• Adventurous Life
    THE TRUE MUSLIM Some people who say they are acting in the name of religion may misunderstand their religion or practice it wrongly. For this reason, it is a mistake to form any idea of that religion from the activities of these people. The best way to understand Islam is through its holy source....
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  • Understanding the Islamic Faith
    influential media that portrays typical Islamic followers – Muslims, as Arabs, or militant terrorists, that are ready to die for their faith. Although a majority of Arabs are Muslims, not all Muslims are Arabs. On the contrary, there are 1.57 billion Muslims of all ages that populate 40 countries on 3 continents...
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  • Islamic Theism
    and belief. The western media in specific has made most Americans think of all Muslims being satanic, hellish and insidious people – this is not true. In this paper, it will discuss what the western media says about Muslims, what it is actually like in areas of heavy Islamic belief/heritage and then analyze...
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  • The History of Chemistry
    Europe, it remained so well into the Middle Ages (400-1500 C.E). The Muslims started to become the most advanced civilization of that time. It is true that Muslims translated many books and writings of the ancients. However, Muslims soon realized that in the field of chemistry the ancients, mainly being...
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  • A True Muslim
    To be a good Muslim is. indeed, a great blessing of Allah. The follower of Islam is called a Muslim. A true Muslim has a firm belief in Allah and His last Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him). He believes that Allah is the light of heaven and earth. It is his faith that Allah is the Creator of everything...
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  • Religious Studies
    gained through submission to Allah Muslim: One who has submitted to Allah by accepting Islam Quran: The holy book of Islam which is recited Tawhid: The oneness of Allah Why this belief is important to Muslims: * Quran. It is taught in the Quran which Muslims believe to be the word of Allah ...
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  • Islam
    disorder’ or an absence of disturbance and agitation. The word Islam is derived from the word salaam meaning peace. Islam means submission and the Muslim is the one who submits to Allah, and this submission is not from one prospect or the other rather it comprises the whole being of man, from his/her...
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  • Islam
    Ahmadiyya Muslim Community An Overview The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community is a dynamic, fast growing international revival movement within Islam. Founded in 1889, it spans over 200 countries with membership exceeding tens of millions. Its current headquarters are in the United Kingdom. Ahmadiyya Muslim Community...
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  • United States Centric Views Comparison
    I find the descriptors to be stereotypes of Christian, Muslim, and Arab Americans. When completing the appendix, it does not call for my personal opinion of these groups, but what the average American’s perceptions is about Christian, Muslim, and Arab Americans. I ask my sister to consider...
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  • The Importance of Education in Islam
    The Importance of Education in Islam To seek knowledge is a sacred duty, it is obligatory on every Muslim, male and female. The first word revealed of the Qur’an was "Iqra" READ! Seek knowledge! Educate yourselves! Be educated. Surah Al-Zumr, ayah 9 reveals: "Are those equal, those who know and those...
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  • Unknown
    no difference between Islam and Muslims. Islam is the religion that a Muslim follows, just as Christianity is the religion which a Christian follows. A Muslim is someone who has accepted Islam and lives his whole life according to the teachings of Islam. A true Muslim is one who is loving and caring...
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  • Globalization
    Impact of Globalization on Muslim Identity in Saudi Arabia IDS 211: Introduction to Research Methodology Done By: Joud Razzaz, Khadijah Fatani and Maha Halawani Supervised By: Mustapha Tajdin April 29, 2012 Content • Introduction • Definitions: • Definition of Globalization. • Definition...
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  • Islam in America
    for the soul of a religion the misconceptions are brought to light not only through non-Muslims but also through modern day American Muslims. This book does a precise job of acknowledging the struggles American Muslims have to face on a day to day basis. Barrett does a great job in viewing Islam through...
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  • Geological Survey of Pakistan
    the wrong way of our life and what is the right way of our life. We say ourselves Muslims but our whole life is against the commandments of the Almighty Allah. Now a days we sleep late at night but against it a true Muslim sleeps early at night. He does not waste its time in idle talks. He offers the Isha...
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  • Methods of Da'Wah- Survey on Non-Muslim
    GROUP ASSIGNMENT: A SURVEY ON THE NON-MUSLIM SOCIETY TOWARDS ISLAM (A FOCUS ON NON-MUSLIM YOUTH) Introduction Da’wah is compulsory on every Muslim in world. This activity has been done over a long time ago by our Prophet and his Companions. As a Muslim, it is made obligatory upon us to continue...
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  • The Five Pillars of Islam
    These are the foundation of what holds the principles of all of the beliefs of the Muslim religion. Just a pillar would hold up a building in Rome so the five pillars hold up or mold the principles of Islam. A Muslim who fulfills the Five Pillars of Islam and remains in the faith of Islam, sincerely...
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  • Is Fundamental Islam a Threat to the West
    another. I believe this to be the case when talking about other cultures and religions. Ignorance is the most contributing factor when addressing Muslims and Arabs in American society today. There has been a great deal of controversy and even wars fought caused by misconceptions and misunderstandings...
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  • Jihad-Struggle Against Evil Not Terrorism
    Jihad-struggle against evil not terrorism The non- Muslims render into their language the word "Jihad as the "Holy War",thus changing its real meaning and significance.For them it connotes malice,greed,fanaticism and bloodshed.Even Jihad is considered as similar to terrorism. As now the world...
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  • Islam Versus Christianity: Which Is True?
    APOLOGETICS APPLICATION PAPER ISLAM VERSUS CHRISTIANITY: WHICH IS TRUE? Marilyn J. Adams APOL 500 July 5, 2013 TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION…………………………………………………………………..........3 MUHAMMAD’S BACKGROUND…………………………………………………………3 BACKGROUND OF ISLAM………….………………………………………............
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  • SCHOOL
    Islamic thought and there are no variants. Since Muslims believe that the Qur'an's Arabic language is revealed, all Muslims, regardless of their national language, memorise and recite the Qur'an in Arabic whether they fully tend it or not. Muslims believe that it is the direct Word of God and the...
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