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FAQ about Islam

Who is Allah?
Allah means God. It is a personal name, which Allah calls Himself in the Quran. That is where we get it. It can also be found in an Aramaic copy of the Bible, and even Christian Arabs say Allah.

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How Concerned Islam Is About Human Rights In A Society

Though Islam is not the only divine religion descended upon humanity for the ultimate purpose of their guidance, but it is definitely the final one chosen for this purpose by the ultimate creator Allah Almighty. This is not just some positive apprehension, but it is

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Christmas and Islam

Quite a number of Muslims today, especially those living in Christian dominated countries or those influenced to a large degree by western culture, have been led to consider that taking part in the Christmas celebrations of friends and relatives is, at very least, a harmless

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Rights of Islam

“HUQOOQUL-ISLAM” (RIGHTS OF ISLAM): In the book At-targheeb wat-Tarheeb of Imam Asfahaani, a hadith of Hazrat Ali radhiyallahu anhu is narrated wherein the following general rights to be observe mutually among all Muslims are enlisted: Forgive the mistakes of another Muslim. Show sympathy over his

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Islamic Beliefs

The Islamic creed did not begin with the prophet hood of Muhammad ()1, nor was it invented by him. It is essentially the same message contained in previous divine scriptures and taught by all prophets of Allah. Islamic beliefs are eternal truths that neither change

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The Pain Feelings

Allah, the Almighty, says: {Surely!Those who disbelieved in Our Ayat “proofs, evidences, verses, lessons, signs, revelations, etc.” We shall burn them in Fire. As often as their skins are roasted through, We shall change them for other skins that they may taste the punishment. Truly,

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What is Islam

The Islamic creed did not begin with the prophet hood of Muhammad saww 1, nor was it invented by him. It is essentially the same message contained in previous divine scriptures and taught by all prophets of Allah. Islamic beliefs are eternal truths that neither

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Different kinds of Charity

Praise be to Allaah. Ongoing charity is the waqf (“Islamic endowment”) which may take many forms. The definition of a waqf is that the origin is “frozen” and the fruits are donated for the sake of Allaah, as was narrated by al-Bukhaari (2737) and Muslim