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Egypt: The tide of change is flowing through Nile

January 31, 2011 Leave a comment
Timeline: Egypt unrest
A chronicle of the demonstrations against the country’s leadership.

http://english.aljazeera.net/news/middleeast/2011/01/201112515334871490.html

Categories: Politics Tags: ,

Fwd: Viewer discretion is advised

January 17, 2011 Leave a comment

 

[Interesting research by Stansberry Firm. Worth watching, especially for those living in the US]

http://www.stansberryresearch.com/pro/1011PSIENDVD/LPSIM144/PR

 

Dear Reader,

 

There is a rather disturbing video making its way around the Internet.

 

And although you might find some of the material in this video offensive, I think it is actually a very important piece of work.

 

In short, if you value your life, liberty, and rights as an American, I strongly encourage you to have a quick look (see below).

 

In short, it’s about a day that will likely shock the entire nation in 2011.

 

I don’t want to say any more here, except that I strongly encourage you to check it out.

 

Sincerely,

Brian Hunt

Editor in Chief, Stansberry Research

 

Islam 101

January 16, 2011 Leave a comment
Islamic Theology
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Islamic Faith
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Islam is the way of life for those who believe in God and want to live a life in worship and obedience to none but God. The reward is forgiveness from God and an everlasting life in the Heaven.

Belief in one God, Allah in Arabic, constitutes the very foundation of Islam. There is no deity except Allah. He is indivisible and absolutely transcendent. God is the Almighty, the Creator and the Sustainer of the universe, Who is similar to nothing and nothing is comparable to Him. Worship and obedience belongs to Allah and Allah alone. Joining other gods with God is an unforgivable sin. Any one who joins other gods with God has strayed far, far away from the Truth.

Prophet Muhammad was born in Makkah, a city in the present-day Saudi Arabia in 570 C.E.  He is a direct descendant of Prophet Ishmael, the first son of Prophet Abraham. Peace and blessings of God be on all His prophets. Muhammad received divine revelations (The Holy Quran) over a period of 23 years in the seventh century of the Christian Era. Muslims believe that he is the last Messenger sent by God for the guidance of mankind until the Day of Judgment. He is the model for humanity of all walks of life to follow until the Last Hour. God sent him as a mercy for the worlds.

The primary sources of knowledge are the Holy Quran and the Sunnah of the Prophet Muhammad. Anyone wanting to live a life in worship and obedience to God should follow these teachings.

quran.jpg (2742 bytes) The Holy Quran (also written as Koran) is the Divine Book revealed to Muhammad (peace be on him). The Holy Quran confirms what was revealed to earlier messengers of God and serves as the Criterion of right and wrong. The Quran is the only divine Book extant in its original text and is therefore the only source of Guidance from God for all mankind.

The Sunnah of the Prophet Muhammad  refers to his sayings and actions, his approvals and disapprovals. The Sunnah is collected in books separate from the Holy Quran and are known as Hadith books. While the Holy Quran is 100% word of God revealed to the Prophet, not every Hadith is authentic. Early Muslim scholars have classified hadith into various categories ranging from different levels of authenticity to false hadith.

SOURCE: http://www.islam101.com

 

Categories: Dawah Tags: , ,

TAQWA: The Fear of ALLAH

January 15, 2011 Leave a comment

TAQWA: The Fear of ALLAH.

Categories: Akhira Oriented, Tawheed Tags:

The challenge to muslim minds – IIUM Malaysia. Adam Deen

January 11, 2011 Leave a comment
Categories: Dawah

Our Future as Muslims in the West – Br. Nouman Ali Khan

January 10, 2011 Leave a comment

Break the Shackles of Culture & Tradition – Dr. Bilal Philips

January 5, 2011 Leave a comment

“Break the shackles of custom and tradition, break the shackles of desire to please ourselves and to please others. Free our minds, so that we can become true Muslims.”

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