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History of Islam

The history of Islam in Russia

Official history not only does not disclose for the masses the origin of Rus and the Slavs, but also for a long time tried to hide the influence of other faiths on the formation of the culture of our country. We bring to the attention of readers the material testifying to the acceptance and existence of Islam in Russia.
 
 

Stories of early companions

Source : Islamic Knowledge / 10 Sep 2014

The early followers have the distinction of believing the truth from our Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon), before embracing Islam became popular in the Arabian Peninsula. Additionally, many of them suffered severe tortures from the blasphemers, simply because they believed our Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon), loved God, and worshipped their Creator correctly.

 

Who Were the Kharijis?

Source : Lost islamic history / 02 Sep 2014

Throughout Islamic history, groups have arisen from time to time advocating radically new and divergent ways of thinking about the religion. One of the most radical and violent of these groups emerged during the political mayhem of ‘Ali’s caliphate, which lasted from 656 to 661. Known as the Kharijis, they emerged from a radical political position and went on to develop particularly extreme beliefs that put them at odds with most Muslims. While they never became a major political or religious force in the Muslim world, they had major impact on their own times and their ideology has been replicated numerous times by other fringe groups throughout the past 1400 years.

 

Things that made the Prophet (pbuh) angry

Source : IslamAwareness / 01 Sep 2014

We mentioned earlier that the Prophet (peace be upon him) never got angry for anything personal. No matter what unbelievers said about him, leveling any false accusations against him, he would always control himself, showing no sign of overreaction. Indeed, he kept his cool in all situations. However, if some violation of the limits God has ordered to be observed, the Prophet (peace be upon him) could be very angry, and his anger showed in his face.

 

The battle of Al-Jisr and Yawmul

Source : Islamic Knowledge / 18 Aug 2014

All praise is due to Allaah, the Lord of the worlds. May Allaah raise the rank of Prophet Muhammad and all the Prophets before him and protect his nation from that which he fears for them.

 

Journey to Ta’if

Source : Seerah / 01 Jul 2014

The death of Abu Talib signaled the beginning of a difficult period for the Prophet (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam). None of the Qurayshites dared touch the Prophet (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) during the lifetime of Abu Talib, but now the restraint was gone. In one instance, dust was thrown over his head.

 

Imam Abu Hamid al-Ghazali

Source : WhitetheadPress / 29 Jun 2014

Abu Hamid ibn Muhammad ibn Muhammad al-Tusi al-Shafi’i al-Ghazali (or al-Ghazzali) was born in 450/1058, in Tus (located in present-day Iran).

 

How 'Umar ibn Al Khattab became Muslim

Source : Seerah.net / 21 Jun 2014

Islam was then further strengthened by the conversion of ‘Umar (radhiallahu ‘anhu) to the truth as brought about by the Prophet of God (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam).

‘Umar (radhiallahu ‘anhu) was one of the nobles of the Quraysh, broad-shouldered, tall and brave. He was feared and respected by all. How the Prophet (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) wished that he should accept Islam, as he often prayed to God for showing him the right path.

 

Prophet Hud and the People of `Ad

Source : Islam Awareness / 28 May 2014

The people of 'Ad lived many years in the windswept hills of an area between Yemen and Oman. They were physically well built and renowned for their craftsmanship especially in the construction of tall buildings with lofty towers. They were outstanding among all the nations in power and wealth, which, unfortunately, made them arrogant and boastful. Their political power was held in the hand of unjust rulers, against whom no one dared to raise a voice.

 

Prophet Salih (pbuh) and his camel

Source : IslamAwareness / 22 May 2014

After the destruction of the Ad, the tribe of Thamud succeeded them in power and glory. They also fell to idol-worshipping. As their material wealth increased so, too, did their evil ways while their virtue decreased. Like the people of Ad, they erected huge buildings on the plains and hewed beautiful homes out of the hills. Tyranny and oppression became prevalent as evil men ruled the land.

 
 

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