Qur'an Essays & Research Papers

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  • Miracles of the Qur'an - 25970 Words
    To The Reader The reason why a special chapter is assigned to the collapse of the theory of evolution is that this theory constitutes the basis of all anti-spiritual philosophies. Since Darwinism rejects the fact of creation, and therefore the existence of Allah, during the last 140 years it has caused many people to abandon their faith or fall into doubt. Therefore, showing that this theory is a deception is a very important duty, which is strongly related to the religion. It is imperative...
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  • Analysis of the Qur'an - 508 Words
    Primary text analysis of the Qur'an Main theme: The Qur'an consists of a collection of different writing that combined are the holy scriptures of Islam, and are considered the central text in which the Muslims believe in. Furthermore it is viewed as the finest piece of literature in the Arabic language, and are viewed as a direct recitation of Allah's word. viewed as the main miracle of Mohammed central theme is monotheism, only one God and he has created everything God is...
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  • Qur'an Verses - 5151 Words
    nJeffry R. Halverson R. Bennett Furlow Steven R. Corman Report No. 1202 / July 9, 2012 This research was supported by a grant (N00014-09-1-0872) from the Office of Naval Research The CSC is a research unit of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and a strategic initiative of the Hugh Downs School of Human Communication at Arizona State University. It promotes advanced research, teaching, and public discussions of the role of communication in combating terrorism, promoting national...
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  • The Qur’an for Modern Times - 690 Words
    The Qur’an for Modern Times As the global population of Muslims, and thus their influence on mainstream culture, grows, I believe society should be more familiar with the Qur’an. It would serve non-Muslims well to read this text to learn more about the beliefs of this fast-growing religious group. While this essay will focus on the need for society to learn more about Muslims, it should be noted that religious tolerance is a not a one-way street and has to be exercised by all parties in order...
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  • Islam; expansion + qur'an - 802 Words
    Expansion through conquest expansion under Muhammad, 622-632 expansion during the Rashidun Caliphate, 632-661 expansion during the Umayyad Caliphate, 661-750 two types of conversions: conversion of religion conversion of language the two normally stick together, first they are conquered and years later most, but not all convert to the religion as well. After the Arabic/Muslim conquests some areas where conquered back, such as Spain and Sicily. The Umayyads where replaced by...
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  • Backbiting: Qur'an and Legal Decision
    CONTENT. * INTRODUCTION * DEFINITION OF BACKBITING * MANIFESTATION OF BACKBITING * THE PROHIBITION OF BACKBITING * CAUSES OF BACKBITING * HOW TO PREVENT BACKBITING * SITUATIONS WHERE BACKBITING IS PERMISSIBILE * CONCLUSION DEFINITION OF BACKBITING The prophet Muhammad defined backbiting as illustrated in his hadith as: “It is saying something about your brother that he would dislike.” Someone asked him. “But what if what I say is true?” The messenger of...
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  • Importance of Qur'an and Hadith - 2301 Words
    ARA 240 Arab-Islamic Culture and Civilization Assess the significance and status of the Qur’an and Hadith in the Islamic tradition. What is Islam? How important is the Qur’an and Hadith? How did it inspire learning among people after the revelations? Islam The word Islam has been derived from the Arabic verb Aslama, which means “to accept or surrender.” Thus Islam means the acceptance of God or surrender to the will of one God, Allah. It is based on the concept of Tawhid or monotheism...
    2,301 Words | 6 Pages
  • Word Repetition in the Qur'an: Translating Form or Meaning?
    J. King Saud Univ., Vol. 19, Lang. & Transl., pp. 17-34, Riyadh (A.H. 1427/2006) Word Repetition in the Qur’an – Translating Form or Meaning? Ahmed Ali Assistant Professor, Department of English, Faculty of Languages and Translation, King Khalid University, Abha, Saudi Arabia (Received 13/10/1426 A.H.; accepted for publication, 04/04/1427 A.H.) Abstract. Word repetition is a feature that exists in all languages, and serves different purposes, rhetorical, emphatic, or otherwise. A...
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  • The Qur’an Is the Word of God as It Was Given to Muhammad.
    The Qur’an is the word of God as it was given to Muhammad. Critically assess this statement. The Qur’an is considered the word of God by Muslims. The Islamic faith believes that the stories within the book were sent to the lowest of the seventh heavens by Allah, during the time of Ramadan, and revealed to the Prophet Muhammad over a period of time in instalments. A question that is often asked regarding the Qur’an is if its contents are recorded as they were once delivered to Muhammad or...
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  • Translating or Interpreting? A Lexical Approach to Translating the Qur'an
    Translating or Interpreting? A Lexical Approach to Translating the Qur’an By Ahmad A. A. El-Ezabi, PhD in Linguistics Al-Azhar University, Cairo Published at the Faculty of Arts Journal, Zagazig University, Special Studies Issue, April 2005. 1. Abstract In the present research paper, it is proposed that, perhaps unlike the case with most other types of texts, the most precise approach to translating the Qur’an is a lexical one.1 It is argued that this is a guarantee to keep the loss of...
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  • Islamic Importance of: Tawhid, Akhira, Books of Allah and the Significance of the Qur'an
    Explain the Islamic beliefs about Tawhid, Akhira and the Books of Allah. Islam is described as a living religious system that applies to an estimated one billion people globally. The key beliefs in Islam revolve around the elements of Tawhid, Akhira and the Books of Allah. Tawhid is the most basic tenet in Islam, where each Muslim worships one omnipotent, omnipresent and omniscient deity and personality. It is the acknowledgment that Allah is the “Creator and Provider” and the belief...
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  • The Impact of Inflection on Translating some Verses in the Glorious Qur'ān into English
    College of Basic Education Researchers Journal Vol. (12), No.(1), (2012) The Impact of Inflection on Translating Some Verses in the Glorious Qur' n into English Lecturer Yasir Younis Abdulwahid Department of Political College of Political Science / University of Mosul Received: 6/3/2012 ; Accepted: 7/6/2012 Abstract: This research investigates the impact of inflections on translating some Qur' nic verses into English. It attempts to show how translators deal with the verses in...
    5,294 Words | 22 Pages
  • "APPLICATION OF DISCOVERY LEARNING METHOD OF IMPROVING STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES IN SUBJECT Qur'an Hadith LEGAL BASIS FOR READING MAD COMPETENCE IN CLASS IX MTS SIRNAMISKIN BANDUNG".
    PART I INTRODUCTION A. Background Lessons Quran Hadith is one of the subjects that are considered to be difficult and unattractive to many students in the school, especially in the matter "Mad Reading Law". This has an impact on student learning outcomes. There is evidence from the Quran Hadith Course evaluation results of each semester and the final exam is often substandard other subjects. This situation is very worrying indeed. One way to overcome this situation is how to make students...
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  • Quran Education - 558 Words
    For those new to the Quran, the word Quran itself means recitation. The Quran is the last revelation to humanity and has been unchanged since it was sent down to the Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, in the 7th century. The Quran's 114 chapters (Surahs) and 6236 verses (Ayahs) are the source of every Muslim's faith and practice. The Quran is an amazingly sophisticated manuscript which is the essence of Islam. It preaches monotheism, brotherhood, love for one another and various methods to...
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  • Qiyamah or Doomsday - 1330 Words
    Everyone in this world has to die. A person’s worldly life ends with death and then an another life begins which is completely different from this life. Here are the three stages which are to happen after death. QIYAMAH and THE DOOMSDAY In Islam, the Day of Resurrection or the Day of Judgment is believed to be God's final assessment of humanity as it exists. Belief in al-Qiyāmah is considered a fundamental belief of faith by all Muslims. Belief in the Day of Judgment is one of the six...
    1,330 Words | 4 Pages
  • Djinn in the 1001 Arabian Nights
    When reading the 1,001 Arabian Nights one is confronted with a number of issues including murderous sexism, the affects of a psychotic ruler on a kingdom as well as a healthy reaffirmation of the old-fashioned revenge ethic. These, however, are topics reserved for more stoic authors. For this discourse we will instead focus our attention on the strange creatures known variously through the text as demons, genii, and djinn. These creatures appear in multitude throughout the text and reveal a...
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  • polygamy in islam - 1966 Words
     Intro Para: Polygamy was a way of life until the Quran was revealed 1400 years ago. When the earth was young and under-populated, polygamy was one way of populating it and bringing in the human beings needed to carry out God's plan. By the time the Quran was revealed, the world had been sufficiently populated, and the Quran put down the first limitations against polygamy. Verse 4 : 3 - And if you fear that you will not deal justly with the orphan girls, then marry those that please you of...
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  • Shahzad - 14107 Words
    Define the Terms of Qiyas Describe the terms of Qiyas In Sunni Islamic jurisprudence, the qiyas (Arabic قياس) is the process of analogical reasoning in which the teachings of the Hadith are compared and contrasted with those of the Quran, i.e., in order to make an analogy with a known injunction (nass) to a new injunction. As a result of this method, the ruling of the Sunnah and the Qur'an may be used as a means to solve or provide a response to a new problem that may arise. This, however, is...
    14,107 Words | 37 Pages
  • The Tale of Satni and Baku - 709 Words
    To Elise Allen Humanities Dr. Mark Spencer Monday Wednesday Friday 11:00-11:50 Selections from the Koran The Koran is basically the Muslim’s “bible”. The Quran is composed of verses (Ayah) that make up 114 chapters (suras) of unequal length which are classified either as Meccan or Medinan depending upon their place and time of revelation. Muslims believe the Quran to be verbally revealed through angel Jibrīl (Gabriel) from God to Muhammad gradually over a period of approximately 23 years...
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  • factors in the decline of muslim ummah
    FACTORS IN THE DECLINE OF MUSLIM UMMAH For a moment shut your eyes and for Allah’s sake try to question yourself where do we all stand and what is our contribution?, suggests Sheikh Sajjad Recently a friend of mine asked me that inspite of this assurance from the Quran that Muslim Ummah/Nation (Ahl-Iman) will remain Honoured, Respected, Reputed in the world, then why now a days the muslims are helpless, constrained and oppressed everywhere. The fact is that if this assurance/promise of...
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  • Sacred Scripture and Cosmogony of Islam and Christianity
    The Sacred Scripture and Cosmogony of Islam and Christianity In every religion around the world, there are very important scriptures and beliefs on how the universe came into being. Christianity and Islam are no different than any other religion in those aspects. They have similar thoughts on things in the sacred scriptures they have, and they also have opposing views. Also, these two religions have different views on the creation of the universe, both of these topics will be discussed here....
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  • Islamic Philosophy - 840 Words
    Philippine Normal University The National Center for Teacher Education Graduate Studies College of Education Department of Special Education Taft Avenue, Manila A Written Report in ED 501-Philosophy of Education The Concept of Philosophy in Islam Prepared by: EVANGELISTA, JAMAIKA S. MAED SPED Submitted to: DR. NILO E. COLINARES Professor The Concept of Philosophy in Islam (Islamic Philosophy) Islamic Philosophy * Ibn Sina - "Philosophy is the exercise of intellect,...
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  • Bible vs. Karon - 901 Words
    In the world of literature we study artifacts presented by the text from both the Bible and Qur’an. They are both religious text for different religions. Christians mainly use the Bible and the Islam’s will generally use the Qur’an. They have both been around for many centuries to date back. Nobody actually knows exactly when these sacred books were originally written because they date back so far. The bible has two sections, a New Testament an Old Testament and the Qur’an has one hundred...
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  • al quran - 6577 Words
    skip to main | skip to sidebar Al-Gurabah Blog Archive 2009 (8) August (8) Amazing facts in the QURAN The Sign of God Fresh Water in Ocean Depth The Fly and Bee in the QURAN Ants in Quran Al-Quran and Astronomy Scientific miracle of Al-Qur'an Planet Earth Monday, 24 August 2009 Amazing facts in the QURAN Top of Form Bottom of Form Miracle of Islam and Miracle of Quran Miracle of Islam Content 1. Miracle of Islam : Informs people about articles of God, name of...
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  • Introduction of Quran - 447 Words
    Quran-the last book Our final book of guidance is Quran which is the most widely read book in the world. The word Quran means “to be read”.do we know the details related to this Book of Allah سبحانه وتعالى? Come let’s check our knowledge! Name of the Book? Al-Quran Who is the author? Allah سبحانه وتعالى Who is the addressee? You and me Who brought the Quran?...
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  • information - 7930 Words
    What is the meaning of SuJuD according to The Quran? 1 of 6 http://mypercept.co.uk/articles/meaning-of-SuJuD-from-Quran.html (Note: Google translation not 100% accurate) The meaning of SuJuD acknowledges The Quran The Arabic word 'sujud' (root: Siin-Jiim-Dal) is commonly taken to mean 'prostration', however there are differences between translators and also amongst occurrences within translations. In the following article, all occurrences of this specific word in The Quran were...
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  • Black Magic - 3933 Words
    Research Report on Black Magic__Practices and Beliefs Final Draft Prepared by iBti$am Badar 13th August 2009 Black Magic__Practices and Beliefs May 19, 2009 Dedication I dedicate this project to my parents. My father whose love and care make everything possible for me, and my mother whose presence is the constant source of encouragement that keeps me going through life. Black Magic__Practices and Beliefs May 19, 2009 Table of Contents Acknowledgement Abstract 1....
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  • Kalki Avtar of Hindu Religion(Very Interesting Article)
    Acceptation Of Holy Prophet Muhammad(PBUH) Existence In Hindu's Holy Books Acceptation Of Holy Prophet Muhammad(PBUH) Existence In Hinu's Holy Books Pundit Vedaprakash Upadhyay, a Hindu professor, in his stunning book claims that the description of the" Avatar" found in the Holy books of the Hindu religion, matches the Holy Prophet Mohammed(PUBH). Recently in India, a fact-revealing book has been published. The Book has been the topic of discussion and gossip all over the country.The author...
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  • Fiqh Muamalat with Islamic Economics
    Uncertainty (Gharar) عقد الغرر Definition of Gharar: Literally: Gharar means risk, deceit, or hazard. Taghrir is the verbal noun of Gharar. Legitimate definition: Ibn Hazm said, Gharar in sales occurs when the purchaser does not know what he has bought and the seller does not know what he has sold. Al-Sarkhasy: One of the most famous jurists of Hanafi school said:" Gharar occurs when consequences are concealed." Al-Zailii: A famous jurist of the same school said' "Gharar occurs when...
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  • Islamic Philosophy of Education - 1953 Words
    PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION ISLAMIC PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION By TAHIRA ARIF PABANEY In the partial fulfilment of the Requirements for the Degree of Master of Philosophy (M. Phil.) Education/Social Sciences Under the supervision of SIR SALEEM Presented to Hamdard Institute of Education and Social Sciences HAMDARD UNIVERSITY Submitted on: 26th February, 2013 ISLAMIC PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION Q. According to Imam Ghazali’s philosophy of education, what are the categories of knowledge? A....
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  • Summary Should a Woman Work Outside Their Home
    NABIL MUHAMMAD 16612299 An essay titled “ Should A Woman Work Outside The Home? “, written by Mohammed Akade Osman, states that there are so much serious social problems which emerge in socieies where woman work outside their homes. Devorce rate, crime rate and immoral acts increase as well as social injustice is formed. Woman should take appropriate job for their good itself. I agree with Mr.Osman’s statements, because as time grows, i often find or hear each problem occurs everywhere in my...
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  • Naat - 2545 Words
    Assignment # 2 Concept of education in Islam Submitted by: NS Sadia Sadaf Reg # 711 Mech(B) Submitted to: Maj (R) M. Sharif April 8,2013 Concept of Education in Islam in the light of Quran and Sunnah وَاللَّهُ أَخْرَجَكُمْ مِنْ بُطُونِ أُمَّهَاتِكُمْ لا تَعْلَمُونَ شَيْئاً وَجَعَلَ لَكُمْ السَّمْعَ وَالأَبْصَارَ وَالأَفْئِدَةَ لَعَلَّكُمْ تَشْكُرُونَ The word Islam defined by the Quran itself means submission to the Supreme Being and compliance with His laws, which constitutes Nature....
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  • Muslim - 687 Words
    https://dornsifecms.usc.edu/assets/sites/376/docs/1993_Betancourt__Lopez.pdf taking into account the tools given by Michel Foucault'll do a brief exercise in observation of Muslim culture. Muslims are deeply rooted in the culture religion SLAM party, as in every religion has a holy book them in this particular case is the Koran, as Foucault would say the men followed a speech to the Muslim discourse to follow is the Quran This holy book gives guidelines for living day to day, how to behave,...
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  • Mushaf - 911 Words
    Book Review: Mushaf “Mushaf” is an excellent and marvelous piece of work by “Nimra Ahmad”. The novel is beautifully woven itself. The opening of this novel is full of suspense which draws the reader towards giving full attention and consideration till the end of the novel. The strings of the novel are not intermingled even at a single point and all the things are clear and well-defined throughout. As far as public inspiration is concerned, one can get a lot from it. Beauty of relationship,...
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  • Freewill - 6147 Words
    Free Will and Determinism: An Overview of Muslim Scholars' Perspective Dr. Abdur Rashid Bhat* The problem of free will and determinism is both old and complex. From the early days of human civilization men reflected on it and formed their opinions about its various aspects. The Greek philosophers, Socrates (470-399 BC), Plato (427-347 BC) and Aristotle (384-322 BC) concentrated on the internal capacity of man to find the truth of practical good.1 The medieval Christian dogmatism led man...
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  • URDU SPEAKING SCHOLARS FROM PAKISTAN
    URDU SPEAKING SCHOLARS FROM PAKISTAN 1 Prof. Hammad Lakhvi (Punjab University) Associate Professor in Islamic studies, University of the Punjab Lahore Post Doctorate Islamic Studies University of Glasgow, UK. PhD Islamic studies University of the Punjab Lahore Editor, "Al-Qalam" (HEC Recognized research journal of Department of Islamic Studies, University of the Punjab Lahore. Member Ittehad bain ul Muslimeen committee Government of the Punjab Member Punjab Quran Board, Government of the...
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  • Muhammad and Generosity - 331 Words
    Generosity Behavior is the most important thing in generosity. It is the habit of giving without expecting anything in return. It can involve offering time, assets or talents to aid someone in need. Often equated with charity as a virtue, generosity is widely accepted in society as a desirable trait. It is important that how you deal with other people. Ibn `Abbas said that he heard Prophet Muhammad say, “The believer is not the one who eats when his neighbor beside him is hungry,”...
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  • Edgy First College Assignment
    In this essay by Patrik Johnson, "Edgy First College Assignment: Study of the Koran", it is all about the conflict it had on the campus of University of North Carolina. It had so much effect on some of the students that it led to some of them withdrawing from the school. There are others, however, that believe it is a good addition to the school. They are not forcing the students to take this religion as their own, they are simply teaching them about different people's belief's. It is hard to...
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  • Tafsir and Ta'Wil - 4675 Words
    3.0 DEFINITIONS OF TAFSIR AND TAKWIL The word ‘tafsir’ comes from ‘fassara’, which means, ‘to explain, to expound, to elucidate, to interpret.’ The word tafsir is the verbal noun of ‘fassara’, and means ‘the explanation or interpretation of something.’ According to another opinion, the word tafsir is a transposition from s-f-r, which means, ‘to expose, to uncover.’ Thus, a woman who uncovers her face is called a ‘saafirah’, and the act of uncovering her face is called ‘sufur.’ Therefore,...
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  • Women in Iran - 799 Words
    Women's rights in the Middle East have always been a controversial issue. Although the rights of women have changed over the years, they have never really been equal to the rights of a man. This poses a threat on Iran because women have very limited options when it comes to labor, marriage and other aspects of their culture. I believe that equal treatment for women and men is a fundamental principal of international human rights standards. Yet, in some places like Iran, discriminatory practices...
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  • Duties of Wife in Islam - 873 Words
    The DUTIES of the WIFE in Islam For every Muslim wife it is important to know her role in establishing a harmonious relationship with her husband according to the Quran and the Sunnah (traditions of the Prophet [may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him]). The characteristics and behaviours of the Western (& Eastern) cultured wives has become the cause for many marital break-ups. This is of no surprise, the women of the west are encouraged to go against nature and compete with man in...
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  • Brills Encyclopaedia of the Quran - 2012 Words
    CHAPTER NO. I Introduction and Significance of Brills Encyclopaedia of the Quran : 1. Introduction and Significance : The Quran is the most authentic sacred book for Muslims. Thousands of books and dozens of Encyclopedias are written on it in different languages. In English ,on the onset of the 21st century, Brill Institution has published " the Encyclopedia of the Quran" (BEQ) in six volumes , including the Index Volume .BEQ has found access to the major libraries of many...
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  • My First Time in a Mosque
    My first Experience In a Mosque In this research, I am going to explain an experience that I encounter. What was like to be inside a mosque? I went to The Islamic Center of Passaic on Sunday 10/7/12 at 7:00 AM, the Sufi mosque is located in 152 Derrom Ave in Paterson, NJ. To start my research first, I went to the mosque in person and of course I needed their permission, so I spoke with Inman Mohammad Qatanani, which I thank him so much for letting me have the experience. I told the Inman my...
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  • Pre and Post Islamic World Comparison Essay
    The Arab civilization is Saudi Arabia in 650 was mainly nomadic herders thriving off of scarce resources. The rise of Islam in Saudi Arabia grew until1600. Both pre-Islamic and post-Islamic civilizations were egalitarian, this is because in nomadic societies there isn't much one could do to be distinguishable and in Islamic societies it is believed that Allah does not call for distinguished social classes; also in both societies the Qur'an was looked to for life relations in pre-Islamic society,...
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  • Assignment BTQ - 4836 Words
     BASIC THEMES OF QURAN ASSIGNMENT 2012 ARTICLE REVIEW KNOWLEDGE Article: Knowledge and Scholarship Book: Islam, Philosophy and Ideology Author: Dilshad Hasan “And those who strive for Us - We will surely guide them to Our ways. And indeed, Allah is with the doers of good.” (surah al Ankabut;29:69) MEMBERS: MUHAMMAD NUR FAIZ B MUSA MOHD ALIF HUSSAINI B HAYAZY MUHAMAD SYAHIR B ABU BAKAR NIK MOHAMED FAIQ BIN MAT HASAN INTRODUCTION TO KNOWLEDGE...
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  • Opening Speech - 2614 Words
    Alhamdulillah, we are grateful to the Almighty for it with his permission we are able to extend life together and met in the ceremony. PTA General Meeting to-37 time. Perhaps they are more than 37 schools. At first, I received a call from Mr. President to speak in the PTA and was quite surprised as well. I say what? What do you usually opening speech made by elected representatives or representatives of the District Education Office. If representatives of the people, then he will leave the...
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  • Ethical Guidelines for Muslims in Business by Dr. Rafik Issa Beekun
    Ethical Guidelines for Muslims in Business By Dr. Rafik Issa Beekun Some general guidelines govern the Islamic code of ethics with relation to both one’s daily life and business conduct. Muslims are required to behave Islamically in their business dealings because Allah Himself is witness to their transactions: In whatever business you may be, and whatever portion you may be reciting from the Quran and whatever deed you (mankind) may be doing - We are Witnesses thereof when you are deeply...
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  • My Favourite Book - 472 Words
    Reading is the exercise of mind mostly done with books. A book is a volume of many sheets of paper bounded together, containing text, illustrations, photographs, or other kind of information. I have read many books but the Holy Quran is the most important and sacred book to me. Thus it is my favorite book. The Holy Quran is basically a religious book of Muslims. It was revealed to the last prophet of Allah, Hazrat Muhammad (SAW). The arch-angel Gabriel brought this scripture in the 7th...
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  • Holy Quran - 833 Words
    The Quran is a Book of Guidance. The Holy Quran was presented to Prophet Muhammad (Sallallahu 'alahi wa Salaam) through angel Jibreel alaihissallam. The Quran was given to Prophet Muhammad (Sallallahu 'alahi wa Salaam) by Allah in the month of Ramadan. Allah also revealed three more books called Taurat, Zaboor and Injil . The Surahs which were revealed in Makkah were called Makki surahs while the surahs which were revealed in Madinah were known as Madani surahs. The Quran has 114 surahs...
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  • Muhammad - 546 Words
     Muhammad is considered in Islam to be a messenger and prophet sent by God to guide humanity to the right way. He is considered as the last in a series of prophets sent by God. The Quran is believed to have been presented to Muhammad by God. Muhammad is know as the greatest of all prophets to the Muslims, and his religion as the only accepted religion of God. He is seen by Muslims as a possessor of all virtues. The scattered verses of the Prophet had been inscribed not only on date leaves and...
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  • Obedience to Parents - 3079 Words
    ll religions and all societies have given parents an honorable status. From a purely material viewpoint, we find ourselves indebted to our parents, particularly our mother. She not only nourished us in her womb, but went through pain and suffering. She loved us even before we were born. She toiled when we were totally helpless infants. She spent sleepless nights caring for us. Our parents as a team provided for all our needs: physical, educational, psychological, and in many instances,...
    3,079 Words | 9 Pages
  • Fakhruddin Al-Razi ; Response Towards Anthropomorphist Groups
    Fakhr al-Din al-Razi is one of the Muslim scholar especially in the field of Kalam. His name is; Abu Abdullah Muhammad b. Umar b. al-Husayn Fakhr al-Din al-Razi born in Rayy Northen Persia , 1149 and died on 1209. In his education background, he studied under his father, then furher studying in theology from Majd al-Din al-Jili and also in jurisprudence under Kamal al-Din al-Simnani.He was the greatest of Asy’arite theology after al-Ghazali and even known as ‘Khatib al-Rayy’ and ‘Shaykh...
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  • Attributes of Allah - 477 Words
    Allah is the proper name of God, however, we know Him generally through His attributes. These attributes describe how Allah manifests Himself to us. God's attributes are innumerable since human intellect cannot possibly comprehend every aspect of the Supreme Being. A Hadith of the Holy Prophet (peace be on him) makes mention of Ninety Nine names of Allah commonly known as al- Asmaul Husna, the Most Names. In the Holy Quran we read: "And to Allah alone belong all perfect attributes. So call Him...
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  • Adab and Falsafa - 707 Words
    To what extent do Adab and Falsafa form part of the Islamic religious tradition? Adab means discipline and training. It also detonates the good breeding and refinement that results from training, so that a person who behaves badly is “without abad” (de adab). Adab is the respect or deference one properly formed and trained shows to those who deserve it. The term was first encountered by the Western visitor to South Asia in its form as a greeting: “Adab!” – “my respects!” In other...
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  • SCHOOL - 921 Words
    SACRED WRITINGS OF ISLAM The Qurán is sacred writings of Islam revealed by God to the prophet Muhammad during his life at Mecca and Medina. The Qur'an is the sacred reality of Islam and is written in Arabic. Arabic is the sacred language of Islam because it is the language of God. The Qur'an should be recites in Arabic, whether the reader is from the Tunnis, Riyadh, Dhaka or Sydney. It is believed that Muhammad was the first to see the Qur'an. They do not speak of Muhammad of writing the...
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  • The Importance of Quran - 1687 Words
    Dr. Nuha al Shaar Arabic 301- Arabic Prose until end of 3rd Century Sally Al Nazer-36794 Essay Assignment The importance of the Quran in influencing the literary Arabic genres Quran is a very influential masterpiece in terms of religion, Islamic sciences and other Arab literary genres. In fact, Quran was not only restricted to spreading and prompting Arabic as a critical language to Muslims, but also Quran influenced the Arabic literature as we can highlight some differences between the pre...
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  • My World of Studies - 1219 Words
    HAYAA OR MODESTY IN ISLAM Haya, which literally means shame, bashfulness, and refraining from saying or doing anything improper or indecent, to describe one who, out of fear and awe of God, seeks to avoid displeasing Him. It urges one to be more careful, self-possessed, and self-controlled, for such restraint, if originating in feelings of modesty, result in paying God the respect He deserves. Combining the instinctive feeling of shame with modesty based on Islam forms the greatest safeguard...
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  • Muslims - 288 Words
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