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By on August 17,2008

The Inclusiveness of Islam (part 3 of 3): A Guidance Complete and Sufficient Forever


imageThus, first, in reality, human nature actually does not change over time.  Laws or guidance covering moral and ethical behavior shall always remain the same, because what is damaging to the soul at one time will always be damaging to ... [full story]





By on August 17,2008

The Inclusiveness of Islam (part 2 of 3): A Religion for All Humanity


imageObedience to Prophet Muhammad a Must for AllBefore discussing how the laws of Islam are universal, it is important to briefly discuss the issue of those who are following earlier confirmed prophets of God.  These people may argue that the ... [full story]





By on August 17,2008

The Inclusiveness of Islam (part 1 of 3): The Finality of Prophethood


imageWhat is meant here by “the inclusiveness of Islam” is that fact that Islam is for all times and places.  Regardless of who a person may be or where he may be, Islam should be his religion and his way ... [full story]





By on August 17,2008

The World of the Jinn (part 2 of 2)


imageOccult Activities of the JinnThrough their powers of flying and invisibility, the Jinn are the chief component in occult activities.  Voodoo, Black magic, Poltergeists, Witchcraft and Mediums can all be explained through the world of the Jinn.  Likewise, so can ... [full story]





By on August 17,2008

The World of the Jinn (part 1 of 2)


imageThroughout history man has always had a deep attraction for the supernatural and the unseen.  The existence of a world parallel to our own has always fascinated people.  This world is commonly referred to as the spirit world, and almost ... [full story]





By on August 17,2008

Prophethood in Islam (part 2 of 2): A Belief in All Prophets without Distinction


imageOne might well ask:How many prophets has God sent to humanity?  We are only sure of what is clearly mentioned in the Quran, that God has sent a messenger to every nation.  That is because it is one of God’s ... [full story]





By on August 17,2008

Prophethood in Islam (part 1 of 2): The Nature of Prophethood


imageProphethood is not unknown to heavenly revealed religions, such as Judaism and Christianity.  In Islam, however, it has a special status and significance.According to Islam, God created man for a noble purpose: to worship Him and lead a virtuous life ... [full story]





By on August 17,2008

The Basis of Islam


imageThe basis of the religion of Islam is the attestation to two phrases:(i)   None is rightfully worshipped except God (La ilaaha ‘ill-Allah), and(ii)  Muhammad is the Messenger of God (Muhammad-ur-Rasool-ullah).This phrase is known as the shahaadah, or testimony of faith.  ... [full story]





By on August 17,2008

Belief in Divine Decree


imageThe sixth and last article of Islamic faith is belief in divine decree which means that everything good or bad, all moments of happiness or sorrow, pleasure or pain, come from God. First, God’s foreknowledge is infallible.  God is not ... [full story]





By on August 17,2008

Belief in Life after Death


imageEveryone is scared of dying and rightly so.  The uncertainty of what lies beyond is frightening. It may be that of all religions, Islam, provides the most graphic details of what comes after death and lies beyond.  Islam views death ... [full story]





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