Prophets of Islam

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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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    Religion

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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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    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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    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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    Talib And Islam

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    Muhammad translated by A. Guillaume” by Ibn Ishaq. This reading again centers on Muhammad and his life as a prophet and the happenings that occur. It begins with a description of the prophet’s mission and the month of Ramadan. It goes on to explain prayer and the story of Gabriel showing the prophet how to purify himself before prayer and he relayed this process to others who accepted Islam. Praying throughout the day includes a morning, a noon, an evening, a sunset, and a night prayer. Ali B.…

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    Written by Syed Hossein Nasr in January 1965, this book of ‘Ideals and Realities of Islam’ comprises of six main chapters. In general, the gist of this book is to clear things up regarding Islam. During the particular time the book is wrote, many of the Westerners came out with critiques and their own point of view regarding Islam without deeply understanding the religion which then somehow affected the young Muslims to lose their spiritual balance and feel estranged from their own tradition.…

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    Muhammad Role Model

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    The life of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) is full of countless examples that show his status as a role model for Muslim societies and individuals. His life is one that was dominated by a superior morality, good habits, noble and gentle feelings and superior skills, all of which are characteristics that help prevent people from getting entangled in a web of sin. To believe totally in a subject is to place ones faith in that belief. Some might say that because I am of the Muslim faith, I…

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    Respect Of Islam

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    Do you know what Islam teach Muslims? Islam is a religion and legislation regulates people life from all sides of life. Also Islam is a religion of peace love and equality. Islam teaches people how to deal with every thing in there life. Two of the important things that Islam teaches people are respect and spread peace. The state of being honored regarded or all around respected. This is the most normally comprehended meaning of respect. Truth be told, the thesaurus goes on the depict regard as…

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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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