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Re: The essence of the facts
« Reply #25 on: October 31, 2018, 08:14:55 AM »
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Re: The essence of the facts
« Reply #26 on: November 07, 2018, 07:31:02 AM »
2: Islam oppresses women:

One of the most disturbing misconceptions is the negative portrayal of women in Islam namely that Islam degrades and oppresses women.  According to the teachings of Islam, the only thing that distinguishes people in the sight of God is their level of piety.

This verse proves that real honour and status is not attained because a person is rich or poor, black or white, male or female but attained through piety and devoutness.  Therefore, it comes as no surprise to learn that for every male convert to Islam, four females convert.  Some reasons for this overwhelming female conversion rate are due to the following rights enshrined in Islam:

• total control of their wealth;

• choose their spouse;

• keep their own surname when married;

• own property, operate a business, study, and receive equal pay for equal work;

• inherit property, and to have their marriage dissolved in the case of neglect or mistreatment;

• participate in all forms of worship that men participate in.

Allah says:

“Verily the most honourable of you in the sight of Allaah is the most God conscious” Qur’an 49:13

Islam guaranteed these rights, among many others, to women over 1400 years ago – rights that women in the West are still lacking.

Without doubt, there are Muslim women who are oppressed and not given their rights.  However, this is not the fault of Islam.  The problem is that in many places in the world, culture and traditions have come to overshadow the teachings of Islam, either through ignorance or harmful cultural practices.

While Islam enshrines the rights of women, it also acknowledges the fact that men and women are not identical.

Allah says: ‘. . . and the male is not like the female. . . ’ (Qur’an: 3:36)

Islam has therefore ordained different roles for men and women to reflect this undisputable fact.  Women have been granted the honour and tremendous responsibility of caring for the family and the household.  While Men have been given the responsibility of providing financial support , security and maintenance for the family and the household.

In conclusion, the noble position of women in Islam can be summarized by the following saying of the Prophet Mohammed (Peace be upon him):

“The world and all things in the world are precious, but the most precious thing in the world is a virtuous woman. ”

Allah also says:

“Whoever works righteousness whether male or female, while he (or she) is a believer – We will surely cause him to live a good life, and We will surely give them their reward (in the Hereafter) according to the best of what they used to do. ” Qur’an 16:97
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Re: The essence of the facts
« Reply #27 on: Today at 08:27:54 AM »
If Islam opposes idol worship, why do Muslims pray to a square structure?

The simple cube-shaped stone building located in Makkah is called the Ka‘bah or the Sacred House.   It is the point toward which Muslims face when they pray.   Although Muslims face the direction of Ka‘bah during prayer, they do not worship it.   Muslims worship and pray only to God.


The Ka‘bah was built by the prophet Abraham and his son Ishmael in response to God's command over 4,000 years ago.   Abraham consecrated the House for the worship of the one true God and invited all of humanity to visit it for that purpose.   Even today Muslims who are physically and financially able are required to make a pilgrimage to it once in a lifetime.   The Ka‘bah has remained at the center of a continuous tradition of worship and devotion up to the present day, symbolic of permanence, constancy and renewal.


There were periods in human history during which mankind deviated from the monotheism taught by God's prophets.   Before the advent of Muhammad, religion among the Arabs had degenerated into polytheism and paganism, and Makkah was completely submerged in idolatry; some 360 idols had been placed in and around the Ka‘bah to be worshipped there along with God.   Prophet Muhammad was sent to restore to mankind the pure monotheism taught by all the messengers of God and reinstate the worship of Him alone.   This he accomplished, and the Ka‘bah was finally cleared of all manmade deities.


Among the ancient religious rites particular to the Ka‘bah is walking around it.   This suggests the integrating and unifying power of monotheism in human life and how a Muslim's existence should revolve around a pure devotion to God.   The Ka‘bah symbolizes the unity of all true religion, the brotherhood of all the prophets, and the essential consistency of their message.


When Muslims pray facing toward this single central point, they are reminded of their common purpose and long-term goal.   Even when standing directly before the Ka‘bah in prayer, one is not to look at it but rather at the ground before him.   The spiritual focus is on God alone and never upon any created object.
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