Judaism

The Jewish religion is the religion of people who believed in Hadrat Moses (Musa), and people who have survived up to today from the descendants of these believers. Hadrat Ibrahim ('alaihi's-salam) was the father of Hadrat Ishaq ('alaihi's-salam), who was the father of Hadrat Ya'qub ('alaihi 's-salam). Hadrat Ya'qub's ('alaihi 's-salam) alternate name was Israil (Israel). Israil means Abdullah and Abdullah means Allah's slave. Therefore, descendants of Hadrat Ya'qub's ('alaihi 's-salam) twelve...

Belief In Allahs Existence

The young human being, a mere child as he is, begins to wonder from whence and how the things he sees around him came into existence. As he grows older, he better realizes and thus marvels at what a tremendous masterpiece the earth is, whereon he lives. When he becomes a highly educated adolescent, his wonder turns into admiration as he begins to learn of the elaboration involved in the things and beings seen around us every day. What a great phenomenon it is that men can remain and live solely...

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An article that appeared on the September 8 , 1957 issue of the American periodical AWAKE read as follows So there are as many as fifty thousand errors in the Holy Bible Recently, a young man bought a copy of the King James Version of the Holy Bible. He never expected that there would be mistakes in the Holy Bible which he thought was the Word of Allah. A short time later he saw an article with the heading 'Facts About the Bible' in the periodical Look, which he had happened to buy. The article...

Now let us examine the Holy Bible from a textual point of view to see what it is endeavouring to imbue into mankind

The passage we shall quote is from Genesis, which tells about the early human beings, the early prophets, the great prophets such as Adam, Nuh, and IbrahTm 'alaihimussalawatu wattaslTmat'. Also, it tells about the earliest Hebrew families and how they were established. It is written as follows in the initial verses of the thirty-eighth chapter, which is about Judah, the forefather of Jews And it came to pass at that time, that Judah went down from his brethren, and turned in to a certain...

Islam

Islam is a religion which is free of superstitions and silly tales it rejects fallacious miracles it accepts man not as a sinner, but as Allahu ta'ala's created slave it provides them with an industrious and prosperous life and it commands physical and spiritual cleanliness. Islam's essence is the belief in one Allah and His Prophet, Hadrat Muhammad (sall-Allahu 'alaihi wa sallam) who is, like us, a human being and a slave of Allahu ta'ala. In Islam, a prophet is a man, but innocent and...

Todays Copies of The Torah and The Bible

Today's world contains three major religions holding a belief in the existence of Allahu ta'ala Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. The international statistics obtained in 1979 indicated nine hundred million (900,000,000) Christians, six hundred million (600,000,000) Muslims, and fifteen million (15,000,000) Jews living on the earth. The remaining population more than two billion , consisted of Buddhists, Hindus, Brahmins and the like, whose religious credos do not recognize the concept of...

Conditions For Being A True Muslim

The word Islam in Arabic means self-devotion, submission, salvation, as well as peace. Imam A'zam Abu Hanifa (rahmatullahi 'alaih) has defined Islam as submission and obedience to Allahu ta'ala's commandments. If the facts stated above are read carefully, it will automatically become clear how a Muslim should be. We shall repeat them once again, below. First of all, a Muslim is clean physically and spiritually. But let us begin with physical cleanliness. In several different places in the...

Prophets Religions and BOOKS

When Allahu ta'ala created man, He granted him aql (intellect) and the power of mind and thought. Islamic scholars (rahimahum-Allahu ta'ala) 1 called man Haywan-i natiq 2 and the expression in Cartesian philosophy, I think, therefore I am, clearly expresses this fact. The major factors distinguishing man from other creatures are He has a soul besides his body he can think, assess all events with his mind he can decide by using his mind and carry out his decisions he can distinguish good from...

Now let us exemplify the inconsistencies and the contradictory passages in the Holy Bible

So Gad came to David, and told him, Shall seven years of famine come unto thee in thy land or wilt thou flee three months before thine enemies, while they pursue thee (2 Sam 24-13) So Gad came to David, and said unto him, Thus saith the LORD, Choose thee Either three years famine or three months to be destroyed before thy foes, while that the sword of thine enemies overtaketh thee or else three days the sword of the LORD, even the pestilence, in the land, and the angel of the LORD destroying...

Christianity

Hadrat isa (Jesus 'alaihi 's-salam ) is a human being like us who was born from a virgin woman named Mary (Maryam). This fact is clearly narrated in the Qur'an al-kerim, which also refers to the Ruh-ul-Quds (the Holy Ghost). But, contrary to what Christians think, its meaning is not that Hadrat isa (Jesus) is the son of God. The term Ruh-ul-Quds symbolizes the fact that Allahu ta'ala has given the Power of Exalted Savior to Hadrat isa. isa ('alaihi 's-salam) tried to convince the Jews that they...

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As it is written in Tirmuzi, Muawiya (radiy-Allahu 'anh) wrote a letter to Hadrat Um-mul-mu'minin Aisha (radiy-Allahu 'anha) and asked her to write some advice for him. She wrote an answer, saying 'May Allah's salam (greeting) be upon you I heard from Rasulullah (sall-Allahu 'alaihi wa sallam). He said If a person seeks Allahu ta'ala's approval though it will make people angry, Allahu ta'ala protects him against (harm) that will come from people. If a person seeks people's approval though it...