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The Story Of Ibrahim (AS)- Dawud Wharnsby (Lyrics)

The Story Of Ibrahim (AS)- Dawud Wharnsby (Lyrics) The Story Of Ibrahim (AS)  by Ibn   Kathir Some of the People of the Book stated that his name was Abraham Ibn Tarikh, Ibn Nahur, Ibn Sarough, Ibn Raghu, Ibn Phaligh, Ibn Aher, Ibn Shalih, Ibn Arfghshand, Ibn Sam, Ibn Noah. They said that when Tarikh was seventy five years old, he had Abraham, Nahor (Nohour) and Haran. Haran had a son named Lot. They also said that Abraham was the middle child and that Haran died in the lifetime of his father in the land where he was born, the land of the Chaldeans (Al Kaldanieen), also known as Babylonia. At that time some people worshipped idols of stone and wood; others worshipped the planets, stars, sun and moon; still others worshipped their kings and rulers. Abraham was born into that atmosphere, into a typical family of that ancient time. The head of the family was not even an ordinary idolater, but was one who totally rejected Allah and who used to make the idols with his

Sourate Ya-Sin (71-83) - Harun Abdi

How to nourish the soul and lift your spirits through the prayer?

Debugging Some Misconceptions About Islam

Debugging Some Misconceptions About Islam Debugging-Some-Misconceptions-About-Islam from Islam4mankind on Vimeo . Key Points of This Video Introduction  [start time 00:00] Are Muslims Anti-Christ?  [start time 04:41] Terrorism Vs. Islam  [start time 06:45] Does Islam condone Terrorism?  [start time 11:47] What is Sharia?  [start time 14:24] What about "Honor Killing?"  [start time 16:25] Being deceptive or Lying in Islam  [start time 17:06] Veil Vs. G-String  [start time 19:05] Is the Quran irrelevant?  [start time 22:23] What is the benefit of Islam in my life?  [start time 23:59] Advice to the viewers  [start time 25:23] Conclusion  [start time 26:31]

Act of kindness by Islamic bulletin

Surah Al- Ma'un Acts of Kindness / Service to the Needy (Quran Chapter 107) This chapter is a Makkan revelation according to the majority of Qur'anic scholars. According to some authorities this is a Makkan-Madinan revelation (The first three verses are said to have been revealed in Makkah and the rest in Madinah). Yet this chapter in its theme and structure is one interwoven entity, aiming at the establishment of one of the most fundamental aspects of faith. It must be added here that the strongest evidence favors the view that the whole chapter was revealed early in the Makkan period. The chapter deals with two basic principles of Islam whose neglect constitutes denial of religion itself and could be construed as disregard for the consequences of accountability on the Day of Judgment. These principles are: worship of God and service to humanity. The title of this chapter is taken from the word "al-ma'un" with which the chapter ends. "Have you observ