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Britian to Influence Islam – No

Should Britain ban the burka? I bet there will be more important things to be banned in Britain where the government seem to care less. Since the religion Islam is the famous for the terrorism threats etc, such excuses are used in banning and manipulating Muslims and their lifestyle, without …

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How being Modest is not a Disgrace

In this society we accept and easily live with women wearing short skirts, shorts, tight pants, low cut tops, half cut tops, barely any top, and the list goes on. Because of that modesty can take on a different interpretation. Since a woman wearing longer shorts and a T-shirt can …

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Islam why do i Wear my Hijab in School

In Islam, wearing a ” Hijab ” ( a veil ) is a must for all women, starting at the age of nine. It is mandatory according to the Islamic rules extracted from the Qur’an and Prophetic Narrations. Of course, it is not a must at all times and places. …

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Why Quran Forbids Usury or Riba

Usury, or “riba,” literally signify an excess or addition. In theological terms, it means an addition over and above the principal amount that has been loaned. Dealing with riba is a practice that is considered a major sin in Islam. Many verses in the Quran condemn usury in transactions and …

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The Special Qualities of Islam

1. Islam is the only religion that believes that Jesus, too, was a prophet of God. No other world religion, except of course, Christianity itself believes this. This is unique because no other religious book believes in another’s religion’s prophet. 2. Islam is not a religion’ i.e. it is not …

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What to Pack when going for Hajj

Hajj is one of the most profound experiences in the life of a Muslim. It is the name given to the annual pilgrimage made to the House of Allah or Ka’aba, located in Mecca, Saudi Arabia. Hajj is obligatory for all able-bodied Muslims who can afford to make the journey, …

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Are Islamic Punishments just or Harsh – Harsh

There is one word to describe Islamic punishments: Barbaric. Yes, this is a harsh term but it seems more than appropriate given how they handle legal punishments. The whole nature of Islamic legal punishment is barbaric. Last year, insane Sudanese Muslims were calling for the death of a woman who …

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Concept of Repentance from Sins in Islam

Allah the Glorified and Exalted created humanity to worship him (Surat Adh-Dhariyat: 56). The primary objective of man’s life on earth is to surrender himself to the will of Allah and seek the pleasure of Allah. To attain this objective it is inevitable to adhere to the principles prescribed by …

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