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  • Allah Of The Qur'an To Yahweh Of The Torah - 1,309 words
    Allah of the Koran and Yahweh (Jehovah) of the Torah are the main deities of the two worlds popular religions Islam and Judaism. The fact that the two religions were created in close geographic proximity led to the unification of certain traditions and principles as well as enmity of the two religions and deities. Some scholars claim that Allah and Jehovah are the same while others state that they are completely different. In the following essay I am going to speak about the similarities as well as differences between Allah and Jehovah, present various findings on the given matter and express my personal comments on the two supreme gods. Allah-Yahweh similarities. First of all Judaism, and I ...
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  • My Bestfriend - 1,110 words
    English 1301 If you want a good friend, then you must be one yourself. That phrase always sticks in my mind when I remember my best friend Omar. Omar and I have been friends for over twenty years. We have done everything together since the day Omar moved to Jerusalem with his family. Omar was only eight back then and full of stories. I especially liked the one about how women mysteriously grew babies in their stomach six month after they get married. Two years after that, we became best friends when Omar showed me one of his fathers adult magazines. We thought that women were really weird back then. We still share that secret to this day. Our friendship became much stronger during the Pales ...
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  • Heraclius - 1,155 words
    ID: Heraclius was born in Cappadocia, in Anatotlia, somewhere around 575. In 610, his father, the governor of Carthage (Africa), sent him to Constantinople to overthrow the tyrant Phocas. This venture was successful and Heraclius was proclaimed emperor on October 5, 610 Sig: Heraclius had to begin his reign by recovering much of his empire from the Persians. He also had to reorganize the government and the army. Heraclius brought efficiency into the government and restored financial stability to the empire. In 621, Heraclius began a seven-year series of campaigns against the Persians. This began because Heraclius wanted to recover lost territory in Asia Minor. A peace treaty which limited Pe ...
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  • A Muslims View - 1,162 words
    For decades, the situation in Palestine has been promoted as an "Arab" issue, or a "Palestinian" issue, and Muslims have, by and large, gone along with this charade. Such a belief gas proven fatal as the Zionists have succeeded in further dividing the opposition to their occupation of Palesine, with the inevitable weaknesses that implies. And yet, paradoxiically, with the latest "peace treaties", between themselves and Jordan, and with the Palestinians of Yasser Arafat's Palestine National Authority (sic), the Zionists have brought into the open what should have been obvious all along. Palestine is an Islamic Issue, and Muslims all over the world have a duty to care about what is going on. F ...
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  • Sundiata - 1,235 words
    The epic of Sundiata begins with the introduction of the griot, and narrator Mamadu Kouyate. Throughout the epic, the importance of the griot is stressed numerous times. When speaking of griots Mamadu Kouyate states that, we are the repositories which harbor secrets many centuries old. The art of eloquence has no secrets for us; without us the names of kings would vanish into oblivion, we are the memory of mankind (Niane). It was through oral reciting that the epic was passed along for generations. Though in todays society, information has taken on new mediums, it is just as important to the culture of today as it was to the culture of the Mandingo . Cultures change, but many of the things t ...
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  • Mlk And Malcolm X - 1,313 words
    ... d any moral conscience and he promoted the role of the angry black race against a racist America. Kings philosophies present a sharp contrast to those of Malcolm X. He believe that through hard work, strong leadership, and non-violent tactics, that blacks could achieve full equality with whites. His belief in non-violence even extended to a woman who nearly killed him. King was reported as saying, dont persecute her, get her healed. (pg. 52, Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Freedom Movement) Near the end of their lives, Martin Luther King, Jr. and Malcolm Xs beliefs became more similar. Malcolm X corrected himself after his break with the Black Muslim movement. He now emphasized unity and ...
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  • Segu - 1,275 words
    Using specific illustrations from Maryse Conde's novel Segu, this is an essay that discusses how the coming of Islam to Bambar society affected that people's traditional, political, social and economic practices as well as challenging the Bambaras' religious beliefs. Before the arrival of Islam, Segu and its people, the Bambaras, were extremely different world from what they became under Islamic rule. The Bambaras were proud people with a long history in farming, and the wealthy ones worked with hundreds of slaves and planted millet, cotton and fonio (p. 4). Their currency was cowrie shells and gold dust, and they hadn't even heard of money, which came with the white man. With the coming of ...
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  • The Influence On Mohammed The Profit And Islam On Arabia - 1,850 words
    THE INFLUENCE OF MOHAMMED THE PROPHET The success of the Arabian civilization is due to the contributions and efforts of one single man by the name of Pbuh Mohammed. Mohammed was a prophet who was responsible for the creation and development of the Islam religion which would later become the foundation of the Arabian society. Other than the fact that he developed a religion that is accepted world wide, he granted the people of Arabia with a new culture and way of life. There is no way to measure the importance of this one mans life, or the impact that he had on both Arabia and the rest of the world. Arab civilization truly began in AD 570 with the birth of a man that would grow up to develop ...
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  • Abu Hasan - 1,120 words
    In the city of Aceh in what is now known as the island of Sumatera, Indonesia there was an ambitious and vain man named Abu Hasan who worked hard to become a wealthy and important businessman. However the one thing that continued to elude him was to gain fame and importance in Unfortunately Abu Hasans wife was not what you would call a social butterfly and in her husbands eyes was the reason for him not gaining his expected place in society. "I divorce you. I divorce you. I divorce you. " Abu Hasan invoked the Islamic law of divorce and unfeelingly rid himself of his social albatross. Friends and family immediately paraded prospective brides in front of the rich mans door. However none of th ...
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  • Have Not Clue - 461 words
    The Koran, the book of Islam, is not only the testimony of a false prophet, it is the testimony of Antichrist. Yet, so many hearing that testimony today are willing to believe it, to take it to heart, to stand on it, and even to die for it --- as if it were written by the Spirit of Truth. Have you ever read the Koran? It is a book that has influenced almost as many people as the Bible. It is a book that has contributed to the shaping of world history. And it is a book that will greatly influence the events of these last days. If you haven't, I recommend that you read it, but only after having first read the Bible. Why? Though you may be able to spot the absurdities in the Koran you will not ...
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  • Bullshit - 462 words
    Christianity Hinduism Islam Buddhism Judaism 1.God is the devine heavenly father who is loving,caring,and forgiving 1.Pantheistic:The Absolute Spirit Brahman-all individual accepts of being belong to the same divine substance. 1.Allah is the God for Islamic religions who is powerful, merciful, and beneficient ruler of the Islamic faith. 1.Two Sects: Hinayana-emphasizes personal pursuit of Nirvana (paradise). They did not see a Supreme Being.Mahayana-sees divinity come to earth (Budha) 1.God which is the parallel to the Christian religion but Jesus is not celebrated. 2.New Testament-27 books of scriptures written by the Apositles.Apocrypha-hidden books of parables,proverbs and writtings on so ...
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  • Bullshit - 462 words
    Christianity Hinduism Islam Buddhism Judaism 1.God is the devine heavenly father who is loving,caring,and forgiving 1.Pantheistic:The Absolute Spirit Brahman-all individual accepts of being belong to the same divine substance. 1.Allah is the God for Islamic religions who is powerful, merciful, and beneficient ruler of the Islamic faith. 1.Two Sects: Hinayana-emphasizes personal pursuit of Nirvana (paradise). They did not see a Supreme Being.Mahayana-sees divinity come to earth (Budha) 1.God which is the parallel to the Christian religion but Jesus is not celebrated. 2.New Testament-27 books of scriptures written by the Apositles.Apocrypha-hidden books of parables,proverbs and writtings on so ...
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  • Adding To Pakistans Misery A Heroin Epidemic - 1,996 words
    Adding to Pakistan's Misery, a Heroin EpidemicRaees Khan sleeps most nights on a pillow of dust. His home is a median strip along the busy Liaquadabad Road, across from a mosque. A little before dawn a loudspeaker announces the first call to prayer, a reminder to the holy that before Allah all men are naught. This noisy summons fails to awaken Mr. Khan. Though a Muslim, he does not pray five times a day. Other rituals command him: emptying a tiny bag of heroin into a plastic bottle cap, adding water and heating it on a small flame, drawing the hypnotic broth into a syringe, hunting for a plump vein and feeding into it the fluid warmth. After a decade of addiction, locating the vein is the ha ...
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  • A Heroin Epidemic - 1,996 words
    Adding to Pakistan's Misery, a Heroin EpidemicRaees Khan sleeps most nights on a pillow of dust. His home is a median strip along the busy Liaquadabad Road, across from a mosque. A little before dawn a loudspeaker announces the first call to prayer, a reminder to the holy that before Allah all men are naught. This noisy summons fails to awaken Mr. Khan. Though a Muslim, he does not pray five times a day. Other rituals command him: emptying a tiny bag of heroin into a plastic bottle cap, adding water and heating it on a small flame, drawing the hypnotic broth into a syringe, hunting for a plump vein and feeding into it the fluid warmth. After a decade of addiction, locating the vein is the ha ...
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  • Muhamad And The Spread Of Islam - 1,171 words
    Muhammad is the greatest prophet to all in the Muslim world. He grew up in poverty without any parents to become the founder of the Islam religion. He faced terrible and good times through his spreading of the new monotheistic religion but left the world successful with many followers. Muhammad or Mohomet, the founder of Islam, is believed to have been born in 571. This date is not known to be accurate but came about from the knowledge the prophet was born during the reign of Khusro Ano Sharwan and is most commonly accepted. Muhammad was born in the great city of trade and religion, Mecca, also called Makkah. At the time of his birth, Mecca was a great trade center where caravans of merchant ...
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  • Muhamad And The Spread Of Islam - 1,108 words
    ... one day. The revelations continued and became painful and agonizing causing Muhammad to sweat and become unconscious at times. They told him things to do and how to let the inspiration take its course. In AD613 Muhammad began sharing his visions and ideas with family and friends. He preached about the one God whom all should obey, the equality of all people, sharing of wealth, and the doing of good deeds. Khadija and Muhammad's other family were his first followers. Many people opposed Muhammad's ideas and were afraid that people would not come to Mecca if they heard about the new monotheistic beliefs. They feared losing the present trade and wealth and persecuted Muhammad along with hi ...
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  • The Islam Religion - 605 words
    Islam is a religion that is still very much alive today. A man named Mohammed offered Arabs the religion of Islam. Mohammed was born in about 570 A.D. in Mecca. He became known for honesty and good business sense when he was a teenager. He married a woman by the name of Khadija who was a widow that ran her own business. He often meditated in a cave outside Mecca and rejected the many gods of the tribal religion. At the age of 40 he believed he saw the angel Gabriel. He said Gabriel ordered him to, Recite in the name of thy Lord! He then offered the Arabs the religion of Islam, which is monotheistic. Islam means, surrender to Allah in Arabic. The followers of Islam are called Muslims, which m ...
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  • King Vs Malcolm X - 1,071 words
    ... ying, dont persecute her, get her healed, (pg. 52 Martin Luther King Jr. and the Freedom Movement). King and Malcolm X were heroes of the Civil Rights Movement. The speeches of King and Malcolm X reflected both mens visions on improving America. Both men believed that if blacks were to attain freedom, they first needed to achieve self-respect. However, Malcolm X speeches were delivered in a revolutionary tone which could incite his listeners to hatred of white America. Malcolm X used direct and to the point language, which could be understood, by all levels of society. He had mastery in language and could project his ideas. (Internet, Remember Malcolm X) This creativity in language hel ...
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  • Reconciling Religions - 976 words
    The main difference between the three great world religions of today, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, is the way each religion views the man known as Jesus of Nazareth. For many Jews, Jesus is a scholar, or perhaps a rabbi in the Jewish community, who overstepped his boundaries into self-proclaimed divinity; to some Jews, Jesus Christ did not exist at all. To Christians, he is the son of an all-loving and all-powerful god. Finally, for the people of the Islamic faith, Jesus is another prophet in the long line of prophets in the Jewish tradition. Despite this major difference, however, these three religions are very compatible, holding many of the same values and principles. It is these pri ...
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  • Wedding - 1,515 words
    he Western Whirlwind of Destruction which has been constantly blowing across this country for decades and undermining the morals of the Youth, of more recent times has found new victims in young men Muslim men and women who appear to be voluntarily stepping into its evil path. And whilst this "Tornado of the West" is leaving in its wake a continuous trail of crushed moral values amongst our young brothers and sisters, the parents are openly and unashamedly displaying an attitude of incredible irresponsibility by aiding and abetting the youngsters in their suicidal ventures. Clear evidence of this gross misbehaviour can be found, for instance, at Muslim weddings and engagement parties where t ...
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