Note from the Author: When reading this article, please keep in mind that as Muslims, we do NOT hold the following Bible verses regarding the beloved Prophet Jesus (peace be upon him) to be true. The points made, therefore, are only intended to expose the hypocrisy of the modern-day Christian Evangelical’s claim that the Islamic […]

Note from the Author: When reading this article, please keep in mind that as Muslims, we do NOT hold the following Bible verses regarding the beloved Prophet Jesus (peace be upon him) to be true. The points made, therefore, are only intended to expose the hypocrisy of the modern-day Christian Evangelical’s claim that the Islamic […] More »

The Qur'an has many stories about previous Prophets and their peoples. Some of these stories have elements in them that can be checked out for their accuracy.

The Qur'an has many stories about previous Prophets and their peoples. Some of these stories have elements in them that can be checked out for their accuracy.

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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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Once one puts one’s first foot in Mecca, one is get amazed not only by the enormous numbers of people but also by the diversity of their colors, genders, ages and languages.

Once one puts one’s first foot in Mecca, one is get amazed not only by the enormous numbers of people but also by the diversity of their colors, genders, ages and languages.

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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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Caring for the disabled is a collective obligation; if done by some is dropped from others, and if no member of the society does it, then the whole society is sinned.

Caring for the disabled is a collective obligation; if done by some is dropped from others, and if no member of the society does it, then the whole society is sinned.

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Imam Ali Ibn Abi al `Izz al Hanafi (False) security and despair are tools Satan uses to misguide people. The right attitude for true believer lies in a balance between the two.  That is to say, a servant of God should remain between fear and hope. For, the right and the approved kind of fear […]

Imam Ali Ibn Abi al `Izz al Hanafi (False) security and despair are tools Satan uses to misguide people. The right attitude for true believer lies in a balance between the two.  That is to say, a servant of God should remain between fear and hope. For, the right and the approved kind of fear […]

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I Would Like to Repent, But!… Shaykh Muhammad Salih al-Munajjid Dear brother! O slave of God! God has opened the door of repentance, so why should you not enter? “Repentance has a door whose span is the distance between East and West,” says a hadith; (and in another version “its span is the distance traveled in […]

I Would Like to Repent, But!… Shaykh Muhammad Salih al-Munajjid Dear brother! O slave of God! God has opened the door of repentance, so why should you not enter? “Repentance has a door whose span is the distance between East and West,” says a hadith; (and in another version “its span is the distance traveled in […]

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