It is intuitively obvious, and confirmed by science, that the universe had a beginning. Every action requires a doer, and thus the existence of creation necessarily indicates the existence of the Creator. Allah appeals to the human mind and rationality...

It is intuitively obvious, and confirmed by science, that the universe had a beginning. Every action requires a doer, and thus the existence of creation necessarily indicates the existence of the Creator. Allah appeals to the human mind and rationality... More »

God creates everything, in the form and at the time that He chooses, without the use of any model and out of nothing. Since He is exalted above any defect and is rich beyond any need. He has no need of any cause, vehicle, or stages for His creation.

God creates everything, in the form and at the time that He chooses, without the use of any model and out of nothing. Since He is exalted above any defect and is rich beyond any need. He has no need of any cause, vehicle, or stages for His creation.

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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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This unlettered Arab was the first person who set on foot for the first time practically the whole framework of international relations, and regulated the laws of war and peace. For no one had previously even the remotest idea that there could be an ethical code of war or that relations between different nations could be regulated on the grounds of common humanity.

This unlettered Arab was the first person who set on foot for the first time practically the whole framework of international relations, and regulated the laws of war and peace. For no one had previously even the remotest idea that there could be an ethical code of war or that relations between different nations could be regulated on the grounds of common humanity.

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  • Starting from Makkah on the eighth day of Dhul-Hijjah, the Prophet at midday, on his she-camel, went to Mina, where he spent the night before leaving, after sunrise, for ‘Arafat, where he delivered his major speech. The Prophet’s speech that day was the highlight of his pilgrimage, outlining the nature of Islamic society.

    Starting from Makkah on the eighth day of Dhul-Hijjah, the Prophet at midday, on his she-camel, went to Mina, where he spent the night before leaving, after sunrise, for ‘Arafat, where he delivered his major speech. The Prophet’s speech that day was the highlight of his pilgrimage, outlining the nature of Islamic society.

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  • Difficult times are part of Allah’s laws in this universe; they are part of the tests that people go through. They are not necessarily something evil, however. A difficulty we go through, on the contrary, could be a learning experience, a reminder, purification from sins and mistakes, a test of patience and perseverance, or all of these together.

    Difficult times are part of Allah’s laws in this universe; they are part of the tests that people go through. They are not necessarily something evil, however. A difficulty we go through, on the contrary, could be a learning experience, a reminder, purification from sins and mistakes, a test of patience and perseverance, or all of these together.

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  • The man burst into tears all of a sudden and cried hysterically. He never stopped so I had to stop the car at the road side to calm him down. I talked to him but he never replied; he just went on crying and weeping. I thought that the Qur’an recitation was the reason for his crying so I turned off the cassette player.

    The man burst into tears all of a sudden and cried hysterically. He never stopped so I had to stop the car at the road side to calm him down. I talked to him but he never replied; he just went on crying and weeping. I thought that the Qur’an recitation was the reason for his crying so I turned off the cassette player.

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  • It may be difficult trying to find faith in a modern world as the minutes speed by and hours are filled with distractions. Yet it is not impossible to be at peace and in deep tranquility when we have the right mindset as to what a journey as a Muslim life entails.

    It may be difficult trying to find faith in a modern world as the minutes speed by and hours are filled with distractions. Yet it is not impossible to be at peace and in deep tranquility when we have the right mindset as to what a journey as a Muslim life entails.

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I was basically a godless human being. I mean obviously there was something there but I had never explored or asked any questions. Watch this video to see how Robert's nature told him that there is God and God is perfect.

I was basically a godless human being. I mean obviously there was something there but I had never explored or asked any questions. Watch this video to see how Robert's nature told him that there is God and God is perfect.

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I was born in London, specifically East London to a non strict Buddhist family. My mum is a Buddhist whilst my two big brothers are atheists but follow that religion because of my mother.

I was born in London, specifically East London to a non strict Buddhist family. My mum is a Buddhist whilst my two big brothers are atheists but follow that religion because of my mother.

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I was born in London, specifically East London to a non strict Buddhist family. My mum is a Buddhist whilst my two big brothers are atheists but follow that religion because of my mother.

I was born in London, specifically East London to a non strict Buddhist family. My mum is a Buddhist whilst my two big brothers are atheists but follow that religion because of my mother.

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I was a Christian in name only. While I did believe in God, I had not submitted Him as the maker and creator of my destiny. I felt that this was something I was better off handling rather than letting God decide my fate. Being raised in the West and subjected to the influences with which we are constantly bombarded, did not help the situation neither. In a word, you could say that I was living by my own set of rules.

I was a Christian in name only. While I did believe in God, I had not submitted Him as the maker and creator of my destiny. I felt that this was something I was better off handling rather than letting God decide my fate. Being raised in the West and subjected to the influences with which we are constantly bombarded, did not help the situation neither. In a word, you could say that I was living by my own set of rules.

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