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The Future Is For Islam
The day Islam gave a new concept of values and standards to mankind and showed the way to learn these values and standards, it also provided it with a new concept of human relationships. Islam came to return man to his Sustainer and to make His guidance the only source from which values and standards are to be obtained, as He is the Provider and Or...
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Patience and Gratitude
Sabr is an Arabic word which comes from a root meaning to detain, refrain and stop.There is expression in Arabic, “so-and-so was killed sabran”, which means that he was captured and detained until he died. In the spiritual sense, patience means to stop ourselves from despairing and panicking, to stop our tongues from com...
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Slavery in islam
First; a knowledgeable Jew or Christian knows fully well that  slavery is discussed in the Bible. The Jewish law has much to say  about slaves and their treatment. This matter is not open to  debate. It is a fact every rabbi and a trained pastor is aware of.  Second;  just as the Jews and Christians ...
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The Benefits of Trials and Tribulations
Ibn Rajab concludes that if the person truly realizes and understands the above, "he will know that the bounty that comes from Allah to a believer due to his trials is greater than the bounty that comes from Allah during his times of ease." ...
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Speaking about Allah without Knowledge
Al-Qurtubee in his tafseer, talks about such people who say when they read the Qur'an, in my mind this comes to my mind, or my heart tells me this.  He concludes those who read the Qur'an and say, "ask your heart" or "my heart tells me," and so forth, they are speaking about Allah without knowledge ('ilm). Which, as we ...
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A Religion of Natural Bridges
I was once asked to give a talk on building bridges between Islam and a certain Asian religion. My reply was that there was no need for such building because the bridges are already there; they are natural components of the Islamic religion. I said this because the divine message which Prophet Muhammad was asked to convey, is a message to ...
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Prophethood in Islam
Prophethood is not unknown to heavenly revealed religions, such as Judaism and Christianity.  In Islam, however, it has a special status and significance.According to Islam, God created man for a noble purpose: to worship Him and lead a virtuous life based on His teachings and guidance.  How would man know his role...
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Belief in Angels
In common folklore, angels are thought of as good forces of nature, hologram images, or illusions.  Western iconography sometimes depicts angels as fat cherubic babies or handsome young men or women with a halo surrounding their head.  In Islamic doctrine, they are real created beings who will eventually suffer dea...
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The Finality of Prophethood
What is meant here by “the inclusiveness of Islam” is that fact that Islam is for all times and places.  Regardless of who a person may be or where he may be, Islam should be his religion and his way of life.  This is just as much true for those who lived during the lifetime of the Prophet, may the mercy and bl...
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Belief, Its Meaning and Importance
One narration states, "You are going to a people from the People of the Book. Let the first thing that you call them to be the worship of Allah. If they acknowledge Allah, then inform them that Allah has obligated upon them five prayers during their days and nights." [Al-Bukhari, Muslim] This hadith is clear. It does no...
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