The Qur’an gives the name as Ahmad, one of several ways to say Muhammad's name. Just as we have in English the name Joseph, and often use a shorter form such as

The Qur’an gives the name as Ahmad, one of several ways to say Muhammad's name. Just as we have in English the name Joseph, and often use a shorter form such as "Joe" or the familiar form, "Joey," More »

Science has recently uncovered that there is a protective barrier between the Earth and the sky. The Qur’an clarified this fact long centuries ago.

Science has recently uncovered that there is a protective barrier between the Earth and the sky. The Qur’an clarified this fact long centuries ago.

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This series of articles proposes to refute the anti-Semitic doctrines propounded by religious and political extremists, and to examine the Qur'anic references which are cited in support of these pernicious interpretations. Further, this series will document the abundance of laudatory references to Israelites, Jews, Hebrew prophets, and the Torah found throughout the Qur'an which inform and illuminate Islamic history and teachings.

This series of articles proposes to refute the anti-Semitic doctrines propounded by religious and political extremists, and to examine the Qur'anic references which are cited in support of these pernicious interpretations. Further, this series will document the abundance of laudatory references to Israelites, Jews, Hebrew prophets, and the Torah found throughout the Qur'an which inform and illuminate Islamic history and teachings.

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The Prophet (peace be upon him) said, “Allah has decreed kindness in all things.” (Muslim) So, one should extend kindness to all people, even non-Muslims.

The Prophet (peace be upon him) said, “Allah has decreed kindness in all things.” (Muslim) So, one should extend kindness to all people, even non-Muslims.

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Why should I pursue worldly knowledge if it does not benefit me in the Hereafter? If such studies stand in the way of getting closer to God, then why does Islam back and call for pursing them?

Why should I pursue worldly knowledge if it does not benefit me in the Hereafter? If such studies stand in the way of getting closer to God, then why does Islam back and call for pursing them?

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Medicine as an Art Medicine was defined by Muslim physicians such as Al-Razi (841)-926 A.D.) and Ibn Sina (Avicenna, 980-1036 A.D.) as the art concerned with the preservation of good health, combating of disease, and restoration of health to the sick. For several centuries, the world has witnessed and benefited from the great advances made […]

Medicine as an Art Medicine was defined by Muslim physicians such as Al-Razi (841)-926 A.D.) and Ibn Sina (Avicenna, 980-1036 A.D.) as the art concerned with the preservation of good health, combating of disease, and restoration of health to the sick. For several centuries, the world has witnessed and benefited from the great advances made […]

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How could we prevent hatred, pettiness from dwelling in our hearts; how could we generously stifle these feelings? What does Islam say about forgiveness? Can hatred dwell in the heart of the believer?

How could we prevent hatred, pettiness from dwelling in our hearts; how could we generously stifle these feelings? What does Islam say about forgiveness? Can hatred dwell in the heart of the believer?

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What kind of gifts was the Night Journey to the Prophet from his Lord? How did it distinguish between the true believers and others? What lessons did it mean to teach?

What kind of gifts was the Night Journey to the Prophet from his Lord? How did it distinguish between the true believers and others? What lessons did it mean to teach?

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What are the divine scriptures mentioned in the Qur’an? Does a Muslim have to believe in divine scriptures other than the Qur’an?

What are the divine scriptures mentioned in the Qur’an? Does a Muslim have to believe in divine scriptures other than the Qur’an?

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