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  1. Apr 23, 2001 · The “Holy Spirit” (Ruh al-Qudus) is Jibril (peace be upon him). Shaykh al-Shanqiti said: “The words of Allah (interpretation of the meaning), ‘and [We] supported him with Ruh al-Qudus’ [al-Baqarah 2:87] refer to Jibril according to the most sound view.

    • The Star and Crescent. Most people today recognize the Star and Crescent symbol as the official symbol of Islam. While that’s not necessarily the case according to all religious leaders, the majority of Muslim followers do revere this symbol as a holy representation of their religious faith.
    • Rub el Hizb. The Rub el Hizb symbol is another one that’s often viewed as a direct representation of the Muslim faith. It’s comprised of two overlapping squares – one placed parallel to the ground and one tilted at 45 degrees.
    • The Color Green. The first important symbol we should mention isn’t an actual geometric symbol – it’s a color. Since its earliest days, the color green has been associated with Islam by most of its followers because of a particular line in the Quran (18:31) which states that “those who inhabit paradise will wear fine silk garments of green”.
    • The Colors White and Black. The other two colors with powerful symbolism in Islam are white and black. As in other cultures, white is the color of purity and peace which is a key tenant in Islam.
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  3. That is why – Glory be to Him – described His light, saying: { Allah is the Light of the heavens and the earth. } Nur:35 His light is great with no limits to it. Since illumination is excessive light, it has intensity and heat, and it is not the gentle light that has no heat in it.

  4. The term "Bible" is not found in the Quran; instead the Quran refers to specific books of the Bible, including Torah ( توراة, Tawrah ), Psalms ( الزَّبُورُ, Zabur) and Gospel ( إنجيل, Injil ). [1] The Quran also refers to suhuf, meaning scrolls, along with the term al-Kitāb (Quran 3:23). [2] Al-Kitāb means "the book" and ...

  5. Literal Meaning: Follower Of Christ. Islam is derived from the Arabic root "Salema": peace, purity, submission and obedience. In the religious sense, Islam means submission to the will of God and obedience to His law. A Muslim is one who follows Islam. Life after death: Eternity in Heaven or Hell, in some cases temporal Purgatory.

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  6. The Holy Prophet (s.a.w) generally received the Divine message when some event had either taken or was about to take place, or someone had put a question to him. We must remember that: “often (an epileptic) does not know what has happened.

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