John Allen Muhammad

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  • Importance Of Fatwa In Islamic Law

    word ‘fatwa’ derives from the root word afta, which means ‘clarification’ and ‘explanation’. It is the explanation and interpretation of Islamic law for any question or problem. Fatwa can be called as the Islamic ruling or verdict. It has a significant place in Islamic law. It is treated as an instrument, which helps in the growth of Islamic laws and their reasoning. It is a practice by the followers of Islam which is based on some principals, procedures, certain schemes and discipline and all…

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  • Importance And Importance Of Waqf

    Waqf in Arabic, is hold confinement or prohibition. In North and West Africa Waqf is called awqaf. The word Waqf is used in the Islamic law in the meaning of holding certain property and preserving it for the cantoned benefit of certain philanth and prohibiting any use or disposition of it outside it is specific objective. Whose benefit and usufruct can be extracted without consuming the property itself, Therefore, Waqf itself relates to land and building, there are awqaf of…

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  • A Compare And Contrast Essay On Spirituality And Religion

    Spirituality and religion are two related and yet different words linked with faith. First of all it is important to define the meaning of Spirituality and Religion. Spirituality means believing more about oneself and the existence of different spiritual paths such as material or physical things and Religion is the belief in and worship of a superhuman controlling power, especially a personal God or gods. There are many religions in the world, so often people have different meanings of religion…

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  • Religion: The Haj Pilgrimage

    Hajj Pilgrimage Description: The religion of Islam is Global, discursive and rich and monolithic in its origin. The religion of Islam is diverse and the cultural practices varieties from place to place. The Islam culture is mainly based on “Quran” and “Sunnah” and is also derived from human experiences and learning. The most remarkable notion of the Islamic culture is that they staunchly believe in the existence of truth and the dematerialization of falsehood. They perform scads of festivals,…

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  • Rise Of The Islamic Empire

    apart in the year 610, after the principal disclosure to the prophet Muhammad at 40 years old. Muhammad and his devotees spread the lessons of Islam all through the Arabian promontory. Islam began to spread throughout the Middle East in the early seventh century, the dominant states in the region were the Eastern Roman Empire in the eastern Mediterranean and the Sassanian Empire in…

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  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of Lahore Resolution

    From 22 to 24th March 1940, Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah called for All India Muslim League’s 27th annual session in Minto Park (now called Iqbal Park), Lahore. Lahore resolution was presented on 23rd March in order to protect religious, political and social rights of the Muslims. Nawab of Mamdot presented the welcome address followed by the speech of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah. According to a rough estimate around 100,000 attended the public meeting. The resolution was endorsed by…

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  • Symbols Of Turban In Sikhism

    Turban is and has been an inseparable part of a Sikh's life. Since Guru Nanak Dev Ji, the founder of Sikhism, all Sikhs have been wearing Turban. The Sikh Rehat Maryada (Sikh Code of Conduct) specifically says that all Sikhs must wear a Turban. According to the Rehatnama of Bhai Chaupa Singh Ji, who was a contemporary of Guru Gobind Singh Ji, the five Kakars of Sikhism were: Kachh special underwear), Karha (a steel bracelet), Kirpan (small sword), Kangha (comb) and Keski (a small Turban) (Singh,…

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  • Importance Of Zakat

    In Islamic perspective, Zakat is necessary on specific individuals upon specific wealth or holdings. This obligation is called by Qur’anic order, the Sunnah and Ijma’ or general opinion. The Prophet (P.B.U.H) considered Zakat to be among the pillars of Islamic faith. In fact it is second only to prayer. It is an obligatory for an individual of Muslim who are able to do so to ease economic hardship for other Muslims to eliminate inequality among other Muslims. There are many virtues associated…

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  • Personal Essay On Yoga

    (Ar-Rahman, the most merciful; Noor, the light;As-Salam;the peace). Another way to completely surrender yourself to Allah is by wholeheartedly believing and saying “la ilaha illallah muhammadur rasulullah” which means There is no other god than allah and Muhammad is his messenger. My complete faith in allah and his higher power has allowed me to find purpose and serenity in a cruel world. It has also taught to to not second guess any of the Quran’s teaching because it comes from the highest of…

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  • Analysis Of Mariama Ba's Scarlet Song

    Mariama Ba is a Senegalese author and feminist. She was born in Dakar, and was raised a Muslim. She perceived the inequalities between the sexes resulting from African traditions and addressed those issues in her works. Raised by her traditional grandparents, she had to struggle even to gain education, because they did not believe that girls should be educated. Ba died a year before the publication of her second novel, Scarlet Song. Scarlet Song has gained international attention because; this…

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