• 00:48

    True Concept of Jihad in Islam

    in Islam

    Jihad means, exerting one's utmost power contending with an object of disapprobation, and this is of three kinds, namely, (1) with a visible enemy, (2) with Satan, and (3) with one's self. The Quran teaches that when war breaks out, it should be waged in such a way as to cause the least possible amount of damage to life and property; and that hostilities should be brought to a close as quickly as possible.
     
    22:40 Permission to fight is given to those against whom war is made, because they have been wronged - and Allah indeed has power to help them - 22:41 Those who have been driven out from their homes unjustly only because they said, 'Our Lord is Allah' - And if Allah did not repel some men by means of others, there would surely have been pulled down cloisters and churches and synagogues and mosques, wherein the name of Allah is oft commemorated. And Allah will surely help one who helps Him. Allah is indeed Powerful, Mighty -

  • 02:01

    The True Concept of Anti Christ - Dajjal

    in Islam

    Anti Christ (Dajjal) is not the name of one man. According to the Arabic lexicon, Ani Christ/Dajjal signifies a group of people who present themselves as trustworthy and pious, but are neither trustworthy nor pious. Rather, everything they say is full of dishonesty and deceit. This characteristic is to be found in the class of Christians known as the clergy. An- other group is that of the philosophers and thinkers who are busy trying to assume control of machines, industries and the Divine scheme of things.  They are the Dajjal because they deceive God’s creatures by their actions and tall claims as if they are partners in God’s dominion. The clergy are arrogating to themselves the status of Prophethood because they ignore the true heavenly Gospel and spread a perverted and corrupted version as the supposed translation of the Gospel. 


    If Dajjal is taken to mean someone other than the misguided preachers of Christianity, this would entail a contradiction, because the very Ahadith which indicate that the Dajjal will prevail over the earth in the latter days, also indicate that in those days the power of the church will overwhelm all religions. This contradiction can only be solved by affirming that the two are one and the same.


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  • 00:51

    Status of Jesus (as) in Islam

    in Islam

    Jesus was the last prophet in Israel. He was called the son of God, an expression that was in common use in scripture but was always employed metaphorically and in no single instance did it connote God. Nowhere in the Gospels or the Epistles is it said that Jesus referred to himself as God or implied that he was God. The expression, Lord, was applied to him but there is no evidence that those who made use of this expression with reference to him believed, or meant to convey, that he was God. It was used as a synonym for master.
    Bible, Torah and Holy Quran tells us the Jesus came as Peophet for the 12 tribes of Isralites as Messiah of Moses to implement Moses Shariah. He completed his work and passed away his natural death. He also travelled to Kashmir India in puersuite to deliver his message to all 12 tribes and thats where he died.

  • 00:36

    The objective of Man's Creation

    in Islam

    Different people being short-sighted and lacking high resolve, appoint different purposes for their lives and limit themselves to worldly goals and ambitions. But the purpose that God Almighty has appointed for man in His Holy Word is as follows:


    I have created men and jinn so that they may know Me and worship Me [51:57]. Thus the true purpose of man's life is the worship of God, His understanding and complete devotion to Him. It is obvious that man is not in a position to appoint the purpose of his own life, for he does not come into the world of his own accord, nor will he depart therefrom of his own will. He is a creature and the One Who created him and invested him with better and higher faculties than those of all other animals. Whether anyone penetrates to it or not, the purpose of man's creation without a doubt is the worship and the understanding of God and complete devotion to Him.

  • 01:09

    Religious Terrorism: Its Causes and Remedies

    in Islam

    Today, the entire world views Islam as an aggressive and terrorist religion. Often, the killing of innocent people, suicidal bombings, and terrorist activities are carried out by people who claim to be Muslims, though in reality, the rebellious actions of these ignorant people have nothing to do with Islam. Rather, the real responsibility for these malicious and rebellious acts lies with the so-called scholars of Islam, who were gravely mistaken in understanding the issue of Jihad, and considered the unjustified killing of human beings by sword a religious duty. These people, because of the distortion of their hearts, wrongly interpreting some of the Mutashabihat (complex and multifaceted) verses of the Holy Qur’an equated Islamic Jihad to rebellion, and associated self-concocted imprudent beliefs to Islam.


    "The message of Islam does not need any compulsion for its propagation. The real truth is that this rebellion has been spread by the Maulvies (Islamic clerics), who are the unwise friends of Islam. They did not understand the reality of Islam, and provided an opportunity to others to raise objections because of their concocted beliefs. The beliefs concocted by them greatly aided the Christians. If they had not deceived others about jihad or misunderstood the meaning of jihad, no one would have taken advantage of the opportunity to criticize Islam."


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  • 01:13

    Status of Women in Islam

    in Islam

    In many societies, a woman is still regarded as a second-class citizen 
    and deprived of various basic rights enjoyed by the male population. 
    Deeply resenting this discrimination, they have championed a fight to 
    obtain for themselves an equal status which unfortunately to date 
    eludes them in the more modern Western states. Whereas the 
    pendulum has swung to the extremes and has opened the way to 
    licentiousness in the modern society, the West has often regarded 
    Islamic women as being backward in a male-dominated world. 
    On the contrary, Islam was the first religion formally to grant the 
    women a status never known before. The Holy Quran, the sacred 
    scripture of Islam, contains hundreds of teachings, which apply both 
    to men and women alike. The moral, spiritual and economic equality 
    of men and women as propagated by Islam is unquestionable. The 
    specific verses of the Holy Quran, which address themselves to men or 
    women, deal with either their physical differences or the role they each 
    have to play in safeguarding the moral fibre of the society Islam 
    envisages. 


     

  • 01:00

    Islam The True Religion of Peace and Compassion - part2

    in Islam

    I would like to turn towards an issue of great importance and of which there is an urgent need to deliberate and talk about in today’s world. What I wish to discuss is something that has caused Islamaphobia in the Western and non-Muslim. There can be no doubt that this state of fear and anxiety has been fuelled by the acts of certain so-called Muslims or so-called Muslim groups. However there is also no doubt, that the acts of terrorism or extremism they perpetrate have nothing whatsoever to do with the true teachings of Islam. The very meaning of ‘Islam’ is peace, security and giving a guarantee of protection against all forms of harm and evil. Indeed, the Holy Quran declares that this is the teaching that every single Prophet of God taught.
    Islam requires Muslims to abide by its teachings and fundamental amongst them is that they must not only fulfil the rights owed to God Almighty, but just as importantly they must also fulfil the rights owed to God’s Creation. The Quran has shined a bright light on the beauty of the teachings of all Prophets by making it clear that they all drew mankind’s attention to fulfilling the rights owed both to God and to His Creation.
    How then could it be possible, that on the one hand, God has praised the qualities of all religions for urging mankind to fulfil the rights of God and of man, yet on the other hand God could enjoin the Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him), upon whom the Great Book was revealed, to not establish peace and security in the world? How could it be possible that they were instructed to cause destruction and to destroy the peace and security of the world? Certainly no wise person could ever accept this.
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  • 00:47

    Islam The True Religion of Peace and Harmony

    in Islam

    Whenever one wishes to speak about Islam as a religion of peace, the question naturally springs to mind that whereas there are so many religions in the world such as Judaism, Christianity, Hinduism, Buddhism, etc., when it comes to finding out whether Islam is a religion of peace, why should Islam be the odd one out? One reason for this is that a few years after the beginning of Islam, anti-Islamic powers began a propaganda that Islam is a religion of extremism and violence and wants to compel others into belief by means of the sword. This, of course, is incorrect. In the beginning, the Muslims of Makkah suffered persecution but they remained silent. Finally, they migrated to Madinah but there too the disbelievers hounded the Muslims and forced upon them a battle to which I will revert later. The proof against those opponents who allege that Islam was spread by the sword is that although the disbelievers of Makkah raised all sorts of objections, yet history stands witness to the fact that the people of Makkah themselves never complained that theMuslims had used the sword against the disbelievers to compel them to change their faith.
    Secondly, what has given Islam a bad name is an ugly and awful image of extremism presented, whether knowingly or unwittingly, by some Muslim groups and organizations , and these groupsunfortunately had personal vested interests. In order to see a religion’s beauties or its defects, justice requires that you should make its teachings or its holy scriptur the anvil by which to judge it, otherwise everyone would accuse every other faith willy-nilly.
    A n y h o w, let us first see what the Holy Qur’an commands to do in order to establish peace. God Almighty says in the Holy Qur’ a n :
    Whosoever killed a person – unless it be for killing a person or for creating disorder in the land – it shall be as if he had killed all mankind.(Al Maidah, Ch.5: v. 33)

  • 01:04

    Refutation To The Objections Raised on The Holy Quran

    in Islam

    In recent years, there has been a renewed intensity in 
    attacks on the Holy Quran with an objective of 
    defaming Islam and challenging its teachings. 
     
    At a religious level, Christian, Jewish and Hindu 
    scholars have sought to attack and defame the Holy 
    Quran. Part of the reason for that must be that Islam 
    fulfils the needs of the time and people are turning 
    towards Islam after examining the teachings of the 
    Holy Quran. 
     
    During the lifetime of the Promised Messiah (as), a 
    Christian priest, Imaduddin wrote a book by the name 
    of “Tauzeenul Aqwal” specifically criticizing and vilifying 
    the Holy Qur’an.


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  • 01:23

    Allegations & Objections on The Holy Prophet of Islam - Muhammad-Part II

    in Islam

     


    Hadhrat Muhammad was Allah's Messenger for all mankind (4:80, 7:159, 34:29). He was sent as a mercy for all mankind (21:108). He received revelation from God as did previous Prophets (4:164, 42:4) and he was enjoined to convey the revelation to the people (5:68). He was commanded to be alert and ever ready to spread the truth (74:2) and saw his success in the propagation of Islam during his life time (110:3).


    His message was universal (34:29) and he always yearned that mankind should believe (18:7, 26:4, 93:8). He was the Seal of the Prophets (33:41) and achieved the highest status in nearness to Allah (53:9). The Holy Quran says:


    Whoso obeys Allah and this Messenger shall be among those upon whom Allah has bestowed His favours - the Prophets, the Faithful ones, the Martyrs and the Righteous; and they are excellent companions. (4:70)


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  • 00:29

    The True Teachings of Islam is to Bring Human Closer to God

    in Islam

    In short, a true religion is of necessity -- one in which are found the two elements of pure teaching and availability of means that gradually lead and take one to God. However, these two aspects are not found in any religion except in Islam. Islam has presented the nature of God with such clarity that no other religion can match it. On the one hand the teaching of Islam is of an excellent quality and on the other, if a person brings about a change in himself, light and blessings descend upon him, even after only a day (of true change).

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