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In The name of Allah,The Most Merciful,The Most gracious

Answering Non-Muslims – Removing Misconceptions,

Exposing lies!! Special Article 

Asslam Wa’aleykum Dear Brothers and Sisters, 

Since the aim and main cause of Islam-Great-Religion is to Remove the biggest misconception, Lies and Fake propaganda against Islam,  Mainly this site is in response to Anti-Islamist challenges, Now we have refuted their challenges and fake claims. We aim here to educate the Muslims and Non-Muslims both. Today Islam is the most misunderstood religion, we are trying our best to present the real and authentic picture of Islam, Not what the media shows. Below you will find the questions asked mostly by Islam Haters, Click and Find your answer, inshaAllah. We hope this article will benefit you in finding all the answers of each and every question. We pray May Allah increase our knowledge and give us strength to fight against the Islam-Haters. Your feed back will be warmly welcomed, and will be appreciated lot. JazakAllah Khair!

Terrorism and Jihad

1. What is Jihad? Holy war?

2. Ruilings on Jihad and Kinds of Jihad 

3. Kill them where ever you find them ?? 

4. All terrorists are Muslim? 

5. How much Terrorists are Muslims? 

6. 9/11 – Biggest Terror attacks done by Muslims?? 

7. Fatwa against Terrorism 

8. Suicide Bombings in Islam 

9. Muslims are Fundamentalists and Terrorists – Remove Misconception

10. Islam Promote Violence, Surah Taubah Misconception

11. Extremism is Not Islamic 

12. Evidence proves that 9/11 is a LIE

13. Jihad – Most Misunderstood Concept

Misconceptions Related to Prophet Muhammad Peace Be Upon Him

1. Muslim Worship Muhammad peace be upon him ????? – Exposing fake Myth

2. Why did Prophet Muhammad Peace Be upon him had so many wives?

3. Why Prophet Peace be Upon Him married Aisha when she was only 9 ?? 

4. Was Prophet Muhammad Peace be upon him – A pedophile? 

5. Prophet Muhammad PeaceBeUponHim Behavior with NonMuslims ?  

Misconceptions Related to Quran and Allah

1. Allah a Moon God? – Exposing Fake Myth

2. Quran a Book of Peace or War? 

3. Confusions and Misconceptions Related to “Bismillah” – In The Name Of Allah ! 

4. Who is Allah, Jesus and Holy Spirit

5. Why Allah speaks as WE In Quran? Is it meant for Plural God(s) ???

Misconceptions Related to Woman In Islam

1. Does Islam regard woman as EQUAL to man ?? 

2. Woman in Quran and Bible 

3. Exposing Fake Myth : Muslim women are forced in marriage

4. Beat Your Wives ? – One of the Biggest Misconception about Islam 

5. Do Muslims Beat their Wives? 

6. Does Islam promote Polygyny? Why Plural marriages are allowed? 

7. Why Multiple Wives? 

8. Polygamy :: Misconception ! 

9. Women Rights in Islam – Modernizing or Outdated?

10. Why Hijab ?? 

11. Men will Get Hoor in Jannah What About Woman ? 

Miscellaneous Questions asked frequently !

1. Muslims cant be friend with non muslims ??? – Exposing Fake Myth

2. Exposing Fake Myth : Using Star and Moon as Islam Symbol

3. Fake Ex-Muslims Exposed

4. Why Eating Pork Is prohibited in Islam ?? 

5. Who are the Biggest Polygamist ?? 

6. Are Muslims Backward, Uneducated and Most Poor Nation? 

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In The name of Allah,The Most Merciful,The Most gracious

Quran a Book of Peace, Not War, Scholars Say

“The Quran is saying to humans, this is the final guidance from your Creator, for the specific purpose of worshipping him and creating a civil society where you can live in peace with one another,” says Muslim scholar Imam Sulayman S. Nyang of Howard University in Washington, D.C.

Muslims around the world rely on the Quran for guidance, says Nyang. Devout followers heed the call to prayer five times each day and recite passages from the holy book. Muslims believe that the Quran is God’s unfiltered message—teaching them how to lead a good life and become a better, more moral person.

“The Quran is very specific with regard to the nature of human struggle, because in order for a human to be at peace with himself, they must control their baser instincts,” says Nyang.

The quest to control base instincts such as greed, lust, and cruelty and to seek spiritual purity is known by Muslims as the “great jihad.” Featured widely in the Quran the “great jihad” is a person’s most important internal struggle.

Nyang quotes Chapter 3, verse 172, of the Quran “Of those who answered the call of Allah and the messenger, even after being wounded, those who do right and refrain from wrong have a great reward.”

But also in the holy scripture is a reference to “lower jihad,” a more earthly and physical—and controversial—struggle. “To those against whom war is made, permission is given [to fight] because they are wronged; and verily, God is most powerful for their aid,” quotes Nyang.

This verse speaks of combat or war to be waged against one’s oppressors—a struggle sanctioned by God.

But the Quran also states in Chapter 2, Verse 190: “Fight in the cause of Allah those who fight you, but do not transgress limits; for Allah loves not transgressors.”

The essence of the verse, Nyang says, is to fight back “if you are attacked by your persecutors, but don’t fight back indiscriminately. Follow the rules of engagement.” According to mainstream Muslim clerics, those “rules of engagement”‘ are explicit: women, children, and innocent civilians are off limits.

Perversion of Text

Muslims believe the prophet Mohammed received these revelations directly from God some 1400 years ago. It was at a time when he and other Muslims were being driven from their homes, persecuted, and killed. But although the Quran advocates self-defense, its most prevalent message is one of peace and brotherly love.

“If people are intent on using religion to motivate terror or violence, they’ll find an excuse there no matter what the actual text says,” says David Rodier of American University in Washington, D.C., who is an expert on the world’s religions. Like the Quran, he says, most holy scriptures are filled with stories of war and warriors, and these images have been used throughout history by some members of every faith to justify bloodshed.

“Religion, after all, speaks to our most basic and ultimate convictions, and if you are wanting to use violence, if you can find a religious justification, then you can find a very powerful motivation,” says Rodier.

Christians have killed in the name of God, as have Hindus, Buddhists, Jews, and others. But it is Muslims who have most recently been accused of turning “divine commandments” into a divine license to kill.

Terrorists have often said they are striking out against their enemies and oppressors “in the name of Allah.” But many Islamic scholars say such terrorists are not only violating the spirit of the Quran, but the letter of it as well.

“You do not kill innocent people, you do not cheat, you do not lie, you do not destroy any property of other human beings,” says Imam Abdullah Khouj, an Islamic scholar and director of the Islamic Center, in Washington, D.C.

The attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon “can’t be in the name of Allah,” he adds.

“Violation of Allah’s Wishes”

Islamic scholars interviewed by the TV news show National Geographic Todayagreed that terrorists such as Usama bin Laden and his supporters are fanatics using Islam to further their own worldly causes.

“In order for them to generate support beyond their small group, they have to latch onto universal symbols, and this is where Islam becomes a target of convenience for them,” says Nyang

People combine pieces of verse from the Quran and use it to justify their actions, says Khouj. “But to understand the full meaning of the verse,” he says, “you have to read the one before it, the one after it, maybe five to six verses to get the full picture.”

The “full picture” of Islam and the Quran, say Khouj and Nyang, is captured by Chapter 5, Verse 32: “[I]f anyone slew a person—unless it be for murder or spreading mischief in the land—it would be as if he slew the whole people. And if anyone saved a life, it would be as if he saved the life of the whole people.”

For most Muslims, the callous and indiscriminate taking of human life violates Allah’s wishes. It defies the Quran central message and undermines the peace that Islam promises to deliver to all people.

“Human life in Islam is extremely sacred,” says Khouj. “We’re not talking about just Muslim [life], but human life in general.”

This article was excerpted from a one-hour special, “The Geography of Crisis,” aired by the TV news show National Geographic Today on September 25 at 8 p.m. EST.

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In The name of Allah,The Most Merciful,The Most gracious

What the Qur’an teaches: The same old faith


His are the keys of the heavens and the earth. He gives abundant sustenance, or gives it in scant measure to whomever He wills. He has full knowledge of everything. In matters of faith, He has ordained for you the same as He had enjoined on Noah — that which We have revealed to you (Muhammad) — and as We enjoined on Abraham, Moses and Jesus:

‘Steadfastly uphold the faith and do not divide into factions.’ Hard for the idolaters is that which you call on them to accept. God draws to Himself whoever He pleases and guides to Himself everyone who turns to Him. (Consultation, Al-Shoora: 42: 12-13)

We discussed the verses that make clear that judgment in all people’s disputes belong to God alone. Given that He makes His judgment final in all disputes, this can only mean that this rule is based on the fact that having originated the heavens and the earth and set their laws in operation, He continues to hold their keys: “His are the keys of the heavens and the earth.”

Since mankind are only part of what lives in the heavens and earth, the same fact applies to them, which means that the keys and treasures of the universe belong to God. Moreover, it is He who provides them with sustenance, determining its measure in the same way as He conducts all affairs: “He gives abundant sustenance, or gives it in scant measure to whomever He wills.” It is He who gives them the food they eat and the water they drink, providing everything they need in their lives. Can they, then, refer to anyone else for judgment in their affairs? It is the most natural procedure for people to turn to the One who controls all this according to His perfect knowledge: “He has full knowledge of everything.” Needless to say, the One who knows everything is the One who can make a final judgment in all fairness.

This is just one example of how the meanings of the component parts of the surah’s verses converge in complete harmony and perfect subtlety to work on the human heart. It is akin to the harmonious tones that combine to make a superb melody.

The surah began with a general reference to the unity of the source of all divine faiths: “Thus has God, the Almighty, the Wise, sent revelation to you, Prophet, and to those who preceded you.” (Verse 3) Now it gives more details of this fact, pointing out that the legislation God has enacted for Muslims is, in essence, the same as He legislated for Noah, Abraham, Moses and Jesus, requiring them all to establish the divine faith and not to split into factions over it. This requires that they, in turn, steadfastly pursue the divine code of living, paying no heed to the desires of those who fall into dispute. This divine faith is thus meant to govern human life, while those who argue about God have no leg to stand on. They are the ones who are warned of the painful punishment they might incur.

This passage enjoys the same level of perfect harmony as the preceding one: “In matters of faith, He has ordained for you the same as He had enjoined on Noah — that which We have revealed to you (Muhammad) — and as We enjoined on Abraham, Moses and Jesus: Steadfastly uphold the faith and do not divide into factions.”

Thus the surah confirms the truth we explained at its very outset: God is the source of all divine religions, starting far back in history. A little touch is added here which has a pleasant, subtle effect on every believer. He or she looks out to see who were their predecessors on this long line only to find that they were those noble elite: Noah, Abraham, Moses, Jesus and Muhammad (peace be on them all). Every believer then realizes that he has joined their procession, traveling the same way they traveled. He will then enjoy his journey along that way, no matter how much trouble, persecution or deprivation he suffers. Who would not put up with trouble, knowing that it is only transient, when he is assured of the company of such an elite nobility?

Moreover, there is a profound sense of peace between believers in the one divine faith who implement His law. No conflict or dispute arises between them. They feel their strong bond urging them to collaborate and understand each other so that they can maintain the link between present and past.

Since the religion God ordained for the Muslims who believe in Muhammad is the same as He enjoined on Noah, Abraham, Moses and Jesus, why do the followers of Moses and Jesus fight against each other? Indeed, what causes fighting between the followers of different Christian sects? Why do the followers of Moses and Jesus go to war against the followers of Muhammad? And why do those idolaters who claim to follow Abraham’s faith wage a war against Muslims? Should not all these group together under the one banner hoisted by God’s last Messenger? The same order was issued to them all: “Steadfastly uphold the faith and do not divide into factions.” Only when they unite under this banner do they uphold the faith, fulfil its duties, maintain its path and work under the same banner hoisted high in succession by Noah, Abraham, Moses and Jesus until it was eventually carried by Muhammad, who received the final testament.

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In The name of Allah,The Most Merciful,The Most gracious

Ramadan Daily Dua’s !

Ramadan Dua: DAY 1
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O Allah, on this day make my fasts the fasts of those who fast (sincerely), and my standing up in prayer of those who stand up in prayer (obediently), awaken me in it from the sleep of the heedless, and forgive me my sins , O God of the worlds, and forgive me, O one who forgives the sinners.

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Ramadan Dua: DAY 2
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O Allah, on this day, take me closer towards Your pleasure, keep me away from Your anger and punishment, grant me the opportunity to recite Your verses (of the Qur’an), by Your mercy, O the most Merciful.

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Ramadan Dua: DAY 3
Ramadan Dua: DAY 3 [Arabic]

O Allah, on this day, grant me wisdom and awareness, keep me away from foolishness and pretention, grant me a share in every blessing You send down, by You generosity, O the most Generous.

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Ramadan Dua: DAY 4
Ramadan Dua: DAY 4 [Arabic]

O Allah, on this day, strengthen me in carrying out Your commands, let me taste the sweetness of Your rememberance, grant me, through Your graciousness, that I give thanks to You. Protect me, with Your protection and cover, O the most discerning of those who see.

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Ramadan Dua: DAY 5
Ramadan Dua: DAY 5 [Arabic]

O Allah, on this day, place me among those who seek forgiveness. Place me among Your righteous and obedient servants, and place me among Your close friends, by Your kindness, O the most Merciful.

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Ramadan Dua: DAY 6
Ramadan Dua: DAY 6 [Arabic]

O Allah, on this day, do not let me abase myself by incurring Your disobedience, and do not strike me with the whip of Your punishment, keep me away from the causes of Your anger, by Your kindness and Your power, O the ultimate wish of those who desire.

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Ramadan Dua: DAY 7
Ramadan Dua: DAY 7 [Arabic]

O Allah, on this day, help me with its fasts and prayers, and keep me away from mistakes and sins of the day, grant me that I remember You continously through the day, by Your assistance, O the Guide of those who stray.

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Ramadan Dua: DAY 8
Ramadan Dua: DAY 8 [Arabic]

O Allah, on this day, let me have mercy on the orphans, and feed [the hungry], and spread peace, and keep company with the noble­minded, O the shelter of the hopeful.

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Ramadan Dua: DAY 9
Ramadan Dua: DAY 9 [Arabic]

O Allah, on this day, grant me a share from Your mercy which is wide, guide me towards Your shining proofs, lead me to Your all encompassing pleasure, by Your love, O the hope of the desirous.

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Ramadan Dua: DAY 10
Ramadan Dua: DAY 10 [Arabic]

O Allah, on this day, make me, among those who rely on You, from those who You consider successful, and place me among those who are near to you, by Your favour, O goal of the seekers.

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Ramadan Dua: DAY 11
Ramadan Dua: DAY 11 [Arabic]

O Allah, on this day, make me love goodness, and dislike corruption and disobedience, bar me from anger and the fire [of Hell], by Your help, O the helper of those who seek help.

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Ramadan Dua: DAY 12
Ramadan Dua: DAY 12 [Arabic]

O Allah, on this day, beautify me with covering and chastity, cover me with the clothes of contentment and chastity, let me adhere to justice and fairness, and keep me safe from all that I fear, by Your protection, O the protector of the frightened.

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Ramadan Dua: DAY 13
Ramadan Dua: DAY 13 [Arabic]

O Allah, on this day, purify me from uncleanliness and dirt, make me patient over events that are decreed, grant me the ability to be pious, and keep company with the good, by Your help, O the beloved of the destitute.

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Ramadan Dua: DAY 14
Ramadan Dua: DAY 14 [Arabic]

O Allah, on this day, do not condemn me for slips, make me decrease mistakes and errors, do not make me a target for afflictions and troubles, by Your honor, O the honor of the Muslims.

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Ramadan Dua: DAY 15
Ramadan Dua: DAY 15 [Arabic]

O Allah, on this day, grant me the obedience of the humble expand my chest through the repentance of the humble, by Your security, O the shelter of the fearful.

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Ramadan Dua: DAY 16
Ramadan Dua: DAY 16 [Arabic]

O Allah, on this day, grant me compatability with the good, keep me away from patching up with the evil, lead me in it, by Your mercy, to the permanent abode, by Your Godship, O the God of the worlds.

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Ramadan Dua: DAY 17
Ramadan Dua: DAY 17 [Arabic]

O Allah, on this day, guide me towards righteous actions, fulfil my needs and hopes, O One who does not need explanations nor questions, O One who knows what is in the chests of the (people of the) world. Bless Muhammad and his family, the Pure.

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Ramadan Dua: DAY 18
Ramadan Dua: DAY 18 [Arabic]

O Allah, on this day, awaken me with the blessings of its early mornings, Illuminate my heart with the brightness of its rays, let every part of my body follow its effects, by Your light, O the illuminator of the hearts of those who know.

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Ramadan Dua: DAY 19
Ramadan Dua: DAY 19 [Arabic]

O Allah, on this day, multiply for me its blessings, and ease my path towards its bounties, do not deprive me of the acceptance of its good deeds, O the Guide towards the clear truth.

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Ramadan Dua: DAY 20
Ramadan Dua: DAY 20 [Arabic]

O Allah, on this day, open for me the doors of the heavens, and lock the doors of Hell from me, help me to recite the Qur’an, O the One who sends down tranquility into the hearts of believers.

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Ramadan Dua: DAY 21
Ramadan Dua: DAY 21 [Arabic]

O Allah, on this day, show me the way to win Your pleasure, do not let Shaytan have a means over me, make Paradise an abode and a resting place for me, O the One who fulfills the requests of the needy.

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Ramadan Dua: DAY 22
Ramadan Dua: DAY 22 [Arabic]

O Allah, on this day, open for me the doors of Your Grace, send down on me its blessings, help me towards the causes of Your mercy, and give me a place in the comforts of Paradise, O the one who answers the call of the distressed.

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Ramadan Dua: DAY 23
Ramadan Dua: DAY 23 [Arabic]

O Allah, on this day, wash away my sins, purify me from all flaws, examine my heart with (for) the piety of the hearts, O One who overlooks the shortcomings of the sinners.

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Ramadan Dua: DAY 24
Ramadan Dua: DAY 24 [Arabic]

O Allah, on this day, I ask You for what pleases You, and I seek refuge in You from what displeases You, I ask You to grant me the opportunity to obey You and not disobey You, O One who is generous with those who ask.

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Ramadan Dua: DAY 25
Ramadan Dua: DAY 25 [Arabic]

O Allah, on this day, make me among those who love Your friends, and hate Your enemies, following the way of Your last Prophet, O the Guardian of the hearts of the Prophets.

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Ramadan Dua: DAY 26
Ramadan Dua: DAY 26 [Arabic]

O Allah, on this day, make my efforts worthy of appreciation, and my sins forgiven, my deeds accepted, my flaws concealed, O the best of those who hear.

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Ramadan Dua: DAY 27
Ramadan Dua: DAY 27 [Arabic]

O Allah, on this day, bestow on me the blessings of Laylatul Qadr, change my affairs from (being) difficult to (being) easy, accept my apologies, and decrease for me [my] sins and burdens, O the Compassionate with His righteous servants.

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Ramadan Dua: DAY 28
Ramadan Dua: DAY 28 [Arabic]

O Allah, on this day, grant me a share in its nawafil (recommended prayers), honor me by attending to my problems, make closer the means to approach You, from all the means, O One who is not preoccupied by the requests of the beseechers.

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Ramadan Dua: DAY 29

Ramadan Dua: DAY 29 [Arabic]
O Allah, on this day, cover me with Your mercy, grant me in it success and protection, purify my heart from the darkness of false accusations, O the Merciful to His believing servants.

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Ramadan Dua: DAY 30
Ramadan Dua: DAY 30 [Arabic]

O Allah, on this day, make my fasts worthy of appreciation and acceptance, according to what pleases You, and pleases the Messenger, the branches being strengthened by the roots, for the sake of our leader, Muhammad, and his purified family. Praise be to Allah, the Lord of the worlds.

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