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    In his time at Aba Island, Ahmad developed his views into an ideological system on an organizational, theoretical, and propaganda level. When he started off in 1868, Ahmad was a scholar, religious intellectual, and preacher. According to Fergus Nicoll, his thinking at this time was a combination of theological intellectual, a set of abstract Islamic ideals he believed in, and a mixture of ideas and influences from various sources which he had found favorable. In the early years of running the Mosque at Aba, Ahmad largely focused on converting people from the surrounding area, building his following, and training them in religious and spiritual instruction. Over the decade he would build a large following, and gained a popularity that would draw people over a wide area of Sudan. His teaching helped him to mentally organize the…

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    Muhammad and the Jews The eleven studies collected from various sources aim to provide a representative overview of each literature, drawing close attention to the difficulties Muhammad encountered in Medina by the three prominent Jewish tribes of the time: Banu Qaynuqa, Banu Nadir and Banu Qurayza as Muhammad strived for acceptance. Through exploring the main theme of theology as well as political leadership offers an understanding of different aspects of the relationship between Muhammad and…

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    The writer views the charismatic leadership of HAZRAT MUHAMMAD (P.B.U.H) in different dimensions. Before the birth of HAZRAT MUHAMMAD (P.B.U.H) there was no such person who influences the heart land of Islam (Makah, Medina, Hejaz or Western Arabian Peninsula) directly or indirectly. Also at that time people of that area need a person who belong to their tribe and influence them. At that time The Prophet HAZRAT MUHAMMAD (P.B.U.H) was born in Makah in 570 A.D. HAZRAT MUHAMMAD (P.B.U.H) received…

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    Essay On Sharia

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    Additionally, the Shias derive the authority of Sharia from their own leaders; the leaders make the laws. Conversely, the Sunnis take their laws and the authority of Sharia from the Quran. The Shias place all of their trust in their leaders, going so far as to attribute divine powers to them and to declare that only the leaders know some of the hidden aspects of Sharia. The Sunnis, however, say that Muhammad did not conceal any information from his followers (“Sunni vs. Shia”). This major rift,…

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    The Ideal Prophet Analysis

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    This book name is Muhammad: The Ideal Prophet A Historical, Practical, Perfect Model for Humanity from a work by a scholar of Maulana Sayyid Sulaiman Nadwi. This volume is a compilation of lectures given by the author in 1925 at Madras, India. In these lectures the author vividly presents the life of the Prophet as an abiding historical model - not a utopian ideal - for all humanity. This book is a must for every student of religion. And English translation by Mohiuddin Ahmad from Malaysia.…

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    Life Along The Silk Road

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    Trade Significance As major trade routes advanced throughout history, it helped with the development of societies with the transference of materials, religious beliefs, new inventions, languages, and art across the land. However, an important result from trade routes is the expansion and transfer of religion along with it. Some of the religions benefitting from travel and passing along knowledge and stories were Buddhism, Christianity, and Islamic faith. During the time of the Silk Road,…

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    MUHAMMAD ‘ABDUH’S CONTRIBUTIONS TO MODERNITY This article “MUHAMMAD ‘ABDUH’S CONTRIBUTIONS TO MODERNITY” was written by Ahmad N. Amir, Abdi O. Shuriye and Ahmad F. Ismail summarizes ‘Abduh's modernity views that brought many changes and reforms to al-Azhar and Egyptian society and many of his views transcendent to the Arab world. I will review the important points mentioned in regards to his reforms and overall evaluate the paper. According to the authors ‘Abduh wanted to bridge the gap…

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    Why Did Islam Spread so Fast? In 610 A.D Muhammad got a message from the Angel Gabriel inside a cave a cave in the Arabian Peninsula and about 2 years later Muhammad spread the message that Gabriel told him. But why did Muslim spread so fast? Other people might think otherwise, but the main two reasons that contributed to Islam growing is Military conquest and treaties taxes, and toleration. To begin with, the treaties, taxes, and toleration were one of the reasons Islam spread so fast. With…

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    The Pros And Cons Of Islam And Islam

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    com/wp-dyn/content/article/2006/03/08/AR2006030802221.html http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/10183981- BIBLIOGRAPHY Abbot, Freeland. (1968) Islam and Pakistan. Ithaca: Cornell University Press. Ahmad, Mirza Bashiruddin Mahmud. (1980). Invitation to Ahmadiyyat, London: Routledge & Kegan Paul. Khan, Sir Muhammad Zafrullah (1989). Islam: Its Meaning for Modern Man. New York & Evanston: Harper & Row. The Holy Quran (Arabic Text with the English Translation by the late Sir Muhammad Zafrullah Khan:…

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    The importance of Paying One’s Liability It is narrated by Abu Musa Ashari that the Prophet said: “After the major sins which must be avoided, the greatest sin is that someone dies in a state of debt and leaves behind no asset to pay it off.” [Darimi] Job Responsibility of Employee: Islamic View Narrated Abu Musa Al-Ashari: The Prophet said, “The honest treasurer who gives willingly what he is ordered to give, is one of the two charitable persons, (the second being the owner).” [Mishka’at]…

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