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    Muhammad more?” by Signe Wilkinson that was published on 08/01/2015 speaks so much truth about Islam in this day and age. As a Muslim I greatly appreciate that the artist did not put a picture of the prophet because it is forbidden to do so and there is a reason behind it. In Islam, there is always a reason why something is “Haram” in this case pictures of the prophet is forbidden because the prophet feared that people would worship his image rather than God. The translation of the Arabic…

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    Have you ever wondered about Arabia’s most common religion and its biggest prophet? Arabia’s most common religion is Islam. Muslims are people who follow Islamic faith. Islam is a monotheistic religion. Monotheism is the belief in one God. Allah is the Islamic God. Muslims have to follow the five pillars of Islam. The five pillars of Islam are Shahadah, Salat, Zakat, Sawm, and Hajj. Shahadah is the profession of faith that expresses Islamic beliefs. Salat are the daily prayers and Muslims are…

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    Islam escorts most peoples lives from the start of life as a physically separate being to the end of a life of a person. It impacts daily activities in many different ways. For instants Afghans reveals their devotion through their dedication to protect their land and their people from any harm or danger. The war between Soviets and Afghan was a great war which made the Afghani people more powerful. This allowed Islam to spread. The most important thing for…

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    sacred scripture, Qur’an. According to Mckay, Hill, Buckler, and Ebrey (2000), Islam means “submission to God.” Mckay et al (2000) stated that Muslim means “a person who submits.” Therefore,…

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    stared to spread. Those three being Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. All three had a chosen person to help spread the word. In Islam there were many prophets but one stood out, Prophet Muhammad. Prophet Muhammad stood out because he was the final prophet in Islam and the Quran came out after he had passed. Islam was created by the Prophet Muhammad through the revelations he received from Allah. Firstly, to start off about the prophet was born in Mecca. Throughout his lifetime he was faced…

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    In the passage, “Islam-Its Origins and Practice” by Richard Wormser, the author begins to introduce to us what is Islam. Wormser started from the very beginning by speaking about how Islam was brought down to Prophet Muhammad, the last prophet in Islam. He explains how angel Gabriel was sent down to the Prophet, and revealed the first words of the Quran to him. From there he was told he was a messenger of God and began to preach Islam to his tribe of Quraysh. The idea that was sent across was,…

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    One such revelation was that Muhammad, and his followers, were given permission to fight and shed blood in order to spread Islam. Muhammad became very well recognized in Medina. When the leaders found themselves in the midst of a terrible civil war Muhammad, being so well known for his wisdom, was asked to mediate the situation. Medina was the first Muslim community that Muhammad established. With Muhammad’s power growing in Medina the Meccans felt threatened. There were many small…

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    follower. The Islam religion is one of the largest religions in the world, which mainly makes up the population in Iran and Afghanistan. According to religionfacts.com Islam has over one billion followers. This religion is made up of two types, Sunni Islam and Shi’a Islam. The majority of Muslims live in the middle east, including Iran and Afghanistan. Muslims refer to God as Allah, which is Arabic for the God. There are many Prophets in every religion, Muhammad is a main Prophet in the…

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    A LEADERSHIP STUDY OF ABU BAKR AS-SIDDIQ “If you will not aid him (the Prophet), Allah certainly aided him when those who disbelieved expelled him; he (the Prophet) had no more than him, him being the second of the two (i.e. Abu Bakr), when they were both in the cave, when he (the Prophet) said to his companion (Abu Bakr): ‘Grieve not, surely Allah is with us.’ Then Allah caused His Sakinah (serenity, peace, tranquility, etc.) to descend upon him (Abu Bakr)” Quran, 9:40 1.0…

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    Ibn Hisham Influence

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    not precise considering the time period it was written in. After the death of the prophet Muhammad, historian like Ibn Hisham focused his writing on stories about the prophet’s life that specifically focused on his victories, which conveys the power of Islam and its influence in many places especially Mecca and Medina. In this primary text, Ibn Hisham depicts yet another victory by Muhammad and his army. The prophet unsuccessfully left Mecca to Medina with only…

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