The first of a three-part article discussing the Islamic concept of Mary: Part 1: Her childhood.
The second of a three-part article discussing the Islamic concept of Mary: Part 2: Her annunciation.
The finale of a three-part article discussing the Islamic concept of Mary: Part 3: The birth of Jesus, and the importance and respect Islam pays to Mary, the mother of Jesus.
The following three part series consists entirely of verses from the Holy Quran about Mary (Mother of Jesus) including her birth, childhood, personal qualities, and the miraculous birth of Jesus.
This part explores the life of the Prophet Jesus, his message, miracles, his disciples and what is mentioned about them in the Holy Quran.
This part explores the verses of the Holy Quran that talk about Godís protection of Jesus, his followers, his second coming in this world and what will happen to him on the day of resurrection.
A brief story of our mother Mary and her miraculous birth to Jesus.
Christians know her as Mary, the mother of Jesus. Muslims also refer to her as the mother of Jesus, or in Arabic, Umm Eisa. In Islam Mary is often called Maryam bint Imran; Mary, the daughter of Imran. This article gives some background about her adoption by Zachariah so she could serve in the temple.
This article describes what happened to Mary after she came under the care of the Prophet Zachariah.† It tells how the angel Gabriel announced the birth of a special child, how she coped with the bearing her baby, and relates some of the miracles that took place around the time Jesus was born.
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