Q: I am told that to celebrate thanking is ok bcuz we celebrating the past years harvest. So if this is my intention can I do it? Can I have friends over to celebrate as Dawah? (text from 480 area code) Continue reading
Category Archives: Comparative Religion
my question is, as a muslim male we are allowed to marry woman from “people of the book” which means christians and jews. i was wondering if muslim point of view considers LDS mormons as christians too. considering LDS mormons proudly believes they are christians and their core morals and values are a lot similar to muslims.
thank you. Time: Friday November 12, 2010 at 12:48 pm Continue reading
I am a person who believes in all forms of higher powers, Allah being one of the positive gods I have been studying.
This might seem like a stupid question,but please have patience with me as I am of the western culture.
Does Allah have his followers believing in 2012 as being the end of a paradigm, Rather, it is the end of the world as we know it and the beginning of a whole new way of being, a whole new culture, and a whole new path for humanity, and not as the end of the world like some would have us believe?
Time: Tuesday May 11, 2010 at 6:32 pm
I had a question regarding your 04/23/2010 Friday English speech… this question is not only to better my own understanding but to elaborate further on a specific topic to rid any confusion that was caused or chaos it may have created in the minds of especially those who are not fully educated on the 12 commandments. 1st commandment-“You shall have no other gods before Me” and you also quoted it and said that God says that he is a jealous God? can you please elaborate on this to further clarify so that we can better understand the relationship between the 12 commandments and Islam. Why does God say he is a jealous God? Maybe the God and Goddesses are jealous but Allah is in no need of anything or anyone nor is he is need of our worship and is definitely free from jealousy? please explain Continue reading
As Salaamu Alaikum
Although we Muslims don’t make a celebration of birthdays, is there anything wrong with a simple acknowledgment of the fact that a person is another year older and extending Best Wishes, or simply saying “Happy Birthday”(no gift, no card, no cake with candles, no balloons…etc.)? If a Muslim gets an invitation to a non-Muslim’s birthday party, would it somehow be un-Islamic to attend?
What about giving a gift for no particular reason, as a random act of kindness, or giving a gift of something useful that you know the recipient can appreciate and use, or maybe even something that he/she actually needs? Continue reading