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Japanese Are Converting To Islam

Friday, July 8th, 2016

Japanese Are Converting To Islam in Crowds! Very Emotional – Dr.Zakir

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HUMAN RIGHTS IN ISLAM

Sunday, June 28th, 2015

HUMAN RIGHTS IN ISLAM

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The first thing that we find in Islam in this connection is that it
lays down some rights for man as a human being. In other words it
means that every man whether he belongs to this country or that,
whether he is a believer or unbeliever, whether he lives in some forest
or is found in some desert, whatever be the case, he has some basic
human rights simply because he is a human being, which should be
recognized by every Muslim. In fact it will be his duty to fulfil these
obligations.

1. The Right to Life

The first and the foremost basic right is the right to live and
respect human life. The Holy Quran lays down:

  Whosoever kills a human being without (any reason like) man
slaughter, or corruption on earth, it is as though he had killed
all mankind … (5:32)

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Qur’an and Archeological Discoveries: Evidence from the Near East

Saturday, June 8th, 2013

Abstract:
This paper examines the archeological remains and historical events that took place in the ancient Near
East and compares them with the archaeological facts mentioned in the Holy Qur’an. One of the key
features of the Holy Qur’an is that it contains explicit data about groups of people from the past and events in
their lives.

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The Search for Inner Peace

Thursday, July 19th, 2012

 

 

Dr Bilal Philips

 

2011 – 1432

 

The Search for Inner Peace

 

The topic of inner peace addresses a universal need. There is nobody on this planet that does not desire inner peace. It is not a desire that is new to our time; rather, it is something that everybody has been searching for throughout the ages, regardless of colour, creed, religion, race, nationality, age, sex, wealth, ability or technological advancement.

People have taken a variety of different paths in trying to achieve inner peace, some through accumulating material possessions and wealth, others through drugs; some through music, others through meditation; some through their husbands and wives, others through their careers and some through their children’s achievements. And the list goes on

Yet the search also goes on. In our time we have been led to believe that technological advancement and modernisation will produce for us physical comforts and through these we will attain inner peace.

However, if we were to take the most technologically advanced and most industrialised nation in the world, America, then we would see that what we have been led to believe is not factual. The statistics show that in America some 20 million adults suffer from depression yearly; and what is depression but a total lack of inner peace? Furthermore in the year 2000 death rate due to suicide was double the rate of those who die from Aids. However, the news media being what it is, we hear more about those who die from Aids than we do about those who die by committing suicide. Also more people die from suicide in America than from homicide, and the homicide rates themselves are massive.

So the reality is that technological advancement and modernisation have not bought inner peace and tranquility. Rather in spite of the creature comforts that modernisation has brought us, we are further away from inner peace than our ancestors were.

Inner peace is for the most part of our lives very elusive; we never seem to get our hands on it.

Many of us mistake personal pleasures for inner peace; we achieve elements of pleasure from a variety of things, be it wealth, sexual relations or other than that. But these do not last, they come and go. Yes we have personal pleasures from time to time and we are pleased with various things from time to time, but this is not inner peace. True inner peace is a sense of stability and contentment which carries us through all the trials and difficulties of life.

W need to understand that peace is not something that will exist in this world around us because when we define peace according to the dictionary definition it states that peace is freedom from war or civil strife. Where do have this? There is always a war or some sort of civil unrest happening somewhere in the world. If we look at peace in terms of the state level then peace is freedom from public disorder and security, but where in the world do we have this in a complete form? If we look at peace on a social level, family and work, then peace is freedom from disagreements and arguments, but is there such a social environment that never has disagreements or arguments? In terms of location, then yes, we can have a place which is calm, peaceful and tranquil, some islands for example, but this external peace only exists for a small amount of time, sooner or later a storm or a hurricane will come.

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Mercy in Islam… Significance and Examples

Wednesday, July 18th, 2012

Written by Dr. Ragheb Elsergany

Importance of Mercy in Islamic legislation

The first eye-catching feature in the Holy Quran, which is Muslims’ constitution and their top and most importance source of legislation, is that all its chapters save At-Tawbah (Repentance) chapter, have been opened with basmala (the phrase: Bismillahi ar-Rahman ar-Rahim or in the name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful). It is clear for all that opening all Quranic chapters with these two attributes has its obvious denotation on the importance of mercy in the Islamic sharia. The close linguistic meaning of the two attributes is also unmistakable for everyone. Scholars gave long details and several opinions on the difference between the two words[1]. Allah could have been using another attribute with the attribute of being merciful, such as the Incomparably Great, the Wise, the All-Hearing, the All-Seeing. It was also possible for Allah to use another attribute with another meaning so as to strike a balance for readers in order to prevent the mercy attribute from prevailing, for example, the Compeller, the Lord of Retribution or the Subduer. But combining these two attributes with their close meanings at the start of each Quranic chapter gives the very obvious indication: The attribute of mercy precedes par excellence all other attributes and that mercy is the basis of treatment and which never collapses in front of other bases.

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Relationship between Muslims and non-Muslims

Wednesday, July 18th, 2012

Written by Dr. Ragheb Elsergany

Introduction

Systems in the Islamic civilization were not confined only to addressing Muslims and non-Muslims’ affairs in the Islamic state, but were also concerned with organizing relations between Muslims and other peoples and countries. In this regard, it had bases and principles for such relations. This was the case in the state of peace and war. These are the cases in which the glory of Islamic civilization is manifested and its human nature becomes lofty.

Islam is the religion of peace

Islam is the religion of peacePeace is really the origin of Islam. Allah, Exalted be He, commended His believing slaves who believed in His Messenger, saying: {O ye who believe! Enter into Islam [peace] whole-heartedly; and follow not the footsteps of the evil one; for he is to you an avowed enemy.} [Al-Baqara:208], peace here is Islam[1]. Islam was expressed in the word “peace” because it is peace for man, himself, his home, society and for those surrounding him; it is the religion of peace.

It is no wonder to find that the word Islam is derived from (peace) and that peace is one of the most prominent Islamic principles, if not the most prominent at all. Moreover, it can amount to a synonym of Islam itself, on the grounds of the origin of the language material[2].

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Honor killing is against Islamic laws

Wednesday, July 18th, 2012

Muslim women have been the unfair victims of many brutal cultural practices. Honor killings are seen as the most gruesome of these. Islam has clear laws regulating sexual conduct and killing a girl in such a manner is against the fundamental principles of Islam.

The practice of honor killings is, obviously, rooted in the erroneous notion that the honor of a family revolves around the sexual conduct of women. This leads many Muslim men to murder their young daughters or sisters in cold blood. This inhuman practice, a modern version of the pre-Islamic practice of burying female babies alive, is present in some Muslim countries.
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Acts of terrorism are not based on the Quran

Wednesday, July 18th, 2012

A common misconception about Islam is that it is a violent religion. Due to the actions of Islamic extremists against innocent people many people in the West have developed the idea that these terrorists were acting according to the Islamic religion.

The truth is that these acts of terrorism were not based on the Qur’an but on anger and a desire for vengeance and violence. These actions have nothing in common with the teachings of the Qur’an or of the Prophet Muhammad. Compassion and mercy are a central tenet of Islam, and these two attributes are the first two attributed to God. In fact, they are mentioned at least 192 times in the Qur’an in reference to God’s mercy and compassion in comparison to only 15 mentions of God’s wrath. Terrorists and extremists can find very small portions of the Qur’an to justify their violent acts against people of other faiths all the while ignoring the vast majority of the Qur’an that preaches non-violence and tolerance for those of other religions. Many of those passages are then taken out of context and misused, giving the rest of the world a false view of Islam that has almost nothing in common with how actual Muslims conduct themselves. This is not specific or unique to Islam, Christianity has had this same problem for centuries. Particular passages of the Bible, taken out of context have been used to justify horrendous acts, such as slavery and the torture of those of other faiths.
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The Qur’an and Tolerance of Other Religions

Wednesday, July 18th, 2012

The Qur’an teaches tolerance for other religions. There are two passages that are often cited to support religious tolerance in Islam. The first of these is Surah Al-Ma’idah, Ayah 48. It reads:

If Allah so willed, he would have made you a single People, but his plan is to test each of you separately, in what He has given to each of you: so strive in all virtues as in you are in a race. The goal of all of you is to Allah. It is He that will show you the truth of the matters in which ye dispute.

The second of these is Surah Al-Ankabut, Ayah 46. It reads:

And dispute not with the People of the Book, except with means better than mere disputation, unless I be with those of them who inflict wrong and injury, but say to them: “We believe in the revelation which has come down to us and in that which came down to you; Our God and your God is one; and it is to Him that we bow.”
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Islam And The Right Of Freedom Of Religion

Wednesday, July 18th, 2012

A common misconception about Islam is that it is intolerant of other religions and that Muslims are notorious for attacking people of other religions. This could not be more wrong. In many countries with a Muslim majority, like Egypt and Syria, Muslims have existed in harmony with Christians and Jews for hundreds of years. Most conflicts between religions are not due to religious teachings but to underlying political causes. Religious fanaticism and religious extremism also is to blame for these kinds of conflicts and violence between people of different religions.
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