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The Story of Mūsā (‘alaihis-salām): his birth, struggles, miracles and victory over Pharaoh on the day of ‘Āshūrā’

By Abu Khadeejah Abdul-Wāhid (Copyright) Scroll down to read or you can also download a mobile phone and tablet friendly PDF of this article here. Contents: The Story of Mūsā (‘alaihis-salām): His Birth, Struggles, Miracles and Victory over Pharaoh on the Day of ‘Āshūrā’. The Children of Israel and Pharaoh’s Oppression. The Birth of Mūsā and … Continue reading

Prophet Muhammad’s Lineage to Adnaan

  The Companion Waathilah bin al-Asqa’ relates that the Messenger of Allaah (peace, mercy and blessings be upon him) said: Allaah chose Kinaanah from the offspring of Ismaa’eel, and He chose Quraysh from (the offspring) of Kinaanah, and He chose Banu Haashim from (the offspring) of Quraysh, and He chose me from Banu Haashim. Related … Continue reading

The Prophet cannot be defended by oppression and misguidance

Verily all praise is due to Allaah, and may peace and blessings be upon our Prophet Muhammad, and upon his family and his Companions, one and all. To proceed… No Muslim would ever agree with the mocking, ridicule, and blasphemous lies directed at our Deen and at our beloved Prophet (صلى الله عليه وسلم).  Rather … Continue reading

“Jesus was actually killed” [?]

The first word is (Surah 3:55) mutawaffeeka, the Qadianis say this means ‘to die’. The next word is Khalat (3:144) they say this means passed away – their argument is that Jesus passed away -1- with regards to “mutawaffeek” (we are) “taking your soul” and Allaah’s use of this word in describing what happened to … Continue reading

The Story of Jesus and the Third Loaf of Bread

In the Name of Allaah, the Most Gracious, the Ever Merciful… A story about ‘Eesaa (Jesus), the son of Mary (Peace be upon him), and a greedy man who stole a loaf of bread, was told by an unreliable mid-second-century narrator, Layth ibn Abee Sulaym.[1] The story goes as follows: [Allegedly] Jesus and a traveling companion had three … Continue reading