Prophets of Islam

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  • Challenges Of Prophet Islam

    blessing to Prophet Muhammad as a Messenger of Allah, a compassionate, saviour and guider to right path. He is an icon for human race to emulate. Ever since the advent of Islam to this world, Islam faced many challenges from its foes, that is, the disbelievers. The disbelievers want to extinguish Islam and its foundation from this world. However, Allah will always protect Islam as a religion of Allah (al-deen) on this earth. As before in the olden days, currently Islam is facing various challenges from secularism, other religions, atheism, modernism, liberalism, pluralism, deviationists etc. The non-Muslims…

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  • The Prophet Muhammad's Influence On Islam

    Islam is a religion that has spread to over 1.5 billion people since the death of Muhammad in 632 C.E. Since his death, there have been countless people that have left their mark on the lives of many Muslims across the world and helped transform Islam into the dominant faith that it is today. Specifically, those who were the closest to Muhammad are seen as having some of the deepest impacts on the Islamic faith other than Muhammad himself. Ali Talib, is not only the cousin of the Prophet…

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  • The Similarities And Differences Between The Prophets Of Christianity And Islam

    seriously. Even people who are not religious at all, by nature consider it to be important. Two of the most important religions are Christianity and Islam. There are similarities and difference when it comes to the Prophet Muhammad (570 AD - 632 AD ) and Jesus (7 BC - 29 AD) the prophets of the religious. Both of these two powerful religious leaders had strong views on the world around them. The Prophet Muhammad and Jesus had similarities and differences their viewpoints continue to cause…

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  • Why The Rise Of Islam After The Death Of Prophet Muhammad?

    largely connected to Prophet Muhammad who played a vital role in Islamic religion. Many authors have been obliged to write about historic civilization about Islamic religion. The basis of many writings is to trace the reasons as to why there was a sudden rise of Islam after the death of Prophet Muhammad. However, there has been a lot of debate especially in the media as to why the religion is highly associated with terror activities. In the contrary, Islam is a religion of peace and the name…

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  • The Black Stone In Islam

    are many varying traditions and legends associated with the stone regarding the act of touching or kissing the stone. According to a story the Black Stone was stated to be a very precious jewel that was found by Hazrat Adam (A.S) and placed into the Ka’abah where he performed the first pilgrimage. And thus marked the starting of the performance of the ritual of pilgrimage by the Muslims in regard to what the prophets did. The significance of the stone can be realized from the time when the stone…

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  • The Significance Of Prem Bhakti And Love For The Beloved

    Love for the Beloved. As the fire of love for the Beloved rages fiercely and relentlessly, crushing his ego and consuming his Reason, he dons the ornament of humility and worships the Lord, not to show others, but solely and purely out of love. The Holy Prophet Muhammad (S.A.A.S.) was the ‘abd wa rasulullah’, meaning, ‘slave and Prophet of Allah.’ Essentially, the word ‘abd (slave, servant) and bhakt carry the same connotation and so do bhakti and ‘ibāda (worship). Generally, the word…

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  • Analysis: The Night Journey Of Muhammad

    The night journey of Muhammad presented by Ibn Ishaq is the strongest support of the Muslim belief that Muhammad was a prophet of God. Affirming this belief by way of stories and friends of Muhammad, whom Ishaq identifies as transmitters in hadif, is the detailed descriptions of Jerusalem, the empty jar of water in the caravan, and the figures of Jesus, Moses, and other prophets. According to Ibn Ishaq’s sources, Muhammad described numerous prophets, such as Moses, being “a ruddy faced man,…

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  • Sodom And Gomorrah Analysis

    shoulders and keep trudging on. Meaning: The character has somehow lost some important time, and is feeling remorseful and discouraged. He sees that he can either stay in his current state of regret, or stay focused on his goal and keep moving. Fire from Heaven Summary: The nation of Israel is ruled by an evil king who worships the idol Baal. God wants to win back the people of Israel so he sends a prophet named Elijah to challenge the king and all of his prophets who worship Baal. Elijah…

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  • Prem Bhakti Analysis

    love for the Beloved rages fiercely and relentlessly, crushing his ego and consuming his Reason, he dons the ornament of humility and worships the Lord, not to show others, but solely and purely out of love. The life of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAAS) aptly illustrates the above notion, for the Prophet (SAAS) was the abd wa rasulullah, meaning, slave and Prophet of Allah. Essentially, the word ‘abd (slave, servant) and bhakt carry the same connotation, as do bhakti and ‘ibāda (worship).…

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  • The Characteristics Of Prophet Muhammad

    Prophet Muhammad (S) was the best of the messengers because his message is still being installed centuries after his deaths. Prophet Muhammad spread Islam peacefully; he showed the non-Muslims the characteristics of a believer, he was patient with the converts and was responsible. A profusion of people thinks that Prophet Muhammad (S) spread Islam violently because he was racist, and commanding his followers to do a bunch of stuff. Faith is interlinked with with the individual’s conviction.…

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