Tag: Faith

Muslims help rebuild Catholic church in Zamboanga – Philippines

By Julie S. Alipala Newsinfo.inquirer.net Saturday, December 14th, 2013   ZAMBOANGA CITY – Christian residents of this city’s Santa Catalina district found nothing unusual about Muslims bearing carpenters’ tools — until they realized the Muslims had volunteered to help rebuild a Catholic chapel. “We thought they were just looking for damaged mosques to rebuild,” said Jimmy… Read More ›

Atheism: Intelligent Design – Coincidence

Atheism Intelligent Design – Coincidence 

Swarn Kaur Birdee, middle, of the Sikh group, speaks as Lalli Singh, a Sikh, left, and Rhonda Gilmore of the Christian group listen during a meeting of Sikhs, Muslims and Christians at the Islamic Center of Williamson County. / Sanford Myers / The Tennessean

Sikhs, Muslims & Christians meet at Franklin Mosque to Educate, Understand

By Vicki Travis FRANKLIN — Three groups of three Sikhs, three Muslims and three Christians met Sunday to share their faith and then, like any good gathering, share a meal. The session was the final in a series of interfaith scripture dialogue circles — a structured time to share scriptures from each tradition. “This was very powerful,”… Read More ›

Sparing the life of an ant is a favour that even Prophets can’t appreciate without God’s help

By PropheticGuidance [Facebook page]   Sparing the life of an ant is a favour that even Prophets can’t appreciate without God’s help. Allah Almighty said: “And when they came to the Valley of the Ants, one ant said, ‘Ants! Go into your homes, in case Sulaymān and his hosts unwittingly crush you.’ Sulaymān smiled broadly at… Read More ›

Anti-Muslim messages found in books left at Bothell mosque

Christine Willmsen Worshipers at the Islamic Center of Bothell are fearful of what may happen next after discovering 10 books with hate-motivated language in the mosque’s parking lot Saturday. Bothell police are investigating the incident and other incidents that have happened at the mosque in recent months. Sunday, the Washington chapter of the Council of… Read More ›

Ahmed-Zaid: Interfaith room nurtures religious tolerance, respect

BY DR. SAID AHMED-ZAID A few weeks ago, I was invited to the College of Idaho to witness the inauguration of the first ever interfaith room in one of the dormitories. Prior to the actual inauguration of this space, I sat on a panel with five other representatives from the Buddhist, Jewish, Catholic, Presbyterian and… Read More ›

Those who believe are responsible for exercising justice in an undivided manner both to earn Allah‘s approval, to lead their lives in peace and security

What Does Islam Teach about Justice?

Harun Yahya The true justice described in the Qur’an commands man to behave justly, not discriminating between people, protecting others’ rights and not permitting violence, no matter what the circumstances, to side with the oppressed against the oppressor and to help the needy. This justice calls for the rights of both parties to be protected… Read More ›

Presidential Quotes on Islam & Muslims

By ICNA Staff Writer February 17, 2014 – This President’s Day, see what US Presidents have said about Islam and Muslims. Barack Obama “Islam has always been a part of America’s story…and since our founding, American Muslims have enriched the United States”. “Islam has demonstrated through words and deeds the possibilities of religious tolerance and… Read More ›


A Person who reminds you to ‘fear Allah’ is your true companion worth more than anything and everything this World can possibly offer. — Abu Maryam

Why can’t all good people go to heaven?

Why-Islam presents a question that many people ask – Why can’t all good people go to heaven? This question makes several assumptions. Watch this video for an answer by brother Nouman Ali Khan.