John Allen Muhammad

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  • Abu Bakr As-Sidiq Case Study

    the history, those who gifted with unique qualities of leadership will always capture the history timeline and imagination of the grassroots as a great leader. This paper will explain how Abu Bakr As-Siddiq has successfully succeeded the Prophet Muhammad SAW (Peace Be Upon Him (PBUH)) by being the first caliph to brought changes across the world through the light of Islam. All this achievement could not be realize without the qualities of leaderships that has been instilled inside him. 2.0 Aim…

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  • Gilgamesh As A Hero's Journey Essay

    Every iconic story is basically the same thing. Successful and well-known stories, books, and movies all follow the path that was first laid out by the Epic of Gilgamesh. Joseph Campbell wrote out this path of thirteen steps in which every hero follows on his quest. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone is no exception. Harry, the hero of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone follows the same steps that Gilgamesh, the hero of the Epic of Gilgamesh followed over 4,000 years ago. The first step…

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  • The Importance Of Islamic Work Ethics And Job Satisfaction

    2.4 Islamic Work Ethics and Job Satisfaction Islamic Work Ethics is defined as the “set of moral principles that distinguishes what is right from what is wrong in an Islamic context” (Beekun, 1997). Quran and the teachings of the Prophet Mohammad; who denoted hard work caused sins to be pardon is the foundation of Islamic Work Ethics” (Ali, 1995; RagabRizk, 2008). As the economies of Asian, Arab Muslim Countries flourished, the importance of Islamic Work Ethics become important. The Managers…

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  • Amophobia In Rohingya

    The peoples who live in Rakhine state in called Rohingya. Most of them Are muslims. They say they are descendants of Muslims. They speak inRohingya or Ruaingga. Almost 1.1 million Rohingya live in the Southeast Asian country. There language are very similar to the Bengali dialect of Chittagong in Bangladesh. In Myanmar they are treated like illegal immigrants,stateless people, denying them citizenship.Stringent restrictions have been placed on Rohingya people’s freedom of movement, access to…

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  • Why Would I Convert To Islam?

    Why I would convert to Islam Before I begin my paper, I would like to confess that my idea of Islam was based on stereotypes portrayed by the American media. I was fortunate enough to have gone to school and build friendships with Muslim Brothers from Yemen, Saudi Arabia and Pakistan. Through my relationships with them, I learned that they were not much different than myself. However, I was unable to take the time to talk to them about their religion. I also struggled to understand their…

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  • Islam: Tyrannyy, And The Ac Islam

    All religion mostly named after their founder or after community but not for islam. Islam is an Arabic word and connotes submission, surrender, and obedience. Everything in this world obey Allah’s rule. Even the moon, the space, the human organs and others. Every man was born as a muslim who obeys Allah but we are given the mind to think and we given the free will to choose. It is way a person exercise his freedom which divides mankind into two groups; believer and non believers. The man who…

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  • Islam Assignment

    and ideals behind this faith. I have pulled different aspects of the Islamic culture such as from the scripture of the Quran, the words of the prophet Muhammad in the Hadith, the Five Pillars of Islam, and the Islamic law to form a more…

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  • 5 Pillars Of Islam

    The Muslim religion consists of many practices and obligations for their people to live a responsible life while living for Allah. One of the major practices of Muslims is following The Five Pillars of Islam. Many Muslims believe that if you don’t put these practices into action, then life is practically pointless. The Five Pillars shows if Muslims put their faith or real life as their main priority. The Five Pillars of Islam plays a huge role in the religion and is essential to live a life…

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  • How Does Religion Affect Our Life

    Religion today makes people who they are, it is the basis for most cultures and a way of life to some. Religion has been giving people of all races and cultures a meaning to their lives, it gives people a purpose. Women throughout history have had to fight for equality and have always been treated different from men, women were not even allowed to vote until late 1920’s. These restrictions on women were in some ways due to religious beliefs that restrict women rights and activities. A prime…

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  • The Art Of Attending A Mosque

    In the mosque I attended, after prayer time, the Imam spoke about Prophet Mohammed’s journey during Miraj. Tina Sherwell explains Lailat al Miraj as “the night that Allah took Muhammad on a journey from Mecca to Jerusalem, where he ascended to heaven” (12). This story the Imam spoke about, which is also written in the Quran, reveals the mythic dimension of Islam through literature. Moreover, Ninian Smart explained that myths do…

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