Religion

Muslim Identity and theory of Self: Where living Islam failed?

There are myriad philosophical manifestations over the concept of Identity. Feminists expounded with a mere approach, explaining the identity of an Individual as a human being or a servant of god, disregarding sexual classifications. Mystic readings bounded the concept in a complete negation of material world.  Then who am I? What is the basis of our life? How needs to …

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ईद उल अजहा(बकर ईद): बलिदान और त्याग का प्रतीक

ईद+उल+अजहा(बकर+ईद)

वर्षा शर्मा, वर्ड फार पीस ईद-उल -अज़हा मुसलमानों का एक प्रसिद्ध त्यौहार है जिसे बकरीद अथवा ईद-उल-कबीर के नाम से भी जाना जाता है. यह त्यौहार बलिदान अथवा कुरबानी का प्रतीक है. हर साल यह मुस्लिम माह ज़ुल हिज्जा के दसवें दिन मनाया जाता है. प्यार का दूसरा नाम बलिदान है। ईश्वर इब्राहिम के विश्वास, उनकी निष्काम भक्ति, प्रेम और …

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We stand by the Muslim personal laws, not the self-imposed Muslim Personal Law Board: Syed Mohammad Ashraf Kichchawchchvi

Syed Mohammad Ashraf Kichchawchchvi Founder & President of All India Ulama & Mashaikh Board Hazrat Syed Mohammad Ashraf Kichchawchchvi, Founder & President of All India Ulama & Mashaikh Board has stated that while we fully respect the Supreme Court’s Judgment, we cannot succumb to the self-imposed law of the government. For a well-intentioned and well-spirited reformation in the Indian Muslim …

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Madrasatul Zahra: Regaining centre for the lost Muslim antique and prosperity

Shammas Aboobacker, WordForPeace Madrasatul Zahra Madrasathu Zahra of Said Nursi in modern context has a crucial role in shaping the lost dignity of Islam. Particularly, in offering both revealed and rational knowledge, it has acted as a centre marking return to the medieval splendor of Islam. Similarly and most notably, Da’awa colleges in south India especially Kerala, as a synonymous …

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The ideological encounter of Islamic violent Extremism on Sufism

for www.WordForPeace.com N.Muhammed Khaleel Email: mhdkhaleelaky@gmail.com   In the Muslim discourse on terrorism, for a last couple of years, the matter more debated is why the terrorism [or Islamic violent extremism (IVE)in a broader concept] Sufism  as the focal point of its attack. Taking the statistics of terrorist attacks for the last 5 years it could be noted that many …

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Hindus and Muslims live like a family

hindu and muslim unity

By Binsal Abdul Kader   Abu Dhabi: A Yemeni man who reached India for medical treatment said he felt the trip was like a journey back to his roots as he grew up around Indian culture with many Indian friends, especially Hindus, in Aden, a port city in Yemen. “We Muslims and Hindus are living like one family in Aden,” Mohammad …

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Muslims to mosque attackers: Come on in

Muslims to mosque attackers: Come on in

BY STEPHEN MAGAGNINI The day after a burnt Quran laced with bacon was handcuffed to a chain link fence outside Sacramento’s largest mosque, Islamic leaders invited the attackers to come and visit. Seemingly unruffled by the alleged hate crime, more than 7,000 Muslims from 50 nations came out in their Sunday best to celebrate Eid, marking the end of 30 …

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Why Prophet Muhammad SAW founded the tradition of Eid-ul-Fitr?

Eid

By Ghulam Rasool Dehlvi Islam is based on a social system that seeks to establish a humane, well-cultured and sympathetic society. Therefore, it stresses the importance of universal social values through different ways. Eid-ul-Fitr is one of such ways to imbibe the basic social values among people in a festive spirit. To build an ideal Muslim society, Prophet Muhammad (peace …

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