The whole origin of Hajj is rooted in the acts of devotion of Prophet Ibraheem. This demonstrates that Prophet Muhammad did not innovate this institution

The whole origin of Hajj is rooted in the acts of devotion of Prophet Ibraheem. This demonstrates that Prophet Muhammad did not innovate this institution More »

Prophet Muhammad declared 30km area around Medina a protected grove and prohibited the cutting down of trees within its borders. Why did the Prophet do that? How does Islam view the sanctity of earth? What is Islam's take in ecological issues?

Prophet Muhammad declared 30km area around Medina a protected grove and prohibited the cutting down of trees within its borders. Why did the Prophet do that? How does Islam view the sanctity of earth? What is Islam's take in ecological issues?

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Prophet Muhammad declared 30km area around Medina a protected grove and prohibited the cutting down of trees within its borders. Why did the Prophet do that? How does Islam view the sanctity of earth? What is Islam's take in ecological issues?

Prophet Muhammad declared 30km area around Medina a protected grove and prohibited the cutting down of trees within its borders. Why did the Prophet do that? How does Islam view the sanctity of earth? What is Islam's take in ecological issues?

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Parents, extended families, guardians and the Muslim community at large have been given a trust, a tiny life completely dependent upon its caregivers for protection and care. For many children the world is immersed in terror. Hunger, pain, suffering, torture, sexual abuse, and other horrors are the realities of life. When their small attempts to reach for comfort are rejected or their cries are silenced God is watching, and angels are recording.

Parents, extended families, guardians and the Muslim community at large have been given a trust, a tiny life completely dependent upon its caregivers for protection and care. For many children the world is immersed in terror. Hunger, pain, suffering, torture, sexual abuse, and other horrors are the realities of life. When their small attempts to reach for comfort are rejected or their cries are silenced God is watching, and angels are recording.

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Fathers are significant because they are commanded by Allah to work hard to address the physical, educational, psychological, and spiritual needs of a child.

Fathers are significant because they are commanded by Allah to work hard to address the physical, educational, psychological, and spiritual needs of a child.

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In fact, all divine religions order honoring parents as an act of gratitude and promise great reward for kindness to parents both in this world and the Hereafter.

In fact, all divine religions order honoring parents as an act of gratitude and promise great reward for kindness to parents both in this world and the Hereafter.

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By referring to the poems of Imru’ Al-Qais, which are widely known and have been translated several times into most of the world languages, nothing of this is mentioned in them.

By referring to the poems of Imru’ Al-Qais, which are widely known and have been translated several times into most of the world languages, nothing of this is mentioned in them.

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“If all you said is true, then I am sure that this Prophet’s Kingdom will reach here where I am standing… If I were to go there, I would embrace Islam and wash the Prophet’s feet with my own hands.” Heraclius said.

“If all you said is true, then I am sure that this Prophet’s Kingdom will reach here where I am standing… If I were to go there, I would embrace Islam and wash the Prophet’s feet with my own hands.” Heraclius said.

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Being fatherless in Islam, Jesus is often referred to in the Islamic scriptures as “the son of Mary”. Jesus is mentioned in the Qur`an about 35 times. He is called “Jesus, the son of Mary”, “Messiah, the son of Mary”, “the son of Mary”, “Jesus” and “Messiah”.

Being fatherless in Islam, Jesus is often referred to in the Islamic scriptures as “the son of Mary”. Jesus is mentioned in the Qur`an about 35 times. He is called “Jesus, the son of Mary”, “Messiah, the son of Mary”, “the son of Mary”, “Jesus” and “Messiah”.

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Islam completely rejects the doctrine of the incarnation of God in any form. Islam specifically rejects the Christian idea of Jesus as a divine incarnation, but rather Jesus is seen as a prophet and messenger of God.

Islam completely rejects the doctrine of the incarnation of God in any form. Islam specifically rejects the Christian idea of Jesus as a divine incarnation, but rather Jesus is seen as a prophet and messenger of God.

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Though both Muslims and Christians agree on the Ascension of Jesus, Christians believe that Jesus was resurrected after Crucifixion and before Ascension, but Muslims believe that he was not crucified but raised to Heaven directly without Resurrection before Ascension.

Though both Muslims and Christians agree on the Ascension of Jesus, Christians believe that Jesus was resurrected after Crucifixion and before Ascension, but Muslims believe that he was not crucified but raised to Heaven directly without Resurrection before Ascension.

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Muslims believe that Jesus was the Messiah prophesied in the Jewish texts and that the people who followed him as a prophet of Allah up to the advent of Islam are true believers in Allah.

Muslims believe that Jesus was the Messiah prophesied in the Jewish texts and that the people who followed him as a prophet of Allah up to the advent of Islam are true believers in Allah.

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Is the Bible God’s word? Which version of the Bible that we have to accept? Are there any contradictions in the Bible? Watch to find the answer.

Is the Bible God’s word? Which version of the Bible that we have to accept? Are there any contradictions in the Bible? Watch to find the answer. More »