God is the Living who confers life upon others. He creates and sustains all living things in their mortal lives in this world. Then, in the Hereafter, He confers eternal life upon the denizens of Paradise. It is one of the signs of God’s creative power that He imbues inert matter with life.

God is the Living who confers life upon others. He creates and sustains all living things in their mortal lives in this world. Then, in the Hereafter, He confers eternal life upon the denizens of Paradise. It is one of the signs of God’s creative power that He imbues inert matter with life. More »

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The "dino-bird" stories that appear in the evolutionist press consist of biased analyses by evolutionist paleontologists, and sometimes even of distortions of the truth. (In fact, one of the best-known "dino-bird" discoveries, the Archaeoraptor portrayed by National Geographic as incontrovertible proof of bird evolution, turned out to be a forgery produced by combining fossils of five separate specimens).

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National Geographic confirms the Truth passed on from generation to generation for over 1400 years, that is the Qur'an. This clip talks about how the earth got its water. While the Qur'an already mentioned how some rivers stem from some rocks, recent science is only uncovering the Truth that has been revealed over 14 centuries ago. Join us to watch this interesting video by Harun Yahya…

National Geographic confirms the Truth passed on from generation to generation for over 1400 years, that is the Qur'an. This clip talks about how the earth got its water. While the Qur'an already mentioned how some rivers stem from some rocks, recent science is only uncovering the Truth that has been revealed over 14 centuries ago. Join us to watch this interesting video by Harun Yahya…

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  • By Raya Shokatfard        – Freelance Writer – USA In many Islamic circles or presentations, I am asked a similar question from my brothers and sisters: “I want to get closer to Allah, but don’t know how; or I don’t have the power to do it. Sometimes I can succeed in getting close […]

    By Raya Shokatfard – Freelance Writer – USA In many Islamic circles or presentations, I am asked a similar question from my brothers and sisters: “I want to get closer to Allah, but don’t know how; or I don’t have the power to do it. Sometimes I can succeed in getting close […]

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  • Imagine that you found yourself in this leader’s position. What would you do with the bandit? Would your state of mind give you any chance to think before acting? Would anyone blame you if you struck the thief down in self defense?

    Imagine that you found yourself in this leader’s position. What would you do with the bandit? Would your state of mind give you any chance to think before acting? Would anyone blame you if you struck the thief down in self defense?

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  • In business administration, it is well known that if one does not have his or her own plan, he or she will be part of others' plans. A real human being who has sound reasoning never accepts to be a marionette in the hands of others.

    In business administration, it is well known that if one does not have his or her own plan, he or she will be part of others' plans. A real human being who has sound reasoning never accepts to be a marionette in the hands of others.

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  • Imagine that you found yourself in this leader’s position. What would you do with the bandit? Would your state of mind give you any chance to think before acting? Would anyone blame you if you struck the thief down in self defense?

    Imagine that you found yourself in this leader’s position. What would you do with the bandit? Would your state of mind give you any chance to think before acting? Would anyone blame you if you struck the thief down in self defense?

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This is the fourth and last part of the autobiography of Ologunde Sa, the Indian Ex-atheist woman who turned to Islam after a very long journey that witnessed so many various stages. Each stage led to the next by Allah’s Grace and Mercy. In this part we will see how she, after deciding to accept Islam, faces one of the hardest decisions in life. She had to choose either to stay with her husband or to become a real Muslim.

This is the fourth and last part of the autobiography of Ologunde Sa, the Indian Ex-atheist woman who turned to Islam after a very long journey that witnessed so many various stages. Each stage led to the next by Allah’s Grace and Mercy. In this part we will see how she, after deciding to accept Islam, faces one of the hardest decisions in life. She had to choose either to stay with her husband or to become a real Muslim.

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A graduate of Cornell University, Brown University Medical School and George Washington University Hospital residency program, Laurence B. Brown is an ophthalmic surgeon, a retired Air Force officer, and the medical director and chief ophthalmologist of a major eye center. Watch this video to see how he came to Islam after a long search for the truth.

A graduate of Cornell University, Brown University Medical School and George Washington University Hospital residency program, Laurence B. Brown is an ophthalmic surgeon, a retired Air Force officer, and the medical director and chief ophthalmologist of a major eye center. Watch this video to see how he came to Islam after a long search for the truth.

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A graduate of Cornell University, Brown University Medical School and George Washington University Hospital residency program, Laurence B. Brown is an ophthalmic surgeon, a retired Air Force officer, and the medical director and chief ophthalmologist of a major eye center. Watch this video to see how he came to Islam after a long search for the truth.

A graduate of Cornell University, Brown University Medical School and George Washington University Hospital residency program, Laurence B. Brown is an ophthalmic surgeon, a retired Air Force officer, and the medical director and chief ophthalmologist of a major eye center. Watch this video to see how he came to Islam after a long search for the truth.

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The surge in conversions to Islam has taken place despite the negative image of the faith in the Western press. Indeed, the pace of conversions has accelerated since publicity over the Salman Rushdie affair, the Gulf War and the plight of the Muslims in Bosnia. It is even more ironic that most British converts should be women, given the widespread view in the west that Islam treats women poorly.

The surge in conversions to Islam has taken place despite the negative image of the faith in the Western press. Indeed, the pace of conversions has accelerated since publicity over the Salman Rushdie affair, the Gulf War and the plight of the Muslims in Bosnia. It is even more ironic that most British converts should be women, given the widespread view in the west that Islam treats women poorly.

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