Tag: Children الأطفال

Protection of civilian non-combatants in Islam

April 3, 2016
Protection of civilian non-combatants in Islam

“People do not betray their covenants except that Allah will let their enemies overpower them.”

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Why did Prophet Muhammad raid caravans in Medina?

March 10, 2016
Why did Prophet Muhammad raid caravans in Medina?

“Whoever is notorious for plunder is not one of us.”

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The purpose of armed jihad in Islam

October 16, 2015
The purpose of armed jihad in Islam

“He who fights to make the word of Allah highest is fighting in the cause of Allah.”

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All human life is sacred in Islam

September 30, 2015
All human life is sacred in Islam

“Do not kill the soul which Allah has made sacred except by right of justice.”

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Honor your father and mother in Islam

September 15, 2015
Honor your father and mother in Islam

“Worship Allah and associate nothing with Him and be good to parents.”

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Understanding loyalty and disavowal in Islam

August 31, 2015
Understanding loyalty and disavowal in Islam

“The believing men and believing women are allies of one another.”

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Islam rejects the call of ISIS to murder civilians

September 24, 2014
Islam rejects the call of ISIS to murder civilians

“When it is said to them do not cause corruption on the earth, they say we are but reformers.”

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Allah loves kindness and gentleness in all things

August 6, 2014
Allah loves kindness and gentleness in all things

“Whoever is given his portion of kindness has been given his portion of goodness.”

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An-Nawawi on kindness to the poor and weak

May 7, 2014
An-Nawawi on kindness to the poor and weak

“The one who cares for an orphan and myself will be together in Paradise like these two fingers.”

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Are honor killings allowed in Islam?

April 4, 2014
Are honor killings allowed in Islam?

“Do not kill a soul that Allah has forbidden except by right of justice.”

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