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  • Islam: The Influence Of The Muslim Brotherhood

    "Allah is our objective. The Prophet is our leader. The Qur'an is our law. Jihad is our way. Dying in the way of Allah is our highest hope”- Motto of the Muslim Brotherhood. [1] The Muslim Brotherhood, or Ikhwaan as it is also referred to , is one of the oldest and most important religious organizations whose inception was 80 years ago. It is, as it’s name suggests, a representative of political, Sunni Islam, that began as a welfare group, but soon rose to power, becoming much more influential…

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  • Meaning Of Islam Research Paper

    Islam is considered a way of life. It is the guidance for all mankind from Allah., the Creator of the Universe. It also cover all the things people behave and does in their lifetime. Islam tells the people the purpose of the people creation , final destiny and place among the society. Islam creature. It shows the best way to conduct the people private and public affairs in terms of political, economic, social, spiritual activities. Islam is an Arab word meaning the submission and obedience. The…

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  • Women's Rights In The Quran Analysis

    In the video, Women's Rights in the Quran? Out of Context, the first question asks for clarification on the Quran regarding women in Islam because it doesn't translate into the way the faith is lived out. Muslim Feminists, such as Amina Wadud, would respond to this question by saying that Quran utopia has not yet been attained. Although modern Muslim societies have become more progressive in terms of women, there are still concepts, terms, and verses that require deeper reinterpretation and…

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  • Zanzibar Imams Essay

    The Imams are the leaders and educators of Islam in Zanzibar, a community in which 99% citizens prescribe to Muslim ideology. As the Imams, we are committed to teaching the lessons of the Qur’an, our sacred text which contains the words of God. As the Imams, it is our duty to use Islamic ideology and the messages from the Qur’an to promote ecological conservation in Zanzibar. Using the teachings of the Qur’an, the Imams are encouraging the people of Zanzibar to protect the environment as part of…

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  • Definition Of Sur Ah And Kafyah

    Definition of wahy To define the meaning of wahy or revelation in Islam, we will be dividing it into two semantic meaning which is “sur’ah” and “kafyah”. In Arabic word, “sur’ah” is promptness or quickness. Meanwhile, the meaning of “kafyah” is secrecy. Literally the meaning of wahy is giving a message secretly and quickly. In that case, only for those people who receive the revelation are fully aware of the messages and the way how it is revealed due to the fact that the authenticity of wahy…

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  • Importance Of The Opening Surah Of The Quran

    The opening Surah of the Quran is Surah Al Fatiha. And we commits our salah next Surah to the degree that the Salaah is not the correct for the one who does not read Surah Al Fatiha. Prophet Muhammad ( peace be upon him ) said: your salaah is not valid if you didn’t read Surah Fatiha in it. There is how important the Surah is. للهِ الرَّحْمنِ الرَّحِيمِ اللهِ بِسْمِ In the name of Allah, The Beneficent, The Merciful. The Holy phrase bism ill ah ir…

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  • Road To Mecca Analysis

    "The Road to Mecca", is a book written by Muhammad Asad. He is an Austrian Jewish who converted to Islam by the end of the 1920's. The Road to Mecca was not only a description for the author's trip to Mecca, but an intellectual, historical, political and novel book that describes the author's feeling of Islam and the Muslim World. Muhammad Asad was a journalist, traveler, philosopher, historian, diplomat, thinker, scholar and a great believer in the religion he decided to convert to. In this…

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  • Quran Vs Sharia

    Did you know that an Islamic woman once had to suffer ninety lashes and was sentenced to prison for associating in public with a man that she had no relations with (Harrison)? For years Islamic women have been oppressed by government laws and their status as human beings has almost been reduced to nothing. The Quran and the Sharia are at the soul of the Muslim faith, yet government changes done to the Sharia laws have oppressed Islamic women, altering their marital liberties, they way they dress…

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  • Muslim Women In Islam

    Women of Islam are taught to be very conservative. Some women are taught to be like this at a very young age and others take modesty in to consideration once they become older. To be completely modest, some Muslim women wear hijab and other full-body covering clothes. Hijab is a headscarf that covers the woman’s hair and neck. Muslim women wear hijab for several different reasons. However, not all women of Islam wear it because they may face discrimination and possible harm due to the practice…

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  • Muhammad And The Believers Chapter Summary

    Muhammad and the Believers presents us with a historical narrative of the early life of Islam and its formation. The five chapters inform the reader with the necessary exposition and background as well as subtle and reoccurring criticisms. While Donner makes it clear that not every story, reading, and text in the Quran is believable, they are in fact important as they give us insight and understanding. The book presents itself as a historical reading yet is familiar enough for the average reader…

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