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 In The Name Of God, the Most Gracious the Most Merciful

Tuesday, December 11, 2012


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Memorize the Quran with IslamiCity  
A simple online tool to help children and adults memorize the Quran.
  • This tool helps, both children and adults, learn the proper recitation and memorization of the Holy Quran.

  • In addition to the Arabic script, verse-by-verse transliteration and translation in English is also provided.

  • Listen to world renown Sheikh Siddiq Minshawi's beautiful recitation of the Holy Quran.

Click Here to Start Quran Memorizer

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The story of the boy and the king  

Prophet Muhammad  said:

Among the people who came before you, there was a king who had a sorcerer, and when that sorcerer became old, he said to the king:

"I have become old and my time is nearly over, so please send me a boy whom I can teach magic.''

So, he sent him a boy and the sorcerer taught him magic. Whenever the boy went to the sorcerer, he sat with a monk who was on the way and listened to his speech and admired them.

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Since reading Muhammad Asad's "The Road to Makkah", I have become fascinated with exploring the perspectives non-Muslims and converts have on Islam and life generally. Being born Muslim, many of us take for granted the way we think and act, rarely paying attention to the reasons why. We casually assume every person to be the same as us, unable to fathom the nuances between different perspective, the rationality behind their thought or the background with which they speak. What Asad brought to light in his book was a perspective on life which underlies all these different issues, something I had rarely ever considered before; change.

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Allah, Muhammad and Shahada. About 33 x 13 inches Faux Canvas Frame.
The Carpet Merchant, 1887. Faux Canvas Frame.
Bud Vase: Engraved with ALLAH. Size 8.25 x 2 x 2 inches.

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'None among you can get into Paradise by virtue of your deeds alone.'  They said: 'Allah's Messenger, not even you?' Thereupon he said, 'Not even I, but Allah should wrap me in His Grace and Mercy.'

Prophet Muhammad   (570 CE - 632 CE)


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