Allah the One True God revealed to Prophet Muhammad the Glorious Qur’an.
Prophet Muhammad said: “He who eats his fill while his neighbor goes to bed without food is not a believer.”
Muhammad commanded us to be kind to and care for our families, spouses, and children.
Islam is submission and obedience to the Oneness of the true God (Allah), the Creator.
The Glorious Qur’an does testify that “Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah, and Seal of the prophets.” (33:40)
Did you have enough of biased news networks which spread "their" view of the news rather than the facts, including political, social, entertainment or even sports news...? Or do you actually trust the integrity of the international media venues and news networks? Do you believe their credibility and nonbiased delivery of the news? Regardless of your position, we want you to stop for a few minutes and ponder on the authentic information and facts we tell you then you can judge for yourself
Prophet Muhammad stated, “I am the nearest of all the people to Jesus, the son of Mary; for there was no prophet between me and him [Jesus].”
Verily, in the remembrance of God do hearts find rest. (Quran 13:28)
The Qur’an states that Allah (God) is invisible and can’t be seen in this life. He is not physically incarnated in other forms.
Prophet Muhammad said: “Your smile in the face of your brother is charity.”
The English physicist Isaac Newton is beyond famous, he is considered one of the most influential scientists of all time because of his theories and findings which people consider as great scientific discoveries until this day. Yet, there is something about Newton which is unknown as it was never under the spotlight despite its importance, i.e. his position towards the Trinity, an aspect that categorizes Christianity the most. This position almost cost him his life. So, what is Newton's position towards the Trinity? What are the reasons for this position? What was his view about God? How did the Trinity intervene into the Christian belief from Newton's point of view? These questions will be answered in the film… "Newton…and the Trinity"
In Islam, there is only one God (Allah), Creator and Sustainer of the universe. No one and nothing is above or equal to Him.