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Month: September 2018

Man who is slave of his needs

Man who is slave of his needs

There is thoughtful analogy in Quran comparing a person and a nation who is slave of his needs to a habit of dogs ( that is they pant) , that is beauty of Quran that Allah uses simple reasoning to explain things which every one can witness instead of trying to convey a message through complex means 7:175 And recite to them, [O Muhammad], the news of him to whom we gave [knowledge of] Our signs, but he detached himself…

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A Pretty Important Conversation, Taha 49

A Pretty Important Conversation, Taha 49

A conversation in Quran, narrated which happened between Mosa (Moses) and King of his time Pharaoh [Pharaoh] said, “So who is the Lord of you two, O Moses?”, He said, “Our Lord is He who gave each thing its form and then guided [it].” [Pharaoh] said, “Then what is the case of the former generations?” [Moses] said, “The knowledge thereof is with my Lord in a record. My Lord neither errs nor forgets.” [It is He] who has made for…

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Kufur and Shirk

Kufur and Shirk

The word kāfir is the active participle of the root K-F-R. As a pre-Islamic term it described farmers burying seeds in the ground. One of its applications in the Quran is also the same meaning as farmer. Since farmers cover the seeds with soil while planting, the word kāfir implies a person who hides or covers. Ideologically, it implies a person who hides or covers the truth. Poets personify the darkness of night as kâfir, perhaps as a survival of pre-Islamic religious or mythological usage. So…

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Muslim

Muslim

Legally to enter Islam on a physical sense its very simple one just has to say shahada “There is no god but God. Muhammad is the messenger of God” and then you enter into Islam and become a Muslim. But as a Muslim on spiritual sense it means that he has agreed to some set of believes from his heart as a whole which are He believes in one, unique, incomparable God, Who has neither son nor partner, and that…

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Islam, Emaan And Ahsan (Taqwa)

Islam, Emaan And Ahsan (Taqwa)

Islam is means to completely surrender, to give up resistance, and unquestioningly obey Divine commandments. The Qur’an requires of us that we enter Islam wholly: O ye who believe! Enter into Islam wholly (Al-Baqarah 2:208) Islam, Emaan And Ahsan are the three levels of consciousness that a believer goes through in his ultimate flight to get closer to Allah. Islam operates mostly at the physical level after one accepts being a Muslim and performs obligations prescribed by Islam; Emaan is…

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