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Combating Terrorism

Combating Terrorism

By:

Dr. Ali S. Awadh Asseri

(Saudi Ambassador to Lebanon)

ISLAM FORBIDS TERRORISM

Real & Wonderful Stories

Real & Wonderful Stories

Compiled by: Abdurahim bin Mizhir Almalki

Karimah

     My mother’s brother was married to a lady who was raised Muslim. She had been my “aunt” from the time I was born until around age five, when she was divorced from my uncle. My father and mother also got divorce when I was five. After both divorces my father and aunt remained friends and kept in contact.

The Muslim Handbook

The Muslim Handbook

By: Dr. Mubarak Ali

RECOMMENDED DU'A (SUPPLICATIONS)

17. Du’a of the Childless

Transliteration:

     Rabbi laa tazarni fardan, wa anta kharirul waa rithin.

Translation:

     Leave me not alone, Lord, You are the Best of heirs.

 

18. Du’a for the Family

Transliteration:

Questions and Answers on Islamic Doctrine

Questions and Answers on Islamic Doctrine

Chapter 2: Belief in Prophets and Missions

Question 10: In what way was Jesus Christ a Muslim, as well as all the other prophets?

Combating Terrorism

Combating Terrorism

By:

Dr. Ali S. Awadh Asseri

(Saudi Ambassador to Lebanon)

 

The Islamic Perspective on Terrorism

O, Mankind, we have created you from male and female and made you into nations and tribes that you may know one another. Verily, the most honourable of you before God is the one who is most pious.[1]

Questions and Answers on Islamic Doctrine

Questions and Answers on Islamic Doctrine

 

Chapter 2: Belief in Prophets and Missions

Question 09: What evidence proves that Jesus was not a God, but only a messenger from God?

The Muslim Handbook

The Muslim Handbook

By: Dr. Mubarak Ali

RECOMMENDED DU'A (SUPPLICATIONS)

12. Du’a for Seeking Knowledge

Transliteration:

     Rabbi zidni ‘ilman

Translation:

     Lord, increase me in knowledge.

 

13. Du’a for Wisdom, Posterity and Janat

Transliteration:

Real & Wonderful Stories

Real & Wonderful Stories

Compiled by: Abdurahim bin Mizhir Almalki

Fathima Liebenberg

     I am a white Muslim woman converted to Islam in 1995. I am very proud to say I am a Muslim. For me it was a hard and long struggle because it cost me my job, friends and family.

     I was a very pious Christian who went to Pentecostal churches. I used to collect the street children and take them to the church and Sunday school. My life consisted only of reading and studying the Bible, until my son told me about Islam.

High Status Cannot Grant Happiness: Sacrifice Rewarded

High Status Cannot Grant Happiness:

Sacrifice Rewarded

     As much as there are variety in languages in India, there are variety of beliefs also. Our heroine in this story is an Indian woman of 25 years who came to work in Saudi Arabia as a nurse. Socially, she did not lack status and prestige for she belongs to the Brahmin caste/class, the highest in Indian caste system. Professionally speaking she gained a degree in nursing from Britain. She was also married to a famous lawyer from her caste / class.