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Islam A World Civilization

  Thus We have appointed you a middle nation, that you may be witnesses upon mankind." (Qur'an 2:143) General Characteristics of Islamic Civilization. Islam was destined to become a world religion and to create a civilization which stretched from one end of the globe to the other. Already during the early Muslim caliphates, first the Arabs, then the Persians and later the Turks set about to create classical Islamic civilization. Later, in the 13th century, both Africa and India became great centers of Islamic civilization and soon thereafter Muslim kingdoms were established in the Malay-Indonesian world while Chinese Muslims flourished throughout China. Islam is a religion for all people from whatever race or background they might be. That is why Islamic civilization is based on a unity which stands completely against any racial or ethnic discrimination. Such major racial and ethnic groups as the Arabs, Persians, Turks, Africans, Indians, Chinese and Malays in addition to numerous ... المزيد

The Truthfulness of the message of Muhammad

  Muhammad `Abdul-`Aziz           We have mentioned in a previous article a part of intellectual proofs of the truthfulness of the message of Muhammad (peace be upon him), and the one who contemplates the biography of the Prophet (peace be upon him) will find the truth overlooking from all its incidents. For instance, the Battle of the Trench: The battle was a severe afflictions for Muslims, and because it was hard, it was a test for the hearts to prove the faith of the believers and reveal the hypocrisy of the hypocrites.   That Battle was a fruit of the cunning and malice of the Jews. After the expelling of Banu An-Nadir from Medina, and moving to Khybar, their leaders, headed by Huyay ibn Akhtab, got out to lead the blind malice against Muslims. He went to Quraysh to stir its people against the Prophet (peace be upon him), then allied with them to eradicate Islam and Muslims. His call encountered a warm welcome from Quraysh after he had reminded ... المزيد

The true fortune of Arabs

Jabir Shu`ayb Al Isma`il Ibn Khaldun denotes in his Book "Al Muqaddimah" that the fortune of a people lies in its inhabitants who love work, good at it, and creative in doing it. How beautiful is the Chinese proverb which says: Do not give a fish to the poor, but teach him fishing.   In fact, the true fortune in any society, basically, lies in its human fortune whether quantitive or qualitative which is conscious, purposive, qualified, specialized, devoted to its work, and organized as one single body. When these qualities are available in the human power, it is easy to change dust into gold. All of us can see how did the Japanese with an area, which mountains make up about 80 %, build up an economic system that ruled all systems in the world.   To me, we should give first priority to bringing up new generation as flowing human resources in the time of knowledge, science, and smart technology. Our generations need extra-care, smart education, self-confidence, faith, and the ability ... المزيد

The ruling on insulting the Companions of the Prophet (peace be upon him)

Dr. Sa`d ibn `Abdullah Al HumaydPraise be to Allah and peace be upon the Messenger of Allah, his family, his Companions, and those who followed them.   The issue of insulting the Companions (may Allah be pleased with them) is one of the issues that need lengthy explanation because the one who insults them may do so because of a worldly rivalry between them, and that is obvious in their lifetime. A person may insult a number of the Companions because he believes that they have apostatized or have done major sins in his view. He may also insult them because they have provided victory to this religion which he claims to be attributed to, but in fact he is not a Muslim.   The best scholars who explained this issue quite well was Sheikh Al Islam Ibn Taymiyyah (may Allah bestow mercy on his soul) in the last portion of his book, "Al Sarim Al Maslul `Ala Shatim Al Rasul" (3/1055-1113) where he said: "As for those who insult the Companions of the Messenger of Allah (Peace be upon him) ... المزيد

The Prophet's guidance concerning the cure of distress, worry, sorrow, and grief

  Dr. Ahmad ibn `Uthman Al Mazid28- The Prophet's guidance concerning the cure of distress, worry, sorrow, and grief[1]: 1- He used to say in distress: "There is no deity but Allah the Ever-Magnificent the Most-forbearing. There is no deity but Allah, the Lord of the Supreme Throne. There is no deity but Allah, the Lord of the seven Heavens, the Lord of the earth, and the Honorable Lord of the Thrown." [Reported by Al Bukhari and Muslim].   2- When something concerns him, he used to say: "O Ever-Living! O Self-Subsisting! By Your Mercy I seek Your Assistance." [Reported by At-Tirmidhy]. And said: "The supplications of distressed people are: O Allah, Your Mercy that I hope for, so do not entrust me to myself for a blink of an eye, and reform my affairs for me! No god but You." [Reported by Abu Dawud].   "When something grieved him, he resorted to Salah."   3- He said: "No person is afflicted by worry or concern and says: "Allaahumma Inny `Abduka, ibnu `Abdika, ibnu Amatika, ... المزيد

The Israelis' feelings of fear and isolation

  Hisham Munawwar If it was settled in our minds that the Zionist entity has one of the strongest armies in the region as well as in the world, and that the Zionist military machine is able to "crush" any potential resistance, the reality of military retreats that the Israeli army suffered have proved the falsity of these allegations. The settlers who live on the occupied land of Palestine are the first witnesses to the case of fear which they are experiencing regarding the future of the so-called "Israel" in light of its numerous structural crises, which lead to its isolation behind the Apartheid wall they have built. The alleged force, which the generals are boasting of, did not stop the Israeli citizens to admit insecurity, fear, and feelings of isolation. In a survey of "the war and peace indicator," that is prepared in the University of Tel Aviv, and funded by the "Program of Evans for the settlement of disputes" that was published on (Yediot Aharonot) Website, the survey showed ... المزيد

The features of distinction in changing the Qiblah

  Islam`Abdul-TawwabThe change of the qiblah remains a distinctive event in the history of the Islamic call and in the march of building the Muslim state as well. The Messenger (peace be upon him) was eager to change the Qiblah from Al Aqsa Mosque to the House of his father Abraham (peace be upon him) in Makkah.   Allah (may He be Exalted) says: "Verily, We have seen the turning of your (Muhammad's peace be upon him) face towards the heaven. Surely, We shall turn you to a Qiblah (prayer direction) that shall please you, so turn your face in the direction of Al-Masjid-Al-Harâm (the sanctuary at Makkah). And wheresoever you people are, turn your faces (in prayer) in that direction. Certainly, the people who were given the Scripture (i.e. Jews and the Christians) know well that, that (your turning towards the direction of the Ka'bah at Makkah in prayers) is the truth from their Lord. And Allâh is not unaware of what they do." [Surat Al Baqarah: 144].   Thus, after ... المزيد

Ramadan in the Pre-Islamic Period and in Islam

  Muhammad `Abdul-`AzizRamadan was not known with that name in the Pre-Islamic Period like all lunar months. In the old language, the language of the Pure Arabs: `Ad, Thamûd, and others, that month was called "Tatil" which means a person who draws out water from a well or a fountain. This indicates, as Mahmoud Al Falaky says, that month was a winter month as another name indicated "Zahir". It was said that its crescent used to show up in the time of flowers' bloom according to the Arabs who used to live in deserts in the early Pre-Islamic Period and plants would not have been bloomy unless there was rain.   Then the name of the lunar months were changed at Al `Arab Al Musta`ribah [the offspring of Ismael] two hundred years before Islam. The rule according which they set up the names of months was extracted from the social and climatic conditions according to the times in which these months began. This was the suggestion of the Qurishy "Kilab ibn Murrah" who is said ... المزيد

A cry of a people whose rights are violated in his own land

  Su`ud ibn `Abdullah Al Mi`aqlyCompulsion has reached its peak when the occupation introduced, almost two years ago, a compulsory law to force Muslim girls who reached 18 years of age to leave their countries and move to be as workers in its factories. Furthermore, it created a special committee to follow-up the execution of that unjust law until the number of girls who were affected by that decision reached 50.000. Many of those who were sent to work have subjected to rape and prostitution, whereas not a few number of them preferred suicide to preserve their chastity. As for the families which refused to send their girls, they were considered as violating the law and consequently were exposed to all kinds of torture and humiliation inside prisons of which animals complain.   This is happening in countries from which celebrities, who had a great effect on the Islamic civilization, emerged such as: Al Bukhari, Muslim, Al Bayhaqy, Muhammad ibn Musa Al Khawarizmy, Abu Ar-Rayhan ... المزيد

Why Study History?

By Peter N. Stearns People live in the present. They plan for and worry about the future. History, however, is the study of the past. Given all the demands that press in from living in the present and anticipating what is yet to come, why bother with what has been? Given all the desirable and available branches of knowledge, why insist—as most American educational programs do—on a good bit of history? And why urge many students to study even more history than they are required to? Any subject of study needs justification: its advocates must explain why it is worth attention. Most widely accepted subjects—and history is certainly one of them—attract some people who simply like the information and modes of thought involved. But audiences less spontaneously drawn to the subject and more doubtful about why to bother need to know what the purpose is. Historians do not perform heart transplants, improve highway design, or arrest criminals. In a society that quite correctly ... المزيد

THE COMING OF THE WEST:

  The Western world had for centuries been gradually penetrating most of the areas that had once been part of the Muslim empire, and in the latter part of the nineteenth century, in the vacuum left by the long decay and decline of the Ottoman Empire, European powers came to dominate the Middle East.   Among the first Europeans to gain a foothold in the Middle East were the Venetians who, as early as the thirteenth century, had established trading posts in what are now Lebanon, Syria, and Egypt, and who controlled much of the shipping between Arab and European ports. Then, in 1497, five years after Ferdinand and Isabella ended Islamic rule in Spain, Vasco da Gama led a fleet of four Portuguese ships around Africa and in 1498 found a new sea route to India from Europe. Dutch, British, and French frigates and merchantmen followed and began establishing trading outposts along the shores of the Indian Ocean, eventually undercutting both Venetian shipping and the Mediterranean trade ... المزيد

ISLAM IN SPAIN

By the time 'Abd al-Rahman reached Spain, the Arabs from North Africa were already entrenched on the Iberian Peninsula and had begun to write one of the most glorious chapters in Islamic history. After their forays into France were blunted by Charles Martel, the Muslims in Spain had begun to focus their whole attention on what they called al-Andalus, southern Spain (Andalusia), and to build there a civilization far superior to anything Spain had ever known. Reigning with wisdom and justice, they treated Christians and Jews with tolerance, with the result that many embraced Islam. They also improved trade and agriculture, patronized the arts, made valuable contributions to science, and established Cordoba as the most sophisticated city in Europe. By the tenth century, Cordoba could boast of a population of some 500,000, compared to about 38,000 in Paris. According to the chronicles of the day, the city had 700 mosques, some 60,000 palaces, and 70 libraries - one reportedly housing 500,000 ... المزيد








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