Refusing to call Jesus son of God is not done with a view to belittle Jesus. No! On the contrary, it is done to Glorify God, to magnify His name, and to proclaim His transcendent majesty.
God did not need to give us such provisions as food, water, and fire. We overlook these essential blessings every moment in our lives, and God knowing our tendencies to forget uses these verses in Surah Al-Waqia to refocus our attention on Him through His signs.
God is constantly showing us his blessings and we are asked to reflect on them. The sun, the moon, the changing of the day and night, the air we breathe, and the water we drink.
The Quran tells us a lot of wonderful things about Jesus. As a result, believers in the Quran love Jesus, honor him, and believe in him. In fact, no Muslim can be a Muslim unless he or she believes in Jesus, on whom be peace.
These are ten facts about the status of Jesus Christ in Islam, we offer them to every one who loves the Christ and his mother, Mary, peace be upon them.
How the Prophet Treated New Muslims?
The amount of action and the amazing stories that took place during the hijrah grabbed the attention away from the roles played by some Companions before the hijrah and away from the hijrah scene.
The Prophet’s love and mercy was extended to all youth irrespective of their background or religion.
Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) is the practical image of Islam. There is no way that one can get to know Islam, the true religion of Allah, without knowing Muhammad,
Gratitude has been mentioned on over seventy different occasions in the Quran. Allah almighty praises thankful servants and promises them a pleasant reward.
the Quran lay out the framework for the basis and objectives of marriage in Islam. In the ultimate Wisdom of Allah we are first told that both partners, man and woman, are created from the same source and that this should be paid attention to as it is one of His Signs.
This sermon was delivered on the Ninth Day of Islamic month of Dhul-Hijjah Year 632 A.C (10 A.H.) in the ‘Uranah valley of Mount Arafat’ in Mecca