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Living In Non-Muslim Society

Living In Non-Muslim Society

I apologise for the delay in responding. I have been travelling recently and busy with preparing a lecture where I went. I returned on Tuesday of last week and had other commitments to catch up on first .

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Islamic History

Islamic History

Islam is unique in that it is the only religion that established a civilisation according to its own principles and temperament. Islam is unique also in recognising that religions other than itself exist, that their adherents claim they are true, and that these religions somehow have to coexist.

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Ibrahim, `alayhi al-salam:

Ibrahim, `alayhi al-salam:

This man, whom God Himself has praised in the Qur’an as His ¬khalil, is the exemplar of perfected determination to know God, to be fully in His presence. This determination is expressed in what we may call, figuratively, the opening of various curtains:

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How to compete for power and why

How to compete for power and why

The principal reason for the waste of the effort of the Muslims, whether they are fighting or not fighting, is that they do not have a clear and comprehensive plan. For example if we know that the Americans are harming Muslims or Islam, we may think that the right thing to do is to fight them, to bomb them.

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Fir’awn in the Qur’an

Fir’awn in the Qur’an

Supplication(s) in the Quran By Shaykh Mohammad Akram Nadwi, Oxford The Qur|~n is a raˆmah for mankind because it is the guidance for them that can, if they will (and their will is not compelled), inform them about how to believe in their Lord, how to...

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Da`wah

Da`wah

1) God says He does not love that men say what they do not do (al-Saff). This means two things. (a) Be careful of the language you use. Don’t be like those poets who say things that sound very impressive but are impossible to do, i.e. don’t speak for effect; speak simply and from the heart.

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Charity in Islam

Charity in Islam

The principle and practice of charity is recognised in every religious tradition — to my knowledge, without exception. It is related to the virtues of kindness (also expressed in courtesy and civility) and generosity (also expressed as hospitality to visitors and benevolence with strangers, travellers, etc.)

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Apostasy among Muslims in the UK

Apostasy among Muslims in the UK

Many Muslims and others repeatedly claim that Islam is the fastest growing religion in the world. If there is truth in this claim, it may have more to do with relatively higher birth-rates among Muslim communities than higher rates of conversion to Islam.

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Supplication(s) in the Quran

Supplication(s) in the Quran

In the Quran supplication is a special form of human speaking addressed to God. We say human speaking because the Quran tells us that we humans do not understand the speech of other creatures who also address God.

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