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  1. Who Has Ever Been Inside A Church Or Syngage

    I've visited a synagogue, cathedral and monastery, and Orthodox church. It was nice experience to me, but I feel much much better when I'm in Masjid :sl: :sl:
  2. Were Ram And Krishna Messengers Of God?

    I wouldn't say he is fired up. He has not enough time to answer slowly :sl: since he gets a lot of questions. And Jesus is a name of God for some. And upon you Ron
  3. Christian Terrorist Attack

    And 99% of attacks was attributed to al Qaeda. It doesn't represent Muslims. Try to make distinction.
  4. Christian Terrorist Attack

    Islamic terrorism?? If it's Islamic terrorism then I can say genocide in Srebrenica was Christian genocide (not Serbian) on Muslims. As much as I know, every individual is responsible for its deeds.
  5. Noah's Ark

    The Qur'an doesn't say that the entire world was submerged in water unlike the Bible. According to Islam only certain parts of the world were submerged under water, one of them being the region of Noah and his people. Islam differentiates from Christianity on the account of the animals loaded in the ark. According to Islam only the animals in the care of Noah were taken in the ark.
  6. Strong Desire To Learn Arabic, But No Way To...

    Be patient and wait for a while. I'm sure your wife will enjoy teaching you, insha'Allah :sl:
  7. Exercise Is More Important Than Diet

    I thought it's 70% about what you eat, and 30% about exercises?
  8. What Is Your Blood Type ?

  9. The Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings be upon him, was in Taif, a lush town of green palm trees, fruits and vegetables, about 50 miles southeast of his arid hometown Makkah. He was hoping that perhaps the people of this town would be receptive to his message, which had been rejected by most of the Makkans for over a decade. But the people of Taif proved just as cruel and intolerant. Not only did they scorn his message of God's Oneness, they turned their youth against the Prophet. In the face of this misery, an angel was sent and presented him with an option: have the whole town be destroyed, by God's will, for such arrogance and hatefulness. He could have done it. He could have asked that this valley of cruel people be crushed. But he didn't. No, he told the Angel. Don't destroy the people of Taif. Instead he prayed for their salvation. That is just one example of how this man, who God describes as a "mercy to mankind" (Quran 21:107) dealt with those who opposed him. It's just one of many examples in the life of a person who faced constant death threats, attempts on his life, abuse and humiliation at the hands of those threatened by his simple but profound message: there is no god but God and Muhammad is His Messenger. Peace and blessings be upon him. But the people of Taif were not the only ones who tasted of this mercy. He would pray for his enemies all the time. Two of his bitterest enemies, Abu Jahl and Omar ibn al-Khattab were also the objects of his prayers. The Prophet made similar Duas (supplications) for his people on a regular basis: "O God! Guide my people, for they know not," he would pray, as he and his followers were tortured, humiliated, scorned and mocked. On another occasion, some Companions came to the Prophet and said: "O Messenger of God! The tribe of Daus have committed disbelief and disobeyed (your commands). Supplicate God against them!" Contrary to the people’s expectations, the Prophet said: "O Allah! Guide Daus and let them come to us." (Bukhari). These are just a few glimpses of how the Prophet dealt with those who opposed him. These were people who didn't just fight his message on an intellectual level. These were individuals bent on destroying him, his family, his followers and Islam itself.
  10. New Convert Questions

    ? And removing may be done if you really want :sl: But, whatever you want..your choice :sl:
  11. New Convert Questions

    You can solve your problem by removing your tattoo :sl:
  12. I would mention something: "By Him in Whose Hand is my life, if you were not to commit sin, Allah would sweep you out of existence and He would replace (you by) those people who would commit sin and seek forgiveness from Allah, and He would have pardoned them."(Muslim, vol. 4, Book 37, Hadith No. 6622 & 6621). Abu Hurayra (may Allah be pleased with him) told that: “We said to our Prophet: "O Messenger of Allah! When we see you, our hearts soften; we become to be like dwellers of hereafter. But when we leave you, world seems pleasant and desireful to us. We get closer to women and children." He (pbuh) replied: "If you could stay in the same situation as you were with me, angels would greet you and come to your houses to visit. If you were not to commit sin, Allah (swt) would create a people who would commit sin in order to forgive them."(Imam Ahmad, Tirmidhi) "A believer considers his sin as a mountain and feels frightened about it, but a hypocrite considers it as a fly that has perched on his nose and will fly away immediately." (Hadith, Bukhari) "Say: "O 'Ibâdî (My slaves) who have transgressed against themselves (by committing evil deeds and sins)! Despair not of the Mercy of Allâh, verily Allâh forgives all sins. Truly, He is Oft-Forgiving, Most Merciful." (Qur'an, 39:53)
  13. YES[using large font size is not allowed], and to me it means that only Allah may be worshiped
  14. Islam And The 21st Century

    I've found very good explanation here: (you are not allowed to post links yet)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_you are not allowed to post links yetanswering-christianity(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/earth_in_islam.htm"]you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_you are not allowed to post links yetanswering-christianity(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/earth_in_islam.htm[/url]