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Seven Wonders of the Ancient World - Discovery Channel Documentary

Added: 1596 days ago by muslimtech
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-Speaker: Dr.Mohammad moinuddin Director and professor of Nuclear Medicine of MD- Baptist hospital memphis .Islamophobes claim that Salman Alfarisi and Harith bin keldah had taught prophet Muhamamd?! so why did not they speak against the alleged student who continued learning from them while ignoring them and claiming some other divine sources for his teachings? How could Salman Al farisi (who embraced christianity for a while) become Muslim and believe in his truthfulness if he knew he was coping his teachings , claiming to be his and gave him no credits !! The Quran, which was revealed fourteen centuries ago, mentioned facts only recently discovered or proven by scientists.such as the movement of the sun in its orbit or the meeting of sweat water and salt water (even though the prophet never traveled by sea)or expanding the universe etc.It is beyond reason that anyone fourteen hundred years ago would have known these facts discovered or proven only recently with advanced equipment and sophisticated scientific methods. http://www.quranicstudies.com/articles/medical-miracles/does-the-quran-plagiarise-ancient-greek-embryology.html

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http://www.quran-m.com/firas/en1/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=374:the-moslem-qibla-in-the-holy-ancient-books&catid=60:comparative-religions&Itemid=114 Jews and the Hajj Pilgrimage: http://www.jews-for-allah.org/Jews-and-Muslims-Agree/jews_and_the_hajj_pilgrimage.htm Paran in the Bible is Mecca today: http://www.answering-christianity.com/paran.htm http://www.answering-christianity.com/que11.htm Documentary film: http://www.muslimvideo.com/tv/watch/676fa7a0ae152ce0c68c/The-search--for-the-real--Mount-Sinai باللغة العربية: http://islamegy.wordpress.com/articles/prophet-in-bible-21/ http://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/view.jsp?artid=68&letter=P http://www.sbeelalislam.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=1328&Itemid=29 http://www.burhanukum.com/article1181.html

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Egyptian archaeologists unearth 14 tombs dating back more than two thousand years.

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http://www.quran-m.com/firas/en1/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=374:the-moslem-qibla-in-the-holy-ancient-books&catid=60:comparative-religions&Itemid=114 Jews and the Hajj Pilgrimage: http://www.jews-for-allah.org/Jews-and-Muslims-Agree/jews_and_the_hajj_pilgrimage.htm Paran in the Bible is Mecca today: http://www.answering-christianity.com/paran.htm http://www.answering-christianity.com/que11.htm Documentary film: http://www.muslimvideo.com/tv/watch/676fa7a0ae152ce0c68c/The-search--for-the-real--Mount-Sinai باللغة العربية: http://islamegy.wordpress.com/articles/prophet-in-bible-21/ http://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/view.jsp?artid=68&letter=P http://www.sbeelalislam.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=1328&Itemid=29 http://www.burhanukum.com/article1181.html

Added: 3008 days ago by salam752
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http://www.answering-christianity.com/ac20.htm#links http://www.quranicstudies.com/articles/medical-miracles/does-the-quran-plagiarise-ancient-greek-embryology.html

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Laila Nasheeba is the founder and Managing Director of AlQuran Wa Sunnah Islamic Site of Learning - an online Islamic Institute- wherein she devotes her time to teaching and calling the Muslims back to the Quran and Authentic Sunnah. Laila Nasheeba is a graduate of Cleveland State University where she earned her Bachelors degree in Communications and Ancient Civilizations. She is also a certified Para-Legal. She has studied Islam with concentration in Hadiths since the age of six from various others beginning with Imam Mutawwaf Abdus Shaheed to her present teacher, Shaykh Mustapha Morsy Abu AtTayyib - who in turn gave her permission to teach from various books of Aqeedah and Hadiths, and due to her understanding of the Sunnah, permission to answer Questions about Islam Laila Nasheeba teaches Tawheed and Hadith everyday at Sunnahfollowers.net

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The History of Islam in China begins just a few decades after Prophet Muhammad (saw) began preaching Islam. Trade existed between pre-Islamic Arabia and Chinas South Coast, and flourished when Arab maritime traders converted to Islam. It reached its peak under the Mongolian Yuan Dynasty. Chinas long and interactive relationship with the various Steppe tribes and empires, through trade, war, subordination or domination paved the way for a large sustained Islamic community within China. Islamic influence came from the various steppe peoples who assimilated in Chinese culture. Muslims served as administrators, generals, and other leaders who were transferred to China from Persia and Central Asia to administer the empire under the Mongolians. Muslims also entered China from Vietnam where sizeable Muslim communities had sprung up due to Muslim rule in India. This played a large part in the creation of a large Islamic community in Yunnan, which became the largest concentration of Muslims outside of the Northern provinces. Muslims in China have managed to practice their faith in China, sometimes against great odds, since the seventh century. Islam is one of the religions that is still officially recognized in China. Uthman(ra), the third Caliph of Islam, sent the first official Muslim envoy to China in 650. The envoy, headed by Sa`d ibn Abī Waqqās, arrived in the Tang capital, in 651 via the overseas route. Huis generally consider this date to be the official founding of Islam in China. The Ancient Record of the Tang Dynasty recorded the historic meeting, where the envoy greeted Emperor Gaozong of Tang China and tried to convert him to Islam. Although the envoy failed to convince the Emperor to embrace Islam, the Emperor allowed the envoy to proselytize in China and ordered the establishment of the first Chinese mosque in the capital to show his respect for the religion. In Arab records there are only sparse records of the event. Arab people are first noted in Chinese written records, under the name Ta shi in the annals of the Tang Dynasty (618-907). Records dating from 713 speak of the arrival of a Da shi ambassador. The first major Muslim settlements in China consisted of Arab and Persian merchants. In 756, a contingent probably consisting of Persians and Iraqis was sent to Kansu to help the emperor Su-Tsung in his struggle against the rebellion of An Lushan. Less than 50 years later, an alliance was concluded between the Tang and the Abbasids against Tibetan attacks in Central Asia. A mission from the Caliph Harun al-Rashid(766-809) arrived at Changan. It is recorded that in 758, a large Muslim settlement in Guangzhou erupted in unrest and the people fled. The community had constructed a large mosque (Huaisheng Mosque), destroyed by fire in 1314, and constructed in 1349-51; only ruins of a tower remain from the first building. During the Tang Dynasty, a steady stream of Arab (Tashi) and Persian (Polsi) traders arrived in China through the silk road and the overseas route through the port of Quanzhou. Not all of the immigrants were Muslims, but many of those who stayed formed the basis of the Chinese Muslim population and the Hui ethnic group. The Persian immigrants introduced polo, their cuisine, their musical instruments, and their knowledge of medicine to China. Muslims became fully integrated into Chinese society. One interesting example of this synthesis was the process by which Muslims changed their names. Many Muslims married Han Chinese women and simply took the name of the wife. But others took the Chinese surname of Mo, Mai, and Mu - names adopted by the Muslims who had the surnames Muhammad, Mustafa and Masoud. Some Muslims, who could not find a Chinese surname similar to their own, adopted the Chinese character most similar to their own - Ha for Hasan, Hu for Hussain and SaI for Said and so on. In addition to names, Muslim customs of dress and food also underwent a synthesis with Chinese culture. The Islamic modes of dress and dietary rules were maintained within a Chinese cultural framework. In time, the Muslims began to speak local dialects and to read in Chinese.

Added: 3451 days ago by saracenproductions
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What is the contribution of the Islamic civilization to science? In the Western world's account of history, the contribution of the Muslim civilization is usually ignored. Even when it is recognized, the contribution is seen as mere keepers of ancient Greek texts, which were later passed on to Europe. However, historians of science have given an honorable place to the contributions of the Muslim civilization with regards to science. " The debt of our science to that of the Arabs does not consist in startling discoveries or revolutionary theories; science owes a great deal more to Arab culture, it owes its existence." (Robert Briffault, 1919) Diane Boulanger argues in her paper that including information about the Islamic contribution to science in science classes both in private and public schools will motivate Muslim children to become scientifically literate. The Islamic civilization has made an enormous contribution in the fields of astronomy, paper industry, chemistry, medicine, mathematics and optics. Muslims have always had a special interest in astronomy. The moon and the sun are of vital importance in the daily life of every Muslim.By the moon, Muslims determine the beginning and the end of the months in their lunar calendar. By the sun the Muslims calculate the times for prayer and fasting. It is also by means of astronomy that Muslims can determine the precise direction of the Qiblah, to face the Ka'bah in Makkah, during prayer. The most precise solar calendar, superior to the Julian, is the Jilali, devised under the supervision of Umar Khayyam. Muslim mathematicians excelled in geometry, as can be seen in their graphic arts, and it was the great Al-Biruni (who excelled also in the fields of natural history, even geology and mineralogy) who established trigonometry as a distinct branch of mathematics. Other Muslim mathematicians made significant progress in number theory. Shabir Ally holds a B.A. in Religious Studies from Laurentian University in Sudbury, Ontario, with a specialization in Biblical Literature, and an M.A. in Religious Studies from the University of Toronto with a specialization in Quranic Exegesis. He is now in his third year of PhD studies in Quranic Exegesis at the University of Toronto. Shabir is the president of the Islamic Information & Dawah Centre International in Toronto where he functions as Imam. He travels internationally to represent Islam in public lectures and interfaith dialogues. He explains Islam on a weekly television program called 'Let the Quran Speak'. The Topic: Muslims Contribution to Science A talk by Shabir Ally

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How did Jesus pray? Based on the article [Did the Jews pray as Muslims do ?!] http://www.jews-for-allah.org/Jews-an... /// Moslems prayer at: http://www.bbc.co.uk/religion/galleri... // It is worth noting that the word in Arabic for prayer is Salah and in Aramaic is SLOOTAA! Pray in Arabic is SALEE and in Aramaic is SAALEE! Go to this site and listen to how Jesus spoke! http://www.learnassyrian.com/aramaic/...

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Empire Of Faith - Tour Of Ancient Islamic Architecture: wonderful documentary about Islamic Architecture

Added: 3747 days ago by chabacha
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Part 1 of 3: (The Greatest Story Ever Told) This section explores the little known ... all foundations of the Cult of Equinoctial Christolatry (Christianity) which, unannounced to most, rests in the astrotheological belief systems of the ancient world.-- http://www.truthbeknown.com/origins.htm

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www.islamiaonline.com Dr. Bart Ehrman currently serves as the chairman of the Department of Religious Studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He was the President of the Southeast Region of the Society of Biblical Literature, and worked closely as an editor on a number of the Societys publications. Currently, he co-edits the series New Testament Tools and Studies. Dr. Bart Ehrman began studying the Bible and its original languages at the Moody Bible Institute and is a 1978 graduate of Wheaton College in Illinois. He received his Ph.D and M.Div. from Princeton Theological Seminary, where he studied under Bruce Metzger. Ehrman became an Evangelical Christian as a teen. His desire to understand the original words of the Bible led him to the study of ancient languages and to textual criticism, which in turn demolished his faith in the Bible as the inerrant word of god. He is now agnostic.

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Tour Of Ancient Islamic World

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Added: 4008 days ago by hechmfa
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This short video is a tour of major works of Islamic Architecture throughout the world. Egypt, Tunisia , Syria, Iran, Iraq..

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