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Monthly Renaissance | Al-Mawrid

Renaissance | May 2006

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Administrator Issue: May 2006

  Queries       Food prepared by Non-Muslims         Question: Does Islam prohibit eating food or tea, coffee, etc. prepared by non-Muslims that are not the People of the Book (Jews and Christians)?      Answer: Islam prohibits only what is haram. Other tha
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Is the Qur’an a Word of God?[1]

Administrator Issue: May 2006

  Dialogue     The following discussion has been taken from the course forum (Revelation of Qur’an) of studying Islam (www.studying-islam.org) one of our sister sites. While Jhangeer Hanif is the moderator of this discussion, Siddiq Bukhary has compiled it for publication in the journal. (Editor)    
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Radical New Views of Islam and the Origins of the Qur’an

Administrator Issue: May 2006

  Viewpoint     To Muslims the Qur’an is the very word of God, who spoke through the Angel Gabriel to Muhammad: “This book is not to be doubted,” the Qur’an declares unequivocally at its beginning. Scholars and writers in Islamic countries who have ignored that warning have sometimes found themselve
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British and Muslim1?

Administrator Issue: May 2006

  Reflections   Abdul Hakim Murad2     It is said that the 19th century French poet Mallarm can only be fully understood by those who are not French, because they read him more slowly. Converts to Islam, the subject of this essay, can perhaps claim the same ambiguous advantage in their reading of the Islamic n
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Utterances of the Prayer

Javed Ahmad Ghamidi Issue: May 2006

  Islamic Law       Following are the various utterances of the prayer: The prayer shall begin by saying اللهُ أكْبَر; Then Surah Fatihah shall be recited during the qiyam, after which, according to one’s convenience, a portion from the rest of the Qur’an shall be recited; While going
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Brief Introduction to the Contents

Administrator Issue: May 2006

  In this Issue   Jhangeer Hanif     Utterances of the Prayer Mr Javed Ahmed Ghamidi has classified the rituals that are offered in a salah (prayer) into two categories, the practices (‘amal) and the utterances (adhkar). In the prayer, utterances wield as much importance as the practices observed, and p
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