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Who Is Allah?

Who Is Allah?

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Allah is simply the Arabic name for God which affirms that He is One singular God with no partners or equals. Allah is the Creator and the Sustainer of the universe who created everything for a reason. 

Who is Allah?

Who is Allah?

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The book is dedicated to non-Muslims who desire to know about Who is Allah in brief.

God Or No God: Islamic Viewpoint vs. Atheist Viewpoint

God Or No God: Islamic Viewpoint vs. Atheist Viewpoint

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The first thoughts that cross our minds when holding something new or unique in our hands are: What is it for? How and why it came here? To whom does it belong? These questions cut straight to the essence of our being: Did we come from nothing, by nothing, and for nothing? Or are we here by design to achieve something worthwhile?

​Knowing Allah

​Knowing Allah

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Knowing Allah is what can bring about true contentment in the soul. If the individual does not know his Creator, his soul will always be yearning for something that is missing in his life.

An amazing coincidence

An amazing coincidence

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O great coincidence ..!Coincidence, mathematical possibilities and even laws are just a description of the events but they do not create events themselves and create nothing - as well as coincidence does not carry information that adjust relevance, purpose and function (every part of the universe and each part of the genetic and the cell to the other parts of the body are created by Allah the Creator).

Who is Allah?

Who is Allah?

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Allah is simply the Arabic word for 'God'. It is a name by which Muslims and even Arab Christians call him.

First Impressions: Al-Raḥmān

First Impressions: Al-Raḥmān

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The name Al-Raḥmān has a similar connotation. God unconditionally has raḥma on us. He provides for everyone, even those who reject His existence with life, sustenance, clothing, and shelter. 

Finding Allah in loss and hardship

Finding Allah in loss and hardship

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If in your hardship you rediscover a meaningful relationship with Allah, then you better believe that that hardship is the best thing that ever happened to you.

Meaning Of Saying “Alhamdulillah”

Meaning Of Saying “Alhamdulillah”

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The phrase alhamdulillah is an integral part of our deen we are taught to say it from both the Qur'an and Sunnah and most of us have this phrase in our everyday.