied, they are all incredibly important in Islam. One of the more interesting pillars is the act of sawm, or fasting during the month of Ramadan. This special event is a special break from food, drink, and negative activities. As fasting occurs for one full month of the year, there are many effects of the fast

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    of what religion is and how it is characterized/translated. Religion is an arrangement of conventions that individuals obey and trust in. Moreover, the Islamic faith for Muslims is not thought to be only a religion but rather basically a lifestyle. Islam means submission to God and this can be found in the way the greater part of Muslims lead their every day lives through acquiescence to the Qur 'an and teachings of the Prophet. The Quran is known to be the fundamental source of Islamic faith, practice

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