Category: Articles On Islam

Know Islam, Know Paradise

At-Tauhid reading continued

Click here for previous session       The Prophet’s safeguarding of Tauhid and his closing of the paths to Shirk   Narrated from Abdullah bin Ash-Shikhkhir (May Allah be pleased with him) who said: I went with a delegation of Banu ‘Aamir to Allah’s Messenger (May the peace and blessing of Allah be upon him)…
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THE MUSLIM WOMAN AND THE NURSING PROFESSION.

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ASALATU WITHOUT AS-SOLAAH (Episode 1)

ASALATU WITHOUT AS-SOLAAH (Episode 1) BY SANNI KAY. YUSUF Not more than half a decade ago, we visited a sheikh to thrash out some worrying issues, including the weekly asalatu of his society which he pilots as missioner. Sincerely, the sheikh is versed, just like his colleagues schooled in one of the Saudi Arabian varsities.…
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January 11, 2018 0

Misgoded reading continued

Click here for previous session       Original Sin   He that falls into sin is a man; that grieves at it, is a saint; that boasteth of it, is a devil. —Thomas Fuller, The Holy State and the Profane State The concept of original sin is completely foreign to Judaism and Eastern Christianity, having achieved acceptance in only the Western Church. Furthermore, Christian and Islamic concepts of sin are virtual opposites with respect to certain nuances. For example, there is no concept of “sinning in the mind” in Islam; to a Muslim, an evil thought becomes a good deed when a person refuses to act upon it. Overcoming and dismissing the evil thoughts which forever assail our minds is considered deserving of reward rather than punishment. Islamically speaking, an evil thought only becomes sinful when fulfilled.…
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At-Tauhid reading continued

Click here for previous session       None asks Intercession of Allah before His creation It is narrated from Jubair bin Mut’im (May Allah be pleased with him) that He said: An A’rabi (a nomadic Arab) came to the (May the peace and blessing of Allah be upon him) and said, “O Messenger of…
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January 11, 2018 0

Cleric does not belong to Muslims but to the Church By Bashir Lucas Samson Lukman

Anyone conversant with the media should be well acquainted with the fact that the West is really trying to rob Muslims off anything good about Islam then define what they think is bad in Islam, give it their own Islamic title just to give a sense of Islamic association. No wonder that a non-Muslim will…
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January 11, 2018 0

HOW TO KNOW ALLAH

BismilLah rahman roheem We should know that our Lord who created and sustained us with his bounties is Allah, the lord of the worlds. Some tend to ask this question *Is Allah the Lord of the worlds?” The wise believers in Allah did not see, but they knew Him by clear evidences showing His Existence…
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January 10, 2018 0

Reporters covering Rohingya charged by Myanmar

A Myanmar court has charged two Reuters journalists, who were covering the crisis of Rohingya Muslims in northern Rakhine state, of allegedly violating a national secrecy law. Myanmar reporters Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo were formally indicted by prosecutors in Yangon on Wednesday for breaching the colonial-era Official Secrets Act, which could sentence them to a maximum…
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January 10, 2018 0

Religious Bigotry in the light of emerging Issues: Firdaus Amasa as a Case Study

Religious Bigotry in the light of emerging Issues: Firdaus Amasa as a Case Study. When would we resolve this issue of religion intolerance that has been rampant among human kind? It is as if hatred towards practicing Muslims is increasing every day. What have we done to deserve this oppression? When has it became a…
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January 9, 2018 0

Misgoded reading continued

Click here for previous session     Reviewing unprejudiced historical accounts, a large population of the religious throughout the known world voiced their opposition to Trinitarian Christianity, and those who denied Jesus Christ’s crucifixion and death were not necessarily a minority. Many would argue that from a gut level it makes more sense for God to have punished Judas for his treachery than to have tortured Jesus for his innocence. The argument would be more convincing if the doctrines of atonement and original sin could be shown to be invalid, for these two doctrines hinge off the doorframe of the alleged death of Jesus. The first hurdle for many people in considering such revolutionary notions is the age­old assertion that Jesus Christ was the “Lamb…
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