4 edition of A Journey Through Life In Islam found in the catalog.
|Statement||Bloomsbury Publishing PLC|
|Publishers||Bloomsbury Publishing PLC|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 78 p. :|
|Number of Pages||72|
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A wealth of information divided into the stages of life and worldly experiences ranging from birth and adolescence to marriage and death, this book provides a personal and sensitive insight into the intricacies of the Muslim lifestyle.
As Prophet Muhammad was descending he passed by Prophet Moses who requested to know what had been enjoined.
Sidrat al-Muntaha is called the uttermost boundary because everything that comes up from the earth or the heavens stops there, and everything that comes down stops there, and because the knowledge of the angels stops at that point. Everything about the universes and our soul before and after creations are documented and recorded in the tablet book board in heaven Lau Ho Mahfuz. We are unto this trip for your sake. You will be protected from the beginning of your journey to the end.
Bless us with a journey mercy. Mr Jadu Miah will come and see you if you agree to join. They are those who are certain that they are going to meet their Lord, and that unto A Journey Through Life In Islam they are going to return. However, our explorations indicate that this denial is simply erroneous and illogical, as is proved from the books of the very people who deny this fact.
However, Islam rejects this idea, for the Quran clearly states that he was neither a Jew nor a Christian, but a believer in pure monotheism belief in One God. With Islaam, I could return to succulent meat-eating dinners and abandon my daunting dream of becoming a monk.
We'd love it if your icon is always green. If they have any power of their own, let them depart from their course and not return. With a fun, interactive layout and brightly coloured fonts, this publication is a perfect addition for the living-room bookshelf or a school library. The competition between the Prophets was one of love and compassion, and from this we should learn how to treat each other. On this journey we are about to undertake you will learn why.
So let us travel back through time, to 7 th century Arabia, to the city of A Journey Through Life In Islam and accompany Prophet Muhammad on his night journey and ascension. Our themes mostly focus on the universal values such as compassion, patience, love and so on.
I am praying for your secured arrival at your destination.
The wudoo would be rendered nullified if, for example, the Muslim defecated, urinated, bled, fell asleep, or passed gas.
This is the book from which we derived our discussion on chain of cause and effect, in the first stage of our journey.