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Wednesday, July 3, 2012


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Support Free Quran Distribution  

Please support this project to fulfill the growing demand of Quran requests at IslamiCity.

Our goal is to remove misconceptions and share the spirit of Islam by letting the Quran speak for itself!

The Quran for Non-Muslims project distributes the Quran to people of different belief systems only upon request.

IslamiCity is mailing several hundred Quran packages every month.

Join us in promoting the wisdom of the Quran!

Click here to take a look at the request form. We encourage you to share this URL with your friends and relatives of other faiths.

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               Watch: Ramadan Advice by Suhaib Webb




Following Muhammad's Footsteps  
When I started to write a book about the Messenger , it was quite important for me to reconnect the academic work that we have, when it comes to talking about the prophets and messengers which are the facts, the substance and the scientific dimensions or historical dimensions, with something which is very important in academia: not only to look at the facts but to look as a fact to the way people understand their religion. It is a fact that has to do with scientific approach.

When it comes to psychology you might agree or not with facts, but at the end of the day when you speak about spirituality or religion it is important to not only look at the scientific dimensions, but the way people understand the religion, the way they deal with it, the essence and the light that they take out of their spiritual experience and the way they understand things.

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An American Date for Ramadan  

I had a date last night. No, it's not what you think: Muslims customarily break their fast with a date. Dates have a special significance in Muslim culture and tradition. Referenced many times in the Qur'an, date palms are said to have sheltered and sustained Mary while she was giving birth to Jesus, and dates were a staple of the diet of the Prophet Muhammad and his companions.

My date of choice is a Medjool date, large and plump, and I usually bring to potluck iftars a plate of Medjools stuffed with walnuts and sprinkled with powdered sugar. 90% of Medjool dates available in the US come from the fertile Coachella Valley of California, near where I grew up. In fact, southern California is one of the few areas outside the Middle East where dates are successfully cultivated. Dozens of varieties of dates are grown there. And in my humble opinion, they are the best dates in the world. 

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Quran 12:76, Faux Canvas Frame. 
Muhammad (peace be upon him). Traditional Arabic calligraphy.

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Fasting, Materialism and Time Management: Ramadan Advice by Imam Suhaib Webb  
Imam Suhaib Webb offers Ramadan advice to Zaytuna Summer Arabic Intensive students on fasting, materialism and time management. 



If you expect the blessings of God, be kind to His people.

Abu Bakr as-Siddiq was a senior companion (Sahabi) and the father-in-law of the prophet Muhammad.  (573 CE - 634 CE)


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