الثلاثاء، 15 يوليو، 2014

Catégorie: Comment se convertir à l'islam et devenir musulman(e) - La religion de l'Islam

فليصل رحمه | رمضان مدرسة الأخلاق | إسلام ويب

Understanding Islam - The Religion of Islam

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Keeping the Heart Steadfast - Nouman Ali Khan - Quran Weekly

Global Dawah Day In Mauritius

Lessons From the Past - Nouman Ali Khan - Quran Weekly

TDR Network - Dawah Video Studio Fund by Zameer Farook - GoFundMe

Unity Through the Quran - Nouman Ali Khan - Quran Weekly

TDR Network - Help Us Build A New Dawah Video Studio

Common Errors in Ramadhaan - 15

‏‎Dr Zakir Naik‎‏ من قبل ‏‏‎Koki Noor‎‏‏.
Common Errors in Ramadhaan - 15
Many a times, Muslims insist that the womenfolk in their family, prepare a variety of dishes for Iftaar and for Suhoor, thus making them spend the majority of their time in the kitchen rather than performing other recommended acts of worship.

Dr Zakir Naik
Servant of Allah
 — مع ‏‎Abdelilah Boujemaoui‎‏ و ‏‏35‏ آخرين‏.

صورة: ‏‎Common Errors in Ramadhaan - 15
Many a times, Muslims insist that the womenfolk in their family, prepare a variety of dishes for Iftaar and for Suhoor, thus making them spend the majority of their time in the kitchen rather than performing other recommended acts of worship.

Dr Zakir Naik
Servant of Allah‎‏

What The Media Isn't Telling You

Islam is a religion which does not advocate the hatred of any race, or group of people, based on language, colour, or ethnic background. It is a religion which calls for justice, even for those who have transgressed against its followers.

The Qur’an praises certain groups of Jews who lived at various points in history, and criticises others; however, the criticism is to be understood in the context of those who held the specific beliefs, or carried out the specific actions mentioned, as well as those from later generations who were pleased with them.

This criticism is not unique to Islam, and is also present in the Old and New Testament. Modern tensions in the Middle-East have led many Muslims to profess a blind hatred of Jews, but this is something which is alien to the religion of Islam, and runs contradictory to Islamic principles.

{[However] They are not all alike. Among the People of the Book there is an upright community who recites the revelation of God during the night and fall prostrate before Him. They believe in God and the Last Day, enjoin what is right and forbid what is evil, and vie with one another in good works. They are of the righteous and whatever good they do, its reward will not be denied them. God knows those who fear [Him].} Quran (Al-Imran 3:113-15)

In conclusion, a person who thinks in the light of the verses of the Quran and fears God can in no way feel hostility towards Jews because of their religion or creed. The moral teachings of the Quran exclude all racism. For this reason, a Muslim who follows the Quran and Sunnah does not practice racism and does not despise people because they belong to a certain race. It is commanded in the Quran that, so long as they show no hostility to Islam or Muslims, a tolerant and friendly attitude must be maintained toward other religions. For this reason, a Muslim who follows the Quran and Sunnah should assume a compassionate and friendly manner towards people of different religions, and especially towards the People of the Book.


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