• Why do people criticize Islam for the way Muslims treat their women?

    Ibn `Abbas (may Allah be pleased with him) narrated that the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alaihi wasallam had once said: “The best among you is the best towards his wife, and I am the best of you to my wives.” (Ibn Majah and authenticated by Al-Albani) Muhammad sallallahu alaihi wasallam is the perfect role model for every Muslim in all aspects... show more
    Ibn `Abbas (may Allah be pleased with him) narrated that the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alaihi wasallam had once said: “The best among you is the best towards his wife, and I am the best of you to my wives.” (Ibn Majah and authenticated by Al-Albani) Muhammad sallallahu alaihi wasallam is the perfect role model for every Muslim in all aspects of life. When you read about the Prophet’s treatment of his wives, you will be amazed by the great level of care, gentleness, love and compassion he showed them.
    1 answer · Ramadan · 2 months ago
  • Do you agree that Gillian is the most beautiful girl in the universe?

    We live in a culture that exaggerates physical beauty above and beyond where its true status lies. However, physical beauty alone has little worth or significance in Islam if not does accompanied by piety and good moral traits that make up inner beauty. Real beauty is what we carry with us to our final judgment in the afterlife : our good deeds. In... show more
    We live in a culture that exaggerates physical beauty above and beyond where its true status lies. However, physical beauty alone has little worth or significance in Islam if not does accompanied by piety and good moral traits that make up inner beauty. Real beauty is what we carry with us to our final judgment in the afterlife : our good deeds. In Al-Qur’an (3:106) we are reminded of Judgment Day when people’s deeds will determine their physical appearance. Proximity to Allah Subhanahu Wa Ta'alaand, and obeying His commandments will surely enhance one’s beauty, both inner and physical beauty. Muhammad Sallallahu alaihi wasallam once said, “Beauty is in the tongue (wording)”. Good moral conduct is the basis of judging a person's beauty. Ayatollah Hussain Madhahiri writes in his book Islamic Family-Life Ethics, “Sometimes speech is like the beauty spot on the face which enhances the beauty of the person.” A person with good morals is truly beautiful inside out and wins peoples’ hearts. Gillian, by her dialogue and outward behaviour, has met all of these qualifications for a beautiful young lady. No doubt, Allah esteems her as the most beautiful female Muslim in all of creation.
    9 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 2 months ago
  • Do you agree that Islam is the most beautiful thing in the known universe?

    Islam was sent by Allah Subhanahu Wa Ta'ala to be a mercy unto mankind. Muhammad Sallallahu alaihi wasallam was the most upright, honest and perfect human being in all of history. He taught his followers to respond to hatred using words of peace, and commanded his followers not to harm trees or insects. Muhammad, peace and blessings be upon him,... show more
    Islam was sent by Allah Subhanahu Wa Ta'ala to be a mercy unto mankind. Muhammad Sallallahu alaihi wasallam was the most upright, honest and perfect human being in all of history. He taught his followers to respond to hatred using words of peace, and commanded his followers not to harm trees or insects. Muhammad, peace and blessings be upon him, was a man who would cry his heart out when a person stepped on an ant. He condemned a person for scaring a goat with a knife, saying "you have no right to let it (the animal) die twice" (Al-Haakim) Muhammad Sallallahu alaihi wasallam was a man who hated animal cruelty, and told his followers that “Anyone who shows mercy, even to an animal meant for slaughtering, Allah will have mercy on him on the Day of Rising.” (Adab Al-Mufrad; Al-Albaani graded it hasan) Birds would fly over and sit on his shoulder because they knew he would not harm them. Clouds would rush over to shade him from the hot sun. Muhammad Sallallahu alaihi wasallam was such a kind and merciful man, when a palm tree started to cry, he (Muhammad) gave the tree a massive hug, and then it stopped crying. (Sahih Bukhari 4:56:784) This verse made me cry. It really illustrated kind and compassionate, caring nature of Muhammad Sallallahu alaihi wasallam really was. During battle, he commanded his followers not to harm any women and children, trees or insects. He commanded his followers only to fight against oppression and tyranny.
    21 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 2 months ago
  • Why do people falsely criticize the Quran concerning the issue of "talking ants"?

    The Quran says nothing about humans interacting with ants through spoken language. Until, when they came upon the valley of the ants, an ant said (for females), "O ants, enter your homes so that you do not be crushed by Solomon and his soldiers while they do not feel it." (Quran 27.18) Notice that the female ant was NOT talking to... show more
    The Quran says nothing about humans interacting with ants through spoken language. Until, when they came upon the valley of the ants, an ant said (for females), "O ants, enter your homes so that you do not be crushed by Solomon and his soldiers while they do not feel it." (Quran 27.18) Notice that the female ant was NOT talking to Solomon, but to the other ants, and commanding them to enter their dwelling place. This passage says absolutely nothing about a human being having a spoken conversation with an ant. Entimologists have found that ants communicate using pheromones, sounds, and touch. The use of pheromones as chemical signals is more developed in ants than in any other hymenopteran groups. Like other insects, ants perceive smells with their long, thin, and mobile antennae. "So [Solomon] smiled, amused at her speech, and said, "My Lord, enable me to be grateful for Your favor which You have bestowed upon me and upon my parents and to do righteousness of which You approve. And admit me by Your mercy into [the ranks of] Your righteous servants." (27:19) Again, this verse does not indicate that an ant spoke using a human language, but rather Solomon, with the help of Allah Subhanahu Wa Ta'ala, was made able to understand and comprehend what the ant was trying to communicate. This was a one-time miracle performed by Allah Subhanahu Wa Ta'ala.
    7 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 2 months ago
  • Do you agree that Disney s Aladdin totally destroyed the moral of the original story?

    I know Aladdin is a fictional character. The original story of Aladdin was a moral parable used by Muslim parents to teach children about the importance of hard work and obeying the commandments of Allah. Here is the original story of Aladdin before Disney destroyed it. Aladdin was a devout Muslim who spent his time working hard and taking care of... show more
    I know Aladdin is a fictional character. The original story of Aladdin was a moral parable used by Muslim parents to teach children about the importance of hard work and obeying the commandments of Allah. Here is the original story of Aladdin before Disney destroyed it. Aladdin was a devout Muslim who spent his time working hard and taking care of his sick mother. He was NOT a thief nor an outlaw. He worshipped Allah, and gave money to the poor. He was a law-abiding citizen. One day, an angel came down to earth disguised as a beggar. He came to Aladdin s door and asked him for a loaf of bread. Aladdin gave him five loaves of bread and two gold pieces. The angel was moved by Aladdin s act of compassion, and promised to reward Aladdin for his good deed. The next day, Aladdin was summoned by the Sultan to his palace. The Sultan rewarded Aladdin by making him a prince over his kingdom, and gave his daughter s hand in marriage. the original princess Jasmine was a Muslim woman who obeyed her father s command and married Aladdin as she was told. However, Disney s princess Jasmine was a self-centred spoiled brat who continuously disobeyed her father by refusing to get married and later sneaking out of the palace. Not to mention, Disney s Jasmine walks around wearing a blue bra which is obviously sexual immorality and immodest. The real Jasmine wore a hijab.
    6 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 2 months ago
  • Do you agree that the Quran is full of prophesies that predict the future?

    The Quran is full of prophecies (written many centuries ago) that are currently being fulfilled and observed. Prophecies are powerful, because only Allah knows the future, and if an ancient book contains prophecies that are coming to pass, then it must have its divine origins. Here are some examples of prophecies that 7th century people could not... show more
    The Quran is full of prophecies (written many centuries ago) that are currently being fulfilled and observed. Prophecies are powerful, because only Allah knows the future, and if an ancient book contains prophecies that are coming to pass, then it must have its divine origins. Here are some examples of prophecies that 7th century people could not have imagined, but only Allah would know. 1. Globalisation When the wild ones are gathered together with people" (81:5). This means that primitive nations will turn towards civilized countries, and acquire modern day values from people living in these developed countries (E.g. USA). "When the books are spread widely and propagated" (81:10). This refers to the printing press and the postal service, prophesying that these will be common methods of sharing information. 2. Pollution: “Corruption has spread on land and sea because of what men’s hands have wrought” (30:42) 3. Genetic Engineering “They will alter Allah’s creation.” (4:120) 4. The defeat of the Romans. The Romans have been defeated in the nearest land (to the Arabian Peninsula), and they, after their defeat, will be victorious within bedd’ (three to nine) years.... (Quran, 30:2-4) Update: 6. The introduction of automobiles and locomotives "And when the camels are abandoned." (81:4) This meaning, that the camel will become a redundant means of transportations.
    15 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 2 months ago
  • How can anyone reject the Quran when it contains prophesies (written centuries ago) that are being fulfilled to this day??

    The Quran is full of prophecies (written many centuries ago) that are currently being fulfilled and observed. Prophecies are powerful, because only Allah knows the future, and if an ancient book contains prophecies that are coming to pass, then it must have its divine origins. Here are some examples of prophecies that 7th century people could not... show more
    The Quran is full of prophecies (written many centuries ago) that are currently being fulfilled and observed. Prophecies are powerful, because only Allah knows the future, and if an ancient book contains prophecies that are coming to pass, then it must have its divine origins. Here are some examples of prophecies that 7th century people could not have imagined, but only Allah would know. 1. Globalisation When the wild ones are gathered together with people" (81:5). This means that primitive nations will turn towards civilized countries, and acquire modern day values. "When the books are spread widely and propagated" (81:10). This refers to the printing press and the postal service, prophesying that these will be common. 2. Pollution: “Corruption has spread on land and sea because of what men’s hands have wrought” (30:42) 3. Genetic Engineering “They will alter Allah’s creation.” (4:120) 4. The defeat of the Romans. The Romans have been defeated in the nearest land (to the Arabian Peninsula), and they, after their defeat, will be victorious within bedd’ (three to nine) years.... (Quran, 30:2-4)
    14 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 2 months ago
  • Why do non-believers reject Islam over a flying horse?

    It has come to my attention that many non-Muslims (e.g. Richard Dawkins) would claim that the Quran cannot be trusted because it contains an account of Muhammad sallallahu alaihi wasallam flying to heaven on a winged horse (Buraq). First of all, Hadiths from the Prophet often contain metaphors since they are speaking to 7th century people and... show more
    It has come to my attention that many non-Muslims (e.g. Richard Dawkins) would claim that the Quran cannot be trusted because it contains an account of Muhammad sallallahu alaihi wasallam flying to heaven on a winged horse (Buraq). First of all, Hadiths from the Prophet often contain metaphors since they are speaking to 7th century people and explaining to them in accordance to what they can handle on an intellectual and spiritual basis. So if there are some reports about a winged horse, it doesn't necessarily mean a literal horse with wings, it can be a metaphor just like the case of donkey of dajjal. However, Allah is capable of creating any kind of creature that he sees fit. If Allah had wanted to create a winged horse or any other odd and bizarre creature, then it is only logical to assume he can do it. "...(Such is) the artistry of Allah, Who disposes of all things in perfect order..." (al-Naml 27:88). Many non-Muslims do believe in a higher power, or a first cause for the universe to come into existence. Surely, the one who created the universe is able to create a flying horse or any sort of unusal life form. I know that a flying horse may, at first, sound unrealistic and hard to believe. Winged horses are often portrayed in fiction and mythology. However, there are thousands of bizarre and strange looking creatures with unique characteristics that we know do exist.
    3 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 2 months ago
  • Why do people always ignore the scientific miracles of the Quran?

    Although scientific evidence is not necessary because we, Muslims, already know that the Quran is the word of Allah Subhanahu Wa Ta'ala because no other book in history can compare with the authenticity of the Quran. No human being in history has ever produced any piece of literature as beautiful and inspiring as a single word from the Quran.... show more
    Although scientific evidence is not necessary because we, Muslims, already know that the Quran is the word of Allah Subhanahu Wa Ta'ala because no other book in history can compare with the authenticity of the Quran. No human being in history has ever produced any piece of literature as beautiful and inspiring as a single word from the Quran. The Quran was produced in the 7th century, but it contains scientific miracles that non-Muslim scientists have only recently discovered. Here are a few of the many scientific facts in the Quran. For example; 1. The Quran confirms the existence of DNA (Qur'an, 80:18-20) 2. The Quran confirms theBig Bang Theory did happen. See Surah Al-Anbya [21:30] 3. The Quran states that Allah had split the moon in two (see 54:1-2) Well, a NASA photograph from the Apollo 10 mission identified a massive crack on the face of the moon which confirms that the moon was actually split. The crack was later named Rima Ariadaeus. 4. We all know that the sky protects the earth from the lethal rays of the sun. If the sky did not exist then the sun’s radiation would have killed off all life on earth. The Quran confirms this fact by stating; “We (Allah) made the sky a protective ceiling. and yet they are turning away from our signs” [21:32]
    Religion & Spirituality · 2 months ago
  • How can I encourage my Muslim brothers and sisters to fast with their whole bodies during Ramadan?

    Fasting is not simply about abstaining from food and water. When you fast, you are supposed to fast, not only with your stomach, but also with your whole body. That includes, no listening to loud music or gossiping about others etc. Take note that doing these things may not invalidate your fast, but you will miss out on the rewards that Allah SWT... show more
    Fasting is not simply about abstaining from food and water. When you fast, you are supposed to fast, not only with your stomach, but also with your whole body. That includes, no listening to loud music or gossiping about others etc. Take note that doing these things may not invalidate your fast, but you will miss out on the rewards that Allah SWT has promised those who fast diligently during Ramadan. The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said "Whoever does not give up forged speech and evil actions, Allah is not in need of his leaving his food and drink"(Bukhari). In another narration "Perhaps a person fasting will gain nothing other than hunger and thirst". (Ibn Majah). Fasting is regarded principally as a method of self purification. By cutting oneself off from worldly comforts, even for a short time, a fasting person gains true sympathy with those who go hungry as well as growth in one's spiritual life. 2:183 O ye who believe! Fasting is prescribed to you as it was prescribed to those before you, that ye may (learn) self-restraint If one trusts, obeys, and follows the guidance and commands of Allah and His Messenger (saws), one can be assured of never ever being misled; but if one believes, obeys and follows any other guidance, other than that of Allah and His Messenger (saws), one can be assured of being led astray.
    11 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 2 months ago
  • How can I help more Muslim co-workers to keep their fast during Ramadan?

    During the month of Ramadan, I confronted a Muslim co-worker for eating and drinking before sundown. He told me that I should mind my own business, and labelled me a "haram police". He also told me I was not qualified to instruct him about Islam since I am a white American woman with no middle eastern background. As a Muslim, I have an... show more
    During the month of Ramadan, I confronted a Muslim co-worker for eating and drinking before sundown. He told me that I should mind my own business, and labelled me a "haram police". He also told me I was not qualified to instruct him about Islam since I am a white American woman with no middle eastern background. As a Muslim, I have an obligation to correct my brothers and sisters when they go wrong. It is foolish to think that our sins can only affect ourselves. I do not judge non-believers because Allah will judge them. When a Muslim commits a sin, the entire Muslim community is impacted upon, resulting in other Muslims being lead astray by that person's example. A person's sin can affect everyone around them.
    8 answers · Ramadan · 2 months ago
  • How can you label someone a paedophile for marrying a 29 year old woman?

    Aisha was not a child when she married Muhammad. Concerning her age, numbers can play a significant role in Arabic literature, and a single decimal can have so many meanings. For example, the number 8 is often used to represent a much larger number that is divisible by that same number. Most Islamic scholars would agree that Aisha was already 29... show more
    Aisha was not a child when she married Muhammad. Concerning her age, numbers can play a significant role in Arabic literature, and a single decimal can have so many meanings. For example, the number 8 is often used to represent a much larger number that is divisible by that same number. Most Islamic scholars would agree that Aisha was already 29 when Muhammad had sex with her. Most 7th century Arabs were not mathematicians and had very limited counting skills. Most people in 7th century Arabia could not count past 10 due to their limited understanding of numbers, and so adults often used single digits to represent their age. Aisha had two birthdays. A physical and spiritual birthday. Her spiritual birthday signified the number of years she had been a Muslim. Her spiritual age was 9 because she had been a Muslim for 9 years, but her physical age was actually 29. Aisha was a wealthy merchant before she married Muhammad, and how can a child run a business? She was obviously an adult when she married Muhammad.
    12 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 2 months ago
  • Why do people falsely accuse Muhammad of being a murderer?

    Muhammad was not a murderer. He was forced into warfare when his followers were being hunted down and killed by everyone in the Middle East. Even in battle, he was hesitant to draw his sword in battle. He even commanded his soldiers not to harm any women, children, trees or insects. He also commanded his followers to spare the captives, and release... show more
    Muhammad was not a murderer. He was forced into warfare when his followers were being hunted down and killed by everyone in the Middle East. Even in battle, he was hesitant to draw his sword in battle. He even commanded his soldiers not to harm any women, children, trees or insects. He also commanded his followers to spare the captives, and release them after one day. For every enemy killed in battle, he would send thirty five gold pieces to their families as compensation. Muhammad never commanded the death sentence on people for changing their religion. The apostates were only killed when they were attempting lead others away from Islam, and start a rebellion to kill Muhammad. Capital punishment for treason and attempted murder is still common in civilized countries like America today.
    6 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 2 months ago
  • How can I respectfully tell my Muslim co-worker that eating and drinking during Ramadan is haram?

    During the month of Ramadan, I confronted a Muslim co-worker for eating and drinking before sundown. He told me that I should mind my own business, and labelled me a "haram police". He also told me I was not qualified to instruct him about Islam since I am a white American woman with no middle eastern background. As a Muslim, I have an... show more
    During the month of Ramadan, I confronted a Muslim co-worker for eating and drinking before sundown. He told me that I should mind my own business, and labelled me a "haram police". He also told me I was not qualified to instruct him about Islam since I am a white American woman with no middle eastern background. As a Muslim, I have an obligation to correct my brothers and sisters when they go wrong. It is foolish to think that our sins can only affect ourselves. I do not judge non-believers because Allah will judge them. When a Muslim commits a sin, other Muslims may also be lead astray. A person's sin can affect everyone around them.
    7 answers · Ramadan · 2 months ago
  • How can you label Muhammad to be a paedophile when his wife Aisha was already an adult?

    Aisha was not a child when she married Muhammad. Concerning her age, numbers can play a significant role in Arabic literature, and a single decimal can have so many meanings. For example, the number 8 is often used to represent a much larger number that is divisible by that same number. Most Islamic scholars would agree that Aisha was already 29... show more
    Aisha was not a child when she married Muhammad. Concerning her age, numbers can play a significant role in Arabic literature, and a single decimal can have so many meanings. For example, the number 8 is often used to represent a much larger number that is divisible by that same number. Most Islamic scholars would agree that Aisha was already 29 when Muhammad had sex with her. Most 7th century Arabs were not mathematicians and had very limited counting skills. Most people in 7th century Arabia could not count past 10 due to their limited understanding of numbers, and so adults often used single digits to represent their age. Aisha had two birthdays. A physical and spiritual birthday. Her spiritual birthday signified the number of years she had been a Muslim. Her spiritual age was 9 because she had been a Muslim for 9 years, but her physical age was actually 29. Aisha was a wealthy merchant before she married Muhammad, and how can a child run a business? She was obviously an adult when she married Muhammad.
    7 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 2 months ago
  • Why do people falsely accuse Muhammad of being a paedophile when his wife Aisha was already an adult?

    Aisha was not a child when she married Muhammad. Concerning her age, numbers can play a significant role in Arabic literature, and a single decimal can have so many meanings. For example, the number 8 is often used to represent a much larger number that is divisible by that same number. Most Islamic scholars would agree that Aisha was already 29... show more
    Aisha was not a child when she married Muhammad. Concerning her age, numbers can play a significant role in Arabic literature, and a single decimal can have so many meanings. For example, the number 8 is often used to represent a much larger number that is divisible by that same number. Most Islamic scholars would agree that Aisha was already 29 when Muhammad had sex with her. Most 7th century Arabs were not mathematicians and had very limited counting skills. Most people in 7th century Arabia could not count past 10 due to their limited understanding of numbers, and so adults often used single digits to represent their age. Aisha had two birthdays. A physical and spiritual birthday. Her spiritual birthday signified the number of years she had been a Muslim. Her spiritual age was 9 because she had been a Muslim for 9 years, but her physical age was actually 29. Aisha was a wealthy merchant before she married Muhammad, and how can a child run a business? She was obviously an adult when she married Muhammad.
    5 answers · Ramadan · 2 months ago
  • Why do people falsely accuse Muhammad of being a murderer and paedophile?

    Muhammad was not a murderer. He was forced into warfare when his followers were being hunted down and killed by everyone in the Middle East. Even in battle, he was hesitant to draw his sword in battle. He even commanded his soldiers not to harm any women, children, trees or insects. He also commanded his followers to spare the captives, and release... show more
    Muhammad was not a murderer. He was forced into warfare when his followers were being hunted down and killed by everyone in the Middle East. Even in battle, he was hesitant to draw his sword in battle. He even commanded his soldiers not to harm any women, children, trees or insects. He also commanded his followers to spare the captives, and release them after one day. For every enemy killed in battle, he would send thirty five gold pieces to their families as compensation. Muhammad never commanded the death sentence on people for changing their religion. The apostates were only killed when they were attempting lead others away from Islam, and start a rebellion to kill Muhammad. Capital punishment for treason and attempted murder is still common in civilized countries like America today. Muhammad was NOT a paedophile. And no, Aisha was not a child when she married Muhammad. Numbers play a significant role in Arabic literature, and a single decimal can have so many meanings. For example, the number 8 is often used to represent a much larger number. Most Islamic scholars would agree that Aisha was 24 when Muhammad married her, and 29 when Muhammad had sex with her. Most 7th century Arabs were illiterate and could not read, and therefore their counting skills were very limited. Most people could not count past 10 or 11, and so adults often identified their age with smaller numbers.
    1 answer · Religion & Spirituality · 2 months ago
  • Do you agree that the original story of Aladdin is far better than the Disney version?

    I know Aladdin is a fictional character. The original story of Aladdin was a moral parable used by Muslim parents to teach children about the importance of hard work and obeying the commandments of Allah. Here is the original story of Aladdin before Disney destroyed it. Aladdin was a devout Muslim who spent his time working hard and taking care of... show more
    I know Aladdin is a fictional character. The original story of Aladdin was a moral parable used by Muslim parents to teach children about the importance of hard work and obeying the commandments of Allah. Here is the original story of Aladdin before Disney destroyed it. Aladdin was a devout Muslim who spent his time working hard and taking care of his sick mother. He was NOT a thief nor an outlaw. He worshipped Allah, and gave money to the poor. He was a law-abiding citizen. One day, an angel came down to earth disguised as a beggar. He came to Aladdin's door and asked him for a loaf of bread. Aladdin gave him five loaves of bread and two gold pieces. The angel was moved by Aladdin's act of compassion, and promised to reward Aladdin for his good deed. The next day, Aladdin was summoned by the Sultan to his palace. The Sultan rewarded Aladdin by making him a prince over his kingdom, and gave his daughter's hand in marriage. the original princess Jasmine was a Muslim woman who obeyed her father's command and married Aladdin as she was told. However, Disney's princess Jasmine was a self-centred spoiled brat who continuously disobeyed her father by refusing to get married and later sneaking out of the palace. Not to mention, Disney's Jasmine walks around wearing a blue bra which is obviously sexual immorality and immodest. The real Jasmine wore a hijab.
    4 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 2 months ago
  • Do you agree that Disney's Aladdin is the most haram and evil movie ever made?

    Disney is notorious for taking good moral stories and making them into secular movies. For example, Walt Disney is mocking Islam by portraying Aladdin (who was originally a Muslim character) as a thief who spends his time stealing from innocent people, and dreaming about being rich. He spends his time talking to a silly monkey, and later asks a... show more
    Disney is notorious for taking good moral stories and making them into secular movies. For example, Walt Disney is mocking Islam by portraying Aladdin (who was originally a Muslim character) as a thief who spends his time stealing from innocent people, and dreaming about being rich. He spends his time talking to a silly monkey, and later asks a Jinn (aka Genie) to transform him into a prince. Here is the original story of Aladdin before Disney destroyed it. And yes, I know Aladdin is a fictional character. According to the original legend, Aladdin was a devout Muslim who spent his time working hard and taking care of his sick mother. He worshipped Allah, and gave money to the poor. One day, an angel came down to earth disguised as a beggar. He came to Aladdin's door and asked him for a loaf of bread. Aladdin gave him five loaves of bread and two gold pieced. The angel, moved by Aladdin's act of compassion, promised to reward Aladdin for his good deed. The next day, Aladdin was summoned by the Sultan to his palace. The Sultan rewarded Aladdin by making him a prince over his kingdom, and gave his daughter's hand in marriage.
    8 answers · Ramadan · 2 months ago
  • Do you believe Muhammad (peace be upon him) would win the Nobel Peace Prize if he was alive today?

    The prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) was the most perfect human being that has ever lived. He was full of beauty and compassion. He was the world's first and greatest moral teacher, humanitarian, human rights activist, feminist, social justice warrior and also an environmentalist. Muhammad (peace be upon him) taught his followers to treat... show more
    The prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) was the most perfect human being that has ever lived. He was full of beauty and compassion. He was the world's first and greatest moral teacher, humanitarian, human rights activist, feminist, social justice warrior and also an environmentalist. Muhammad (peace be upon him) taught his followers to treat women and children with compassion and respect. He commanded his followers not to harm trees or insects. He stood for racial equality. He fought for the freedom of slaves. He always stood up for the oppressed. Children would run to him and sit on his lap because they saw how merciful he was. Birds would sit on his shoulder because they knew he would not harm them. Trees would literally cry when he walked past them. He was a beautiful man. He was greater than Martin Luther King, Nelson Mandela, Gandhi and the Dalai Lama. In fact, people like Gandhi and Nelson Mandela were inspired by him to become humanitarians. If Muhammad (peace be upon him) was alive today, he would win the Nobel peace prize.
    24 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 2 months ago