• The Sunni Muslim in America: Truths, Myths, and Cultural Impact
    (Mohammad). Muslims also believe that all other books are alteration with time by its followers. Muslims believe that Quran is the only book which can never be distorted as God has himself taken the responsibility of its protection. 4. Prophets: It is obligatory on every Muslim to believe in all the...
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  • Emerging perspective
     Many Christians would tell me that they have read the bible countless number of times and never have found any mentioning about our beloved prophet Mohammad (pbuh). In the page I will show you numerous passages predicting the advent of Mohammad (pbuh), as well as a passages MENTIONNING his...
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  • “How Has Religious Fundamentalism Accelerated Terrorism in the Modern World”
    Qur'an is the prophecy of Allah bestowed by the prophet Mohammad. Lastly in the abovementioned countries that hold to the religion of Islam, believers trace their ancestors back to Abraham. ("Fundamentalism" in Christianity & Islam, 2004) It is a common belief that religious fanaticism "causes...
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  • Islamic Approach to Management
    . The importance and significance of labour is further highlighted in the following saying of the Holy Prophet (PBUH): “no one has ever eaten better food than what he eats as a result of the labour of his hands and Allah’s Prophet Daud used to eat he had worked for with his hands.” Our Holy...
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  • Prophecy
    [25] Paul describes the role of prophet, along with four other ministries, as people who are given by Christ to the church. In 1 Corinthians 12[26] he describes the gift of prophecy, along with other gifts, as supernatural abilities given by the Holy Spirit to individuals within the church. In...
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  • Ijtihad
    jurisprudence. What is to be noted is that there is no concept of priesthood in Islam unlike Christianity or Hinduism. Every believer is obliged (mukallaf) to perform all the functions obligatory in Islam. There was no tribe of ‘Ulama during the life time of the holy Prophet (PBUH). The companions...
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  • Afghanistan Religious Information
    day. Food is only consumed after sunset, be sensitive to this and do not eat in public. One of the largest, and most important, mosques in Afghanistan is located in Mazār-e Sharīf. Historically known as the Blue Mosque, the shrine is the supposed burial place of Hazrat Ali, son-in-law and cousin to the prophet Muhammad. Therefore it should come as no surprise that it attracts visitors from all over Afghanistan and the larger Middle East....
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  • Alone with the Alone
    law ( sharzta ) ; thus Khic;l.r is superior to Moses in so far as Moses is a prophet in­ vested w ith the mission of revealing a sharlra. He reveals to Moses precisely the secret, mystic truth ( {uzqlqa ) that tran­ scends the sharzta, and this explains why the spirituality inau­ gurated by Khic;lr...
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  • Hazrat Omer-the Founder of Best Democracy
    so low that it was hardly enough for him and his family's needs. When some of the eminent Muslims requested him to increase the amount he, said, "The Holy Prophet (SAW) has left a standard by his personal example. I must follow him". Hazrat Omar was the most just ruler in the Islamic History...
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  • Jihad
    followers, “we return from the lesser jihad to the greater jihad”,5 in other words meaning that we return from defending our religion to struggle in the path of God and in the example of the prophet Muhammad and his early companions. Both Muslims and Christians alike take great pride in their...
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  • False Beliefs
    , Mubashir and Nazeer. FALSE BELIEF 9: Rasoolullah (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) is our elder brother and we are his younger brothers. (”Taqweeyatul Imaan” by Ismaeel Dehlwi) PROPER BELIEF: The Holy Quran has commanded us that the Prophet (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) cannot be regarded as the father...
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  • 4v, S of Hbl
    Acknowledgement: The Almighty Allah gives the brain to all human to think what is right and wrong and spread the knowledge of right and wrong through last Prophet HAZRAT MOHAMMAD (S.A.W.W) who brought for us revelation and unlimited knowledge. So first of all I would like to thank Almighty ALLAH to...
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  • Visit to Shrines (Pakistani Context)
    another tradition we come to know that the Holy Prophet (S.A.W.) used to hasten, along with a group of people for ziyarat of graves and teach them the manner of doing ziyarat. Hazrat Ayesha (R.A.) says: The Holy Prophet (S.A.W.) taught me the manner of visiting the graves. Here is the text of the...
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  • Different Types of Prayers in Islam and Their Importance
    ) narrating, "When we had won the battle of Khaibar, we began to buy and sell among ourselves the booty that had fallen to our lot. One of us went to Prophet Mohammad (Sallallaho Alaihe Wasallam) and said, 'O Apostle of Allah , no one else has earned so much profit as I have obtained in today's trade...
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  • Understanding the Islamic Faith
    ), belief in the 28 prophets of Allah (Mohammad being the final and divinely appointed one), and the belief in a final judgment day. The Islamic believer must say the shahada, perform good deeds, display moral behavior and attend to each decision in life in the light of Judgment Day (Burrell, 2003...
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  • Gs Nov 2012
    . Sridevi Editorial Off: DIGIMEDIA, Plot No. 271, Jalvayu Vihar, Kukatpally, Hyderabad 500 085. C S AT 2 0 1 3 w w w . f a c t s . c o email: hi@facts.co Printed study material covering both CSAT paper I and paper II (more than 5,000 pages) and CSAT Practice Test Series - Forty (40) printed...
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  • From Paradise to the Promised Land
    that when Habakkuk hears God’s statement of “keeping silent,” “the prophet hushes himself and all the world, willing to let God act in God’s own time and willing to wait for God to open his mouth when he chooses. This final verse of the chapter points the reader to the holy God enthroned in his holy...
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  • Can Islamic Banking Survive?
    interaction of those two types with W in cases I and II produces interesting dynamics. It is straight-forward to verify the main analytical properties of our phase diagrams: In CASE I W W = P P : All the points on the x-axis (yt = 0) are xed points, where the P ?'s survive forever, and the W 's...
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  • Gender Discrimination
    Hazrat Abubaker, the first Khalifa of Islam, (may Allah be pleased with him), and the wife of our beloved Prophet Muhammed (may peace be upon him) She gave guidance even to the Sahabas and to the Khalifas – One of her famous student Urwah-Ibn-Zubair She said that… ‘I have not seen a greater scholar...
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  • Baptist
    ://islamic-beliefs.suite101.comBaptist Church History. (2002). Retrieved March 4, 2011, from allaboutreligion.org: www.allaboutreligion.orgDo Muslims Believe in Baptism. (2008, January 25). Retrieved March 6, 2011, from Islamic Awakening: http://forums.islamicawakening.comLemke, S. W. (2005, April). The...
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