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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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    Islam has emphasized on several principles that organize relationships among contributors of the society. one of the most vital principles is social justice with all crucial values that it is like peace, love, brotherhood, and prosperity. Justice in Islam is not most effective practiced on Muslims.as a substitute, it's far practiced on each human being regardless to his/her ideals or religion. Social justice means giving each person what he/she merits, the distribution of economic blessings…

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    Islam is monotheistic its god is named Allah (the all-powerful being who created the universe and everything in it.). Unlike Christianity, Islam makes no claim to whom the founder of the religion is. During the years 570-632 B.C.E lived a man named Muhammad. Just like Abraham, Moses, and other figures of the Old Testament Muhammad was a prophet. According the the Qur’an because earlier prophets had corrupted his revelations, Allah sent his complete revelation through Muhammad (The Essential…

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    Islam and Christianity are more similar than they are dissimilar In a climate of fear and distrust between Muslims and Christians and in particular between Americans and Middle Eastern Muslims, I believe that it is critical to keep an open mind, stay objective and not allow fear and those who promote hate for the sake of hate, dictate how we think and feel about one another. Islam and Christianity are more alike than they are dissimilar. In the last few years and especially since 2001, there has…

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    Islam buoys up its followers to breathe this worldly life in the finest manner and is against self-denial. Islam covers the whole life of a believer. It gives complete direction to a devotee regarding the connection with his Creator. All the divine directions with which life can be carried out smoothly are delivered by Islam. The Holy Quran revealed on the last Prophet ﷺ absolutely give details how to live as indicated by the teachings of Islam. Regardless of whether you follow up on the lessons…

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    reports of Islamic radicals attacking and killing groups of people for some reason or another. Countless reports of extremists who carry out their massacres in the name of God make it difficult for some to see and to understand how Christianity and Islam share many of the same values. God gives Moses the ten commandments in Exodus 20:3-17, making clear the values of Christianity. Likewise, the Quran includes a version of the ten commandments in sura Al-An 'am 6:151 and also in Al-Isra…

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    Islam, the world’s fastest growing religion, is both a cultural influence and historical power throughout the globe. The important aspects of the religion consist of the main beliefs of the tradition, primary practices, and how this tradition has endured and adapted through the years. The central teachings of Islam revolve around the shahadah, or profession of faith. The shahadah states that there is only one God and Muhammad is his prophet. The book of Islam is the Qur’an, which is divided…

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    The religion of Islam is a universal way of life and civilization. The Arabic word 'Islam ' simply means 'submission ', and is derived from a word meaning 'peace '. (30 Facts About Islam) The primary belief of Islam is believing Allah is the one true God. Another strong belief is that Allah has spoken the word though the prophet Muhammad even though there were many Muslims before Muhammad. Gabriel came to visited Muhammad and told him write down he said, now those writing are the Quran…

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    What Is The Rise Of Islam

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    Like Christianity and Judaism, Islam was born in the Middle East. The word Islam was derived from the root s-l-m, which means primarily “peace” but in a secondary “sense surrender” (Smith 222). Its full connotation is the peace that comes when one’s life is surrendered to God. The rise of Islam began with the Prophet Muhammad, who was born in the city of Mecca in about 570. His early life was cradled in tragedy; his father died before he was born, and his mother when he was six. Thereafter he…

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    Islamic Feminism In Islam

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    from Qur’an and hadith which defines the rights and justice for women and men. Islamic feminism is highly criticised and it is also acknowledged by a lot of people. Due to misinterpretation there is a lot of misunderstanding about what Islam says about women. Islam does show disrespect to women, but they are rather given a higher praise. For one instance according to a hadith “paradise lies at the mother’s feet” (SUNNAH.COM, n.d.). That would be one…

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