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Christian nation VS predominantly christian nation

March 13, 2012

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I come from a religiously diverse family. My grandparents were orthodox jews, my mother more of a diest, aunts and uncles of all branches of judaism(reform, conservative, orthodox & hassidic), my sister and her children christians and of course my muslim self lol. Coming from a diverse background I grew up respecting other religions. In fact, […]

We are the same!

February 20, 2012

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As some of you may know I come from a Jewish background. When I began to study Islam I would stop and laugh so much at the sheer similarities between Islam and Judaism. But yet the hate that some Jews and Muslims have for the other[shaking my head]. Still, to this day when I learn […]

Muhammad al-Mahdi

February 20, 2012

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One thing that interests me is all the islamaphobia about al-Mahdi. My sister is a Christian and some of the crazy things she says about Islam, in a way, make me laugh, because I know they come from the fear of the unknown, not based on actual facts (btw I don’t consider anything from Glenn […]

The Quran is more violent than the Bible?

December 18, 2011

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Ugh I am soo tired of ignorant hyppocritical people talking about how the Quran is a “violent” book and the Bible is not. Whatever! the bible is just as violent if not more violent than the quran. In the Quran all of the violence that anti-islam folks LOVE to quote are for a specific people […]

the love of the ‘forbidden’

December 5, 2011

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As a convert to islam I did live for the dunya but alhamdulilah I have seen the error of my ways and reverted my life back to Allah. There is only one thing I have really had a problem with in Islam and it is marriage of a muslim woman to a non-muslim man. At […]

Muslims’ View of Christianity

November 29, 2011

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1. The true teachings of Jesus (pbuh) are fully compatible with Islam. Muslims are the true followers of the teachings of Jesus, Moses, and Mohammad (peace be upon them). 2. Muslims regard the “real” Bible (that reflects God’s actual message and the real teachings of Jesus and the prophets before him) as a holy scripture. […]

Headcovering in Christianity

November 22, 2011

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As I’m sure you’re all aware, the majority of Christian women today do not cover their head during service, and even less cover their hair in their daily lives. In this post, I’m going to be focusing on why some Christians believe it is mandatory for women to cover their head either just during services/when praying, […]