Iyas Ibn Mu`awiyah was a famous Islamic scholar from the second generation of Muslims. When his mother died, Iyas Ibn Mu`awiyah cried. He was asked,

Iyas Ibn Mu`awiyah was a famous Islamic scholar from the second generation of Muslims. When his mother died, Iyas Ibn Mu`awiyah cried. He was asked, "Why do you cry?" He said, "I used to have two gates open to Paradise, now one of them is closed."

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Fathers are significant because they are commanded by Allah to work hard to address the physical, educational, psychological, and spiritual needs of a child.

Fathers are significant because they are commanded by Allah to work hard to address the physical, educational, psychological, and spiritual needs of a child.

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How does Islam lay the basis for regulating personal behaviour and social relations? How does Islam organize the life of people? How are Muslims commanded to treat others?

How does Islam lay the basis for regulating personal behaviour and social relations? How does Islam organize the life of people? How are Muslims commanded to treat others?

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The Qur’an therefore, stresses the truth that all men and women are equal. Piety alone makes one superior to others. Given this, one should refrain all the more from hurting and harming others.

The Qur’an therefore, stresses the truth that all men and women are equal. Piety alone makes one superior to others. Given this, one should refrain all the more from hurting and harming others.

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We observe that the prohibition of adultery is one of the Ten Commandments in the Torah. In the Bible, we read: “Thou shalt not commit adultery.” (Exodus 20:14)

We observe that the prohibition of adultery is one of the Ten Commandments in the Torah. In the Bible, we read: “Thou shalt not commit adultery.” (Exodus 20:14)

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And whoever desires other than Islam as religion - never will it be accepted from him, and he, in the Hereafter, will be among the losers. (Aal `Imran 3:85)

And whoever desires other than Islam as religion - never will it be accepted from him, and he, in the Hereafter, will be among the losers. (Aal `Imran 3:85)

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Waraqah was a pagan worshiping the idols at Mecca in the beginning of his life. He was one of four people who determined to forsake the idolatry of Quraysh and search for the right religion

Waraqah was a pagan worshiping the idols at Mecca in the beginning of his life. He was one of four people who determined to forsake the idolatry of Quraysh and search for the right religion

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In this episode of The Deen Show Dr. Brown explains some of the primary differences between the taproot of the message of Jesus and the Pauline Doctrine.

In this episode of The Deen Show Dr. Brown explains some of the primary differences between the taproot of the message of Jesus and the Pauline Doctrine.

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No wonder, Muslims do love Jesus. A person cannot be Muslim without believing in Jesus. Muslims believe that Jesus, like all other prophets and Messengers, was a Muslim.

No wonder, Muslims do love Jesus. A person cannot be Muslim without believing in Jesus. Muslims believe that Jesus, like all other prophets and Messengers, was a Muslim.

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To prove that Jesus was not divine, Allah argues that he and his mother were in the habit of eating. The Qu’ran implies that it is impossible that a god can eat.

To prove that Jesus was not divine, Allah argues that he and his mother were in the habit of eating. The Qu’ran implies that it is impossible that a god can eat.

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Muslims believe that some of the People of the Book, including Jews and Christians, will believe in Jesus as a prophet and messenger of Allah when he comes back to fight the False Messiah.

Muslims believe that some of the People of the Book, including Jews and Christians, will believe in Jesus as a prophet and messenger of Allah when he comes back to fight the False Messiah.

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Whereas, the Bible is a collection of writings by different authors, the Qur'an is a direct revelation from Allah. The speaker in the Qur'an is God Almighty while in the Bible, you have many men writing about God.

Whereas, the Bible is a collection of writings by different authors, the Qur'an is a direct revelation from Allah. The speaker in the Qur'an is God Almighty while in the Bible, you have many men writing about God. More »