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 In The Name Of God, the Most Gracious the Most Merciful

Wednesday, February 22, 2012


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Donate Your Old Car!  

Your donation will benefit Islamic Outreach Services, to continue and improve our collective mission of promoting justice, peace and harmony. IslamiCity's Outreach Services is working to provide Islamic education and an objective view of Islam around the world.

Car donations are turned into much-needed funds to:

  • Expand Dawa Call Center activities.

  • Support new Muslims with much needed educational resources.

  • Provide new Muslims with Quran learning tools.

  • Increase awareness by providing information, access to news and stories, and an interactive forum for Muslims and non-Muslims.

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Can Muslims be friends with Jews and Christians?   
O YOU who have attained to faith! Do not take the Jews and the Christians for your allies: they are but allies of one another and whoever of you allies himself with them becomes, verily, one of them; behold, God does not guide people who are unjust. (Quran 5:51)

This verse is often quoted to show that Islam is intolerant.

Quran is a complete book of guidance and while studying various issues it should be kept in mind that a particular issue may be discussed over several chapters or several verses in the same chapter. A complete understanding can only be achieved by understanding the whole issue as presented over all the verses and chapters and not by looking at only part of the Quran. God specifically warns us against doing just that, upholding part of the Quran while disregarding the rest.

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Common ground in Islam, Judaism & Christianity  

Judaism Christianity, and Islam, in contrast to Hinduism and Buddhism, are all monotheistic faiths that worship the God of Adam, Abraham, and Moses-creator, sustainer, and lord of the universe. They share a common belief in the oneness of God (monotheism), sacred history (history as the theater of God's activity and the encounter of God and humankind), prophets and divine revelation, angels, and Satan. All stress moral responsibility and accountability, Judgment Day, and eternal reward and punishment.

All three faiths emphasize their special covenant with God, for Judaism through Moses, Christianity through Jesus, and Islam through Muhammad. Christianity accepts God's covenant with and revelation to the Jews but traditionally has seen itself as superseding Judaism with the coming of Jesus. Thus Christianity speaks of its new covenant and New Testament. So, too, Islam and Muslims recognize Judaism and Christianity: their biblical prophets (among them Adam, Abraham, Moses, and Jesus) and their revelations (the Torah and the New Testament, or Message of Jesus). Muslim respect for all the biblical prophets is reflected in the custom of saying "Peace and blessings be upon him" after naming any of the prophets and in the common usage of the names Ibrahim (Abraham), Musa (Moses), Daoud (David), Sulayman (Solomon), and Issa (Jesus) for Muslims. In addition, Islam makes frequent reference to Jesus and to the Virgin Mary, who is cited more times in the Quran than in the New Testament.

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Buy the Set & Save. Quran 12:76 and Maasha Allah. 
Buy the Set & Save. The Kaba (Mecca) & The Prophets Mosque (Medina) at Sunset.
Buy the Set & Save. Surah 113 & 114. Two Powerful Duas from the Quran. 
Buy the Set & Save. Reproduction of Calligraphy 

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Hajj in 1948  
Special Hajj footage from 1948. A conversation with Martin Lings.

Martin Lings (1909 CE - 2005 CE) was an English Muslim writer and scholar. He is best known as the author of a very popular book, Muhammad: His Life Based on the Earliest Sources.


The Art of Imagination

 I am enough of an artist to draw freely upon my imagination. Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world.

Albert Einstein (1879 CE - 1955 CE)


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