Here, I'd like to share some islamic websites I found and I feel they are good and explain Islam well. if you know any good websites about Islam, feel free to comment and let me know. I think having these websites as reference for non-muslims may help them understand Islam better. after all, learning something about the others is always helpful in dealing with them :
I hope these websites help everyone of you. if you want any reference about any subject, just write down a comment and I'll try to find references for you.
and you brothers and sisters in Islam, try to share the good Islamic websites you know with your brothers and sisters in Humanity. that may help them understand you better and live with you in peace, love and understanding.
The articles of these websites may not always represent my own opinions. they only represent the opinions of their authors. I didn't check every single article in these websites. I checked some and found them interesting so I am sharing them.
(I was searching through the information you provided me and came across this journal)
I would advise you to remove the website "answering christianity" for the sake of your arguments. if Islam is indeed the true will of God, you will not need a source that lies and takes things out of context to prove that idea
that website is an answer to an islamophobic Christian missionary website (having similar name) that propagates lies and falsehood against Islam. although I didn't read all what's in answering-christianity but from the several articles I read, the authors of the website made tremendous effort to rebuke the allegations made in many anti-Islamic website. an Arabic proverb says: "don't throw rocks on people's houses if yours is built of glass"
I already know what I'm saying. You, the one whose first visit to my page was to attack the Qur'an with lies (KNOWING THAT YOU HAVE NOT READ THE QUR'AN and making claims you can't prove), can't possibly be giving me an objective beneficial advice. you like to attack other people's faiths, but don't want others to attack yours.
I have nothing against Christians. but when some ignorant hate-monger Christians mock Islam and try to vilify it by spreading falsehood, I have all the rights to point to Muslim responses so that people would have access to the opposite opinion, whether this responses are to your liking or not. If you don't like a certain website here, or if you feel it's not correct, then just ignore it and read what pleases you. if nothing here pleases you, then go read something else somewhere else... but you don't have the right to ask me to remove any links from my own page. I won't do it. deal with it.
I didn't attack your holy book. I made a factual statement, which was that the Qur'an and the Bible do not agree (I think you proved that statement to be correct yourself). your claim that this is so because the Bible is corrupt was more of a speculation than an actual fact. I see this dissonance as a difference in belief, not a distortion, due to Occam's razor
the website I pointed out had nothing to do with my own comfort. in fact, I was giving you a heads up because publicly posting false information on a serious journal will prevent anyone from taking you seriously. I've encountered many people with different beliefs than me who accidentally refer their readers to false information or satirical content, and gently point out that the information they provided will likely destroy their argument. I was hoping you would kindly take my suggestion instead of feeling as though your religion was being personally attacked
that website not only contains false information regarding christianity, but it was also poorly written and poorly designed, and the language in it appears crazed or possibly satirical. I myself would not post a resource like that because it is so easy to dismantle (I'v encountered this problem before when presenting my own beliefs, and have taken my own advice)
I can see that you are fixed firmly in your belief. I have no problem with this and I respect your right to have a belief that suits you. however to turn around and call any opposition an "attack" on your faith is a paranoia-like response. I don't mean to be rude, but if you were so confident in your faith, would you feel the need to act so defensive over a fact you may or may not like?
I planned a detailed response to your other comment, but I won't be posting it. besides, it is your page and you will likely interpret it as an attack
I didn't attack your holy book. When coming to my page and telling me my book has ungodly mistakes while you admit you didn't read it, I see this as an attack. call it whatever you like. I get many Christians coming to my page. they most certainly don't believe in the Qur'an. but they don't make pointless remarks such as that one you made. why? because it's pointless. you have your belief. I have mine. I didn't come to your page to attack yours. you shouldn't come to my page to attack mine. of course, if you have questions you want answered or you read something about islam and you want to confirm, you are always welcomed as long as you present your argument and questions in a respectful polite manner.
I was hoping you would kindly take my suggestion instead of feeling as though your religion was being personally attacked If I listened to every suggester and followed what they ask, I wouldn't be doing what I'm doing now. my holy book tells me that the Christians and the Jews will never be satisfied with us, Muslims, unless we follow what they desire. now you made a suggestion. I didn't accept it. it should have ended here. of course, you have right to try to defend and justify your opinion. and I also have right to defend mine and in the end, I have the right to decide what to post in my page. you shouldn't feel upset because people don't like your suggestion.
that website not only contains false information regarding christianity the authors in that website are debaters. they receive a lot of challenges and emails and they post them publicly with their replies. You can make rebuttals to what you believe false information regarding Christianity and they will post it in their website with their own reply. I saw a lot of Christians did this. if you communicate with them by email and you get their reply, you can also post the whole in your page if you want the public to read and benefit.
but it was also poorly written and poorly designed that's not my website so that I design it. besides, the Christian missionary website they are replying to is even worse. SS's website is not just poorly written and poorly desiged. it's even full of filth and disgusting distortions. * SS is the author of the Anti-Islamic Christian website that caused the existence of Answering-Christianity. I don't want to make my page dirty by mentioning his filthy name here.
and the language in it appears crazed or possibly satirical. the articles there are replies to SS's articles. that's why they follow the same manner. SS in his website is attacking Islam with sarcasm. they are just replying him in his own way.
I myself would not post a resource like that because it is so easy to dismantle (I'v encountered this problem before when presenting my own beliefs, and have taken my own advice) I am pretty sure if you were to post websites, you probably post some like SS or RS's website (attacking Islam to prove Christianity is the truth)
I can see that you are fixed firmly in your belief. just like you.
however to turn around and call any opposition an "attack" on your faith is a paranoia-like response. I don't call any disagreement attack. when the disagreement is only aimed to voice a different opinion, it's more than welcome. but when the disagreement aims to vilify Islam with ignorant and baseless claims, for me this is an attack. I could leave all attacks here and I don't care. but if I were to do so, my page would become a junkyard where people of different faiths fight and vilify each other. therefore, I have the firm belief that everyone has right to preach and express their opinion in their pages. so I don't bother other people about my religious opinions. and I don't want others to bother me with their religious opinions. if someone wants to voice a disagreement, he is welcome. if his disagreement includes vilification and attack on Islam, I believe their page is a better place for such things.
I planned a detailed response to your other comment, but I won't be posting it. besides, it is your page and you will likely interpret it as an attack If your detailed reply is a long article, then I suggest you put it in your own page. I have a policy not to debate with people. there are people who excel in debates, and there are forums dedicated to religious debates. if you seek debates, my page is not the best choice. here, I only aim to present Islam the way I understood it. whether you like or dislike, agree or disagree is your choice and freedom. If you want to attack Islam freely do so in your own page. of course, I may not reply you there. if I happen to see your article and feel it deserves a reply, I may reply you in an article in my own page. I believe this is the most civilized way to deal with the issue. but if you have questions you want to ask in order to learn more about Islam, then feel free to ask here and I will answer to the best of my ability, in sha'Allah [god willing]
[link] <---- if you go to the services section on this website you can go and request free islamic books and stuff ^^ for non Muslims and Muslims alike and it has a new muslim support area too ^^ I think it's a very useful site overall ^^
and as for reading stuff about a subject i find books are good especially when your on the go ^^
umm, you already told me about that website and I already told you I am not gonna add it to my list. you can share it in your page if you want. please don't embarrass me by insisting so that I don't embarrass you by refusing. Wassalaamu alaikum.
What if I completely change your mind about Islam, what would you think, how would you feel?
Allah wants us to be open-hearted, and whatever new information is given, we shouldn't ignore it, just saying, because it's the same concept when ignorant people bash on Islam without any prior knowledge to it, and others that don't even want to listen to the truth.
Do you believe in that, that we should be open-hearted?
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سلام علیکم اخی Mister Nayzak, can you believe that some of these islamic webs are blocked? *sigh*oh well... but these websites are really really useful, I love the one which is about the miracles of quran And I think I know another website to tell: [link]
Assalamualaikum. You really did it brother. This must be taking some time to rearrange, I hope we all can learn more about Islam from this. These days even Muslims themselves don't know Islam. Naudzubillahiminzalim...
i will ask you to add those web sites to your list. i think those web site is better than any others 1st [link] its in 46 language i think this website organize by saudi aawqaf 2nd [link] - and arabic [link] maybe egypt 3rd [link] Deutsch|Français|Español|عربى / Qatar
I am a Muslim young adult who was raised in the United States. I try to follow as best I can but there are so many ways of Islam that I do not know, since I grew up in a society with different practices and cannot read Arabic. Do you know of any websites/communities for people such as myself? Especially when I think about eventually starting a family and raising children, I am a little worried about this...
I suggest TubeIslam.com it is like Youtube, with videos and all. and you can use the search and type what you want to look for (for example, "family", "children"...) and you can get some lectures and shows about Islam. I am using it to learn.
"I saw that website before. they spread false information about Islam. so I am not gonna add it."
Actually, that site spreads the true information about Islam, but this is my opinion. Because they're are different sects, I suggest you create a little note in the bottom with this link and write...'If you believe that the Mahdi has come, this site is for you.'
It's for the best, and trust Allah, and he will forgive you.
I am afraid I can't. I don't like to post links to websites that I believe spread false information about Islam. you may think the website is reliable. that's your opinion. but when I feel the opposite I can't share it here. you can share it in your page though.
But I pray for you, may Allah guide you to the straight and most reliable path.
Back during the time of Muhammad (saw), the Pagans all denied everything Muhammad (saw) said and did.
This is all happening again.
It was prophesied that a Mahdi will come to reunite all the Muslimeen in this world into one Khilafat.
Brother, let me tell you that this has been full filled and by the grace of all mighty Allah, we are on out 5th Khalifa now.
Brother in Islam, tell me, if this supposed Mahdi were to be a false subordinate prophet of Muhammad (saw), then wouldn't have Allah dealt with him and his peaceful community and anyone who follows in his path?
There were MANY false prophets in the past, and Allah has dealt with ALL of them.
But this...my friend, is different. If you pray to Allah to open your eyes and see, just see, that even after the 5th Khulafah, we are growing strong and are in the millions and growing day by day!
And by the way, what false teachings do you find?
Surely, Allah will deteriorate all falsehood from this world.
But I pray for you, may Allah guide you to the straight and most reliable path. do you mean I am astray?
It was prophesied that a Mahdi will come to reunite all the Muslimeen in this world into one Khilafat. yes, and the final Khilafah is supposed to defeat the enemies of Islam. which never happened so far.
There were MANY false prophets in the past, and Allah has dealt with ALL of them. and Mirza was one of them.
And by the way, what false teachings do you find? many. but I prefer not to open the subject right now.
"do you mean I am astray?" Me or anybody praying for somebody's sake does not mean that person is astray. It means to PREVENT you from going astray.
"yes, and the final Khilafah is supposed to defeat the enemies of Islam. which never happened so far." And by the grace of all mighty Allah, this is already true. The Khalifa has sermons every Friday, and he is leading millions of Ahmadi Muslims in over 195 countries. The message is spreading, subhannallah. The message does not spread in a day, it takes time.
"and Mirza was one of them." Mirza died according to the age Allah revealed to him in a vision. That surely is a sign from Allah, and the promise was full filled. And if Mirza was a false prophet, then Allah still hasn't dealt with him yet, because his Khulafa are still running his Muslim Organization, and we are on our 5th Khalifa already, spreading the message. Tell me, when the Mahdi will finally come in your time, will you yet still believe in him? It says in the Qur'an when the people await for a messenger, like the Jews, but then when a messenger comes, they deny him.
Allah sends a messenger during the time when there is a great need of one in this world. The Jews are awaiting for their Messiah, the Christians are awaiting for the second-coming of Jesus (as), and the Muslims are awaiting for their Mahdi. And all 3 believe that this special person will be sent when the world is in a bad state...but in a state that there is still hope for rejuvenation.
Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (as) has full filled all of these. He is the Promised Messiah, the Mahdi, and the Second-Coming of Jesus (as), as prophesied.
"many. but I prefer not to open the subject right now." Our motto for the Ahmadiyyat Muslim Community (AMC) is, 'Love For All, Hatred For None.'
Apparently, what is a false teaching and what is the true teaching depends on the side you view it upon. For example, Christians think their religion is the right path whereas the Muslims think their religion is the right path. And Christians will call the Qur'an false teachings whereas the Muslims will call parts of the Bible false teachings. So it entirely depends on the side you view it upon.
Some common misconceptions: Mirza was a SUBORDINATE prophet to Muhammad (saw). Muhammad (saw) was still the last prophet, but last as in HIGHEST rank, there can be no higher rank than him. Muhammad (saw) was the seal of all the prophets.
But Muslims still believe that a Mahdi will come after Muhammad (saw), so what will you call him then?
We Ahmadis call him a reformer, a subordinate prophet of Muhammad (saw). Surely, we humans portray time as a big thing, but it does not matter in sight of Allah.
In Ahmadi Muslim belief, there are 2 types of prophets. Regular, and Law-Bearing. There were THREE law-bearing prophets and the rest were regular prophets. Adam (as), Moses (as), and Muhammad (saw), were the three law-bearing prophets, and there can be NO MORE prophets that bring more laws after Muhammad (saw). But Allah can send down as many regular prophets as he likes, to reform the era we live in.
What do you think? Allah sent his final law in the Qur'an through Muhammad (saw), but that doesn't mean Allah can create other human beings officially to reform those laws after Muhammad (saw)'s death. Surely, Allah can do all he wills and pleases.
We live in a world where trusting others is a risk. But once your on the path of Allah, nothing can go wrong if you are with him.
My brother in humanity and peace. We are very close to you. Do not follow what the corrupted Mullahs are teaching you, about violence, hatred. Spreading lies and filth about us. Certainly they have formed a misunderstanding of what we really believe in, and why we are still living.
Let's look at the similarities.
We both want peace, love, giving of alms/charity. We both pilgrimage to Mecca, and pray 5 timed a day facing the Ka'aba. We both fast during the holy month of Ramadan. We both spread the true Message of Islam. We both believe in all of the Angels, the books, the prophets, the last day, and the decree of Allah. We both believe in Allah and recite the Kalima. La ila'ha ilullaho Muhammade'rasoolullah.
There is none other worthy of worship except Allah, and Muhammad (may peace and blessings be upon him), is the servant and messenger of Allah.
Brother, I pray for the goodness of you and your family.