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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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<p style='text-align:center;'>How did Prophet Muhammad React to Personal Abuse?<br /><span style='font-size:15px;'>(Special Folder)</span></p>

How did Prophet Muhammad React to Personal Abuse?
(Special Folder)

Do you believe in Prophet Muhammad? If not, Why? Do you not agree that a person may be rightly judged by his/her reactions especially to personal abuse? ...

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Between the Responsibility for the Word and the Press Freedom

Between the Responsibility for the Word and the Press Freedom

The responsibility for the word should not hinder a Muslim from speaking up when necessary. There are some situations where Islam has obliged Muslims to speak out against oppressi ...

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Prohibition of Murder

Prohibition of Murder

It goes without saying that all divine religions prohibit murder. More than once in the Old Testament, the New Testament and the Qur’an, we find repeated condemnations of murder. ...

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Do Muslims Accept Criticism?

Do Muslims Accept Criticism?

So long as Muslims are made subject to objective criticism driven by a real desire for reaching the truth, Muslims even welcome criticism. ...

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<p style='text-align:center;'>How did Prophet Muhammad React to Personal Abuse?<br /><span style='font-size:15px;'>(Part X)</span></p>

How did Prophet Muhammad React to Personal Abuse?
(Part X)

Prophet Muhammad tried to avoid bloodshed as far as possible upon the Conquest of Mecca though its people drove him out and conspired to assassinate him ...

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<p style='text-align:center;'>How did Prophet Muhammad React to Personal Abuse?<br /><span style='font-size:15px;'>(Part IX)</span></p>

How did Prophet Muhammad React to Personal Abuse?
(Part IX)

Prophet Muhammad was tolerant towards murderers, mutilators, satirical poets, harsh Bedouins, and double-faced hypocrites ...

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<p style='text-align:center;'>How did Prophet Muhammad React to Personal Abuse?<br /><span style='font-size:15px;'>(Part VIII)</span></p>

How did Prophet Muhammad React to Personal Abuse?
(Part VIII)

Prophet Muhammad tolerated `Uyaynah ibn Hisn’s abuse and betrayal and refused to kill him though he was such a hypocrite who did not really convert to Islam ...

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<p style='text-align:center;'>How did Prophet Muhammad React to Personal Abuse?<br /><span style='font-size:15px;'>(Part VII)</span></p>

How did Prophet Muhammad React to Personal Abuse?
(Part VII)

Prophet Muhammad not only forgave but also supplicated and sought forgiveness for Shaybah ibn `Uthman though the latter was going to assassinate him ...

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<p style='text-align:center;'>How did Prophet Muhammad React to Personal Abuse?<br /><span style='font-size:15px;'>(Part VI)</span></p>

How did Prophet Muhammad React to Personal Abuse?
(Part VI)

Prophet Muhammad forgave and released the captives of Hawazin and Thaqif and refused to continue his siege to the forts of Al-Taif to avoid annihilating its people ...

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Quran Translations