John Allen Muhammad

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  • Discrepancies Of Abraham's Journey To Mecca

    The author argues that the discrepancies of Abraham's story of journey to Mecca are not isolated to within the Abrahamic religions but rather; even within the realms of Islam do discrepancies about Abraham’s journey to Mecca appear. The author hypothesizes that the major reason for the discrepancies between Christians, Jews and Muslims in how the story of Abraham was narrated was because of the infiltration of indigenous practices that were common at the time, which bled into the way the story…

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  • Politics Of The Veil Analysis

    Maryam Yaso The Actual Problem In 2004, the banning of all conspicuous religious signs became an official law in France. The law applied to all types of religions in France, but it targeted mostly Muslims. In particular, Muslim women were targeted for the use of headscarves, which is a piece of fine material worn by Muslim women to cover up their hair; the veil is a cloth that covers the whole body except the eyes. The law was made to ban all types of religious signs, but in reality, it was…

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  • Muslim Advancement Essay

    Imagine a world without toothbrushes. Bad breath and less teeth everywhere. It would be like this if Muslims hadn’t invented it. Muslims made many important advancements but the most important were in mathematics, medicine and astronomy. The world, especially Europe and America, would be so much different without these advancements. Some may believe that coffee is a better Muslim invention because it is one of the most popular global products. However, The advancements in mathematics were more…

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  • The Five Pillars Of ISLAMIC Adherent Essay

    Explain the significance of THE HAJJ for ISLAMIC adherents It is one of the five pillars of Islam, Muslims have to complete the Hajj at least once to fulfill the prophecy that was set for them in the Qur’an. Demonstrate how THE HAJJ expresses the beliefs of ISLAM The Muslims need to complete the Hajj because it is in the Qur’an to complete the Hajj, and is one of the five pillars of Islam, which Muslims are required to follow because it is in their faith and traditions to fully submit to the…

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  • Discrimination Against Police Males Essay

    In today’s society discrimination and mistreatment is very common. I would like to prove that minorities are mistreated and so are those with certain titles. Society has always treated those with certain titles, religion or disabilities differently. It has now gotten to the point where it has considerably affected their lives. Muslims are often discriminated and are feared. Policemen often suffer from police brutality and racial abuse accusations. Students with disabilities are often maltreated…

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  • Jesus 9/11 Research Paper

    all the law. Devils love the destruction of relations between a man and his wife. SATAN EMBOLDENS MANKIND TO KILL. Muhammad was a liar, butcher of mankind, thief, adulterer, that would torture, curse and live a very wicked life. (15) In the words of Al Ghazoli, Where was that prophet from Jesus Christ who said "Love your enemies and bless them that curse you"? Muhammad bin Abd Allah, the…

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  • Sikhism: Change In Religion

    Sikhism is internally diverse within the religion. Everyone is equal in the eyes of Sikhism. Women and men are the same in the community and when presented to God they are one body one mind, we are equal. Sikhism has evolved and changed when Sikhs became oppressed and the sixth Guru, Guru Hargobind, started to form a military within the community. Sikhs live and practice and peaceful life even during strong Political powers take over like Moghal Emperor, Aurangzeb, who tried to force everyone…

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  • How Did Mansa Musa Come To Mecca?

    Mecca is a very important place for the Muslim society, and all true Muslims end up visiting Mecca on a hajj, or pilgrimage. Mansa Musa brought tens of thousands of people onto his hajj with him, but it was all for good reason. Mansa Musa, the ridiculously rich, greedy, and noble king of Mali, took years to cross from Niani, the capital of the empire of Mali, to Mecca, a city in Saudi Arabia said to be the birth of the Islam religion, but Mansa Musa made sure his hajj was not just for religious…

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  • Oppression In Khaled Hosseini's The Kite Runner

    Khaled Hosseini’s novel, The Kite Runner, is an exquisite story that explores and shines light upon a plethora of concepts and issues. His diction and tone of writing allow the reader to not only gain a substantial understanding about the era and setting of the story but also feel the burdens of oppression along with betrayal and the joys of loyalty and friendship. Khaled Hosseini manages to effortlessly give his reader a glimpse of how the lifestyles of Afghani women play into marriage while…

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  • Stereotypes Against Racism

    In the society today there has been many terrorism acts, but majority has been racists towards American Muslims. Muslims in the united states in todays society are facing major problems, problems such as murders and political slanders against them. murders that involve a 16 year old Somali and the police, and political slander that involves politicians hatred against Muslims. In Source one, for example, "Ms. Yousafzai warned that anti-Muslimism speech would only incite more terrorism."…

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