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Studies In Islamic Affairs (3)
DIALOGUE OF CIVILIZATIONS : A HISTORICAL OVERVIEW
Mr Kamel Al-Sharif
International Islamic Council For Dawa and Relief
The Necessity for Dialogue:
Dialogue between different cultures is the only way to avoid
wars and establish peace among nations. This simple fact has
eluded the attention of some political leaders who thought that
peace can be imposed through force by the strong on the weak,
and this perspective we have seen in a number of world systems
that flourish for some time but ultimately flounder under the
rising resistance of subordinate nations.
The Life of The Last Prophet by Yusuf Islam
The influence of Muhammad's prophet hood is visible in everything that the world now contains: beliefs and patterns of thought, culture and civilization, morals and modes of living, knowledge and learning. In short, all spheres of human endeavor. Strange indeed, therefore, that so many people on the face of the earth today have little or no knowledge of the life and mission of this last great Prophet of God and his historical impact on the world we live in.
In this treatise the correct procedures of prayer (Salaah) are clarified for the new Muslim. The main objective of this work is to explain the steps of purification and prayer in a simplified manner in order to benefit the person who has recently accepted Islam. This information may also be beneficial for any Muslim.
Treaties of Zakat and Fasting by Abdul Aziz bin Abdullah bin Baz
The author emphasizes on the importance of Zakat & Fasting, the two basic pillars of Islam. He makes it clear that to pay Zakat (charity) and to fast during Ramadan is obligatory on every adult Muslim.
Speed of light "In Monotheism Books, why?" by Dr. Muhammad Doudah
The speed of light in vacuum c is the same for all forces including light and all other electromagnetic waves, e.g. ultraviolet, infrared, radio and TV, and may be also the gravity. It is the upper limit speed for the forces in the physical universe and it can't be reached by any matter due to the infinite energy needed.
The selected proceedings, at which the authors worked last seven years, are presented in the book. For the first time it has gathered works, which range covers the scientific and technological projects of a global scale, which base on 101 inventions, the concrete suggestions on a reform of the present unjust international system of the protection of the intellectual property, the search and analysis of reasons of the backlog of the Islamic world in science and engineering, the discovery of a new scientific signs in the Sacred Qur'an.
Proposed Medical Research Projects driven from Quran and Sunnah Prepared by Abdul-Jawwad M. As-Sawi, M.D.
Human development As Describes in the Quran and Sunnah by aothors Abdul-Majeed A. Zindani, E Marshall Johnson, Mustafa A. Ahmed, Gerald C Goeringer, Joe Lee Simpson, Keith Moore, T. V. N. Persaud.
The understanding that the human embryo develops in stages is a fairly recent discovery in modern science. Since the end of the 19th century, researchers have attempted to devise reasonably accurate terminology for classifying these stages. Until recently, it was not known to many Western scientists that the Qur'an and Sunnah, which are the sources of Islamic belief, provide detailed descriptions of significant events in human embryological development, and this terminology is characterized by descriptiveness, accuracy, ease of comprehension, and integration between description and appearance and main internal processes.
Muslims perform five prayers a day. Each prayer does not take more than a few minutes to perform. Prayer in Islam is a direct link between the worshipper and God. There are no intermediaries between God and the worshipper.
Prayers are performed at dawn, noon, mid-afternoon, sunset, and night. A Muslim may pray almost anywhere, such as in fields, offices, factories, or universities.
Here is the book how to pray, Download pdf
Invocations from the Quran and the Sunnah
The Virtue of Remembering Allah
The Prophet (pbuh) said: "He who remembers his Lord and he who does not remember his Lord are like the living and the dead." - Al-Bukhari, cf., Al-Asqalani, Fathul-Bari 11/208; Muslim 1/539 with the wording "The house in which Allah is remembered and the house in which Allah is not remembered is like the living and the dead."