الخميس، 2 فبراير، 2017

Biblical Inaccuracy and John 3:16 (part 1 of 5) - The Religion of Islam

Biblische Unkorrektheit und Johannes 3:16 (teil 2 von 5) - Die Religion des Islam

Les inexactitudes de la Bible et Jean 3:16 (partie 3 de 5) - La religion de l'Islam

Inexactitud bíblica y Juan 3:16 (parte 4 de 5) - La religión del Islam

Biblical Inaccuracy and John 3:16 (part 5 of 5) - The Religion of Islam

Dangers of the Khawarij ideology of violence

Transcendency of Allah in Islam

It is acceptable to pray wearing shoes? - islamqa.info

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Seytanin Insani Azdirmaq Ucun Isletdiyi Yollar - Azərbaycanlı

Islam and Evolution (part 3 of 3) - The Religion of Islam

Ислам и Эволюция (часть 2 из 3) - Религия Ислам

Islam and Evolution (part 1 of 3) - The Religion of Islam

The Miraculous Quran and the Islamic Revolution - The Religion of Islam

meet his Lord,

Mohsin Hasan Mumtazمتابعة
This Sheikh from Ghouta, Syria built his own grave and reads Qu'ran within it so he couldn't wait to meet his Lord, Allaahu Akbar!
May Allaah have mercy upon the Sheikh and grant him Jannah. Aameen

Allah Akbar

No excuses

Mohsin Hasan Mumtazمتابعة
These youth prayed outside in the car parking area in snow as the school didn't give them a room for prayer, Allaahu Akbar. No excuses! #Respect
May Allaah accept and reward them with Jannah. Aameen

Qur'an 2:274

‏‏‎Dr. Bilal Philips‎‏ مع ‏‎Khadizah Diimynd‎‏ و‏‏7‏ آخرين‏‏.
"Those who spend their wealth (in Allah's cause) by night and day, in secret and in public. they shall have their reward with their Lord. On them shall be no fear, nor shall they grieve.
Qur'an 2:274

Khalifah

Invite to God
One day Khalifah Ali(radiAllahu 'Anhu) was carefully recording all the money that came into the treasury and all that was spent from it, by the light of a candle.
At that time, Talha(radiAllahu 'Anhu) and Jubair(radiAllahu 'Anhu) came to him for personal reasons.
When they sat down, Ali(radiAllahu 'Anhu) lit another candle and put out the first candle.
The guest exchanged a glance of surprise and then one of them asked;
“O’ Ali! We have come on some important business. But why did you put out the first candle and lit another one?”
“That was a candle bought with Treasury funds. As long as I worked for treasury, I used it. Now you have come for some personal work, so I use the candle bought from my personal fund.” Replied the Khalifah
Moral: One should not use office money, funds, equipment and facilities for personal and private use. Its an amanat (trust)

L’indulgence - Français - Mohamed Ibn Ibrahim Al-Hamad

quran


دار الاسلام
وَاعْتَصِمُوا بِحَبْلِ اللَّهِ جَمِيعًا وَلا تَفَرَّقُوا

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Science & Faith

‏‏‎Science & Faith‎‏ و‏‎Nerimana Krajnic Smajic‎‏‏.
Science & Faith "One who treads a path in search of KNOWLEDGE has his path to Heaven made easy by God."

THE ANIMAL KINGDOM: Statements Concerning Birds.


Science & Faithربما تحتوي الصورة على: ‏‏‏طائر‏ و‏نص‏‏‏
THE ANIMAL KINGDOM: Statements Concerning Birds.
When specialists on the nervous system wish to provide striking examples of the prodigious organization directing animal behavior, possibly the animals referred to most frequently are bees, spiders and birds (especially migratory birds). Whatever the case, there is no doubt that these three groups constitute a model of highly evolved organization.
The fact that the text of the Qur'an refers to this exemplary trio in the animal kingdom is in absolute keeping with the exceptionally interesting character that each of these animals has from a scientific point of view.
BIRDS:
Birds are frequently mentioned in the Qur'an. They appear in episodes in the life of Abraham, Joseph, David, Solomon and Jesus. These references do not however have any bearing on the subject in hand.
The verse concerning the existence of animal communities on the ground and bird communities in the sky has been noted above:
--sura 6 verse 38:
"There is no animal on the earth, no bird which flies on wings, that (does not belong to) communities like you. We have not neglected anything in the Book (of Decrees) . Then to their Lord they will be gathered."
Two other verses highlight the birds' strict submission to God's Power.
--sura 16, verse 79:
"Do they not look at the birds subjected in the atmosphere of the sky? None can hold them up (in His Power) except God."
--sura 67, verse 19:
"Have they not looked at the birds above them spreading their wings out and folding them? None can hold them up (in his Power) except the Beneficent." The translation of one single word in each of these verses is a very delicate matter. The translation given here expresses the idea that God holds the birds up in His Power. The Arabic verb in question is amsaka, whose original meaning is 'to put one's hand on, seize, hold, hold someone back'.
An illuminating comparison can be made between these verses, which stress the extremely close dependence of the birds' behavior on divine order, to modern data showing the degree of perfection attained by certain species of bird with regard to the programming of their movements. It is only the existence of a migratory program in the genetic code of birds that can account for the extremely long and complicated journeys which very young birds, without any prior experience and without any guide, are able to accomplish. This is in addition to their ability to return to their departure point on a prescribed date. Professor Hamburger in his book, Power and Fragility, gives as an example the well-known case of the 'mutton-bird' that lives in the Pacific, with its journey of over 16,500 miles in the shape of the figure 8. It must be acknowledged that the highly complicated instructions for a journey of this kind simply have to be contained in the bird's nervous cells. They are most definitely programmed, but who is the programmer?

The Sound of the Adhan Changed Something Inside Me

ربما تحتوي الصورة على: ‏‏شخص أو أكثر‏‏
ISLAM and Science
The Sound of the Adhan Changed Something Inside Me
A Greek Girl Reverts to Islam:
My name is Janna. I’m Greek.
I was born in Germany and I grew up in a very strict traditional Greek Orthodox family.
...
We grew up almost as other Muslim families with other children. Our families wanted to guarantee that we will be brought up in a Christian way, in the Orthodox way.
We always went on our vacations all together and we never split up for vacations. So family vacations for all were always very nice and specially our very first vacation in the UAE about 13 years ago. I was like 12-13 years old and the first week we stayed in the country we did a tour all over the UAE, and it was on a Friday when we were on the way to al-Souq (the market). Suddenly the adhan (call to prayer) came for the prayer time and everything stopped. People stopped their cars, took their prayer rugs and just went out to pray on the streets.
The sound of the adhan was something that changed something inside me, and subhanallah I don’t know what it was but it never left me the same, it changed something and it stayed. I wanted to know what it means, what it actually says.
I was a person that never wanted to hear the subject of death at all. I used to leave a conversation when it comes to death and I never attended funerals. My uncle died in front of my eyes taking his last breath and that was the thing that changed a lot inside me. I just started feeling that this life isn’t exactly what I thought it is. We’re investing too much time and energy on things that could be gone in a second. After the death of my uncle I faced a time where I used to wake up three times in the night going to check if my father is breathing and my mom is still breathing.
I had a constant fear of death because you think that this is the end. That made me strongly start researching again about Islam. I researched before about other religions as well but I could not find any truth in there or any truth that would convince me.
When I started reading about Islam, I found all the answers that I couldn’t find in my own religion. The fact is that I got really convinced when I read the biography of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). It reminded me so much of what we used to know and read about Jesus (peace be upon him). So I started reading and reading, and this person seemed to be a noble person with such amazing characteristics and a personality that I think I’ve never had something similar like that before.
After reading the biography, I was convinced that I have to delete everything I knew about Islam and just start reading from zero onwards and get my own research and get my own facts about this religion because obviously everything I knew before was wrong.
It didn’t take a long time to find out that Islam was the truth and that there can’t be any other religion in the world than this. Although I got convinced about Islam, I was scared to say the shahadah. I was like “yea, it’s the right thing” and I took this logic and this way of life inside of me, but I won’t ever be able to accept Islam because I knew my parents and my family will never accept it, and that if they ever get to know something like that my life would change dramatically.So I met a girl in Germany. She’s from Egypt. Her name is Noha. She helped me a lot because I met her right when I started praying to really find the truth and get more courage on what I’m doing. We got to know each other. We talked about Islam. She started explaining everything to me and all the questions that I had because I was convinced I knew the truth, I knew my religion is wrong and I couldn’t live like that.
After meeting Noha, I think one or one and half months later, I took the shahadah (testimony of faith) in Germany in the students dorm. It was supposed to be just me and her, but somehow Muslim students got to know that someone is going to convert to Islam. So I had about 20 people in the room afterwards, so alhamdulellah I had many witnesses.
Alhamdulellah, (Praise be to Allah), alhamdulellah I took my shahadah and I’ll never forget that day and I’ll never forget my first prayer.

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el sagrado Corán,2:2


علاء الدين خطاطبه
(ذَٰلِكَ الْكِتَابُ لَا رَيْبَ ۛ فِيهِ ۛ هُدًى لِلْمُتَّقِينَ)
[سورة البقرة 22]
Este es el Libro del cual no hay duda, es guía para los que son conscientes de Dios y e temen devocionalmente,