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The Religion Of Islam
Galwash A. Ahmed | Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 193 | Size: 2.5 MB
The Arabic word Islam literally means ‘surrender’ or ‘submission.’ Islam, as a faith, means total and sincere surrender to God so that one can live in peace and tranquility. Peace (Salam in Arabic, Shalom in Hebrew) is achieved through active obedience to the revealed commandments of God, for God is The Just, The Peace. The name Islam is universal in meaning. Islam is not named after a tribe of people or an individual, as Judaism is named after the tribe of Judah, Christianity after Christ and Buddhism after Buddha. Islam is not a name chosen by human beings; it was divinely communicated from God. Islam is a global faith, not of the East or the West. Islam is a complete way of life, implying total submission to God. One who surrenders his or her will to God, voluntarily, is called a Muslim. It was not Muhammad (SAW) but Adam (S.A) who first brought Islam to humanity. Then, each Prophet and Messenger came to exhort the people to a clear understanding of God’s commandments. They offered teachings relevant to that time, until God chose the final Prophet, Muhammad (SAW), to come with the Last Testament referred to as the Qur'an. Allah is an Arabic word, meaning ‘The One and Only True Deity’, the proper name of The One who created the heavens and the earth. Arabic-speaking Jews and Christians also call God by the name Allah. For a Muslim, Allah is the greatest and most inclusive of names for God, denoting The One who is adored in worship, The One who created all that exists.



The Religion Of Islam - Volume 1

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Contents:

BookI
HISTORY OF THE ARABS
A Summary
Their Religion
Their Character and Manners
Their Accomplishments
The Branches of Knowledge
Cultivated by the Arabs Before Islam
The City of Mecca

BOOK II
THE LIFE OF PROPHET MOHAMMED
I. BIRTH AND EARLY YEARS
II - THE BEGINNING OF MOHAMMADAN REVELATION
III Mohammed's Mission
IV The Pagan Arabs Sacred Idols
V The Prophet at Medina
VI The Peace of Hudeibiya
VII The Conquest of Mecca
VIII The Person and Character of the Prophet Mohammed
IX The Real Motives of the Prophet
X Attacks of Christian Divines against the Private Character of the Prophet
XI. The Social Changes Brought about by the prophet
XII. The Political Organization Wrought by the Advent of Islam
XIII The Political System of Islam
XIV The Social Organisation of Islam
XV Refutation of Certain False Changes by Prejudiced Writers against Islam
1."Force and Compulsion were Employed for the Dissemination of Islam
2. Mohammedanism: A Religion of Sex"Indulgence"
3- Islam and Polygamy
XVI The Status of Women in Islam
1. The Object of Marriage
2. Marriage and Divorce
3. The Guardian and the Consent of the Bride
4. The Inequality of the Two Sexes with regard to Divorce
5. Limitations of Divorce
6. Islam's Suggestions for Reconciliation

Book III Exposition of the Religion of Islam

Section I. Beliefs
Section II. Devotion
Section III. Transactions
Section IV. Moralities
Section V. Punishments

Digest of Islam Creed
1. Belief in God

What God is not
God's Life and Power
God's Knowledge
God's will
God's Hearing and Sight
God's Word
God's Works
Unity of God.


1. Proofs of His Existence:

God's Omnipresence asserted
God's Omnipotence
Creator of all things
Perfect in His Works.
The Light of Heaven and Earth
Provides for All
His Words are Countless.
Has no Offspring
Created all Beings
The Existence of God

2. Belief in the Angels of God

3. Belief in the Scriptures of God

The Koran
1.Calling the Jews and Christians to come to agreement with the Moslems
2. Ordering the Prophet to Praise God
3. Right and Wrong
4. Belief of the Faithful

Islam and the Four Gospels

1. St. Luke's Gospel
2.The Gospel of St. Matthew and that of St. Mark
The Four Gospels
Gospels:
Some Important Discrepancies
Interpolations
Ascension

The Koran

The Koranic Conception of Man
The Frailties of Human Nature
The Koran and the Doctrine of Personal Holiness

4. Belief in the Apostles of God
(1) Promised to Mary
(2) Birth of Jesus
One of the Miracles of Jesus
The Mission of Jesus
Jesus not Crucified
Jesus and the Divinity
The Trinity Condemned
Contradictory Teachings of Christianity from Moslem's Point of View
The Godhead of Jesus Condemned by Islam
What Jesus Says about himself in Relation to his Alleged Divinity
Priestcraft and Islam
Supposed Divinity of Jesus
Canon Barnes on the Old Testament
Was Christ Divine?
Biblical Prophecies as Referring to the Advent of the Prophet Mohammed

5. The Belief in the Day of Resurrection

6. Predestination

Conclusion





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7 PART I- PRACTICAL DEVOTIONS
7 I- PRAYERS TO GOD
9 Prayer – A Principle of Action
12 Time of the Five Stated Prayers
12 Aim of the Prayers
12 Muslim Prayer – A Spiritual Diet
14 Description Of The Muslim Prayers
14 Ablution
16 Purification
16 How the Prayer Service is Performed
24 The Stated Daily Prayers
26 The Friday Prayer Service
26 The Qunut
27 Special Service

30 II- ZAKAT OR LEGAL ALMS
31 Zakat
31 (a) Camels
31 (b) Bulls, Cows and Buffaloes
32 (c) Sheep and Goats
32 (d) Horses
32 (e) Silver
33 (f) Gold and Silver Ornaments
33 (g) Cash, Bank-notes, etc.
33 (h) Articles of Merchandise
33 (i) Mines or Buried Treasures
33 (j) Fruits of the Earth
34 Expenditure of Income from Zakat
35 Supplementary Notes

37 III- FASTING
40 IV- PILGRIMAGE
40 Pilgrimage As A Fundamental Institution
41 Certain Rites of the Institution
42 Sunni Way of Performing ThePilgrimage
47 Summary Of The Fundamental Enjoinments Relating To Pilgrimage
48 Stanley Lane Pool’s Comments
49 PART II- TRANSACTIONS

49 V- MARRIAGE
51 Marriage – A Civil Contract
52 Kinds Of Divorce
52 Different Forms of Divorce
53 Prohibited Marriages
53 Suggested Reconciliation
Suggested Reconciliation
Prohibited Marriage Relations In Islam
Religious Ceremony On The Occasi
Inequality Of The Two Sexes Regarding Divorce
Limitation of DivorceIslamic
Legal Status of a Married Woman


VI- NHERITANCE
Law of inheritance
Gifts And Donations
Points of Contact
A Legal Heirs And Sharers
B Residuaries
C Distant Kindred

VII- SALE AND USURY

Usury
Lawful Transactions
Koran Enjoinments Relating to Trade and Usury
VIII- OWNERSHIP
Kinds And Divisions Of Property Ownership
Divisions of Waqfs
PART III- PENAL LAWS


IX- CRIMINAL INTENTIONAL INJURY

Crime Of Murder

X- ADULTERY
Punishment For Slander
XI- THEFT AND ROBBERY
XII- DIVISIONS OF PUNISHMENT
XIII- DISCRETIONARY CORRECTION OR TA?ZIR
XIV- SINFUL ACTS

Classification
Permissible And Prohibited Food
PART IV- MORALITIES
XV- MUSLIM ETHICAL BASIS OF SOCIAL LIFE
Position Of Women In Islam
XVI- MUSLIM ETHICS AND MORALITIES
Directions Relating to Reformation of Man's External Life
XVII -THE MORAL CONDITIONS
Chastity
Honesty
110 Peacefulness
111 Politeness
112 Forgiveness
113 Goodness
115 Courage
116 Veracity
117 Patience
118 Sympathy

119 XVIII- TRUE BELIEVERS

119 Their Manners And Characters As Described In The Koran
122 PART V- MUSLIM JURISPRUDENCE AND THEOLOGY

122 XIX- KORAN AND JURISPRUDENCE

124 XX- KORAN - FIRST SOURCE OF JURISPRUDENCE

126 Divisions Of The Koran
127 Orientalists Reviewing The Koran
128 XXI- THE TRADITIONS- SECOND SOURCE OF
JURISPRUDENCE

129 XXII- TRANSMISSION OF HADITH IN PROPHET’S LIFETIME

130 Why Hadîth Was Not Generally Written

131 XVIII- THE EARLIEST PRESERVATION OF TRADITIONS

131 Collection of Hadith (First Stage)
132 Collection of Hadith (Second Stage)
134 Collection of Hadith (Third Stage)
135 Collection of Hadith (Fourth Stage)
135 Collection of Hadith (Fifth Stage)
138 XXIV- THE KORAN IS THE GREATEST TEST FOR JUDGING
HADITH
139 XXV- THE STYLE OF COMPOSITION EMPLOYED IN THE
IMPARTING OF TRADITIONS

140 XXVI- DEGREES OF AUTHENTICITY OF THE NARRATORS

141 XXVII- RULES FOR DISTINGUISHING FALSE TRADITIONS

143 XXVIII- IJMA’ - THE THIRD FOUNDATION OF ISLAMIC LAWS

144 Establishment of Ijtihad
145 The Four Great Divine Doctors
147 Different Methods Forming New Laws

147 XXIX- DEGREES OF IJTIHAD

148 ‘Qiyas’ or Analogy
149 Istihsan or Equity
149 Istislah or Public Good
149 Istidlal or Inference
150 Ways of Inferring “Ijma”

151 PART VI- JIHAD

151 XXX- THE RELIGIOUS DEFENSIVE WARFARE

151 Koranic Verses on Jihad
156 Observance of Jihad

156 XXXI- MISCONCEPTION OF THE DUTY OF JIHAD

157 Islam Was Not Spread By Force
158 Fearful Wars of The Christian Clovis

159 XXXII- PAYMENT OF TRIBUTE CALLED "JIZIA"

160 Islam, Jizia or The Sword
161 Directions Relating to War
162 Treatment of The Prisoners of War
163 Prisoners of War Not Slaves
164 War as a Struggle to Be Carried on Honestly

165 PART VII- SPIRITUAL ASPECT OF ISLAM

165 XXXIII- THE TREASURES OF HAPPINESS

165 1- The knowledge of self.
171 2- The Knowledge of God
177 3- The Knowledge of This World
180 4- The Knowledge of The Next World
184 5- The three Stages of Man’s Development
189 6- Self Examination The Recollection and Love of God


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