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  • The New Brunswick Islamic Center

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    Since the dawn of time, religion has been the staple of humanity. It has been our explanation for the unexplainable, as well a way for us to form a community with those around us. Due to the natural diversity of humans, a varied set of separate religions has formed throughout the world. Religions continue to adapt and inspire each other, however, they all have their differences, as well as internal differences through the observations of each believer. The exterior of the New Brunswick Islamic Center

  • The Ismaili Da ø Wa

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    indicate that the embryo of came to be termed as the Ismaili daʿwa began to take shape during the imamate of al-Ṣādiq. Imam Jaʿfar al-Ṣādiq (114-48/733-65), as well as the succeeding Ismaili imams, lived in a very difficult time. The ʿAbbāsid caliph al-Dawānīqī and his successors were very hostile towards al-Ṣādiq and his household. After the death of al-Ṣādiq, the Ismaili imams lived in hiding. Among them, the life of Muḥammad ibn Ismāʿīl remains very obscure. Certain early sources, which were written

  • Descriptive Essay On The Abu Bbakr Temple

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    The temple that we visited was the Abu Bakr Mosque, a Sunni temple, and the largest Islamic Mosque in the state of Colorado. The temple can accommodate up to 3,000 people at its maximum. Abu Bakr is a part of the Colorado Muslim Society and is the first masjid in Colorado after the building was purchased in 1974 and relocated to its current location. My first impression of the masjid was that it did not seem like a religious building at first sight. Because of the simple masonry of the exterior,

  • Forty Hadith Imam Nawawi

    23268 Words  | 94 Pages Commentaries on Imam Nawawi 's Forty Hadith The collection of Forty Hadith by al-Imam al-Nawawi (or Imam Nawawi) has been known, accepted and appreciated by Muslim scholars for the last seven centuries. Its significance lay in the fact that these selected forty hadiths comprise the main essential and fundamental concepts of Islam which, in turn, construct the minimum level of required revealed knowledge for every single Muslim. Since having good knowledge of the various fundamental

  • Imam Talibur-Rashid Research Paper

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    Black nationalist passion of the Nation of Islam, Imams during the Friday khutba usually talk about racial subjects or some of race sides relations in the US. West African Sunnis , who are also refereed to be called (orthodox Muslims) felt they had different demands and wished a sermon counseling survival through religious

  • The Aims Of Education By Imam Ghazali

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    good and able teachers who could polish the abilities of their students and later compare these abilities with the available natural resources and in the light of this comparison; they should introduce changes in their style of imparting education. Imam Ghazali held the following opinion about the aim of Education. “The aim of Education is Utility. (His utilitarian point of you concerns both the individual and the society)”. He emphasizes that Education should help one have Ethics (Morals) so that

  • The Egyptian Grand Imam: Persecution Of Christians And Muslims

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    The Egyptian Grand Imam has called on religions to unite in working for peace because both Christians and Muslims are suffering because of the violence in the Middle East. On Monday, the Grand Imam of Egypt’s al-Azhar mosque met with Pope Francis in the Vatican and appealed for worldwide unity to end the bloodshed in the Middle East. Sheikh Ahmed el-Tayeb said the atrocities should not be referred to as “persecution of Christians” because Muslims make up the largest number of victims, Crux relays

  • Spiritual Lessons of Muslim Revolutionists Imam Ali and Jalal al-din Rumi

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    traditions tend to be composed of. This makes it appear as though these early simple teaching can have an endless stream of commentary stem from a small assortment of simple words. Certainly such phrases and sayings by highly revered Islamic revolutionists Imam Ali and Jalal al-din Rumi tend to be simple in design much like these oral traditions, but a careful analysis of their work will depict the true depth of their teachings. Through their teachings, these two men are able to clearly show the distinction

  • An Explanation Of Spiritual Vibrancy

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    by the Satguru or the Imam of the Time. Hence, the faithful are urged to adore and venerate the incumbent Imam. In the context of this verse, the term ūgīyo means ‘ascendant’ or ‘risen’, as in sūraj ūgīyo (the sun has risen). According to the Gujaratilexicon, one of the meanings of the word dhīyāīe is ‘worship through contemplation’. Vāro in the second line means ‘time’

  • Shia Muslims Advantages And Disadvantages

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    The term Shia is usually meant to be synonymous with the Jafaryia/Twelvers. 2.1 The Imams The Imamate began with Ali, who is also accepted by Sunni Muslims as the fourth of the "rightly guided caliphs" to succeed the Prophet. Shia’s revere Ali as the First Imam, and his descendants, beginning with his sons Hasan and Husain, continue the line of the Imams until the Twelfth, who is believed to have ascended into a supernatural state to return to earth on judgment day.