Bimillah Hir Rahman Nir Rahim
... blue or turquoise in colour, that some people hang up to ward off the evil eye, according to
their mistaken belief]
2 – Venerating some people or things in a way that does not go so far as ascribing lordship
to them, such as swearing by something other than Allaah, or saying, “Were it not for
Documents of the right word
... groups. Of these groups, only those who follow me and my As-hâb
shall escape Hell.” Fortunately, most of the seventy-two groups
who are to go to Hell are extinct today. Hundreds of millions of
Muslims on the earth now are only in the three remaining groups,
i.e. Sunnîs, Shi’îs, and Wahhâbîs. If thes ...
... among academics. As mentioned, there are however only limited papers and books
published in this area. These include Al-Moghaiwli (2001), Al-Habshi (2005), Sulaiman
(2003), Mursyidi (2003), Khan (2003), Islahi and Obaidullah (2004), Bahari and Hamat
(2004), Abdul Rahman (2002, 2007) and Abu Bakar (2 ...
Cash Waqf: An Innovative Instrument for Economic
... waqf contravenes the waqf tradition of immovable property and Islamic policy against the
collection of interest. Although Islamic scholars and practitioners do not deny religious
objections, they endorse the practice based on the practical and economic requirements.
Furthermore, the Ottoman courts s ...
Why a Fire-Worshipper Embraced Islam - Dawat-e
... tried our level best to convey the thought of the author in its true sense.
Terms of Islamic Jurisprudence have not been translated as a caution
because in most cases, an English word cannot be a full substitute for an
This translation has been accomplished by the grace of Almighty All ...
A Broader Definition Of Riba - Pakistan Institute of Development
... of this proverbial dilemma.2 Literally speaking, there are too many and too
detailed interpretations of riba to be covered in a single paper. However, for
pedagogical reasons, they can be lumped under three main headings; liberal,
mainstream and conservative views. Briefly, the liberal view entails ...
(Tasawwuf / Irfan) Are they same? Yes.
... On the other side, we see the effect of globalization and large scale migration of people to
different parts of the world and there is intermingling of culture and societies. The world peace is
equally threatened with invasion by western powers in Middle East, Afghanistan and ugly head
of terrorism ...
Tablighi Jamaat: Discourse and Challenges
... In sufi, mystical, schools of thought, there is an order but sometimes it is not. But, in Tablighi Jamaat,
meetings were pretty disciplined. Taking cue from the convent system, the Maulana did not impose strict
conditions and rules on participants to make it simple. The level of the syllabus for pre ...
syarikat takaful malaysia berhad - E
... This marine loans of ancient Greeks described by Demosthenes; "Money was ad
vanced on a ship or cargo, to be repaid with large interest if the voyage prospered, but
not repaid at all if the ship be lost, the rate of interest being made high enough to pay
not only for the use of capital, but for the ...
Article - I
... One of the Islamic practices or acts of worship that is being discussed in this paper is the
principle of paying Zakah. Paying zakah is an obligation for Muslim when possessing assets that cover a
specific amount according to Islamic rule (nisab) and reach the time period of a year (hol). Since zaka ...
Al Farabi`s Concept of Happiness: Eudaimonia, The Good and Jihad
... concept of the good, Aristotle's concept of eudaimonia (happiness) and the Islamic concept of
Jihad Al nafs (struggle of the soul). I will discuss each of these influences in detail.
Unlike Aristotle's developed concept of happiness, Plato's concept is more obscure. Plato's
concept of the Good is s ...
The Light of Islam Drita Islame - Albanian Australian Islamic Society
... his children were barred from attending school.
from where they lived.'
A frail man of 79 with a ready twinkle in his eye, he gave my
`It was hard beyond your imagination,' he says. Initially they tried
companion and me a warm welcome in his modest office in the to beat him into submission. For some ...
The Root of Terrorism - Mukto-mona
... advocates violence, the least of all, ‘Terrorism’ using Islam; Osama bin Ladin and his
Jihadists who have hijacked Islam are not true Muslims, the suicide bombers do not
represent the true teachings of Islam…..and so on and so forth.
In this detailed article, by exposing the ‘true’ nature of what Is ...
16 Zakah Level I lessons 1-2
... For money it is easy, if we choose to do so. The nisab value is the same as that of
gold or silver. So many people ask: “How can I calculate what I had over one
year, as I had different amounts at different times?”
Choose a time of the year to pay your Zakah, such as Ramadaan as it is easy to
Sirah and Hadith - IQRA Book Center
... 5A.i: General invitation to Islam made by Rasulullah (s)
5A.ii: The message of Islam
5A.iii: Reaction of many in Makkah to the invitation
5B.i: Persecution of Muslims in Makkah
5B.ii: Rasulullah’s allows some of the Muslims to migrate to Ethiopia
5B.iii: The helpful King Najashi
5B.iv: Critical thin ...
MUSLIMS` GENITALIA IN THE HANDS OF THE CLERGY
... The majority of the mutilated women in the world are Muslim. They belong to some 28
African, Arab, and Muslim countries. Among those countries practicing it under the religious
pretext we should mention here Egypt, Sudan, Somalia, and Eritrea. But we have other Arab
and Muslim countries that do not ...
Saviours Of Islamic Spirit volume 03
... book which could have been procured again.
Several years after this incident, perhaps in 1945 or
1946, I again thought of rearranging the different topics touched
upon in these letters and presenting them with an exposition
that may catch the interest of modern educated youth and ac
quaint him with ...
Poverty Alleviation Projects of Zakat Distribution
... between the harmoniously intergrated parts of the unity which is justice (p. 72).
The acquisition of Fard’Ain must be given priority compared to Fard Kifayah (Al-Qardhawi,
1996). According to Syed Muhammad Naquib (1993) the division of knowledge into two
categories is to do justice to knowledge. He ...
... certain category, he was told to adopt whatever title he liked. He chose
to be Ansar. He participated in all the battles except the Badar.
The holy Prophet (peace be upon him) was impressed with keen
intelligence, decision-making in critical situation, and capacity to keep
secrets possessed by Huzai ...
Muhammad and His Quran: Blood and Lies at the - Islam
... them to remain content with whatever Allah gave them in this world. They consider
inviolable its commands not to strive for anything beyond their bare needs. They highly
value Quranic teachings, which regard the world and all its contents as ephemeral. They
believe that eternal life with the promise ...
... respect of each partner's contribution to the joint capital or to the share of profits and losses is
regarded as making this partnership invalid8.
In Maliki doctrine, the mufawadah is transformed into an entirely different institution. It connotes a
general mandate partnership, i. e. an arrangement ...
The Dangers Isis And Its Progeny Pose To Regional And
... On 4 July 2014, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, newly proclaimed “Caliph Ibrahim” and leader
of the so-called “Islamic State” (formerly known as ISIS1 or ISIL2), delivered a sermon at the
Grand Mosque in Mosul, Iraq. In his sermon, al-Baghdadi claimed the mantle of caliph—Allah’s
vicegerent on Earth—and calle ...
General Rules of Jurisprudence Lesson 2
... or the religion, then the TAQIYAH becomes
obligation, the severity which is intolerable, based
of the evidences which prevents a person from
putting him self in perdition (HALAAK).
• When a command from a religious authority is
issued to avoid TAQIYAH, or it practicing TAQIYAH
may lead to blood shed ...
Reorienting Sufism: Hamka and Islamic Mysticism in the
... Mohammad Djamil Djambek, Sheikh Abdullah Ahmad, and Sheikh Thaib Umar, all of
whom spent many years studying in Mecca, Abdul Karim Amrullah formed a
formidable anti-Sufi faction that invited strong reactions from Sumatra’s traditionalist
Muslim leaders.2 As one of the leaders of the Muhammadiyah ref ...
Islamic Teachings in Brief
... the logic of reason, this is due to the fact that the Qur'an has accepted the
rule of logic.
"Thus, it is due to mercy from Allah that you deal with them gently,
and had you been rough, hard-hearted, they would certainly have dispersed from around you; pardon them therefore and ask pardon for them, ...
Islam and violence
Islam's doctrines and texts have in some cases been interpreted as advocating violence. This article deals with the juxtaposition in Islamic law and theology of violence and non-violence by groups and individuals. Islam teaches that fighting is the correct reaction to defend oneself or one's nation. Mainstream Islamic law stipulates detailed regulations for the use of violence, including the use of violence within the family or household, the use of corporal or capital punishment, as well as how and when to wage war.Research continues on the Quran, but the beliefs of Muslims around the world and further related data is also emerging. For instance, the majority of Muslim political leaders and organizations have flatly condemned the attacks of September 11, included the leaders of Egypt (Hosni Mubarak), the Palestinian Authority (Yasser Arafat), Libya (Muammar Gaddafi), Syria (Bashar al-Assad), Iran (Mohamed Khatami) and Pakistan (Pervez Musharraf) among others. Early Gallup Poll data suggested that 6.5% of Muslims worldwide thought the 9/11 attacks were mostly justified, while 55.4% thought the attacks were not justified at all. More recently, the Pew Research Center's 2013 poll showed that the majority of Muslims in most Muslim countries oppose terrorism.