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She cited the Quranic verse: "He who forsakes his home in the cause of Allah, finds in the earth Many a refuge, wide and spacious: Should he die as a refugee from home for Allah and His Messenger, His reward becomes due and sure with Allah: And Allah is Oft-forgiving, Most Merciful." Verse (4:100)
Summary: The President of the Syriac League in Lebanon Habib Afram released a statement Monday seeking to explain his use of Quranic verses in a weekend interview on local channel OTV, after strong criticism.
In Qatar, cleric Youssef al-Qaradawi -- respected by the Muslim Brotherhood and other Islamists -- issued a five-page statement listing Quranic verses and sayings, also attributed to the prophet and telling Muslims to not mistreat prisoners of war.
This Quranic verse gives us a criterion to judge the veracity of worship of every individual.
Indeed, the full verse says, "Woe to the worshippers, who are distracted from their prayers." Thus, some people deal with news, ideas, comments and statements in this manner of partial reading, just like those who stop reading the Quranic verse above after the first few words.
If a student does not know or forgot obscure in meaning one word or a Quranic verse, with this book InshaAllah he can remember what he forgot and clarify the ambiguity of meaning.
An Iranian-Canadian blogger named Hossein Derakhshan wrote in November that the blog Islamic Army "has threaten [sic] a big list of Iranian blogger [sic] for their 'insults' to Allah, Prophet Mohammad and other Shia Imams." Derakhshan, who maintains blogs in English and Farsi, noted that Islamic Army has "picked particular posts from my Persian blog, in which they think I've insulted the God, and other sacred concepts of Islam and therefore, quoting from a Quranic verse, I deserve to be killed."
Why then does he not believe in the Quranic verse that I quoted in my last letter?
Such analysis evaluates whether an interpretation of a Quranic verse or Hadith is consistent with the whole corpus of Islam.
The tragedies connect in tempo as well as concept, as Darwish has the Native American echo Quranic verse: "You have your god and we have ours, / you have your religion and we have ours.
ISLAMABAD -- Pakistan Navy has released a new patriotic song titled "Yaqeen-eKamil" derived from Quranic verse "Hasbuna Allahu Wa Ni'mal Wakeel,".
The virtue of Masjid Quba is mentioned in the following Quranic verse in Surah Taubah: '...certainly a masjid founded on piety from the very first day is more deserving that you should stand in it...' [9:108] The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be on him) said: 'He who purifies himself at his home and comes to Masjid Quba and offers two rakats therein, will be rewarded the reward of an Umrah (lesser pilgrimage).'
As a crowd forms around him requesting him to write their name, a saying or a Quranic verse, he readily complies, deftly going about his job using two metal nibs which he dips into a special calligraphy ink.
Zahra Najia Zahraoui, member of the Marrakech local council of Ulema, on the theme "women's contribution to building Moroccan personality", drawing on the Quranic verse: "The believing men and believing women are allies of one another.
For example, Mahmoud understates the significance of Ghannoushi's analysis of the Quranic verse (3:36) regarding the birth of Mary, mother of Jesus, by asserting that it "predicates Mary's worth on her motherhood of Jesus and hence her relationship to a man rather than her own independent worth." It is hard to see how anyone who has read the verses immediately following could fail to see the great stress laid on Mary's inherent worth, put up not only as a model for all women (who cannot aspire to be the mother of Jesus) but even as a model to men, specifically to her guardian Zakariya.