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    Hajj literally means ‘heading to a place’. In Islamic terminology, however, it refers to the annual obligatory pilgrimage that Muslims make to Mecca with the intention of performing certain religious rites in accordance with the method prescribed by Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) [1]. In essence, Hajj is man's evolution toward Allah. It is a social worship which creates a relation between God and His creatures and has different effects on the Islamic society. The performance of Hajj simultaneously…

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    Devotion, submission, and the recognition of an omnipotent being is the essence of Islam, and what Omar Ibn Said dedicated his life to, among many other Muslims (Module 14:Islam, Part 3) . The Qur’an means to read or recite, and this is essential to the praise of Allah and to gain knowledge of one’s duty as a Mohammedan (Module 12: Islam, Part 1). Although, Omar was a slave and did not have access to the Qur’an he had memorized many surah’s (Chapters) and could read and write in Arabic something…

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    Sturdiness Of Islam

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    The Sturdiness of its Pillars and Women in Islam When the name Muhammad is mentioned what comes to one’s mind? Do you automatically think of a terrorist or a Muslim? Or maybe you know someone who is named Muhammad, which wouldn’t be uncommon since it is the most common given name to the Muslim people. For most people the word prophet would not be your first thought, but for a lot of people that is exactly what they think of. I feel the Muslim community has a bad reputation not just because…

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    "Allah is our objective. The Prophet is our leader. The Qur'an is our law. Jihad is our way. Dying in the way of Allah is our highest hope”- Motto of the Muslim Brotherhood. [1] The Muslim Brotherhood, or Ikhwaan as it is also referred to , is one of the oldest and most important religious organizations whose inception was 80 years ago. It is, as it’s name suggests, a representative of political, Sunni Islam, that began as a welfare group, but soon rose to power, becoming much more influential…

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    In the year 610, the prophet, Muhammed, received a revelation from God. These revelations were written down in the Qur’an and soon became the religion of Islam. This religion had a great involvement of women. Islamic women held an extremely important role in Islamic society and its spread especially Muhammad’s wives and their roles shifted in Arab society due to newly found Qur’anic revelations causing their roles to become a fundamental one. During the creation of Islam, women played the…

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    Judaism Judaism is regarded as the mother of the two Abrahamic traditions that are Christianity and Islam. The traditional belief is centered on an all-powerful God. God is described as neither having a beginning or ending and being eternal in nature. There is the belief that ultimately God foreordains all activities in the universe. However, humans have been given special privileges in decision making. In Judaism there is immense respect for nature, which is evident in the biblical passage from…

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    Islamic Culture Essay

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    greatest of the prophets of the god, Allah. It was Muhammad 's teachings that would be the beginning of a religious movement that will later be known as Islam. Islam means “submission”, referring to the submission that the followers will have towards Allah. The members of this movement were known as Muslims. Once Muslims began developing into their own culture, they started setting strict rules and regulations into place that one must follow inorder to share the same belief system as the…

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    narrate a hadith while walking. Instead, when asked about a hadith, he would stop, sit down, and give the hadith the attention it deserved, out of respect for Prophet Muhammad ﷺ. This type of extra respect and meticulousness out of respect for Prophet Muhammad ﷺcertainly is not mandatory according to Islamic law, but simply a sign of the emphasis Imam Malik placed on the importance of Muhammad ﷺ. Among Imam Malik’s sayings are: 1. “The Sunnah is the ark of Nuh. Whoever boards it is saved, and…

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    being a friend with a non-Muslim. But now you are experiencing the consequence by incurring enemy and ruined relationship. We know that Islam means peace and to understand verses like that will only cause contradiction with Islam. You have just seen a living proof from your own experience that the verse you…

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    and set my own intention of the book, I knew that Jeffrey Lang is not typical reverts. The book answers my questions, argues my existing principals and promotes me into thinking deeper about experience of being a Muslim and how non Muslims perceive Islam. Thus, this reflection will talk about experience with the Holy Quran and Hadith, interaction with non Muslims, concept of ummah and Palestine. These points will be related to author’s explanations, descriptions, experiences and also my own…

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