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Category: Islamic Beliefs

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Islamic Beliefs is a category which deals with the articles of faith in Islam, like how God looks like in Islam, and belief in the Hereafter, and what the pillars of Islam are

<p style='text-align:center;'>Between Divine Revelation and Non-Divine Revelation in Islam and Christianity<br /><span style='font-size:15px;'>(2/2)</span></p>

Between Divine Revelation and Non-Divine Revelation in Islam and Christianity
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The Bible is not more than ancient anonymous religious writings for the most part according to Christians themselves. So, it cannot be a revelation from God ...

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<p style='text-align:center;'>Between Divine Revelation and Non-Divine Revelation in Islam and Christianity<br /><span style='font-size:15px;'>(1/2)</span></p>

Between Divine Revelation and Non-Divine Revelation in Islam and Christianity
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The revelation considered for religious texts, legal rulings, and dogmatic questions is the Qur’anic verses as well as (Qudsi) divine and prophetic hadiths ...

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<p style='text-align:center;'>Mary, the Virgin, in Christianity and Islam<br /><span style='font-size:15px;'>Between the Saintly, Devout Woman and the Mother of God</span></p>

Mary, the Virgin, in Christianity and Islam
Between the Saintly, Devout Woman and the Mother of God

In Islam, Mary is the saintly, devout virgin woman who gave birth to Jesus. In Christianity, Mary is the Mother of God or the saint who gave birth to God. ...

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<p style='text-align:center;'>The Holy Spirit in Islam and Christianity<br /><span style='font-size:15px;'>Between God (Third Person) and Angel</span></p>

The Holy Spirit in Islam and Christianity
Between God (Third Person) and Angel

In Islam, the Holy Spirit is Gabriel who is an angel. In Christianity, the Holy Spirit is the third of three persons constituting God. ...

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Islam: A Religion of Love and Peace

Islam: A Religion of Love and Peace

Throughout history, Muslims have made every effort to establish peace and serenity everywhere in all divergent fields ...

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`Eid Al-Adha (Feast of Sacrifice)

`Eid Al-Adha (Feast of Sacrifice)

`Eid Al-Adha marks the end of Hajj and commemorates Prophet Abraham's unselfish act of sacrificing his own son, Ishmael ...

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Why Muslims Perform Pilgrimage (Hajj)

Why Muslims Perform Pilgrimage (Hajj)

Pilgrimage (Hajj) is a symbol of the nature of the universe which God has created in this universe ...

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A Brief Guide to Hajj (Pilgrimage)

A Brief Guide to Hajj (Pilgrimage)

Hajj (pilgrimage) includes Ihram, Talbiyah, Tawaf, Sa`i, spending night at Mina, standing at Arafat, spending night at Muzdalifah, throwing Jamarat (pebbles), and sacrifice ...

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Hajj (Pilgrimage) in the Bible

Hajj (Pilgrimage) in the Bible

Hajj (pilgrimage) is such an act of worship which is prescribed by all Abrahamic religions. Hajj in its Islamic form is stated in the Bible. ...

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An Introduction to Hajj

An Introduction to Hajj

Hajj was not innovated by Islam. It was rather initiated by Prophet Abraham. Hajj is obligatory for each capable Muslim once in one’s lifetime. ...

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Quran Translations