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If we ask any Christian, what does the Holy Bible say about Muhammad? He will tell you that it says “Nothing”. You may ask why nothing? Does not the Holy Bible speak about the rise of Israel, the rise of communism, and even the beast in the book...
God informs Prophet Muhammad that these bad times will not last forever. An amazing amount of ease will be associated with every hardship. These two verses fill the hearts of humankind with gratitude and hope.
To regain its balance, the world needs more people who are in touch with humanity and with the universe; whose focus includes the wellbeing of others, of the environment, and of the future, whose perception of our world as one unit makes them care for humanity as one nation.
Is your heart attached to the mosque? What do you think about when you see your local mosque? What about when you see photos of mosques around the world? How do you feel? Are you reminded of beautiful architecture, towering minarets, and the melodic sound of the call to prayer?
Question I was wondering if there is any prophecy regarding the Prophet of Islam found in the Old Testament (Torah). Answer Thank you ...
The tidings of the Prophet’s coming in the Bible, the Samaritan Bible and the Gospel of Barnabas, are clear. In these two sacred books, there are explicit texts announcing the coming of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him).
The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) was born into a society that had many of the major problems that we face today. And mended ties between neighbor, people and even his own enemies. He taught us how to turn those issues of strife into peace and security for everyone.
One of the good manners of the Prophet is his great solemnity. He was the most solemn, the best in his good manners, the noblest and the most generous among all people.
“Be moderate and steadfast; and keep in mind that none of you can achieve salvation through his (good) actions.” They asked: “Not even ...
The significance of Abyssinia was the turn of “fortune” for the struggling Muslims, and moreover, the kindness they found in a foreign land, where there were no relatives to open up their homes to them. Yet, through these foreigners and brethrens of the Christian faith...