Posts Categorized: What is Islam

RECONCILING FAITH AND FREEDOM

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Tweet Share Today’s Guest Post is an Excerpt from Allah, Liberty and Love: The Courage to Reconcile Faith and Freedom, by Irshad Manji, courtesy of Free Press. This is a book about Moral Courage – “the willingness to speak up when everyone else wants you to shut up.” The excerpt I’ve chosen is not actually…
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THE SHARIA THAT MUSLIM AMERICANS LIVE (Part 1)

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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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MUHAMMAD’S NIGHT JOURNEY TO THE SEVEN HEAVENS

Posted by & filed under Adam, Angel Gabriel, Buraq, Enoch, Father Abraham, is Islam a religion of peace, Journey to Seven Heavens, Moses, Night Journey, Qur'an, religious unity, What is Islam, who is Allah.

TweetShare  Here’s a tale of the Prophet Muhammad many non-Muslims have never heard: One evening, as the Prophet lay in bed, in that intuitive state midway between wakefulness and sleep, the angel Gabriel came to him. Gabriel opened Muhammad’s chest, cleansed his heart with sacred water, and filled it with Wisdom and Faith that he…
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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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