Posts Categorized: Muhammad

THE SHARIA THAT MUSLIM AMERICANS LIVE (Part 1)

Posted by & filed under Anti-Defamation League, is Islam a religion of peace, Muhammad, Muslim Law, religious tolerance, Sharia, Sharia Law, What is Islam.

Tweet Share by Abdul Malik MujahidReprinted from Sharia101.org (Abraham Foxman, the Anti-Defamation League’s national director on the Anti-Sharia Laws: “People don’t know what sharia means, it’s a foreign word”…The proposed anti-sharia laws are “camouflaged bigotry.”) You might have seen a government-required sign at a McDonald’s restroom telling employees to wash their hands. Muslims do this as…
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THE INNER UNITY OF THREE MONOTHEISTIC RELIGIONS

Posted by & filed under Esoteric Christianity, Father Son Holy Ghost, is Jesus God?, Islam Religion of Peace, Judaism Christianity Islam, Kabbalah, Mercy Father, Moses, Muhammad, Paraclete, What is Bible about, What is Islam.

Tweet Share The three western monotheistic religions can be seen as three different versions of the same religion. All three worship the same God. All three teach their followers the importance of faith, love, and moral rules of living.  The major difference is that each one emphasizes a different aspect.  Judaism, the first proponent of…
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ISLAM: A RELIGION OF PEACE?

Posted by & filed under Al-Quaeda, Islam, Judaism Christianity Islam, Muhammad, Peace, People of the Book, Qur'an, Saleem Ahmed.

by Saleem Ahmed (Today’s PRIZE GIVEAWAY is a Copy of Saleem’s Book. Leave a COMMENT to enter. See details below) Tweet Share  Andrew Cort’s Mini-Review:    “Who among us belongs to a wrong religion?” asked Saleem Ahmed at the beginning of a speech in Hawaii in 2006. No hands went up. “Interesting!” he went on. “We may have followers…
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Islam: A Religion of Peace?

Posted by & filed under All Believers Network, Belnet, Beyond Veil and Holy War, International Interfaith Conference, Islam, Jews and Muslims, Muhammad, People of the Book, Qur'an, religion of peace, Saleem Ahmed.

by Saleem Ahmed People ask, “How can Islam be a religion of peace?”, when the Qur’an requires Muslims to kill “unbelievers” and promises paradise to Muslims who die “killing unbelievers”; when suicide bombers go about killing innocent people indiscriminately; and when it seems we rarely hear moderate Muslim speaking out against their extremist fellow-religionists. But…
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