From a Muslim convert to all seekers of truth.
The main message of Islam is the same basic message in all revealed religions, as they are all are from the same source, and the reasons for disparity found between religions.
The role of Islam among other world religions, specifically in relation to the Judeo-Christian tradition.
A look at some of the beliefs of Islam.
A look at some of the essential practices of Islam, with a brief explanation of who are Muslims.
Some of the Unique Features of Islam not found in other belief systems and ways of life.
Some of the unique features of Islam not found in other belief systems and ways of life. Part two.
A brief introduction to the meaning of Islam, the notion of God in Islam, and His basic message to humanity through the Prophets.
The role of the Quran and Prophet Muhammad in delivering the pristine, unmodified message of God to mankind, and a description of how living the Islamic way is the path to a better life.
Some of the most common questions asked about Islam. Part 1: What is Islam?† What are Muslims?† Who is Allah?† Who is Muhammad?
Some of the most common questions asked about Islam. Part 2: About the Islamic teachings and the Holy Quran.
What is the spiritual path in Islam and what is its place in the life as a whole?
The religion of Islam is based upon the Quran (the Word of God) and the Sunnah (teachings and attributes of Prophet Muhammad).† Part 1: Quran: The Primary Source of Islam.
The religion of Islam is based upon the Quran (the Word of God) and the Sunnah (teachings and attributes of Prophet Muhammad).† Part 2: Sunnah: The Secondary Source of Islam
Over a billion people from all races, nationalities and cultures Ė this part gives an introduction to who Muslims are and their contribution to the world.
Over a billion people from all races, nationalities and cultures Ė a continuation of the Muslim contribution to science.
The article will present the most important aspects of Islam: core beliefs, religious practices, Quran, teachings of Prophet Muhammad, and the Shariah.† A simple article that synthesizes Islam in a nutshell.
A brief look at the first three of ten common myths about Islam.
A continuation of part one, in which we examine myths four to ten.
Muslims want to share their perspective on life with everybody they encounter.† They want others to feel as light hearted as they do and here is why.
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