The Israa' and Miraj refer to two parts of a miraculous journey that Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) took in one night from Makka to Jerusalem and then an ascension to the heavens.

The Israa' and Miraj refer to two parts of a miraculous journey that Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) took in one night from Makka to Jerusalem and then an ascension to the heavens. More »

As Muslims, our faith is not complete, and our worship is not sufficient, until we have built strong bonds of brotherhood amongst ourselves

As Muslims, our faith is not complete, and our worship is not sufficient, until we have built strong bonds of brotherhood amongst ourselves

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The pursuit of knowledge is important in Islam. Prophet Muhammad encouraged his followers to attend learning classes, and he sent teachers of Quran to the outlying tribes and far away cities

The pursuit of knowledge is important in Islam. Prophet Muhammad encouraged his followers to attend learning classes, and he sent teachers of Quran to the outlying tribes and far away cities

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The verses of the Qur’an paid the living beings on the earth so special attention that many chapters of the Qur’an are named after them (e.g. Al-Baqarah (Cow), Al-An`am (Cattle), An-Nahl (Bees), An-Naml (Ants), Al-`Ankabut (Spider), Al-`Adiyat (Horses), Al-Fil (Elephant), Al-Insan (Man), Al-Tin (Fig), and An-Nas (Mankind)).

The verses of the Qur’an paid the living beings on the earth so special attention that many chapters of the Qur’an are named after them (e.g. Al-Baqarah (Cow), Al-An`am (Cattle), An-Nahl (Bees), An-Naml (Ants), Al-`Ankabut (Spider), Al-`Adiyat (Horses), Al-Fil (Elephant), Al-Insan (Man), Al-Tin (Fig), and An-Nas (Mankind)).

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The Qur’an therefore, stresses the truth that all men and women are equal. Piety alone makes one superior to others. Given this, one should refrain all the more from hurting and harming others.

The Qur’an therefore, stresses the truth that all men and women are equal. Piety alone makes one superior to others. Given this, one should refrain all the more from hurting and harming others.

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We observe that the prohibition of adultery is one of the Ten Commandments in the Torah. In the Bible, we read: “Thou shalt not commit adultery.” (Exodus 20:14)

We observe that the prohibition of adultery is one of the Ten Commandments in the Torah. In the Bible, we read: “Thou shalt not commit adultery.” (Exodus 20:14)

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And whoever desires other than Islam as religion - never will it be accepted from him, and he, in the Hereafter, will be among the losers. (Aal `Imran 3:85)

And whoever desires other than Islam as religion - never will it be accepted from him, and he, in the Hereafter, will be among the losers. (Aal `Imran 3:85)

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Allah Almighty protected him from the evils of the Arab way of life such as drinking alcohol, fornication, theft, murder, and so on. He worked as a shepherd with his family in his early years.

Allah Almighty protected him from the evils of the Arab way of life such as drinking alcohol, fornication, theft, murder, and so on. He worked as a shepherd with his family in his early years.

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Watch this lecture by Sheikh `Abdur-Rahim Green about the unity of message brought by Moses, Jesus, and Muhammad (peace be upon them all.)

Watch this lecture by Sheikh `Abdur-Rahim Green about the unity of message brought by Moses, Jesus, and Muhammad (peace be upon them all.)

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Though both Muslims and Christians agree on the Ascension of Jesus, Christians believe that Jesus was resurrected after Crucifixion and before Ascension, but Muslims believe that he was not crucified but raised to Heaven directly without Resurrection before Ascension.

Though both Muslims and Christians agree on the Ascension of Jesus, Christians believe that Jesus was resurrected after Crucifixion and before Ascension, but Muslims believe that he was not crucified but raised to Heaven directly without Resurrection before Ascension.

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To prove that Jesus was not divine, Allah argues that he and his mother were in the habit of eating. The Qu’ran implies that it is impossible that a god can eat.

To prove that Jesus was not divine, Allah argues that he and his mother were in the habit of eating. The Qu’ran implies that it is impossible that a god can eat.

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Muslims share with Christians reverence and esteem of Jesus, with a reservation that he was neither a god nor demigod.

Muslims share with Christians reverence and esteem of Jesus, with a reservation that he was neither a god nor demigod.

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Is the Bible God’s word? Which version of the Bible that we have to accept? Are there any contradictions in the Bible? Watch to find the answer.

Is the Bible God’s word? Which version of the Bible that we have to accept? Are there any contradictions in the Bible? Watch to find the answer. More »