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    very teachings of Islam. Its also quite silly to compare the wrapper on a piece of sweet to something so significant. Every woman is beautiful, precious and valuable weather “Hijabi”, or “Non-Hijabi”. The idea that the covering makes a woman more preferable is unreasonable and quite smug if you ask me. For example, A woman with the Hijab on could be less religious than one without a Hijab. (Who knows? Who are we to judge?) This analogy also hints that the hijab is worn for men. The hijab is beyond any mans preference!. I mean, Hijab isn’t for MEN. I have not chosen to cover my head for MEN. I have chosen to cover myself for the sake of Allah SWT and Allah SWT only. When Muslim women are asked why they wear the Hijab the simple answer should be "because god asked me to". I believe that the Hijab is about Tawakkul - تَوَكُّل‎ ; submitting to Allah SWT and trusting his way. Wearing…

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    Surah 2 Verse 30-34

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    Surah 2 verse 30-34 is piece of religious text from the youngest of three major religions, Islam. The text that this piece comes from is the holy book of Islam, The Qur’an. A surah is identified as a chapter in the Qur’an, and they are ordered by largest to smallest in length. At the beginning of each surah, there is a line that reads “IN THE NAME OF ALLAH, THE MOST GRACIOUS, THE DISPENSER OF GRACE” to emphasize Allah is the all empowering. Along with the most gracious and the dispenser of…

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    Quran Research Paper

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    QURAN IS A MIRACLE Quran is the Holy Book which was revealed by Allah through the prophet (P.B.U.H), Allah supported the Holy Prophet (P.B.U.H) with many miracles and also He supported His last revealed book, THE HOLY QURAN with many miracles that prove that Quran is the literal word of Allah. It was revealed by Him and it was not authored by any human being. This Book deals with everything, doctrine, law and many more other things but its basic theme is the relationship between Allah and…

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    around the world since in the time of primitive or civilize. However, the only religion that Allah except is Islam that was being delivered by our Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). In Surah Az-Zariyat Allah said that the sole purpose of our creation, the end of our lives, is to worship Allah and serve Him alone. This establishes beyond doubt that we must be fully aware of the meaning of “ibadah”. Otherwise, we will not be able to fulfil the purpose for which we have been created. 1.2…

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    Mu’tazilites deviated with regard to the attributes of Allah and mention the correct Aqeeda thereof. INTRODUCTION Tawheed has 3 categories among which is ‘tawheed al Asma was Sifat’ or the names and attributes of Allah (swt). They were given to mankind by Allah's mercy, through Prophet Muhammad ﷺ and should be attributed to Allah(swt) the way it was originally revealed without rejecting or adding any new attributes neither comparing them to humans. On the other hand though all muslims accepted…

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    Worldview Of Islam Essay

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    Christianity, has a monotheistic worldview, teaching that there is one God in the universe; Muslims believe that this God is Allah. By its belief and its practice, the Islamic faith has produced a group of people who submit and surrender themselves absolutely to Allah. Following the guidelines of the Six articles of Faith and the Five Pillars, a Muslims is able to live their life in complete devotion to Allah. Islam is a monotheistic religion, the belief in one God who is omnipotent, eternal,…

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    whose connections with an individual are due to blood ties and are therefore imperishable in the eyes of the Divine. In this sense, prayer is seen as the unseverable bond between the individual and his or her Lord. Commenting on this, another renowned Qur’ānic exegete, Al-Qurtubī said: The word šalāt derives from the word šilat, one of the names of fire as when it is said, “The wood is burned by fire.” Al-Qurtubī attributed six different meanings to the word šalāt in his commentary of the Holy…

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    Islamic Art Essay

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    “Art is man’s nature; and nature is god’s art” ( Bailey 357). Art is created in all cultures, but specifically in Islamic art the nature of Allah is explained through patterns, themes, etc. This is one approach that the Islamic people took in order to explain, understand, and worship their god. Islamic art does not simply serve the purpose of being decorative, but it is also used for worship by exhibiting honor for Allah, their god. Islamic art is not only for the benefit of Islam, it also…

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    performing certain religious rites in accordance with the method prescribed by Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) [1]. In essence, Hajj is man's evolution toward Allah. It is a social worship which creates a relation between God and His creatures and has different effects on the Islamic society. The performance of Hajj simultaneously signifies many things; it is a show of history, the Islamic doctrine and that of the Islamic unity and brotherhood [2]. Hajj reinforces the religion, i.e. it makes millions…

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    In memory of the Father Allah aka, Clarence 13X Smith; all praise due to Allah the beneficent the merciful and to the culture of the Gods and Earths Nation, the Suns of almighty God Allah and his 5%. The FOA represents-Fruit of Allah, which significantly means “Fighting in the name of Allah,” and the FOA has been since the beginning of time, especially through his Sons, Prophets and Messengers. However, never has it been so intense the struggle and battle for his people, than the fight for…

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