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Humor in Muslim Heritage?

Humor in Muslim Heritage?

The Prophet was happy to receive the lovely gift of food and he and his family ate it. The seller of the food then came to Nuayman to collect the money and Nuayman said to him:"Go to the Messenger...
Last Updated on Thursday, 29 January 2015 09:06

Islam: What's in a Name? (Part 2)

Islam: What's in a Name? (Part 2)
Islam is a universal meaning not bound to any group of people. Prophet Muhammad was a believer and submitter to God just as his brother-prophets, including the Messiah Jesus, and those who followed hi
Last Updated on Wednesday, 28 January 2015 11:46

Important Lessons from Prophet Noah

Important Lessons from Prophet Noah
What should callers to Islam expect and be prepared for? What should they do in this modern world? How should they respond to tests they face on their journey? What can we learn from Prophet Noah?
Last Updated on Wednesday, 28 January 2015 09:02

Freedom of Expression and Beyond

Freedom of Expression and Beyond
My freedom ends where another’s rights begin. Nobody can claim a freedom that violates the respect and dignity of others. You have freedom to criticize, oppose and challenge the beliefs and practice
Last Updated on Tuesday, 27 January 2015 07:14

Islam is Not Just Rituals: Love is at its Core

Islam is Not Just Rituals: Love is at its Core
How is love in an Islamic style compared to love in a western style? When one loves the Creator above all else, and reaches the level of Ihsan, all other surface love melt into this eternal love...
Last Updated on Monday, 26 January 2015 09:02

Islam: What's in a Name?

Islam: What's in a Name?
The goal is not to "make the world submit", as some misunderstand, but to invite each soul to its own willful surrender to the Creator alone, not to any human force or worldly desire.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 28 January 2015 11:50

Jumping the Fence for the Sake of Allah!

Jumping the Fence for the Sake of Allah!
Raised as a Muslim in Australia, my parents instilled in us the rights of neighbors. But I was sure being a good Muslim didn't include doing a sprint to hurdle the fence to beat the neighbor's German
Last Updated on Tuesday, 20 January 2015 11:55

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