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  IslamiCity.com - Islam & The Global Muslim eCommunity
Similarly, pilgrims, pulled away from all that is familiar, move from city to city..
Indeed, even today, the everlasting appeal of Islam is in evidence when, attracted by its elegant message along with interplay of faith with reason, thousands worldwide accept it as their way of life.
When certain concepts mentioned in the Qur'an are studied in the light of 21st century scientific discoveries we find ourselves imparted with yet more miracles of the Qur'an.
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  Introducing Islam
Islam is not as it is represented in the popular media, nor is it Arab culture, nor is it a religion in the sense of mere private conviction or speculation concerning the state of existence.
Islam is the religion of peace: its meaning is peace; one of God's names is peace; the daily greetings of Muslims and angels are peace; paradise is the house of peace, the adjective 'Muslim' means Peaceful.
Islam, which is the final stage, the completion and confirmation of monotheistic religion considers prayer essential, and its denial removes one from the ranks of Islam.
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 ipedia.com: Islam Article   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Islam has three primary branches of belief, based largely on a historical disagreement over the succession of authority after Muhammad's death; these are known as Sunni, Shi'ite, and Khariji.
Islam teaches that God may reveal His will to mankind through an angel; such recipients of revelation are known as prophets.
According to Islam, all the prophets successfully taught their nation the same message of the oneness of God.
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 Prophets of Islam information - Search.com   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Muhammad is regarded in Islamic belief as having undertaken a prophetic mission addressed to all of humanity rather than a specific populace, although both Adam and Nuh did indeed address all of humanity during their prophethood.
The difference between prophets and messengers is that although all received revelation (wahi) from Allah, the messengers received a divine code of life or "Sharia" in the form of a holy book.
According to Islam, Hud, for whom the eleventh sura of the Qur'an is named, was one of the few people to survive a great storm inflicted by Allah, like with the Deluge five generations earlier, to punish the people of the world who had forgotten about Allah.
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 Messengers and Prophets in Islam - Some Essential Terms
Prophets not mentioned by name in the Qur'an include: Al Asbat and the remaining 11 sons of Ya'qub (Jacob), other than Joseph.
According to the Qur'an all Prophets, except Muhammed, were sent to their respective nations (7:59, 71:1, 7:65, 7:73, 7:85, 14:5, 3:48).
But Prophet Muhammed was sent to all humankind (34:28, 7:158) because he was the last of the Prophets (33:40).
members.tripod.com /thelastmessage/explore/iman/muhammad/messengers_in_islam.htm   (946 words)

  
 Muhammad - The Last of the Prophets
Islam is the clearest and most effective expression of that truth and therefore is destined to replace all other expressions.
For example, it is said that the expression means: "the Prophet has reached the ultimate in excellence in all respect," that is, he was the last or seal of the prophet in the sense that he carried prophethood to its final point of development.
The documentation of ahadith stating clearly that the Prophet of Islam was the last of the line of true prophets begins in the first century and continues upto the fourth century when the compilation of the major collections of Hadith came to an end.
www.islamicperspectives.com /Muhammad.htm   (9070 words)

  
 IslamonLine.net - Ask About Islam   (Site not responding. Last check: )
You may know that the three religions, Judaism, Christianity and Islam are usually called the Semitic religions; because their prophets were all Semites, they spoke Semitic languages, and they lived in the same Middle Eastern lands.
Prophet Abraham (Ibraheem - peace be upon him) is considered the father of all the Middle Eastern Peoples, and all the three religions respect him as their Patriarch.
Muhammad, the Last Prophet (peace be upon him) came to restore and complete the true religion of God, taught by Jesus and all other prophets before him.
www.islamonline.net /askaboutislam/display.asp?hquestionID=5164   (779 words)

  
 Introduction to Islam   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Islam therefore considers itself to be not an innovation but a reassertion of the universal truth of all revelation which is God's Oneness.
Islam reveres all of these prophets including not only Abraham, who is the father of the Arabs as well as of the Jews, but also Moses and Christ (peace be upon them).
The Prophet and Messenger of God, Muhammad (pbuh) was the last of this long line of prophets and Islam is the last religion until the Day of Judgment.
www.iad.org /Islam/index.html   (311 words)

  
 Prophets of Islam - TvWiki, the free encyclopedia
In the Qur'an, prophets such as Moses, Jesus and Muhammad are appointed to spread the word of Allah.
Each of these prophets is believed to have been instructed by God to warn his community against evil and urge his people to obey God; however, only some are believed to have been sent holy books (such as the Tawrat, Zabur, and Injil), and those prophets are considered "messengers".
Jesus is the result of a virgin birth in Islam as in Christianity, and is regarded as a prophet like the others, and as the Messiah (see Qur'an 3:45).
www.tvwiki.tv /wiki/Prophets_of_Islam   (1005 words)

  
 Prophets Preach Only Islam
The false prophets were of two kinds: those who professed the religion and the Torah (Law) of Yahweh and pretended to prophesy in His Name, and those who under the patronage of an idolater Israelite monarch prophesied in the name of Baal or other deities of the neighboring heathen peoples.
In order to find out whether a prophet is genuine or an impostor, it is not fair to give a verdict against his prophetical character because he is reported to have been a little harsh or rude to his mother or because he believed in the literal inspiration and the Mosaic authorship of the Pentateuch.
The other Prophet of Gibeon, called Hananiah, sought to please his master the king; he was a courtier and favorite, rich and in splendor, whereas his antagonist was always languishing and starving in the prisons and dungeons.
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 Who are the Prophets?
The answer is, many of the same Prophets found in the Old Testament, New Testament, and some Prophets which are mentioned in the Quran that you may not be familiar with.
Prophets in Islam are revered, respected individuals which were chosen by God to bring His Message to their people.
In the case of Prophet Muhammed (peace be upon him), he was chosen to give his Message to all mankind.
www.geocities.com /Athens/Forum/3062/prophets.htm   (336 words)

  
 Islam : Beliefs
Islam teaches that God may reveal His will to mankind though an angel; such recipients of revelation are known as prophets.
According to Islam, all the prophets taught their nations the same message of the oneness of God.
Muslims believe that Muhammad was a truthful man, as were all prophets, and that prophets are helped by Allah to avoid wrong actions and to speak out against wrong committed by others.
www.onelittleangel.com /wisdom/quotes/islam.asp?level=1   (870 words)

  
 Islam: A Global civilization
The Prophet and Messenger of God, Muhammad--may peace and blessings be upon him, his family and his companions--, was the last of this long lime of prophets and Islam is the last religion until the Day of Judgement.
Islam is not, as some imagine in the West, a religion of the sword nor did it spread primarily by means of war.
Islam was destined to become a world religion and to create a civilization which stretched from one end of the globe to the other.
www.templemount.org /islamiad.html   (10273 words)

  
 The Council on American-Islamic Relations - CAIR: Learn about Islam
Islam is both a religion and a complete way of life.
The text of the Quran was cross-checked during the life of the Prophet.
Islam is one of the fastest growing religions in this country and around the world.
www.cair-net.org /default.asp?Page=aboutIslam   (613 words)

  
 Important.ca. Islam, Muslim Religion Beliefs
All prophets are said to have spoken with divine authority; but only those who have been given a major revelation or message are called messenger.
And the Prophet said: sell not what is not with you." This hadith has rendered controversial within the Moslem world much of what is considered routine finance outside of it, including the sale of futures and options, both of which might be characterized as the sale of 'what is not with you.'
Muslims believe that the Qur'an was revealed to the Prophet Muhammad by the Angel Gabriel on numerous occasions between the years 610 and Muhammad's death in 632.
www.important.ca /islam_islamic_beliefs.html   (1909 words)

  
 THE PROPHETS OF ISLAM
The emigration of all muslims and the Prophet from Makkah angered the kuffar.
The Prophet laid down 'Rules of Warfare' to be followed when it appeared to him that war was unavoidable to protect the Muslims and their families against the enemy's offence.
The Prophet had given his followers a code of conduct which was to govern the lives of all generations of Muslims in the future.
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 Islamic Prophets,Prophets of Islam Religion,Main Prophets of Islam Religion,Different Prophets of Islam Religion   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Prophet Muhammad is considered as the messenger of Allah and the last of all Prophets who restored Islam to its pristine purity.
Although, Prophet Mohammed was hardly able to read or write, he began to dictate those inspired words beginning with "There is but one God, the Allah".
In Medina, Islam began to flourish and before Prophet Muhammad died at the age of 63, Islam had spread to the greater part of the Arabian Peninsula, up to Spain in the West and as far into the east as China.
www.culturopedia.com /Religions/prophets.html   (333 words)

  
 Tolerance in Islam
The various sects of Christians were represented in the Council of the Empire by their patriarchs, on the provincial and district council by their bishops, in the village council by their priests, whose word was always taken without question on things which were the sole concern of their community.
One of the commonest charges brought against Islam historically, and as a religion, by Western writers is that it is intolerant.
This book and this Prophet, therefore, confirm the truth of all that was revealed before them, and those who disbelieve in them to the point of opposing the existence of a Prophet and a revelation are really opposed to the idea of Allah's guidance - which is the truth of all revealed religions.
cyberistan.org /islamic/toleran1.html   (2568 words)

  
 Introducing Islam To non-Muslims   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Muhammad is considered to be the summation and the culmination of all the prophets and messengers that came before him.
The Prophets of Christianity and Judaism are indeed the Prophets of Islam.
The Eid of Sacrifice is in remembrance of the sacrifice to be by Prophet Abraham of his son.
islamicity.com /mosque/Intro_Islam.htm   (1632 words)

  
 Comparative Index to Islam : PROPHETS   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Since Muhammad sought to establish his credibility by placing himself in the tradition of the biblical prophets, it is important to investigate whether or not his life and message lines up with theirs: Mohammed the prophet versus the prophets.
Once people are sent a prophet, they are responsible for their beliefs and no excuse will be accepted for not heeding the message, and it applies also to those which the message reaches in coming times.
Absent from the list are many of the biblical prophets, be they "Major" (because their prophetical writings are long) like Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel and Daniel, or "Minor" (because their prophetical writings are short) like Amos, Haggai, Malachi, etc, except Jonah.
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 3. Beliefs: 3. Prophets and Messengers
A prophet (nabi) or messenger (rasul) of God is a human being to whom God gives His guidance and whom He charges with the task of conveying that guidance to the people, so that they may do good and avoid evil.
Since prophets appeared in every part of the world, and there were many in each nation, to make a full list of names is impossible.
The Divine messengers before the Holy Prophet Muhammad were each given teachings limited to their respective nations, because in those times a nation did not have much to do with other nations.
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 Introducing Islam
The name of this religion is Islam, the root of which is Silm and Salam which means peace.
This means that Islam rejects the idea of trinity or such a unity of God which implies more than one God in one.
Hence, the Islamic calendar includes both the common era and the migration (Higra) year of the Prophet of Islam from Makkah to Madinah in the year of 623 C.E. Celebrations (Eid): Muslims have two celebrations (Eid); namely, Eid of Sacrifice and Eid of Fast-Breaking.
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 Shrines of the Prophets of Islam ::: Islamiczone
Shrines of the Prophets of Islam ::: Islamiczone
Shrines of Prophet Zakariya, Hud, Saleh, Ibrahim, Mu...
The tomb of Prophet Moses is a splendid example of early Islamic architecture set in an awe-inspiring landscape.
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 The FORUM For Identification of Islam and Cultural Dialogue   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Among the ones who later joined this faith were the honest merchant, Abu Bakr; the iron man of Arabia, Umar the Great; the shy businessman, Uthman; the Prophet's brave uncle Hamza and a slave of a pagan, Bilal.
An examination under the microscope into the depths of any human organ brings us face to face with an astounding miracle of creation: millions of tiny living things that have come together to make up that organ are engaged in arduous activity.
When it comes to Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), knowing him is required not only of Muslims, but of every truth-seeker.
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