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MENTIONING THE NAME OF ALLAH BEFORE SLAUGHTERING ANIMALS

IS IT NECESSARY TO MENTION THE NAME OF ALLAH BEFORE SLAUGHTERING ANIMALS? It may not be an issue in countries where the majority of people are muslims because it is a norm there to mention the name of Allah when slaughtering animals for the purpose of eating their meat. However, in countries where non-muslims are in majority, this is sometimes …

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ALLAH’S CHALLENGE IN THE QURAN

17:88 Say: “If all mankind and the Jinn were to gather to BRING A QUR’AN LIKE THIS, they could not come with its like, even if they were helping one another.” 10:38 Or do they say: “He has invented it!” Say: “Then BRING A CHAPTER LIKE IT, and call on whom you can besides Allah if you are truthful.” 11:13 …

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WHY QURAN USES MASCULINE PRONOUNS (HE/HIM/HIS) FOR ALLAH?

Some people raise the question as to why Muslims refer to Allah with masculine pronouns when they say He has no gender and is not like unto anyone. In order to understand the whole idea, please consider the following points: NATURAL AND GRAMMATICAL GENDERS: There are two kinds of gender; 1) Natural (Haqeeqi), related to one’s biological bearing and 2) …

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MIRACLES OF ALLAH

It must be remembered that Allah Himself is not bound by Taqdeer (Measures and Standards for laws of nature) that He has promulgated for its creations and subjected them to it. It does not and cannot apply to Allah Himself. His decisions and actions are not subject to the same limitations of Taqdeer as ours do. He is infinite in every respect …

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WHO DOES ALLAH LOVE AND HATE?

1- ALLAH LOVES: ‘Hubb’ in Arabic means to love. ‘Ahabba’ means to like, to love Allah loves those who do good /Good doers (2:195, 5:13, 5:93, 3:134, 3:148) Allah loves those who repent (2:222) Allah loves the just (5:42) Allah loves the ones who spend in prosperity and hardship, and who repress anger, and who pardon the people. (3:134) Allah …

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The use of the plural “We” by God in the Quran

FIRST: The use of the singular 1- God speaks in the singular mode “I” or “He” to assert His absolute Oneness. The use of the singular is evident in such verses where the stress is on worshipping God alone and thus the emphasis on the Oneness of God is paramount. The following are examples: – “God bears witness that there …

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A glimpse into God’s Mercy

FIRST: The following words of Jesus in the Quran are the starting point of this research: “If You punish them, they are Your subjects and if You forgive them, You are the Aziz (Dignified), the Hakeem (Wise).” 5:118 Who was Jesus speaking about when he said “If you punish them”? He can only be referring to those who deserved a …

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What Does “GOD ALONE” Mean?

What does it mean to believe in “GOD Alone”? We believe that this concept needs to be cleared-up, since it represents the back-bone of the people behind this website. All Muslims believe in the Quran. Even the worst of them promote the Quran on their websites and in their lives. Yet, they do not follow “GOD Alone”!. Even Quranic based …

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