What will Prophet Jesus do when he returns?

A Hadith of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) At the end of time, Isa (Jesus) (Upon whom be peace) will come and will act in accordance with the Shari’a of Muhammed (PBUH),” (Bukhari, Mazaalim: 31; Buyu’:102, Muslim, Iman, 242,343, Ibn Majah, Fitan:33) …..) The Hadith indicates that at the end of time the religion of Christianity will be purified and divest itself of superstition in the face of the current of unbelief and atheism born of Naturalist philosophy, and will be transformed into Islam. At this point, just as the collective personality of Christianity will kill the fearsome collective personality of irreligion…

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Prophet Jesus will come back

The Qur’an says: Jesus (peace be upon him) will come back Isa (Jesus) alayhissalam was created not having a father, talked in the cradle, and was a great prophet sent to children of Israel. Jewish people wanted to kill him in his prophethood, but Allah (SWT) protected him from their harm and raised him to the heavens alive. He will come back to the world again in the End Times, participate to the ummah of last prophet, practice within last prophet’s sharia and spread Islam all over the world. Then…

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Understanding Trinity???

A couple of weeks ago, not so long before the spring showed up in Cambridge, I came across with a gentleman near the park road talking to one of my friends. After greeting I joined them. Having heard them speaking about Christianity, I don’t know how they started, but it was not too hard to guess where the topic was going to. As the gentleman was eloquent and well-behaved, my friend was, in response, at least as much kind and friendly as his friend was. Honestly speaking, I heard laymen…

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Hijra and its Consequences

Hijra Hijra is the event that Meccan Muslims emigrated to Medina between July and September in 622. Upon receiving permission from the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), the companions emigrated to Medina in groups. Amir bin Rabia and his wife Layla bint Hamsa are the first ones setting out for Hijra. The only purpose of the Prophet (PBUH) and his companions, who had to leave the territories where they were born and grew up, was to go to a city where they could practice and spread Islam better. The Way to Hijra…

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Corporal Resurrection in the Qur’an

The resurrection phenomenon, that is to be revived after death, has been known to human kind since Prophet Adam (ALAYHISSALAM) who is the first man and the first prophet. The human mind mostly has been unable to comprehend that extraordinary truth. The geniuses like Ibn Sina (Avicenna) had to admit that they accepted that truth as a narration just because it is mentioned in the Qur’an but it is impossible to explain it reasonably. Yet, there are rational proofs for resurrection as well as scriptural proofs. However, in this article…

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My name is World

Do you remember that we were taught that the angle of tilt of the Earth’s axis is 23° 27′, and it is not round but oblate ellipsoid or geoid? (It is a nice tewafuq that the 23 coincides with Qur’an’s revelation time and 27 with the Night of Power which is the beginning of revelation.) I wonder why Hakim Dhul Jalal (All Wise One of Magnificence), who does everything with absolute wisdom, has created the magnificence guest house (world) in this tilt. If we were to ask the material reasons…

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KHUSHU AND KHUDHU IN SALAH

Khushu (Humility) means veneration and involves submission and bowing down through expressing one’s reverence. According to one’s view, it has an identical meaning with that of khudhu (veneration). According to another view, khudhu (veneration) refers to showing humbleness with your body, namely with your limbs, while khushu particularly means showing one’s humility and submission through voice and eyes. Khudhu is also used to express tranquillity and abasement. It is stated in Sura al-Taha, verse 108: “All sounds shall humble themselves in the Presence of (Allah) Most Gracious.” (Kamus al-Muhit Translation,…

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ABCD of Halal Food

To maintain a balance between the requirements of the body and soul, Islam has laid down simple dietary rules. Islam allows people to eat what is Halal (lawful) and Tayyab (good): “O Mankind! Eat of that which is lawful and good in the earth, and follow not the footsteps of the devil. Lo! He is an open enemy for you.” (al-Qur’an 2:168) For the food to be halal (lawful), it must meet the following criteria: (1) The food must be earned / acquired lawfully; (2) The food must conform to…

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Allah

This name is private and particular for Rabb al Alamin[ رب العالمىن], (the Lord of the realms), Who has the  most beautiful names and attributes and Who has created the universe and Who is Wajib al Vujud [ واجب الوجود ] and Who deserves all prayers and praises and the One except for Him there is no god. The name “Allah” which is called also Lafza-i Jalal [لفظهء جلال] (phrase of majesty), Lafzullah[ لفظ الله], Lafzatullah [ لفظة الله ] is a name particular to Rabbul Alamin [رب العالمىن], (the…

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A Window to the Garden of Paradise

Death; with the common meaning “the cessation of life.” Grief, sadness, sorrow are what is left for the ones stay behind. As for the person who dies he is either in peace or turmoil but wished to be in the first one. What do we do when we hear a loved close friend of us has just passed away? We get surprised. We don’t want to believe this idea. That first reaction most probably would be “Really? Are you serious? How and When?” These questions indicate that this news affect…

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