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 كيف تدعو للاسلام

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مُساهمةموضوع: كيف تدعو للاسلام   الجمعة أغسطس 27, 2010 7:22 pm

رسالة مختصرة فيها تعريف مختصر بالإسلام وحث على التعرف عليه ودلالة على المواقع الداعية إلى الإسلام باللغة الإنجليزية
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Excuse me!!
Would you stop for a
moment?!
O...man...Haven't you thought-one day- about yourself ?
Who
has made it?
Have you seen a design which hasn't a designer ?!
Have
you seen a wonderful,delicate work without a worker ?!
It's you and the
whole universe!..
Who has made them all ?!!
You know who ?.. It's
"ALLAH",prise be to him.
Just think for a moment.
How are you going
to be after death ?!
Can you believe that this exact system of the
universe and all of these great creation will end in in nothing...just
after death!
Have you thought, for a second, How to save your soul from
Allah's punishment?!
Haven't you thought about what is the right
religion?!
Read ... and think deeply before you answer..
It is
religion of Islam.
It is the religion that Mohammad-peace upon him- the
last prophet, had been sent by.
It is the religion that the right
Bible- which is not distorted-has preached.
Just have a look at The
Bible of (Bernaba).
Don't be emstional.
Be rational and
judge..
Just look..listen...compare..and then judge and say your
word.
We advise you visiting :




http://www.islam-guide.com


http://www.islamhouse.com/s/9661

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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: كيف تدعو للاسلام   الجمعة أغسطس 27, 2010 7:22 pm

ما الاسلام
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WHAT IS ISLAM?

Can we find an explanation of the great universe? Is there
any convincing interpretation of the secret of existence? We realize that
no family can function properly without a responsible head, that no city
can prosperously exist without sound administration, and that no state can
survive without a leader of some kind. We also realize that nothing comes
into being on its own. Moreover, we observe that the universe exists and
functions in the most orderly manner, and that it has survived for
hundreds of thousand of years. Can we then say that all this is accidental
and haphazard? Can we attribute the existence of man and the whole world
to mere chance.


Man represents only a very small portion of the great
universe. And if he can make plans and appreciate the merits of planning,
then his own existence and the survival of the universe must also be a
planned policy. This means that there is an extraordinary power to bring
things into being and keep them moving in order.


In the world then must be a great force in action to keep
everything in order. In the beautiful nature there must be a Great creator
who creates the most charming pieces of art produces every thing for a
special purpose in life. The deeply enlightened people recognize this
creator and call him Allah "God". He is not a man because no man can
create or make another man. He is not an animal, nor he is a plant. He is
neither an Idol nor is He a statue of any kind because non of these things
can make itself or create anything else. He is different from all these
things because he is the maker and keeper of them all. The maker of
anything must be different from and greater than things which he
makes.


There are various ways to know God "ALLAH'' and there are
many things to tell about him. The great wonders and impressive marvels of
the world are like open books in which we can read about God. Besides, God
Himself comes to our aid through the many Messengers and revelations He
has sent down to man. These Messengers and revelations tell us everything
we need to know about God.


The complete acceptance of the teachings and guidance of God
'Allah' as revealed to His Messengers Muhammad is the religion of Islam.
Islam enjoins faith in the oneness and sovereignty of Allah, which makes
man aware of meaningfulness of the Universe and of his place in it. This
belief frees him from all fears and superstitions by making him conscious
of the presence of the Almighty Allah and of man's obligations towards
Him. This faith must be expressed and tested in actions, faith alone is
not enough. Belief in one God requires that we look upon all humanity as
one family under the universal Omnipotence of God the Creator and
Nourisher of all. Islam rejects the idea of chosen people, making belief
in God and good actions the only way to heaven. Thus, a direct
relationship in established with God, without any intercessor.


Islam is not a new religion. It is, in essence, the same
message and guidance which Allah revealed to all Prophets. Adam, Noah,
Abraham, Ismael, David, Moses and Jesus (PBUT). But the message which was
revealed to Prophet Mohammed (PBUT) is Islam in its comprehensive,
complete and final form.


The Quran is the last revealed word of Allah and the basic
source of Islamic teachings and laws. The Quran deals with the basis of
creeds, morality, history of humanity, worship, knowledge, wisdom, God-man
relationship, and human relationship in all aspects. Comprehensive
teaching on which, can be built sound systems of social justice,
economics, politics, legislation, jurisprudence, law and international
relations, are important contents of the Quran. Hadith, the teachings,
sayings and actions of Prophet Mohammed (PBUT), meticulously reported and
collected by his devoted companions. Explained and elaborated the Quranic
verses.


THE FUNDAMENTAL ARTICLES OF FAITH IN
ISLAM


The true faithful Muslim believes in the following
Principal articles of faith:-


  1. He believes in One God 'Allah', Supreme and Eternal, Infinite and
    Mighty, Merciful and Compassionate, Creator and Provider.

  2. He believes in all Messengers of God without any discrimination
    among them. Every known nation had a warner or Messenger from God. They
    were chosen by God to teach mankind and deliver His divine message. The
    Quran mentions the name of twenty five of them. Among them Mohammad
    stands as the last Messenger and the crowning glory of the foundation of
    Prophethood.

  3. Muslin believes in all scriptures and revelations of God. They were
    the guiding light which the Messengers received to show their respected
    peoples the Right Path of God. In the Quran a special reference is made
    to the books of Abraham, Moses, David and Jesus. But long before the
    revelations has been lost or corrupted. The only authentic and complete
    book of God in existence in the Quran.

  4. The true Muslim believes in the Angels of Allah. They are purely
    spiritual and splendid beings whose nature requires on food, drink or
    sleep. They spend their days and nights in the worship of God.

  5. Muslim believes in the last Day of Judgement. This world will come
    to an end someday, and the dead will rise to stand for their final and
    fair trial. People with good records will be generously, rewarded and
    warmly welcomed to the Heaven of Allah, and those with bad records will
    be punished and cast into Hell.

  6. Muslim believes in the timeless knowledge of God and His power to
    plan and execute His planes and nothing could happen in His Kingdom
    against His will. His knowledge and power are in action at all times and
    command over His creation. He is wise and merciful, and whatever He does
    must have a meaningful purpose. If this is established in our mind and
    hearts, we should accept with good faith all that He does, although we
    may fail to under stand it fully, or think it is bad.



THE FIVE PILLARS OF ISLAM

Faith without actions arid practice is a dead end, as far as
Islam is concerned. Faith by nature is very sensitive and can be most
effective. When it is not out of practice or out of use, it quickly loses
its liveliness and motivation power.

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There are five pillars of
Islam:
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  1. The declaration of faith: To bear witness that there is none worthy
    of worship except Allah, and that Mohammad (PBUH) is His Messenger to
    all human beings till the Day of Judgment. The Prophethood of Mohammad
    obliges the Muslims to follow, His exemplary life as a model.

  2. Prayers: Daily, prayers are offered five times a day as a duty
    towards Allah. They strengthen and enliven the belief in Allah and
    inspire man to a higher morality. They purify the heart and prevent
    temptation towards wrong - doings and evil.

  3. Fasting the month of Ramadan. The Muslims during the month of
    Ramadan not only abstain from food, drink and sexual intercourse from
    dawn to sunset but also sincerity and devotion. It develops a sound
    social conscience, patience, unselfishness and will - Power.

  4. Zakkah: The literal and simple meaning of Zakkah is purity. The
    technical meaning of this word designates the annual amount in kind or
    coin which a Muslim with means must distribute among the rightful
    beneficiaries. But the religious and spiritual significance of Zakkah is
    much deeper and more lively. So it has humanitarian and sociopolitical
    values.

  5. Hajj (Pilgrimage to Makkah): It is to be performed once in a
    lifetime, if one can afford it financially and physically.

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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: كيف تدعو للاسلام   الجمعة أغسطس 27, 2010 7:24 pm

اثنا عشر دليلا على ان محمدا رسول الله
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My brothers and sisters everywhere! With this essay, I am not singling
out the adherents of Islam - to which I ascribe - but rather I am writing
this essay to every man and woman throughout the whole world.

I ask Allah that He facilitates tat this essay reaches every ear, falls
under the sight of every eye, and is understood by every heart...

Muhammad the son of `Abdullah is Allah's Prophet and the Final
Messenger Sent by Allah to the Inhabitants of Earth.

My brothers and sisters everywhere! You should know that the Messenger,
Muhammad the son of `Abdullah (may Allah's blessings and peace be upon
him) is Allah's Messenger in reality and truth. The evidences that show
his veracity are abundant. None but an infidel, who out of arrogance
alone, could deny these signs.

Among these proofs:
1. Muhammad (may Allah's blessings and peace be upon him) was raised
illiterate, unable to read or write, and remained like that till his
death. Among all his people, he was known as being truthful and
trustworthy. Before receiving revelation, he had no prior knowledge of
Religion or any previously sent Message. He remained like that for his
first forty years. Revelation then came to Muhammad with the Koran that we
now have between our hands. This Koran mentioned most of the accounts
found in the previous scriptures, telling us about these events in the
greatest detail as if he witnessed them. These accounts came precisely as
they were found in the Torah sent down to Moses and in the Gospel sent
down to Jesus. Neither the Jews or Christians were able to belie him
regarding anything that he said.

2. Muhammad (may Allah's blessings and peace be upon him) also foretold
of everything that would occur to him and his community after him,
pertaining to victory, the removal of the tyrannical kingdoms of Chosroes
[the royal title for the Zoroastrian kings of Persia] and Caesar, and the
establishment of the religion of Islam throughout the earth. These events
occurred exactly as Muhammad foretold, as if he was reading the future
from an open book.

3. Muhammad (may Allah's blessings and peace be upon him) also brought
an Arabic Koran that is the peak of eloquence and clarity. The Koran
challenged those eloquent and fluent Arabs of his time, who initially
belied him, to bring forth a single chapter like the Koran. The eloquent
Arabs of his day were unable to contest this Koran.

Indeed, till our day, none has ever dared to claim that he has been
able to compose words that equal-or even approach-the order, grace,
beauty, and splendor of this Glorious Koran.

4. The life history of this Noble Prophet was a perfect example of
being upright, merciful, compassionate, truthful, brave, generous, distant
from all evil character, and ascetic in all worldly matters, while
striving solely for the reward of the Hereafter. Moreover, in all his
actions and dealings, he was ever mindful and fearful of Allah.

5. Allah instilled great love for Muhammad (may Allah's blessings and
peace be upon him) in the hearts of all who believed in and met him. This
love reached such a degree that any of his companions would willingly
sacrifice his (or her) self, mother or father for him.

Till today, those who believe in Muhammad honor and love him. Anyone of
those who believe in him would ransom his own family and wealth to see
him, even if but once.

6. All of history has not preserved the biography of any person in the
manner it has preserved the life of Muhammad, who is the most influential
human in history.

Nor has the entire earth known of anyone whom every morning and
evening, and many times thereafter throughout the day, is thought of by
those who believe in him. Upon remembering Muhammad, the believers in him
will greet him and ask Allah to bless him. They do such with full hearts
and true love for him.

7. Nor has there every been a man on earth whom is still followed in
all his doings by those who believe in him.

Those who believe in Muhammad, sleep in the manner he slept; purify
themselves (through ablution and ritual washing) in the manner he purified
himself; and adhere to his practice in the way they eat, drink, and clothe
themselves.

Indeed in all aspects of their lives, the believers in Muhammad adhere
to the teachings he spread among them and the path that he traveled upon
during his life.

During every generation, from his day till our time, the believers in
this Noble Prophet have fully adhered to his teachings. With some, this
has reached the degree that they desire to follow and adhere to the
Prophet's way in his personal matters regarding which Allah has not sought
of them to adhere to in worship. For example, some will only eat those
specific foods or only wear those specific garments that the Messenger
liked.

Let alone all that, all those who believe in Muhammad repeat those
praises of Allah, special prayers, and invocations that he would say
during each of his actions during day and night, like: what he would say
when he greeted people, upon entering and leaving the house, entering and
leaving the mosque, entering and leaving the bathroom, going to sleep and
awaking from sleep, observing the new crescent, observing the new fruit on
trees, eating, drinking, dressing, riding, traveling and returning from
travel, etc.

Let alone all that, all those who believe in Muhammad fully
perform-even to the minute detail-every act of worship-like prayer,
fasting, charity, and pilgrimage-as this Noble Messenger (may Allah's
blessings and peace be upon him) taught and as he himself performed.

All of this allows those who believe in him, to live their lives in all
aspects with this Noble Messenger as their example, as if he was standing
before them, for them to follow in all their doings.

8. There has never been nor will there ever be a man anywhere upon this
earth who has received such love, respect, honor, and obedience in all
matters-small and large alike-as has this Noble Prophet.

9. Since his day, in every region of the earth and during every period,
this Noble Prophet has been followed by individuals from all races, colors
and peoples. Many of those who followed him were previously Christians,
Jews, pagans, idolaters, or without any religion. Among those who chose to
follow him, were those who were known for their sound judgment, wisdom,
reflection, and foresight. They chose to follow this Noble Prophet after
they witnessed the signs of his truthfulness and the evidences of his
miracles. They did not choose to follow Muhammad out of compulsion or
coercion or because they had adopted the ways of their fathers and
mothers.

Indeed many of the followers of this Prophet (may Allah's blessings
peace be upon him), chose to follow him during the time when Islam was
weak, when there were few Muslims, and when there was severe persecution
of his followers on earth. Most people who have followed this Prophet (may
Allah's blessings and peace be upon him) have done so not to acquire some
material benefits. Indeed many of his followers have suffered the greatest
forms of harm and persecution as a result of following this Prophet.
Despite all this harm and persecution, this did not turn them back from
his religion.

My brethren! All of this clearly indicates to anyone possessing any
sense, that this Prophet was truly and really Allah's messenger and that
he was not just a man who claimed prophethood or spoke about Allah without
knowledge.

10. With all this, Muhammad came with a great religion in its credal
and legal make-up.

Muhammad described Allah with qualities of complete perfection, and at
the same time in a manner that is free of ascribing to Him any
imperfection. Neither the philosophers or the wise could ever describe
Allah like such. Indeed it is impossible to imagine that any human mind
could conceive of an existing being that possesses such complete ability,
knowledge, and greatness; Who has subdued the creation; Who has
encompassed everything in the universe, small or large; and Who possesses
such perfect mercy.

Nor is it in the ability of any human being to place a perfect law
based upon justice, equality, mercy and objectivity for all human activity
on earth like the laws that Muhammad brought for all spheres of human
activity - like buying and selling, marriage and divorce, renting,
testimony, custody, and all other contracts that are necessary to uphold
life and civilization on earth.

11. It is impossible that any person conceive wisdom,, morals, good
manners, nobleness of characters as what this honorable Prophet (may
Allah's blessings and peace be upon him) brought.

In a full and complete manner, Muhammad spread a teaching regarding
character and manners toward one' parents, relatives, fiends, family,
humanity, animals, plants and inanimate objects. It is impossible for the
human mind alone to grasp all of that teaching or come with a similar
teaching.

All of that unequivocally indicates that this Messenger did not bring
an) of this religion from his own accord, but that it was rather a
teaching and inspiration that he received from the One Who created the
earth and the high heavens above and created this universe in its
miraculous architecture and perfection.

12. The legal and credal make-up of the religion that the Messenger,
Muhammad, (may Allah's blessings and peace be upon him) brought resembles
the engineering of the heavens and the earth. All of that indicates that
He who created the heavens and the earth is the One Who sent down this
great law and upright religion.

The degree of inimitability of the Divine law that was sent down upon
Muhammad is to the same degree of inimitability of the Divine creation of
the heavens and earth. For just as humanity cannot create this universe,
in the same manner humanity cannot bring forth a law like Allah's law that
He sent down upon His servant and messenger Muhammad (may Allah's
blessings and peace be upon him).
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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: كيف تدعو للاسلام   الجمعة أغسطس 27, 2010 7:24 pm

الاسلام والهدف من الحياة
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ISLAM and the AIM of LIFE


What is your purpose in life? What is the rationale behind
our life? Why do we live in this life? These questions frequently
intrigue people who try to find accurate answers.


People provide different answers to these questions. Some
people believe the purpose of life is to accumulate wealth. But one may
wonder: What is the purpose of life after one has collected colossal
amounts of money? What then? What will the purpose be once money is
gathered? If the purpose of life is to gain money, there will be no
purpose after becoming wealthy. And in fact, here lies the problem of
some disbelievers or misbelievers at some stage of their life, when
collecting money is the target of their life. When they have collected
the money they dreamt of, their life loses its purpose. They suffer from
the panic of nothingness and they live in tension and restlessness.






Can Wealth Be an Aim?


We often hear of a millionaire committing suicide,
sometimes, not the millionaire himself but his wife, son, or daughter.
The question that poses itself is: Can wealth bring happiness to one’s
life? In most cases the answer is NO. Is the purpose of collecting
wealth a standing purpose? As we know, the five-year old child does not
look for wealth: a toy for him is equal to a million dollars. The
eighteen-year old adolescent does not dream of wealth because he is busy
with more important things. The ninety-year old man does not care about
money; he is worried more about his health. This proves that wealth
cannot be a standing purpose in all the stages of the individual's life.


Wealth can do little to bring happiness to a disbeliever,
because he/she is not sure about his fate. A disbeliever does not know
the purpose of life. And if he has a purpose, this purpose is doomed to
be temporary or self destructive.


What is the use of wealth to a disbeliever if he feels
scared of the end and skeptical of everything. A disbeliever may gain a
lot of money, but will surely lose himself.





Worshipping Allah as an Aim


On the contrary, faith in Allah gives the believer the
purpose of life that he needs. In Islam, the purpose of life is to
worship Allah. The term "Worship" covers all acts of obedience to Allah.


The Islamic purpose of life is a standing purpose. The true
Muslim sticks to this purpose throughout all the stages of his life,
whether he is a child, adolescent, adult, or an old man.


Worshipping Allah makes life purposeful and meaningful,
especially within the framework of Islam. According to Islam this
worldly life is just a short stage of our life. Then there is the other
life. The boundary between the first and second life is the death stage,
which is a transitory stage to the second life. The type of life in the
second stage a person deserves depends on his deeds in the first life.
At the end of the death stage comes the day of judgment. On this day,
Allah rewards or punishes people according to their deeds in the first
life.





The First Life as an Examination


So, Islam looks at the first life as an examination of man.
The death stage is similar to a rest period after the test, i. e. after
the first life. The Day of Judgment is similar to the day of announcing
the results of the examinees. The second life is the time when each
examinee enjoys or suffers from the outcome of his behavior during the
test period.


In Islam, the line of life is clear, simple, and logical:
the first life, death, the Day of Judgment, and then the second life.
With this clear line of life, the Muslim has a clear purpose in life.
The Muslim knows he is created by Allah. Muslims know they are going to
spend some years in this first life, during which they have to obey God,
because God will question them and hold them responsible for their
public or private deeds, because Allah knows about all the deeds of all
people. The Muslim knows that his deeds in the first life will determine
the type of second life they will live in. The Muslim knows that this
first life is a very short one, one hundred years, more or less, whereas
the second life is an eternal one.





The Eternity of the Second Life


The concept of the eternity of the second life has a
tremendous effect on a Muslims during their first life, because Muslims
believe that their first life determines the shape of their second life.
In addition, this determines the shape of their second life and this
determination will be through the Judgment of Allah, the All just and
Almighty.


With this belief in the second life and the Day of
Judgment, the Muslim's life becomes purposeful and meaningful. Moreover,
the Muslim's standing purpose is to go to Paradise in the second life.


In other words, the Muslim's permanent purpose is to obey
Allah, to submit to Allah, to carry out His orders, and to keep in
continues contact with Him through prayers (five times a day), through
fasting (one month a year), through charity (as often as possible), and
through pilgrimage (once in one's life).





The Need for a Permanent Purpose


Disbelievers have purposes in their lives such as
collecting money and property, indulging in sex, eating, and dancing.
But all these purposes are transient and passing ones. All these
purposes come and go, go up and down. Money comes and goes. Health comes
and goes. Sexual activities cannot continue forever. All these lusts for
money, food and sex cannot answer the individual's questions: so what?
Then What?


However, Islam saves Muslims from the trouble of asking the
question, because Islam makes it clear, from the very beginning, that
the permanent purpose of the Muslim in this life is to obey Allah in
order to go to Paradise in the second life.


We should know that the only way for our salvation in this
life and in the hereafter is to know our Lord who created us, believe in
Him, and worship Him alone.


We should also know our Prophet whom Allah had sent to all
mankind, believe in Him and follow Him. We should, know the religion of
truth which our Lord has commanded us to believe in, and practice it …


Those in search of truth

Who have an open mind and heart,

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To Convey the message of Islam

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To keep in close contact with new Muslims.


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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: كيف تدعو للاسلام   الجمعة أغسطس 27, 2010 7:25 pm

الاسلام دين اليسر
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Islam, the Religion of
Ease


Allah, subhanahu wata'aala, is
the creator of mankind and therefore knows his nature more intricately
than mankind himself. Allah, subhanahu wata'aala, has therefore chosen for
us a religion best suited to the nature of mankind, a religion that goes
neither to the extremes of hardship nor of laxity, but instead provides a
middle path; in other words, a religion of ease. Allah, subhanahu
wata'aala, said;

"Allah intends for you ease, and does not
want to make things difficult for you" [2:185]; and "Allah does not want
to place you in difficulty" [5:6].

Such easiness is well explained
in the hadeeth reported by Abu Hurairah, radiya Allahu 'anhu, that the
Prophet, salla Allaahu 'alaihe wasallam, said, "Religion is easy..."
[Bukhari], he also said; "The best of your religion, is the easiest."
[Ahmad]

The easiness of this religion was put into practise by the
best of humanity, the one who came to deliver the message, as Allah,
subhanahu wata'aala, said;

"Verily there has come unto you a
Messenger from amongst yourselves, it grieves him that you should suffer
any difficulty, he is anxious for you, for the believers he is full of
pity and merciful" [10:128]

This understanding is clarified in a
hadeeth in which the Prophet, salla Allaahu 'alaihe wasallam, said; "…
Allah did not send me to be harsh, or cause harm, but He sent me to teach
and make things easy" [Muslim]. This understanding is further implemented
by the mercy sent to mankind, Muhammed, salla Allaahu 'alaihe wasallam, in
the hadeeth reported by his noble and pure wife, 'Aishah, radiya Allahu
'anhu, who said; "Whenever the Prophet, salla Allaahu 'alaihe wasallam,
has a choice between two matters, he would choose the easiest, unless it
is sinful (act)" [Bukhari].

Many hadeeths have been reported on the
matter of easiness: "Allah likes for this nation ease and hates for it
hardship and adversity." [Tabaraani].

"We have been given a
privilege over other nations... .we have been given verses that no one
else has been given, the last two verses of Surah Baqarah(chapter 2)"Our
Lord! Punish us not if we forget or fall into error. Our Lord! Lay not on
us a burden greater than we have strength to bear" After each statement,
Allah responded by saying, "I did, I did, I did"" [Muslim].

To
further emphasise this understanding to his companions, when once a
Bedouin stood up and started urinating in the mosque, the people caught
him; but he, salla Allaahu 'alaihe wasallam, ordered them to leave him and
to pour a bucket or a tumbler of water over the place where he had
urinated. The Prophet, salla Allaahu 'alaihe wasallam, then said, "You
have been sent to make things easy and not to make them difficult"
[Bukhari].

An example that illustrates this point is Salah, an act
so important and vital to Islam that the Prophet, salla Allaahu 'alaihe
wasallam, said; "Between a person and disbelief is discarding prayer"
[Muslim]. He also warned against leaving salah, even at the time of his
death, in his very last breaths before departing from this
world.

Yet in this worship Allah has also prescribed easiness. At
first, the number of prayers was fifty in number, but they were reduced
several times until they were five. Then it was proclaimed 'O Muhammad,
the order is not changed. These five are (equal in reward) to fifty'
[Tirmidhi].

Causes of hardship
If Islam is a religion of ease,
why do we find many Muslims not practising it? Why do we find them doing
very little of what they ought to be doing, and why do even those who
practise their religion sometimes find it difficult?

There
are reasons why the practice of Islam can becomes hard:

1)
Lack of piety
When we speak about Islam being easy we are, in reality,
speaking about the easiness of its acts of worship and morals. Religion by
definition means commitment and an obligation to a master. Therefore,
being a religious person means to be always aware that we are slaves to a
master, Allah, subhanahu wata'aala.

From here we see the
mistake of those who want 'ease' to mean 'doing nothing', just saying "I
am a Muslim", committing themselves to nothing. It is obvious that they
want it to be easy, but what exactly do they want? They want an easy life,
a life without any religious practices.

The idle belief of
'existing only to live' has long ago been negated by Allah, subhanahu
wata'aala. He said:

"Do you think you have been created for
nothing and that you will not be resurrected and brought back to Allah
again!" [23:115]. He also said: "Thinks man that he is left aimless?"
[75:86].

Islam is easy to practice; but those who do not understand
the reasons behind their existence, who do not understand the concepts of
religion, but meanwhile are striving to secure themselves in this life;
then surely they will find its practices difficult.

The easiness of
Islam is felt in all of its commandments. Some people find this or that
commandment hard to follow but this does not mean that the command is in
itself hard; often it is the person who is the cause.

For
example Salah, it is an easy act of worship, as Allah, subhanahu
wata'aala, has made clear:

"And seek help in patience and
prayer and truly it is (prayer) extremely heavy and hard except for
Al-Khashi'un (i.e. true submitting)" [2;45].

Prayer is an easy act
of worship except, of course, for those who do not truly submit to their
Lord; they will find it toilsome.

Why do they find it so? The
answer is that it is not the prayer that is difficult, but it is the
hearts of these people which have changed from good to bad, as Allah,
subhanahu wata'aala, mentioned:

"Verily, the hypocrites seek
to deceive Allah, but it is He Who deceives them. And when they stand up
to pray, they stand with laziness …" [4;142]; in another verse He
subhanahu wata'aala, said; "And that they came not to prayer except in a
lazy state …" [9;54].

2) Ignorance
The rules of Islam did not
come as mere do's and don'ts. Each obligation has wisdom and motivation
behind it. It should make no difference to us if the wisdom for that
particular practice is known or not, because if it is not known to us
today, then if Allah wills, He will reveal it to future generations. What
is primarily expected from us is to fully submit and implement every
command.

For example, the giving of charity, which apparently
decreases the wealth of the giver. Islam did not say "Pay charity, pay
charity", as this would not motivate people and therefore make it
difficult to act upon. Instead Allah says;

"Would you not
like to give a loan to your Lord, and this loan will be paid back to you
multiplied and you will be rewarded for it." [2:245]

The Prophet,
salla Allaahu 'alaihe wasallam, said; "Verily, wealth does not decrease
because of charity." [Muslim]

It seems Muslims often ask why this
act or matter is Halaal or Haraam. With such an attitude they will never
achieve their goal, because behind each injunction there is an aspect of
wisdom. Without understanding this, practising Islam becomes a heavy
burden. With strong belief, we do not even have to ask whether this or
that is halaal or Haraam, but rather if it pleases Allah. Therefore we
should take the rules seeking the pleasure of Allah subhanahu wata'aala,.
If pleasing Allah subhanahu wata'aala, is, always, our aim, then
undoubtedly the practice of religion becomes easy, no matter what apparent
hardships we may encounter.

3) Inappropriate
environment
It is true that sometimes we find it difficult to practise
the religion, even those who are committed to it!

The reason behind
this is that we are practising our religion in an non-religious
environment. Islam is not meant to be practised while being immersed in a
Kufr (disbelieving) society. Its practice will indeed be difficult in such
an environment. Therefore, the difficulty cannot be blamed upon Islam as a
religion, but rather on the circumstances of the society.

Returning
to our example of prayer, we see that prayer by itself is easy, but if you
have to stand alone to pray amongst non-Muslims, all of them watching you,
it will suddenly become difficult. The obvious conclusion is that the
prayer in itself is not difficult, but the environment has made it
difficult.

Another example is that of a woman who wears hijaab and
is happy to cover herself. If this were an Islamic society, it would have
been difficult for her not to be covered, or for a man not to respond to
the call to prayer and pray in a mosque. Thus difficulty is not the nature
of our religion, but we are trying to be pure in a decadent and immoral
environment. These realities are not unknown to Islam, because the
Prophet, salla Allaahu 'alaihe wasallam, already warned his companions
some fourteen centuries ago, and by that has also warned us by saying, as
reported by Abu Tha'laba, radiya Allahu 'anhu, "… Ahead of you are days
which will require endurance (in the practice of religion), in which he
who shows endurance will be like him who grasps live coals. The one who
acts rightly during that period will have the reward of fifty men who act
as he does."

The hearers said, "The reward of fifty of them,
Messenger of Allah!" He replied, "The reward of fifty of you." A companion
said about this difference in reward, "Now you find people helping you to
do good deeds, but then they will not find things to help them but they
will find things to resist and oppose them." [Tirmidhi].

So Islam
is the religion of ease. If we accept it as a religion to start with, then
we should take it with its concepts, and practise it in a pure environment
(as opposed to a corrupted and decadent one); it will then become an
easier religion to practise.

As it is not possible to have a
100% pure society, we have to strive to achieve this by being surrounded
by good Muslims. In doing this, the religion will loosen the burdens
around it.

The easiness of Islam has even been testified by
the enemies of Islam. This was apparent in the statement of the Jews at
the time of the Prophet, salla Allaahu 'alaihe wasallam, when a man and a
woman from amongst them committed fornication. Some of them said to the
others: "Let us go to this Prophet, for he has been sent with an easy law
…". [Abu Dawood].

So may Allah, subhanahu wata'aala, make us
amongst those who

"Listen to the word and follow the best
thereof, whom Allah has guided and those are men of understanding."
[39;18].

Ameen.
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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: كيف تدعو للاسلام   الجمعة أغسطس 27, 2010 7:26 pm

عيسى عليه السلام في القرآن
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JESUS in the QURAN

The Islamic view of Jesus lies between two extremes. The
Jews , who rejected Jesus as a Prophet of God, called him an
impostor. The Christians, on the other hand, considered him to be
the son of God and worship him as such. Islam considers Jesus to be
one of the great prophets of God and respects him as much as Ibrahim
(Abraham), Moses, and Mohammed. (Peace Be Upon Them) This is
conformity with the Islamic view of the oneness of God, the oneness
of Divine guidance, and the complementary role of the subsequent
mission of God's messengers.


The essence of Islam - willing submission to the will
of God - was revealed to Adam, who was passed it on to his children.
All following revelations to Noah, Ibrahim, Moses, Jesus, and
finally Mohammed (Peace Be Upon Them) were conformity with that
message, with some elaboration to define the revelation between man
and God, man and man, man and instructions. Thus, any contradictions
among revealed religions is viewed by Islam as a man-made element
introduced into these religions. The position of Jesus in the three
major religions - Judaism, Christianity, and Islam - should not be
an exception.


Although the Quran does not present a detailed
life-story of Jesus, it highlights the important aspects of his
birth, his mission, his ascension to heaven, and passes judgements
on the Christian beliefs concerning him. The Quranic account of
Jesus starts with the conception of his mother, Mary, whose mother,
the wife of Imran, vowed to dedicate her child to the service of God
in the temple. When Mary became a woman, the Holy Spirit (the
Archangel Gabriel) appeared to her as a man bringing her news of a
son. We read the following dialogue in the Quran between Mary and
the Angel:


"When the angel said, "Mary, god gives you a good
tidings of a Word from Him whose name is messiah, Jesus, son of
Mary, -high honoured shall he be in this world and the next, near
stationed to God. He shall speak to men in the cradle, and of age,
and righteous he shall be, "lord" said Mary "How shall I have a son,
seeing no mortal has touched me? "Even so, he said "God creates what
He will".


When he decrees a thing He but say to it, "Be", and it
is. (Al-Imran 3:45-47)


In a chapter (Surah) entitled "Maryam" (Mary), the
Quran tells us how Mary gave birth to her son, and how the Jesus
accused her when she brought the child home:


"Then she brought the child to her folk, carrying him,
and they said, "Mary, you have surely committed a monstrous thing.
Sister of Aaron, your father was not a wicked man, nor your mother a
woman unchaste. Mary pointed to the child; but they said, 'Hoe shall
we speak to one who still in the cradle, a little child. And he
said, 'Lo, I am God's servant, God has given me the Book and made me
a Prophet Blessed He has made me ,wherever/may be; and hi has
enjoined me to prayer, and to give the alms so long as I live, and
likewise to cherish my mother; He has not made me arrogant and
wicked. Peace be upon me, the day I was born, and the day I die, and
the day I am raised up a live. "Maryam 19:29-33)


in the same chapter, following the above quotation,
God assures Mohammed (PBUH) and through him the whole world, that
what is told above is the TRUTH about Jesus (PBUH), although
Christians might not accept it. Jesus is NOT the son of God: He was
obviously enough, the son of Mary. The verses continue: "That is
Jesus, son of Mary, in word of truth, concerning which they are
doubting. It is not for God to take a son unto Him. Glory be to Him,
He nut says to it, 'Be, and it is. (Maryam 19:34-35)


After this strong statement about the nature of Jesus,
God directed Mohammed (PBUH) to call the Christians to worship the
one God: "Surely God is my God, and your God, so surely serve him.
This is the straight path". (Maryam 19:36)


The rejection of the very idea of God having a son is
restated later in the same chapter with even stronger words: "And
they say, The All-merciful has taken unto Himself a son. You have
indeed advanced something hideous. As if the skies are about to
burst, the earth to split asunder and its mountain to fall down in
the utter ruin for that they have attributed to the All-merciful a
son; and behaves not the All-merciful to take a son. None there in
the heavens and earth but comes to the All-merciful as a servant"
(Maryam 19:88-93)


The Quran recognizes the fact that Jesus had no human
father, but this does not make him the son of God, or God himself.
By this criterion, Adam would have been more entitled more entitled
to be the son of God, because he had neither a father nor a mother,
so the Quran draws attention to the miraculous creation of both in
the following verses; " truly the likeness of Jesus, in God's sight
is as Adam's likeness; He created him of dust, then He said upon
him, 'Be' and hi was. (Al-Imran 3:59)


The Quran rejects the concept of Trinity God the
Father, God the son, God the Holy Spirit - as strongly as it rejects
the concept of Jesus as the son of God. This is because GOD IS ONE.
Three cannot be one. The Quran addresses Christians in the following
verses from the Surrah entitled "An-Nisaa" (The Women)


People of the Book, do not go beyond the bounds in
your religion, and say nought as to God but the Truth. The messiah,
Jesus, son of Mary, was only the messenger of God, and his word
(Fulfilment of his word (Fulfilment of His command, through the word
"Be", for the creation of Jesus) that he committed to Mary, and a
spirit originating from Him (was given life by God). So believe in
God and His Messengers, and say not 'Three'. Refrain, better is for
you. God is only one God. Glory be to him-that He should have a son!
To Him belongs all that is in the Heavens and in the Earth; God
suffices for a guardian.


The Messiah will not disdain to be a servant of God,
neither the Angels who are close to Him. Whosoever disdains to serve
Him and walks proud, He will assuredly muster them to Him, all of
them.


As for the believers, who do deeds of righteousness,
we will pay them their rewards in full, and He will give them more,
of His bounty; as for them who disdain and walks proud, then He will
punish with a severe punishment, and they shall not find for them,
apart from God, a friend or helper." (An-Nissa 4:171-173)


The denial of Jesus's divinity (and. For the matter,
of Mary's divinity) is presented in the Quran in the form of a
dialogue, at the Day of Judgement, between the Almighty Jesus. All
the Messengers and their nations will gather before God and He will
ask the Messengers how they were received by their people and what
they said to them. Among those who will be questioned is Jesus:


"And when God said, 'O Jesus, son of Mary, did you say
unto men, "Take me and my mother as gods, apart from God"? He said,
'To you be glory! It is not mine to say what I have no right to. If
I indeed said it, you would have known it, knowing what is within my
heart, though I do not know your knowledge; you know the things
unseen. I only said to them what you did commands me: "Serve God, my
God and your God." (Al-Maida 5-116)


Given that the Quran denies the Trinity and the son
ship of Jesus, what, according to the Quran, was the real mission of
Jesus? The answer is that Jesus was a link in a long chain of
Prophets and Messengers sent by God to various nations and societies
whenever they needed guidance or deviated from his teachings of
Moses and other Messengers. As he was miraculously supported by
numerous miracles to prove that he was a Messengers from God.
However, the majority of the Jews rejected his ministry.


In another verse of the Quran, Jesus confirmed the
validity of the Torah which was revealed to Moses, and also conveyed
he glad tidings of a final Messenger who follow him: "And when Jesus
son of Mary said, 'Children of Israel, I am indeed the Messenger to
you, confirming the Torah that is before me, and giving good tiding
of a Messenger who shall be the praised one."(As-Saff 61:6)


Note that "praised one" is a translation of "Ahmad" -
The Prophet Mohammed's name. Careful study of the New Testament
shows that Jesus refers to the same Prophet in John 14:16-17: "And I
will give you another Counsellor (ThProphet Mohammed). To be with
you for ever, even the Spirit of Truth."


The usual explanation of this Prophecy is that the
counsellor referred to is the Holy Spirit, but this explanation is
excluded by a previous verse in John: "Nevertheless I tell you the
truth: it is to your advantage that I go away, for if I do not go
away, the Counsellor will not come to you."


The characteristics of this counsellor, as can be
derived from the prophecy, are that he will stay forever with the
believers, he will glorify Jesus; and he will speak that he hears
form God. All four characteristics apply to the Prophet Mohammed. He
came six centuries after Jesus. He came six centuries after Jesus.
He came with a universal and everlasting message, fulfilling the
prophecy that the counsellor will stay forever with the faithful. He
glorified Jesus as a great Prophet. The Quran attributes to Jesus
miracles not mentioned in the Bible's Old and New Testaments, as
well as specific verses in the Quran show how the Prophet Mohammad
is rejected by Jews and Christians out of prejudice and
misunderstanding, rather that carefully study the Bible.


It is a sad fact of history that not many are
following the "straight path" to which people were called by Jesus.
He was only followed by a few disciples inspired by God to support
him. The non-believers plotted - as they would against Mohammed, six
centuries later - to kill Jesus. But God had better plan for him and
his followers, as the Quran tells us:


"And when Jesus perceived their unbelief, he said 'Who
will be my helpers in the cause of God? The apostles said, 'we are Gods
helpers. We believe in God; so bear witness of our submission God,
we believe in that you have sent down, and we follow the Messenger.
Inscribe us therefore with those who bear witness. 'And they
devised, and God devised, and God devised, and God is the best of
divisors. When God said, 'Jesus, I will take you to Me and will
raise you to Me, and I will purify you (of the falsehoods) of those
who do not believe. I will make your followers above the unbelievers
till the Resurrection Day."(Al-Imran 3:52-55)


As the above verses indicate, Jesus was taken and
raised to heaven. He was not crucified. It was certainly the plan of
the enemies of Jesus to put him to death on the cross, but God saved
him and someone else was crucified:


"And for their unbelief, and their uttering against
Mary a grave false charge, and for their saying, 'We killed the
messiah, Jesus son of Mary, the Messiah of God"…yet they did not
slay him, neither crucified him, only a likeness of that was shown
to them. Those who are at variance concerning him are surely in
doubt the following of conjecture; and they did not kill him of
certainty…no indeed; God raised him up to Him; God is Almighty,
Allwise. There is not one of the people of the book but will
assuredly believe him before his death, and on the Resurrection Day
he will be a witness against them." (An-Nissa 4:156-159)


The Quran does not explain who was the person
crucified instead of Jesus, nor elaborate on the Second Coming of
Jesus. However, explanators of the Quran have always interpreted the
last verse of the above quotation to mean that Jesus will believe in
him before he dies. This understanding is supported by authentic
sayings (Hadith) of the Prophet Mohammed may the peace and blessings
of Allah him and upon all His
Messengers.

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In
The Name Of Allaah,


Most
Gracious, Most Merciful

YOU MUST KNOW THIS
MAN



MUHAMMAD


(May peace and blessings of
God Almighty be upon him)



You may be an atheist or an agnostic; or
you may belong to anyone of the religious denominations that exist in the
world today. You may be a Communist or a believer in democracy and
freedom. No matter what you are, and no matter what your religious and
political beliefs, personal and social habits happen to be -
YOU MUST STILL KNOW THIS
MAN!

He was by far the most remarkable man that
ever set foot on this earth. He preached a religion, founded a state,
built a nation, laid down a moral code, initiated numberless social and
political reforms, established a dynamic and powerful society to practice
and represent his teachings, and completely revolutionized the worlds of
human thought and action for all times to come.

HIS NAME IS MUHAMMAD, peace and blessings of Almighty God be upon him and he
accomplished all these wonders in the unbelievably short span of
twenty-three years.

Muhammad, peace and blessings of God
Almighty be upon him was born in Arabia on the 20th of August, in the year
570 of the Christian era, and when he died after 63 years, the whole of
the Arabian Peninsula had changed from paganism and idol-worship to the
worship of One God; from tribal quarrels and wars to national solidarity
and cohesion; from drunkenness and debauchery to sobriety and piety; from
lawlessness and anarchy to disciplined living; from utter moral bankruptcy
to the highest standards of moral excellence. Human history has never
known such a complete transformation of a people or a place before or
since!

The Encyclopedia Britannica calls him "the
most successful of all religious personalities of the world". Bernard Shaw
said about him that if Muhammad were alive today he would succeed in
solving all those problems which threaten to destroy human civilization in
our times. Thomas Carlysle was simply amazed as to how one man,
single-handedly, could weld warring tribes and wandering Bedouins into a
most powerful and civilized nation in less than two decades. Napoleon and
Gandhi never tired of dreaming of a society along the lines established by
this man in Arabia fourteen centuries ago.

Indeed no other human being ever
accomplished so much, in such diverse fields of human thought and
behavior, in so limited a space of time, as did Muhammad, peace and
blessings of God Almighty be upon him. He was a religious teacher, a
social reformer, a moral guide, a political thinker, a military genius, an
administrative colossus, a faithful friend, a wonderful companion, a
devoted husband, a loving father - all in one. No other man in history
ever excelled or equaled him in any of these difficult departments of
life.

The world has had its share of great
personalities. But these were one sided figures who distinguished
themselves in but one or two fields such as religious thought or military
leadership. None of the other great leaders of the world ever combined in
himself so many different qualities to such an amazing level of perfection
as did Muhammad, peace and blessings of God Almighty be upon
him.

The lives and teachings of other great
personalities of the world are shrouded in the mist of time. There is so
much speculation about the time and the place of their birth, the mode and
style of their life, the nature and detail of their teachings and the
degree and measure of their success or failure that it is impossible for
humanity today to reconstruct accurately and precisely the lives and
teachings of those men.

Not so this man Muhammad, peace and
blessings of God Almighty be upon him. Not only was he born in the fullest
blaze of recorded history, but every detail of his private and public
life, of his actions and utterances, has been accurately documented and
faithfully preserved to our day. The authenticity of the information so
preserved is vouched for not only by faithful followers but also by
unbiased critics and open-minded scholars.

At the level of ideas there is no system of
thought and belief-secular or religious, social or political-which could
surpass or equal
ISLAAM- the system which Muhammad peace and blessings of God
Almighty be upon him propounded. In a fast changing world, while other
systems have undergone profound transformations, Islaam alone has remained
above all change and mutation, and retained its original form for the past
1400 years. What is more, the positive changes that are taking place in
the world of human thought and behavior, truly and consistently reflect
the healthy influence of Islam in these areas. Further, it is not given to
the best of thinkers to put their ideas completely into practice, and to
see the seeds of their labors grow and bear fruit, in their own lifetime.
Except of course, Muhammad, peace and blessings of God Almighty be upon
him, who not only preached the most wonderful ideas but also successfully
translated each one of them into practice in his own lifetime. At the time
of his death his teachings were not mere precepts and ideas straining for
fulfillment, but had become the very core of the life of tens of thousands
of perfectly trained individuals, each one of whom was a marvelous
personification of everything that Muhammad peace and blessings of God
Almighty be upon him taught and stood for. At what other time or place and
in relation to what other political, social, religious system, philosophy
or ideology-did the world ever witness such a perfectly amazing
phenomenon?

Indeed no other system or ideology secular
or religious, social or political, ancient or modern - could ever claim
the distinction of having been put into practice in its fullness and
entirety
EVEN ONCE
in this world, either before or after the death of its founder. Except of
course
ISLAAM, the
ideology preached by Muhammad, peace and blessings of God Almighty be upon
him which was established as a complete way of life by the teacher
himself, before he departed from this world. History bears testimony to
this fact and the greatest skeptics have no option but to concede this
point.

In spite of these amazing achievements and
in spite of the countless absolutely convincing and authentic miracles
performed by him and the phenomenal success which crowned his efforts, he
did not for a moment claim to be God or God's incarnation or Son - but
only a human being who was chosen and ordained by God to be a teacher of
truth to man kind and a complete model and pattern for their
actions.

He was nothing more or less than a human
being. But he was a man with a noble and exalted mission-and his unique
mission was to unite humanity on the worship of
ONE AND ONLY GOD and to teach
them the way to honest and upright living in accordance with the laws and
commands of God. He always described himself as
A MESSENGER AND SERVANT OF GOD, and so indeed every single action and movement of his
proclaimed him to be.

A world which has not hesitated to raise to
Divinity individuals whose very lives and missions have been lost in
legend and who historically speaking did not accomplish half as much-or
even one tenth-as was accomplished by Muhammad, peace and blessings of God
Almighty be upon him should stop to take serious note of this remarkable
man's claim to be God's messenger to mankind.

Today after the lapse of some 1400 years
the life and teachings of Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings of God
Almighty be upon him, have survived without the slightest loss, alteration
or interpolation. Today they offer the same undying hope for treating
mankind's many ills which they did when Prophet Muhammad, peace and
blessings of God Almighty be upon him, was alive. This is our honest claim
and this is the inescapable conclusion forced upon us by a critical and
unbiased study of history.

The least YOU should do as a thinking,
sensitive, concerned human being is to stop for one brief moment and ask
yourself: Could it be that these statements, extraordinary and
revolutionary as they sound, are really true? Supposing they really are
true, and you did not know this man Muhammad, peace and blessings of God
Almighty be upon him or hear about his teachings? Or did not know him well
and intimately enough to be able to benefit from his guidance and example?
Isn't it time you responded to this tremendous challenge and made some
effort to know him? It will not cost you anything but it may well prove to
be the beginning of a completely new era in your life.

Come, let us make a new discovery of the
life of this wonderful man Muhammad, peace and blessings of God Almighty
be upon him the like of whom never walked on this earth, and whose example
and teachings can change YOUR LIFE and OUR WORLD for the better. May God
shower His choicest blessings upon him!
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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: كيف تدعو للاسلام   الجمعة أغسطس 27, 2010 7:27 pm

من هو عيسى ؟
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Who is Jesus?

Without a doubt,
you have often heard the claim that Jesus is God, the second person in the
"Holy trinity." However, the very Bible which is used as a basis for
knowledge about Jesus and as the basis for doctrine within Christianity
clearly belies this claim. We urge you to consult your own Bible and
verify that the following conclusions are not drawn out of
context:

1. God is All Knowing.....but Jesus was not
When
speaking of the day of judgment, Jesus clearly gave evidence of a
limitation on his knowledge when he said, "but of that day and hour
knoweth no man, no, not the angels which are in Heaven, neither the son,
but the Father." Mark 13:32, and Matt 24:36. But God knows all. His
knowledge is without any limitations. That Jesus, of his own admission,
did not know when the day of judgment would be, is clear proof that Jesus
is not all-knowing, and that Jesus is therefore not God.

2.
God is All Powerful.....but Jesus was not
While Jesus performed many
miracles, he himself admitted that the power he had was not his own but
was derived from God when he said, "Verily, verily I say unto you, the Son
can do nothing of himself, but what he seeth the Father do..." St. John
5:19. Again he said, "I can of mine own self do nothing: as I hear I
judge: and my judgment is just; because I seek not mine own will, but the
will of the Father which hath sent me." St. John 5:30. But God is not only
all-powerful, He is also the source of all power and authority. That
Jesus, of his own admission, could do nothing on his own is clear proof
that Jesus is not all-powerful, and that therefore Jesus is not
God.

3. God does not have a God.....but Jesus did have a
God.
God is the ultimate judge and refuge for all, and He does not call
upon nor pray to any others. But Jesus acknowledged that there was one
whom he worshipped and to whom he prayed when he said, "l ascend unto my
Father and your Father, and to my God and your God." St. John 20:17. He is
also reported to have cried out while on the cross, "My God, my God why
hast thou forsaken me?" Matt 27:46. If Jesus were God, then couldn't this
be read, "Myself, myself why hast thou forsaken me?" Would that not be
pure nonsense? When Jesus prayed the Lord's prayer (Luke 11:2-4), was he
praying to himself? When in the garden of Gethsemane he prayed, "O my
Father, if it be possible, let this cup pass from me: Nevertheless not as
I will but as thou wilt." Matt 26:36-39. Was Jesus praying to himself?
That Jesus, of his own admission and by his own actions, acknowledged,
worshipped, and prayed to another being as God is clear proof that Jesus
himself is not God.

4. God is an invisible spirit.....but Jesus was
flesh and blood
While thousands saw Jesus and heard his voice, Jesus
himself said that this could not be done with God when he said. "No man
hath seen God at any time." St. John 1:18. '"Ye have neither heard His
voice at any time nor seen His shape." St. John 5:37. He also said in St.
John 4:24. "God is a spirit and they that worship him must worship him in
spirit and in truth." That Jesus would say that no one had seen or heard
God at any time, while his followers both saw and heard him, is clear
proof that Jesus was not God.

5. No one is greater than God and no
one can direct Him but Jesus acknowledged someone greater than himself
whose will was distinct from his own.
Perhaps the clearest indication
we have that Jesus and God are not equal, and therefore not one and the
same, come again from the mouth of Jesus himself who said in St. John
14:28, "My Father is greater than I." When someone referred to him as good
master in Matt 19:17, Jesus responded, "Why callest thou me good? There is
none good but one, that is God..." Furthermore, Jesus drew clear
distinctions between himself and God when he said, "I proceeded forth and
came from God, neither came I of myself but He sent me." St. John 8:42.
Jesus gave clear evidence of his subordination to God, rather than his
equality with God,when he said in Luke 22:42, "not my will but thine be
done" and in St. John 5:30, "I seek not mine own will but the will of the
Father which hath sent me." That Jesus would admit that he did not come
into the world on his own initiative but was directed to do so, that he
would acknowledge another being as greater than himself, and that he would
negate his own will in deference to affirming the will of another, give
clear proof that Jesus is not the Supreme One and therefore Jesus is not
God.

Conclusion
The Church recognizes the Bible as the primary
source of knowledge about God and Jesus. But since the Bible makes it
clear that Jesus is not the Supreme Being and the Supreme Being is not
Jesus, upon what basis have you come to believe otherwise?

My
brother or sister, the belief that the Supreme Being is a Trinity is false
and completely inconsistent with the words of Jesus as presented in the
Bible. God is one, not three. He is a perfect unity.

If you
are interested in the truth about God and your relationship to Him, we
invite you to investigate the religion of Islam.



What is
the word of God about Jesus:


A. Regarding Sonship of Jesus:
That
is Jesus, son of Mary, in word of truth, concerning which they are
doubting. It is not for God to take a son unto Him. Glory be to Him! When
He decrees a thing he but says to it "Be", and it is. (Qur'an
19:34,35).

And they say, 'The All-merciful has taken unto
Himself a son.' You have indeed advanced something hideous. The heavens
are well nigh rent of it and the earth split asunder, and the mountains
well nigh fall down crashing for that they have attributed to the
All-Merciful a son; and it behoves not the All-Merciful to take a son.
None is there in the heavens and earth but comes to the All-Merciful as a
servant (Qur'an 19:88-93).

Truly the likeness of Jesus, in
God's sight, is as Adam's likeness; He created him of dust, then said He
unto him, "Be", and he was. (Qur'an 3:59).

People of the Book, go
not beyond the bounds in your religion, and say not as to God but the
Truth. The Messiah, Jesus, son of Mary, was only the Messenger of God, and
His Word that He committed to Mary, and a spirit from Him. So believe in
God and His Messengers. and say not, 'Three', Refrain, better is it for
you. God is only One God. Glory be on Him - that He should have a son! To
Him belongs that which is in the heavens and on the earth, God suffices
for a guardian. (Qur'an 4:171)

B. Regarding Jesus being
God:
And when God said. 'O Jesus son of Mary,did you say unto men,
"Take me and my mother as gods, apart from God?" He Said, 'To You be
Glory! It is not mine to say what I have no right to. If I indeed said it,
You knew it, knowing what is within my soul, and I do not know what is
within Your soul; You know the things unseen. I only said to them what You
did command me: "Serve God, my Lord and your Lord." And I was a witness
over them, while I remained among them; but when You did take me to
Yourself the Watcher over them; You are the witness of everything. (Quran
5:116,117)

C. Regarding Crucifiction of Jesus:
And for their
unbelief, and their uttering against Mary a mighty calumny, and for their
saying, 'We slew the Messiah, Jesus son of Mary, the Messenger of
God'...yet they did not slay him, neither crucified him, only a likeness
of that was shown to them. Those who are at variance concerning him surely
are in doubt regarding him, they have no knowledge of him, except the
following of surmise; and they did not slay him of certainty... no indeed,
God raised him up to Him; God is Almighty, All-Wise. There is not one of
the people of the Book but will assuredly believe in him before his death,
and on the Resurrection Day he will be a witness against them. (Qur'an
4:156-159)

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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: كيف تدعو للاسلام   الجمعة أغسطس 27, 2010 7:28 pm

كيف تصبح مسلما
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HOW TO BECOME A MUSLIM

All praises be to Allah, the Lord of the Universe. May the
peace and blessings of Allah be upon Muhammad His last messenger.


The objective of this handout is to correct a false idea
spread among those willing to adopt Islam as their faith. Some people are
facing difficulties on the basis of their mistaken belief that entering
into the Islamic fold requires an announcement from the concerned person
in the presence of high ranking scholars or sheikhs or reporting this act
to courts of justice or other authorities. It is also thought that the act
of accepting Islam, should, as a condition have a certificate issued by
the authorities as an evidence to that effect.


We wish to clarify that the whole matter is very easy and
that none of the above mentioned conditions or obligations are required.
For Allah; the Almighty, is above all comprehension and knows well the
secrets of all hearts. Nevertheless, those who are going to adopt Islam as
their religion are Muslims with the concerned governmental agency, as this
procedure may facilitate for them many matters including the possibility
of performing Hajj and Umrah.


If anyone has a real desire to be a Muslim and has full
conviction and strong belief that Islam is the true religion ordained by
Allah (SWT) for all human beings, then, one should pronounce that
"Shahada" (The testimony of faith) without further delay. The Holy Qur'an
is explicit in this regard as Allah (SWT) has stated.


"Truly, the Religion on the sight of Allah is Islam."
(3:19)


In another verse of the Holy Qur'an, Allah (SWT) has
stated:


"And whosoever desires a religion other that Islam, never
will it accepted of him; and in the Hereafter he will be in the ranks of
those who are lost." (3:85)


In addition, Islam is the only Religion prevailing over all
other religions. Allah (SWT) has stated in the Holy Qur'an;


"And to thee. We have sent the Book in truth, (This Qur'an)
confirming the scripture that came before it, and a witness over it…"
(5:48)


Muhammad, the Prophet of Allah (Peace and blessing of Allah
be upon him), said:


"Islam is based on five pillars: testifying that there is no
God worthy to be worshipped but Allah, and that Muhammad is the messenger
of Allah and His servant; performing the prayer; paying the Zakat
(obligatory charity); fasting the month of Ramadan; and perfuming
Hajj."


The Shahada can be declared as
follows:


''ASH-HADU ANLAA ILAHA ILLA ALLAH WA ASH HADU ANNA
MUHAMMADAN ABDUHU WA RASUULUH."


The English translation is:

"I bear witness that there is no deity worthy to be
worshipped but Allah, and I bear witness the Muhammad is His servant and
messenger.''


However, it would not be sufficient for anyone to utter only
this testimony orally either in private or in public, but rather, one
should believe in it by heart with a firm conviction with the teachings of
Islam in all his life he will find himself a new born person, (or new
man).


This will move him to strive more and more to improve his
character and draw nearer to perfection. The light of the living faith
will fill his heart until be becomes the embodiment of that faith.


What would be next after declaring the testimony of faith
(Shahada) and then becoming a Muslim? He should know the real concept
underlying this testimony which means the Oneness of Allah and accept
Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), as the last of the Prophet, and meet its
requirements. He must behave accordingly applying this true faith to every
thing he speaks or does. What do the words of "Shahada" signify.


The significant point which every Muslim must know very well
is the truth that there is no God (ditty) to be worshipped other than
Allah, (Glory be Him). He is the only true God, Who Alone deserves to be
worshipped, since He is the Giver of life and Sustainer and Nourisher of
mankind and all creation with His unlimited bounties. Man must worship
Allah, Who Alone is worthy of worship.


The second part of the "Sahada" i. e. "We ashhadu anna
Muhammadan abduhu wa rasuluh" means that Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), is the
servant and chosen messenger of Allah. No one must have two opinions about
this matter. In fact, the Muslim has to obey the commands of the Prophet
(PBUH), to believe him in what he has said, to follow his teachings, to
avoid what he has forbidden, and to worship Allah alone according to the
message revealed to him.


What is the meaning of worship? It simply means rendering
sincere service; showing reverence for Allah. In a deeper shade of
meaning, it implies total submission and complete obedience to Allah's
Commandments both in utterances and actions of man whether explicit or
implicit and whether private or public.


Worship falls into two categories:



  1. Visible (manifest or outward)


  2. Invisible (concealed or inward)


Visible worship includes acts such as uttering the two parts
of the "Shahada" performing prayers, giving Zakat (Obligatory charity),
observing fast in the month of Ramadan, performing Hajj, recitation of the
Holy Qur'an, supplication, adoring Allah by praising Him, purifying our
bodies before prayers, etc.


This type of worship is associated with movement of the
parts of human body, [actions].


Invisible worship is to believe in Allah, in the Day of
Judgment, in the Hereafter, in the Angels, in the Books of Allah, in the
Divine Decree of destiny (that good and bad are determined by Allah
alone.


This type of worship does not involve movements of parts of
the body but it surely has a bearing on one's heart which subsequently
affects his way of life. (Beliefs).


It should be borne in mind that worship not dedicated to
Allah alone, will be rejected as one form of polytheism or shirk, which
amount to apostasy from the Islamic point of view.


The next step for a devotee (newly reverted to Islam) is to
purify himself by taking a bath (total ablution). He should then resolve
to comply with all the principles and rules of Islam in their entirety. He
disowns all forms of polytheism and false beliefs. He should reject evil
and be righteous. Such rejection of evil and being righteous is one of the
requisites of the motto of Islam that is, Lailaha Illal Laah.


Allah has stated in the Holy Qur'an:

"… whoever disbelieves in false deities and believes in
Allah, hath grasped the most trustworthy Handhold, that will never break…"
(2:256)


we have to consider that when we declare from our heart that
"there is no god (ditty) worthy to be worshipped but Allah." It implies on
our part of love, devotion, faith and obedience to the rules of Islamic
legislation which are legally binding on all Muslims. It is requirement of
"there is no god worty to be worshipped but Allah," to love for the sake
of Allah and to reject for the sake of Allah. This is the firmest anchor
of belief which materializes the meaning of "AL-WALA and "AL-BARA". It
means that a Muslim should love and be loyal to his Muslim brothers. He
should, as a practice, dissociate himself completely from practices of the
unbelievers and refuse to be influenced by them, both in worldly and
religious matters.


We conclude with a humble prayer to Allah that He may
cleanse the hearts and souls of those who are genuine seekers of truth and
may He bless the community of believers.
Ameen.

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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: كيف تدعو للاسلام   الجمعة أغسطس 27, 2010 7:38 pm

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