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MUSLIMS TOGETHER IN HOUSTON
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As a kid I learned things about him and did not relate with him at all, he was too divine and remote for me. All that changed when I read the book "Muhammad" by Karen Armstrong. She narrates his life from a non-religious point of view, as a civic leader of the society, a dimension that I appreciated it very much. Karen Armstrong's book is one of the five reasons I chose to become a Muslim after a lapse of nearly three…Continue
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Courtesy of Huffington Post
Author - Mike Ghouse
How do I relate with the prophet? I don't wear clothes like him, eat like him or live like him. But when it comes to respecting fellow beings, nurturing goodwill, mitigating conflicts, forgiving others and building cohesive societies, I can relate.
Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) was born on 12th day of Rabi' al-Awwal, the third month of the Islamic calendar, and the year…Continue
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The State Department has listed me as one of the stops for people visiting America to learn about our Religious landscape, interfaith trends, future of religion and pluralism. Over the last six years, I have had conversations with over 100 visitors from about 30 some nations including China, central Asian, Middle East, Balkans, and North African religious leaders and scholars.
It is exciting to…
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Join us as we celebrate the Teachings of Prophet Mohammad (P) through the Legacy of Peace and Tolerance.
Location: Holiday Inn Itasca
800 W. Irwing Park Rd, IL 60143
Time 7 P.M
Date 2nd February, 2012
By Wilfredo Amr Ruiz
Posted on October 23rd, 2012
Malala Yousufsai is a 14 year-old Pakistani girl who has raised her voice, loud and clear, for the right of women’s access to education. Her defiant activism openly challenged the…Continue
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Please note, I was not able to embed pictures, so kindly go the link below for pictures.
Ramadan day 8- Imam Barga-e-Hujjat
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I will be the first to admit that my appreciation of Islamic culture is limited by how little I actually know about Islam. I read about how Islam is like all of the other world religions in that it has a common thread of inclusion and righteousness. That fundamentally all religions are in this way, the same. I would point out that they share other similarities and also that there are some religious movements that are not at all like Islam.
Islam in today's world reminds me of the…Continue
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I am happy to reproduce below a summary of the proceedings of the "One Reality, One Humanity, Converging Paths" symposium, held in Honolulu on 9/10/11. Among others, the recommendations also suggest a follow-up symposium, possibly in Honolulu, in the latter half of 2012 or 2013. Your comments in this will also be highly appreciated. This is my first attempt to send a relatively large file (8 pages). I apologize if this does not go through…Continue
In recent years, the criticism on human rights and Islam has increased. This includes two extreme views which surprisingly both have the same claim, namely that Islam and human rights are incompatible. One group working from an 'Western secular vision ‘ which sees Islam as a religion with fossilized medieval laws incompatible with contemporary "Western human rights'. The other group consists of Muslims from an orthodox-dogmatic perspective who 'argues that the phenomenon of' human rights' is…Continue
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