Saturday, November 22, 2008

Players Maps

2 Spieler / Players Maps
A River Apart (by Rolk)
Asphyxiation (by Mattikai)
Battle at Nod Base v2 (by MrDavidoff)
Da Mahe Madness (by Agodzo)
Demon Rock (by Venom775)
Hell's Passage (by hawk10314)
Isles of Dread (Final Edition) (by Cent)
Lion's Valley (by Lion)
Lion's Walls (by Lion)
Lion's Walls (No Fog Effect) (by Lion)
Narc 1v1 Tourney v2 (by Narc)
Ridge 1v1 v2.0 (by Sw1tch)
River Rush (by v1rtu)
Rock 90 (by Big Smoke)
Scorched Earth 2 (by RVMECH)
The Last Ore Chasm (by Joel "noethis" McDonald)
Total Termination (by DragonFX90)

4 Spieler / Players Maps
CMDTower (by Cowski)
Flow of Corruption (by hawk10314)
Lost Contact (by Michael Richter)
Quadagon (by Mael)
Red Zone Rumble
Redzone Haze (by JBV3737)
Tiberian Dawn

6 Spieler / Players Maps
Carpathia 1.0 (by Stack111)
Dead and Gone (by Time2KILL)
JB Waterworks-A (by Jey Bee)
JB Waterworks-B (by Jey Bee)

8 Spieler / Players Maps
Twilight Flame Remake (Redzone Theme) (by Genome)
Two Against The World 2.1 (by Cyrus Blaze)

2 Spieler / Players Maps
Camouflage v3 (by Experiment)
Compression Expansion (Thisnameislame)
Copperhead Conflict (by [FBX])
Fields of Green
Scrin City
Spike Standoff (by Rolk)
Tournament Desert (by Hetero Hauke)
Tournament Desert Classic v2 (by MaDDoX)
Tournament Desert Reloaded (by ReLaX)
Tournament Waste

4 Spieler / Players Maps
Close Encounters
Coastal Conflict - Yellow Zone (by DarkAlex)
Fatal 4 Way 1.4dc (by Divinecobalt)
Meteora (by Marius)
Near Enemy (by ReFlex)
No Escape (by pwdkd)
Sunlight Flame NoSW (by Blue Fox)
Tiberium Heaven 1.1 (by DragonFX90)
Uprising (by TheG2)

6 Spieler / Players Maps
Bay of Pigs 2 (by Cyrus Blaze)
Blitz Ticks
Fair Advantage (by Hexedian)
Hostile Dawn
Tour of Egypt 1.0 (by ApogedoN)

7 Spieler / Players Maps
The Green Hell (by rB.Eagle)

8 Spieler / Players Maps
TownFight (by Buccane)
Twilight Flame 2028 (by Hetero Hauke)

2 Spieler / Players Maps
Isle of War
Sleepy Island 0.9 (by Fjonan)
Top Gun (by Electronic Arts - BestBuy PreOrder)
Up North-Yellow Zone (by DarkAlex)

4 Spieler / Players Maps
Death Valley (by Electronic Arts - GameStop PreOrder)
Desert Reign (by L1ZZ1X)
Red Zone Boarder (by Shottgun)
Vier Städte (by Morgul20)

6 Spieler / Players Maps
Art of Defense - Tiberium Grounds 1.1 (by Xionox)
Blacks Bigger Battle (by Electronic Arts - BestBuy & GameStop PreOrder)
Das Ödland von Agon (by Alexyz)
Defcon 6 Remake v1 (by Katty)

8 Spieler / Players Maps
Kill, Crush, Destroy (by Cyrus Blaze)
WNx Twilight Flame 2049 (by WNxColor)

2 Spieler / Players Maps
Bulgaria (by Sir Phoenixx)
C&C3 Map-Island (by AL CAPONE)
Complex IV (by OverlorD)
Deadly Grounds (by Ron Herrmann)
Desert Crossing (by TheRedScare)
Dune (by v1rtu)
Fallen Island 1.0 (by Cody aka g0dAries)
Isle of War 1.01 (by R315razor)
Lion's Heartland Shield (by Lion)
Midnight Port (by Reflex707)
Mountain Pass (by OverlorD)
Red Canyon (by v1rtu)
Tiberiumwüste (by Krashna)
Tournament Highway (by Forrey)

4 Spieler / Players Maps
4Play (by Thrawn28)
A River Run's Through It (by Reflex707)
Beach Side - Blue Zone (by ??)
City Chaos (by Ron Herrmann)
Corrupted Oasis (by SoD.X)
Desolation (by v1rtu)
Deth Lowlands (by Dethpoet)
Dry Heat (by hawk10314)
Green Valley (by TK)
Island Warfare 0.2a (by ??)
King Of The Hill (by Experiment)
Lion's Heartland Shield (by Lion)
OTSM-Terrasse (by Kasian)
Rumble in the Jungle (by Lorgar84)
Shoulder Valley (Beta) (by CROMEX)
The Motherlode (by spyVspy)
The Outback (by ??)
Tiberium Forest (by Boknar)
Tiberium Steppes (by wsted439)

6 Spieler / Players Maps
Heck Freezes Over (by ULTimATE-N00B)
Hillfight (by Buccane & ApogedoN)

7 Spieler / Players Maps
Brücken MS (by Manfred Stummer)

8 Spieler/ Players Maps
Lake Chicamicamico (by TK)

The Quran and Modern Science


A Brief Illustrated Guide To Understanding Islam

This book is specifically written for non-Muslims to help them better understand Islam.

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QURAN Explorer 1.0

QURAN Explorer 1.0 |Size:1.44 MB

QuranExplorer, where you can Listen to the Quran Recitation and Translation online in Arabic, English, and Urdu. ((updatable for more languages automatically))

-Arabic audio recitation from 5 famous Qaris (Reciters)
-Arabic text with English and Urdu translation
-Audio Translations in English and Urdu
-Sura, Verse, Juz, & Qari selection options
-Easy Navigation and Streaming Audio
-Easy to read font with adjustable sizes
-Automatically Bookmarks your progress
-No programs to download

What is the Quran:
The Qur'an ("Qor-Ann") is a Message from Allah (swt) to humanity. It was transmitted to us in a chain starting from the Almighty Himself (swt) to the angel Gabriel to the Prophet Muhammad (saw). This message was given to the Prophet (saw) in pieces over a period spanning approximately 23 years (610 CE to 632 CE). The Prophet (saw) was 40 years old when the Qur'an began to be revealed to him, and he was 63 when the revelation was completed. The language of the original message was Arabic, but it has been translated into many other languages.

The Qur'an is one of the two sources which form the basis of Islam. The second source is the Sunnah of the Prophet (saw). What makes the Qur'an different from the Sunnah is primarily its form. Unlike the Sunnah, the Qur'an is literally the Word of Allah (swt), whereas the Sunnah was inspired by Allah but the wording and actions are the Prophet's (saw). The Qur'an has not been expressed using any human's words. Its wording is letter for letter fixed by no one but Allah.

Prophet Muhammad (saw) was the final Messenger of Allah to humanity, and therefore the Qur'an is the last Message which Allah (swt) has sent to us. Its predecessors such as the Torah, Psalms, and Gospels have all been superseded. It is an obligation - and blessing - for all who hear of the Qur'an and Islam to investigate it and evaluate it for themselves. Allah (swt) has guaranteed that He will protect the Qur'an from human tampering, and today's readers can find exact copies of it all over the world. The Qur'an of today is the same as the Qur'an revealed to Muhammad (saw) 1400 years ago.






Medieval Islamic Civilization: An Encyclopedia

Josef W. Meri, "Medieval Islamic Civilization: An Encyclopedia"
Routledge | English | ISBN:0415966906 | 980 pages | PDF | 9.21 MB

Islamic civilization flourished in the Middle Ages across a vast geographical area that spans today's Middle and Near East. Islamic civilization during that era was a thriving society whose contributions in diverse fields as science, medicine, mathematics, literature, and philosophy left an indelible mark on Europe.

Medieval Islamic Civilization examines the socio-cultural history of the regions where Islam took hold between the 7th and 16th century. This important two-volume work contains over 700 alphabetically arranged entries, contributed and signed by international scholars and experts in fields such as Arabic languages, Arabic literature, architecture, art history, history, history of science, Islamic arts, Islamic studies, Middle Eastern studies, Near Eastern studies, politics, religion, Semitic studies, theology, and more. This reference provides an exhaustive and vivid portrait of Islamic civilization including the many scientific, artistic, and religious developments as well as all aspects of daily life and culture. Entries also explore the importance of interfaith relations and the permeation of persons, ideas, and objects across geographical and intellectual boundaries between Europe and the Islamic world.

From the Umayyad Mosque in Damascus to Christian merchants and the Qur'an to Fatima bint Muhammad, Medieval Islamic Civilization brings together in one authoritative resource all aspects of Islamic civilization during the Middle Ages. Accessible to the non-specialist, this resource will be of great use in research and to understand the roots of today's Islamic society as well as to explore the rich and vivid culture of medieval Islamic civilization.

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The four calligraphy fonts, Naskh, Nastaliq, Thuluth and Shikasta in their current forms, have a history of over 700 years. During past centuries, the masters of calligraphy have perfected these fonts, and have created artworks that are pleasing to the eye. The rules of the combination ligatures in calligraphy are so complicated that it takes years of training and practice for someone to become a master in one of the Islamic calligraphy fonts. The famous calligraphers have a lifetime dedication to this art.

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In Kelk, the possible shapes of a character are not limited to four, and on the average, there are 60 shapes for each character. The calligraphy fonts in Kelk are in easy-to-use Scaleable True Type format. With the use of proper tools in the software one can view and select all possible shapes of a word in one of the calligraphy fonts. The three calligraphy fonts in Kelk are modeled after the styles of the three famous contemporary masters of calligraphy.

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The Holy Quran DVD- Cheikh Al Hudhayfi

DVD PAL | ISO 4.31 GB | Languages Arabic, French, English with interactive interface | Recitatio with French and English translation | 3.03 Gb |

كل القرآن في هذا القرص بتلاوة شيج الجامع النبوي الحذيفي بالاظافة الى اسماء الله الحسنى و اشياء اخرى

This DVD allows you to simultaneously listen to and follow the recitation of the Holy Quran by the prominent Sheikh Abdur Rahman Al-Hudhaifi from the Prophet’s Mosque in Madina. English and French translations of verses and the highlighting of verses as they are recited make this DVD exceptional. Using special technology, the whole Qur’an has been collected onto a single DVD, with more than 30 hours of high quality videos.
The interactive menus give you direct access to all 114 chapters. You can also browse between verses using remote control. The exceptional stereo sound quality of this DVD makes it an ideal tool for learning and contemplating the Holy Qur’an.

Features: Duration: 29h 42mn • Interactive menus and chapters • Subtitles (translation ): French, English • Navigate between Surahs and verses • Direct access to all 114 chapters • Interface Language: French, English, Arabic • Bonuses: A selection of pictures of beautiful mosques and the holy sites of Islam • Evolution of the scripts used in Qur’anic manuscripts over fourteen centuries • The 99 Names of God.

Grвce а ce DVD interactif, vous pourrez simultanйment йcouter et suivre la lecture du Saint Coran psalmodiй par l'une des rйfйrences en la matiиre, le Cheikh Abdul Rahmane Al Hodhaify (l'Imam de la mosquйe du Prophиte). Ce DVD se distingue par la traduction (franзais + anglais) et le coloriage du verset en cours de lecture. Grвce а une technologie spйciale, l'ensemble du Coran a йtй rйuni sur un seul DVD (plus de 30 heures de vidйos haute qualitй). Les menus interactifs permettent un accиs direct aux 114 chapitres. Il est йgalement possible de naviguer entre les versets via la tйlйcommande. Grвce а la qualitй exceptionnelle du son stйrйo, ce DVD constitue un outil idйal pour l'apprentissage et la mйditation du Coran.

Caractйristiques : Durйe : 29h 42mn • Menus interactifs et chapitrage • Traduction/sous-titres : franзais, anglais • Navigation : Sourates et versets • Accиs direct aux 114 sourates grвce aux menus interactifs • Langues de l'interface : franзais, anglais, arabe • Bonus : Sйlection des plus belles mosquйes • Йvolution de l'йcriture des manuscrits coraniques а travers 14 siиcles • Les 99 Beaux Noms de Dieu.

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Islamic Philosophy A-Z

[center]Islamic Philosophy A-Z
by Peter S. Groff |Edinburgh University Press | ISBN 0748622160 | 2007-05-15 | 224 Pages | PDF | 1 Mb[/b]

Islamic Philosophy A-Z comprises over a hundred concise entries, alphabetically ordered and cross-referenced for easy access. All the essential aspects of Islamic philosophy are covered here: key figures, schools, concepts, topics, and issues. Articles on the Peripatetics, Isma'ilis, Illuminationists, Sufis, kalam theologians and later modern thinkers are supplemented by entries on classical Greek influences as well as Jewish philosophers who lived and worked in the Islamic world. Topical entries cover various issues and key positions in all the major areas of philosophy, making clear why the central problems of Islamic philosophy have been, and remain, matters of rational disputation.

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Shari'ah Law: An Introduction (One World (Oxford))

Oneworld Publications | 2008-02-08 | ISBN: 1851685650 | 398 pages | PDF | 3,5 MB
Providing a comprehensive and accessible examination of Shari'ah Law, this well considered introduction examines the sources, characteristic features and various schools of thought of a system often stereotyped for its severity in the West. Complete with a bibliography, glossary, and extensive index of Arabic quotations, this wide-ranging resource will prove an indispensable resource for Islamic students, and an informative guide to a complex topic for the general reader.

World Religions: Mapping History (Times Mapping History)

HarperCollins Publishers Limited | ISBN 0007199910 | 2006-02-01 | PDF | 256 pages | 26.9 MB
The Times World Religions presents a fully-comprehensive survey of the origins, developments, beliefs, and distribution of the world's religions. Full-color maps, pictures and a comprehensive and accessible text combine to form a unique global overview of human faith and a key to understanding its role in the modern world. The book's coverage ranges from faiths such as Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, and Buddhism to cover issues such as secularism, less well-known belief systems such as Pacific Cargo Cults, and includes a section on religion in the ancient world.

alise Ruthven, Azim Nanji , "Historical Atlas of Islam "

Harvard University Press (May 28, 2004) | ISBN-10: 0674013859 | 208 pages | PDF | 49,5 Mb
Islam dominates the news these days—be it a story on Shia uprisings in Iraq, banning headscarves in French schools or prosecuting extremists involved in the Sept. 11 attacks—yet few Americans are familiar with the religion’s complex history. Author Ruthven, along with Muslim scholar Nanji, present a rich but accessible history of Islam, now the religion of one-fifth of the world’s population, from Mohammed to bin Laden. Brief, digestible essays create an illuminating picture of the pivotal moments and movements, like the colonization of the Muslim world and recent rise of Islamist terrorists, which are complemented by numerous color illustrations mapping the religion’s spread from ancient Arabia to its outer limits in today’s Africa and Southeast Asia. While this is not an infallible resource (the authors misidentify the location of Djenne’s enormous mud mosque; it is in Mali, not Niger), it is certainly a most helpful one. Color maps and photographs throughout.

Neat Image Pro Plus v5.9 Plug-In for Photoshop

Neat Image Pro Plus v5.9 Plug-In for Photoshop

Neat Image is a filter designed to reduce visible noise and grain in photographic images produced by digital cameras and scanners. Neat Image is indispensable in low-light (indoors, night, astro) and high-speed (sport, action) photography. It is a tool for both professional photographers and digital image processing enthusiasts.

Neat Image can be used in both Photoshop-centric and standalone workflow

* Photoshop plug-in version of Neat Image can apply noise reduction and sharpening exactly where is required: in a layer, channel, or selection

* The plug-in fully respects transparency of image data like the Photoshop built-in filters do, so you can apply noise reduction with different strength to different image areas

* Neat Image plug-in can work as a smart filter in Photoshop CS3

* Neat Image Pro+ plug-in can run in Photoshop actions and apply required analysis and filtration completely automatically

* You can automatically batch process images using the Photoshop batch facility and an action with Neat Image Pro+ plug-in

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o Corel Photopaint X4 / X3 / 12
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* Neat Image standalone works directly with image files and can process many images at once using built-in queue / batch processing tools

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Salon Styler Pro

Salon Styler Pro is the salon industry’s leading hairstyle imaging software, used by the top hair salons and beauty schools world wide. In a digital makeover session you can quickly fit your clients with “a virtual hair” hairstyles from Salon Styler’s database of 1,000s of hairstyle choices. Plus, you can apply makeup from the most popular seasonal color pallets and much more.

Salon Styler Pro virtual makover is loaded with exclusive features you will find nowhere else!

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FaceSwapper makes it easy to cut and paste faces from one picture into another without precision selections or manual color adjustments. The cutting and pasting occurs in 3D space, allowing you to easily match the angle and direction of the target face. No need to use complicated 3D modeling applications or expensive graphical packages. Create high-quality collages in just minutes.

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Path Styler Pro V1.5

Path Styler Pro V1.5

Path Styler Pro is a filter plug-in for Photoshop that uses the precision of paths to create images with super sharp bevels that can be enhanced with metallic materials, textures, procedural maps, reflections, and more.

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Magic Translator v.8.01

Magic Translator can translate word, sentence, passage, Web page, Web site among 11 languages: English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Dutch, Russian, Chinese, Korean, Japanese. You can randomly choose the source and the destination language both from the 11 languages above.

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Niksoftware Dfine 2.101 - Adobe Photoshop

Niksoftware Dfine 2.101 - Adobe Photoshop

What is Noise?
Virtually, all digital cameras inherently create unwanted imperfections known as noise. The amount or type of noise in an image typically depends on the quality and type of imaging sensor with which it was created.

Contrast (Luminance) Noise and Color (Chrominance) Noise can be individually present in an image or might be seen in the same image. Fast or high ISO speeds and low light levels can add noise to images, while some images might exhibit high levels of JPEG artifacts.
Introducing Dfine 2.0
Dfine 2.0 gives you unprecedented control over exactly how much and where to apply noise reduction. This makes it ultra-easy to eliminate noise in your images while maintaining detail and sharpness, thus improving the quality of every digital photo you take. Dfine 2.0 is designed to prevent the loss of detail other noise reduction tools often introduce.
U Point® Technology
One of the hottest technologies in digital photography today, U Point technology powered Control Points have been added to Dfine 2.0 making it easy to reduce noise only where it is needed, maintaining details everywhere else.
Selectively Apply Noise Reduction
The Control Point and Color Range methods, along with the Selective Tool offer you the most advanced ways for selectively applying noise reduction to your images.
New and Improved Noise Reduction Engine with Automatic Profiling
Dfine 2.0 contains a brand new reduction engine that provides best-in-class noise reduction while retaining an incredible amount of detail.
Automatic camera profiling replaces the need to purchase camera profiles and fine-tunes Dfine’s revamped noise reduction engine to produce the best results for your camera. You can also create and save your own profiles for batch processing images.
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The new resizable interface lets you easily incorporate noise reduction into your workflow and quickly preview the results from the noise reduction applied.
Powerful Selective Tool (Adobe® Photoshop® only)
The Selective Tool gives you instant access to Dfine 2.0 and allows you to brush filter effects into your image using any brush tool available in Photoshop or Photoshop Elements. Layers and layer masks are created automatically, enabling you to quickly and easily apply enhancements to precise areas in your image.
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Picget Face Smoother 1.53

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Face Smoother is a special photo editing software. Sometimes the face skin on the photo does not look fine. Face Smoother smoothes the face skin in an easy and fast way and makes the photo more beautiful. Besides, with Face Smoother, you can also adjust ( change the brightness, contrast, saturation ), rotate, resize the photo.

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Interactive Physiology 9

Including parts:
Muscular System
Anatomy Review: Skeletal Muscle Tissue
The Neuromuscular Junction
Sliding Filament Theory
Muscle Metabolism
Contraction of Motor Units
Contraction of Whole Muscle
Nervous System I
Anatomy Review
Voltage Gated Ion Channels
The Membrane Potential
The Action Potential
Nervous System II
Anatomy Review
Chemically Gated Ion Channels
Synaptic Potentials and Cellular Integration
Synaptic Transmission
Cardiovascular System
Anatomy Review: The Heart
Intrinsic Conduction System
Cardiac Action Potential
Cardiac Cycle
Cardiac Output
Anatomy Review: Blood Vessel Structure and Function
Measuring Blood Pressure
Factors That Affect Blood Pressure
Blood Pressure Regulation
Autoregulation and Capillary Dynamics
Respiratory System
Anatomy Review: Respiratory Structures
Pulmonary Ventilation
Gas Exchange
Gas Transport
Control of Respiration
Urinary System
Anatomy Review
Glomerular Filtration
Early Filtrate Processing
Late Filtrate Processing
Fluids and Electrolytes
Introduction to Body Fluids
Water Homeostasis
Electrolyte Homeostasis
Acid/Base Homeostasis
Endocrine System
Endocrine System Review
Biochemistry, Secretion, and Transport of Hormones
The Actions of Hormones on Target Cells
The Hypothalamic-Pituitary Axis
Response to Stress
Digestive System
Anatomy Review
Control of Digestion
Digestion and Absorption

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Setting email di Ponsel

Setting/configurasi agar dapat menggunakan fasilitas ini, Berikut yang teman-teman harus dilakukan:

1. Gmail

Email :
Password : 123456

Maka settingnya adalah sebagai berikut:

Mailbox name : Gmail
Akses point : Pilih sesuai dengan operator Anda (misal: gprstelkomsel)
Alamat email :
Username :
Password : 123456
Outgoing Mail server :
Incoming Mail server :
Mailbox type : POP3
Incoming Port : 995
Outgoing Port : 465
Authentication : On


Email :
Password : 123456

Maka settingnya adalah sebagai berikut:

Mailbox name : Yahoo
Akses point : Pilih sesuai dengan operator Anda (misal: gprstelkomsel)
Alamat email :
Username : user
Password : 123456
Outgoing Mail server :
Incoming Mail server :
Mailbox type : POP3
Incoming Port : 995
Outgoing Port : 465
Authentication : On

Untuk informasi bahwa, tidak bisa dipakai untuk Outlook Xxpress, artikel di atas hanya untuk yahoo yang support POP3 seperti,,,,

3.Email perusahaan/pribadi

Email :
Password : 123456

Maka settingnya adalah sebagai berikut:

Mailbox name : perusahaan
Akses point : Pilih sesuai dengan operatormu (misal: gprstelkomsel)
Alamat email :
Username :
Password : 123456
Outgoing Mail server :
Incoming Mail server :
Mailbox type : POP3
Incoming Port : 110
Outgoing Port : 25
SSL : Off
Authentication : On

Catatan kalau dengan “@” tidak dapat akses, Anda bisa gunakan “%” atau”+”.

Setting di atas berlaku secara umum dan untuk semua jenis ponsel. Jadi hanya perlu disesuaikan saja dengan jenis/tipe telepon genggam. Jika menggunakan email perusahaan/pribadi, silakan tanyakan langsung ke bagian teknologi informasi perusahaan tempat Anda bekerja mengenai setting hosting untuk Incoming Mail Server dan Outgoing Mail Server-nya.

Miracle of Miracles

Ahamed Deedat | Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 54 | Size: 2 MB
The Quran is not only unique in the way in which it presents its subject matter, but it is also unique in that it is a miracle itself. By the term “miracle,” we mean the performance of a supernatural or extraordinary event which cannot be duplicated by humans. It has been documented that Prophet Muhammad, may God praise him, challenged the Arabs to produce a literary work of a similar caliber as the Quran, but they were unable to do so in spite of their well-known eloquence and literary powers. The challenge to reproduce the Quran was presented to the Arabs and mankind in three stages...

1. The Whole Quran

In the Quran, God commanded the Prophet to challenge all of creation to create a book of the stature of the Quran:

“Say: ‘If all mankind and the jinn would come together to produce the like of this Quran, they could not produce its like even though they exerted all and their strength in aiding one another.’” (Quran 17:88)

2. Ten Chapters

Next, God made the challenge ostensibly easier by asking those who denied its divine origin to imitate even ten chapters of the Quran:

“Or do they say that he has invented it? Say (to them), ‘Bring ten invented chapters like it, and call (for help) on whomever you can besides God, if you are truthful.” (Quran 11:13)

3. One Chapter

This final challenge was to produce even a single chapter to match what is in the Quran, whose shortest chapter, al-Kawthar, consists of only three verses:

“And if you all are in doubt about what I have revealed to My servant, bring a single chapter like it, and call your witnesses besides God if you are truthful.” (Quran 2:23)

These challenges were not just empty words with no one caring to prove them wrong. Prophet Muhammad’s call to monotheism, to the abolition of idolatry in all its forms, and to the equality of slaves and their masters threatened the whole socio-economic framework of Mecca society in general, and the position of the ruling Quraishee tribe from which the Prophet came in particular. Mecca, the trading center of Arabia, as well as its spiritual center, desperately wanted to stop the spread of Islam. Yet all that the Prophet’s opponents had to do to crush the movement was to make up a single chapter like any one of those which the Prophet and his followers were reciting to the people. A number of Quraishee orators and poets tried to imitate the Quran, but they failed. They then resorted to offering him vast amounts of wealth, the position of king over them, and the most noble and beautiful of their women in exchange for his promise to stop inviting people to Islam. He responded to them by reciting the first thirteen verses of Chapter Fussilat, until they asked him to stop.[1] The Quraish also resorted to torturing their slaves and relatives who had embraced Islam in a vain attempt to cause them to revert to paganism. Later they organized an economic boycott against the Prophet his followers and the members of his clan, Banu Hashim, in an attempt to starve them into submission. But even this plan eventually failed. Finally, they plotted to kill him in his home by sending armed young men from each of the clans of Quraish in order that the guilt of his murder be shared by all the clans, making revenge by the Prophet’s clan impossible.

However, God enabled the Prophet and his followers to flee Mecca and join a new band of converts who had arisen among the tribes of a city to the north called Yathrib. Islam spread rapidly through the clans of Yathrib, and within a year Muslims became the city’s majority. Prophet Muhammad was then made the ruler, and the name of the city was changed to Medina an-Nabi (The City of the Prophet may God praise him), which was then shortened to “Medina.” Over the next eight years, the clans of Mecca and its neighboring lands mounted a series of unsuccessful battle campaigns against the emerging Muslim state in Medina, which ended with the Muslim invasion of Mecca itself.

All of this bloodshed could have been avoided if only the Quraish and their allies had been able to produce a mere three lines of poetry or flowing prose similar to the shortest chapter of the Quran. Hence, there can be no doubt about the inimitability of the Quran’s literary style, about the miracle of its rhyme and the marvel of its rhythm.

It has been suggested that the inimitability of the Quran is not necessarily unique, for great English poets like Shakespeare, Chaucer, or great poets in any language tend to have distinctly unique styles which set them apart from their contemporaries. However, if, for example, some leading poet of today were to make an in-depth study of Shakespeare’s writings and write a sonnet in Shakespeare’s style in old ink and on old paper, then claim that he had discovered a lost poem of Shakespeare’s, the literary world would probably accept this claim, even after careful study. Thus, even the greatest of poets could be imitated; no matter how unique his style was, just as the famous painters have been imitated. [In fact, some English scholars consider much of what has been attributed to Shakespeare to have been written by his contemporary, Christopher Marlowe.] The Quran, however, is way above this level, as attempts to forge chapters have been made throughout the ages, yet none has withstood close scrutiny. And, as was mentioned before, the incentive to imitate the Quran was more intense during the time of its revelation when literally skills were at their peak than at any other time, yet there was no successful attempt.

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Abdur-Rahman Abdul-Kareem Al-Sheha | Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 122 | Size: 1.5 MB

“Terrorism” is of two kinds: terrorism that is evil based upon wicked tyrannical acts, and terrorism that is good and desired based on necessary and justified acts. The terrorism that is evil is injustice, double standards, tyranny, and aggression, in all the hateful connotations that these words imply. It targets women and children, civilians and noncombatants, trying to force defeat and difficult political decisions by spreading terror. This kind is what most people immediately think about when hearing the word terrorism. Often people associate it with what they have been preconditioned to picture by various government agencies and segments of the mass media. Muslims are routinely portrayed as terrorists even though many are either totally innocent of the charge or are more innocent than many of their antagonists who aggress against them. “Muslim terrorism” is a media and think tank byword, even though one would be hard pressed to find the equivalent term of Jewish, Christian, Hindu or Buddhist terrorism in usage. Certain institutions and individuals - with known agendas and backings - have been instrumental in fabricating and perpetuating misinformation, exaggeration, and previously disqualified and refuted misunderstandings and slanders.

Table of contents

The meaning of Islam
The misconception that Islam was spread by Force
The misconception that Worldly Gains were the Aim of the Islamic Conquests
Just War Theory and Practice in Islam
Islamic Principles Enjoin Mercy and Condemn Aggression
Islamic General Principles Champion Comprehensive Peace
Islamic Morals Promote Comprehensive Peace
Islam Enjoins Believers to Observe the Following
Moral Obligations and Recommendations to Promote Peace
Examples of Acts Prohibited in Islam which help Promote Peace

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The Collection Of An-Nawawi 40 Hadith

Yahya ibn Sharaf an-Nawawi | Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 16 | Size: 1 MB
The Collection Of An-Nawawi 40 Hadith: This small book contains 40 renowned Ahadith collected by Imam An-Nawawi which gained popularity through centuries.


All Praise is due to Allah, the Lord of the Worlds, the [One Who] Sustains the Heavens and Earths,
Director of all that is created, who sent the Messengers (may the peace and blessings of Allah be
upon all of them) to rational beings, to guide them and explain the religious laws to them with clear
proofs and undeniable arguments. I praise Him for all of His bounties. I ask Him to increase His
Grace and Generosity. I bear witness that there is none worthy of worship except Allah alone, who
has no partner, the One, Who Subdues, the Generous, the Forgiving. I bear witness that our leader
Muhammad is His servant and Messenger, His beloved and dear one, the best of all creation. He
was honoured with the Glorious Qur’an that has been an enduring miracle throughout the years.
He was also sent with his guiding Sunnah that shows the way for those who seek guidance. Our
leader Muhammad has been particularised with the characteristic of eloquent and pithy speech,
and simplicity and ease in the religion. May the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him, the
other Prophets and Messengers, all of their families and the rest of the righteous.

To proceed: we have narrated, through many chains (isnad, pl. asaneed) and various narrations,
from Ali ibn Abee Talib, Abdullah ibn Masood, Muadh ibn Jabal, Abu ad-Darda, [Abdullah] ibn
Umar, [Abdullah] ibn Abbas, Anas ibn Malik, Abu Hurayrah and Abu Sa’eed al-Khudree — may
Allah be pleased with all of them — that the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be
upon him) said, “Whoever preserves for my ummah forty hadeethrelated to the religion, Allah will
then resurrect him in the company of the pious and the scholars.” Another narration states: “Allah
will raise him as an erudite and learned scholar.” In the narration from Abu ad-Darda, it is stated:
“On the Day of Resurrection, I will be an intercessor and witness for him.” In the narration from
Ibn Masood it is stated that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said, “It will
be said to him ‘Enter Paradise through any door you wish.’ ” In the narration from Ibn Umar, one
finds the words: “He will be recorded among the company of the scholars and will be resurrected in
the company of the martyrs.” [However,] the scholars of hadeeth agree that, although this hadeeth
has numerous chains, it is weak [i.e., dae’ef, and hence cannot be used as a Shareeah proof].

The scholars (may Allah be pleased with them) have compiled innumerable works of this nature [i.e.,
collections of forty hadeeth]. The first one that I know of who compiled such a work was Abdullah
ibn al-Mubarak. After him came ibn Aslam at-Toosee, a pious scholar. Then came al-Hasan ibn
Sufyan an-Nasa’ee, Abu Bakr al-Aajurree, Abu Bakr Muhammad ibn Ibraheem al-Asfahanee, ad-
Daraqutnee, al-Hakim, Abu Nu’aim, Abu Abdur-Rahman as-Sulamee, Abu Sa’eed al-Maleenee,
Abu ’Uthmaan as-Saboonee, Abdullah ibn Muhammad al-Ansaree, Abu Bakr al-Baihaqee and
countless others both from the earlier and later times.

I have turned to Allah for guidance and prayed to Him while compiling these forty hadeeth, following
the example of those imams and guardians of Islam. The scholars have agreed that it is permissible
to act in accordance with weak hadeeth that deal with the virtues of good deeds [i.e., not weak
hadeeth that deal with rulings — ahkam — or acts of worship]. Nonetheless, given that fact, I have
not simply relied upon that [weak] hadeeth [mentioned above], in compiling this work. Instead, I
am following the statement of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him), found in
an authentic hadeeth, “Let him who was present among you inform those who are absent.” The
Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) also said, “May Allah make radiant the man
who has heard what I said, preserved it in his memory and conveyed it in the way that he heard
[What an-Nawawi is saying here is that many of the scholars before him have made collections
of forty hadeeth, and hence he is following their good example and not simply following the weak
hadeeth quoted above, thus showing that he considers it improper to base one’s actions upon weak
hadeeth alone.]

Scholars have compiled forty hadeeth on faith and belief (usul ), on practical matters (furoo), on
jihad, on austerity (zuhd), on etiquette (adab), and even on sermons (khutbahs). All of these
[collections] were concerning righteous aims. May Allah be pleased with those who sought them.
However I have found it best to collect together forty hadeeth which are more important than all of
those. These forty hadeeth incorporate all of those separate topics. In fact, each hadeeth is by itself
a great general precept from the foundations of the religion. Some scholars state that all of Islam
revolves around these hadeeth. Some have said, about a particular hadeeth, that they are one-half
of Islam, one-third of Islam and so forth.

I have committed myself to including only authentic hadeeth (saheeh or hasan) in these forty
hadeeth. The majority of them are from Saheeh al-Bukhari or Saheeh Muslim. I have mentioned
them without their chain of narrators in order for it to be easier to memorise them and thus more
[people] will be able to benefit from them, Allah willing. After the hadeeth, I included a section on
the meanings of the obscure expressions found in the hadeeth.

Everyone who desires and looks forward to the Hereafter must be familiar with these hadeeth because
they cover the most important aspects of the religion and offer direction to all forms of obedience
of Allah. This is clear to anyone who ponders these hadeeth.

I rely only upon Allah and I entrust my affair only to Him. To Him is all Praise and Grace, from
Him is Guidance and protection from error.

Hadeeth 1

On the authority of ameer ul -mumineen (the commander of the faithful), abu hafs Umar ibn
al-Khattab (may Allah be pleased with him), who said:
I heard the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) say, “Actions
are but by intentions and every man shall have only that which he intended. Thus he
whose migration (hijrah from Makkah to Madina) was for Allah and His Messenger,
his migration was for Allah and His Messenger, and he whose migration was to achieve
some worldly benefit or to take some woman in marriage, his migration was for that for
which he migrated.”
It is related by the two imams of the scholars of hadeeth, Abu Abdullah Muhammad ibn Ismael
ibn Ibraheem ibn al-Mugheera ibn Bardizbah al-Bukhari and Abu-l-Husain Muslim ibn al-Hajjaj
ibn Muslim al-Qushairee an-Naisaboree, in their two Saheehs, which are the soundest of compiled
books [i.e., the most truthful books after the Book of Allah, since the Qur’an is not ‘compiled’].

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Commonly Diregarded Quranic Rulings

Harun Yahya | Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 46 | Size: 1 MB
There are people who claim they have faith in Islam and are fairly acquainted with the Qur’an, yet they readily disregard some of its rulings. According to popular "religion," those violating the fundamental commandments may be plagued by pangs of conscience, but neglect of those to which people give little importance will not cause such discomfort, although they are also part of the Qur’an.The purpose of this book is to remind people who have not realized their error or considered the penalty such an attitude will entail and summon them to live by the true principles of Islam, for Allah declares that man is responsible for all the commandments in the Qur’an, and warns that those who do not pay heed to His commandments will face torment in the Hereafter:
So do you believe in part of the Scripture and disbelieve in part? Then what is the recompense for those who do that among you except disgrace in worldly life; and on the Day of Resurrection they will be sent back to the severest of punishment. And Allah is not unaware of what you do. (Surat al-Baqara; 85)

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Time management from Islamic and Administrative perspective.

Khalid Aljuraisy | Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 201 | Size: 4 MB

Time management from Islamic and Administrative perspective.

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Global Impact

Harun Yahya | Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 502 | Size: 12 MB
This book is the second volume of Global Impact of the Works of Harun Yahya. Since the first volume was published, the number of his works, the languages into which they have been translated, the magazines and newspapers in which his articles have appeared, and the television channels and Internet pages on which his documentaries have been aired have increased considerably.One of the main reasons for this continuing interest in Harun Yahya’s publications is that his more than 250 books on scientific, religious, and political subjects alter the reader’s perspective on the world. Through his scientific books revealing the proofs of creation in the universe, works describing Islamic moral values in the light of Qur'anic verses, and political works revealing the hidden aspects of global political developments and historical events, he speaks to millions of people from all nations, faiths, and languages. As a result, his works have engendered a broad response from all over the world.

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The Resurrection: A description of Death, the Life of the Grave, and the Day of Judgment.

Islamic Propagation Office in Rabwah | Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 47 | Size: 1 MB

The Resurrection: A description of Death, the Life of the Grave, and the Day of Judgment.


We all believe that our life has an end, and nothing is eternal except Allah (SWT):

“Whatsoever is on it (the Earth) will perish. * And the Face of your Lord, full of majesty and Honour, will remain forever”

[Surah Ar- Rahman (55):26-27]

It is better for all of us to ponder deeply about our future and about our eternal life which is everlasting. We are expected to devote some time in this life to ponder what will occur in the life to come.

The Day of Judgment is the day which all creation will meet fully and fairly, the reward for how they conducted themselves in this life. It is a day which is different from all other days. It will come, sooner or later. But some questions must be raised: Are we fully prepared and aware of this day? What are its signs and horrors? When will it come? What will it look like?

Sheikh Muhammad bin ‘Uthaymeen, may Allah have mercy on him, gave a sermon describing the sings horrors of such day.

May Allah (SWT) save us and make us steadfast on the right path until the Day of Judgment. [Ameen]


The Trials of The Day of Judgement
Advice to Muslims
Recommended Islamic Book

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ISLAM IS..................

Al-Haramain Foundation | Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 60 | Size: 1 MB
The Arabic word Islam literally means ‘surrender’ or ‘submission.’ Islam, as a faith, means total and sincere surrender to God so that one can live in peace and tranquility. Peace (Salam in Arabic, Shalom in Hebrew) is achieved through active obedience to the revealed commandments of God, for God is The Just, The Peace. The name Islam is universal in meaning. Islam is not named after a tribe of people or an individual, as Judaism is named after the tribe of Judah, Christianity after Christ and Buddhism after Buddha. Islam is not a name chosen by human beings; it was divinely communicated from God. Islam is a global faith, not of the East or the West. Islam is a complete way of life, implying total submission to God. One who surrenders his or her will to God, voluntarily, is called a Muslim. It was not Muhammad (SAW) but Adam (S.A) who first brought Islam to humanity. Then, each Prophet and Messenger came to exhort the people to a clear understanding of God’s commandments. They offered teachings relevant to that time, until God chose the final Prophet, Muhammad (SAW), to come with the Last Testament referred to as the Qur'an. Allah is an Arabic word, meaning ‘The One and Only True Deity’, the proper name of The One who created the heavens and the earth. Arabic-speaking Jews and Christians also call God by the name Allah. For a Muslim, Allah is the greatest and most inclusive of names for God, denoting The One who is adored in worship, The One who created all that exists.


The purpose of this work is to present the authentic teachings of Islam. We do not present any specific version or a unique interpretation of Islam. We present Islam as it is, without sugarcoating, and we allow it to stand on its own merits. There is only one Islam and only one example of how it is to be lived -that of the Prophet Muhammad (SAW). Our intention is to provide a basic overview of the main tenets of Islam as given in the Qur'an and as exemplified by the Prophet (SAW). We also intend to address some of the commonly asked questions about Islam.

Despite the fact that over one-fifth of the world’s population is Muslim, Islam is often misunderstood and misrepresented in contemporary Western societies. It is hoped that this work will help shed light on Islam as it was divinely communicated to Muhammad (SAW) and dispel any commonly held misconceptions that perpetuate prejudice and hatred. We write this booklet in the hope that people of all faiths will join us in making this a world of tolerance, kindness, understanding, and peace.

The symbol (SAW) means ‘Peace and Blessings be upon him (or them)’. It is an Islamic tradition to offer blessings of peace to all the Prophets and Messengers of God. To respect God’s representatives is to respect God.


Preface 5
What Is Islam? 6
Monotheism 8
The Oneness of God in His Lordship (Omnipotence) 8
The Devotion of All Worship to the One God Alone 9
The Uniqueness and Oneness of God in His Names and Attributes 11
The Six Articles of Faith 14 Belief in God 14
Belief in His Angels 14
Belief in His Books 15
Belief in His Prophets and Messengers 16
Belief in the Day of Judgment 18
Belief in Divine Decree 19
The Free Will of the Human Being 21
There Is No Compulsion in Religion 22
The Five Pillars of Islam 23
The Declaration of Faith (Shahadah) 23
Praying Five Times a Day (Salah)24
Paying the Yearly Alms (Zakah) 25
Fasting During Ramadan (Sawm) 26
Making the Pilgrimage to Makkah (Hajj) 26
The Qur'an 28 The Prophet Muhammad and his Sunnah (Peace be upon him) 32
The Dangers of Innovations in Islam (Bid'ah) 34
The Story of Adam and Eve 36 Jesus (Peace be upon him) 39
Sin and Repentance 41
Organizational Structure of Islam 43
Islamic Law 45
The Islamic Dress Code 47
Women in Islam 49
Male Chauvinism and the Muslim World 51
Science and Technology 54
Summary 56 Editor’s Note 58

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The Bible The Quran And Science

Dr. Maurice Bucaille | Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 171 | Size: 1.5 MB
The Bible The Quran And Science: Written by a French surgeon, this work, one of the most important ever on Islamic and Christian studies, analyzes the scriptures in the light of modern scientific knowledge, looking for contradictions between established scientific facts and scriptural implication. The author analyzes creationism vs. evolution, astronomy, the conception in the womb, separation of water in subterranean Oceanic rivers and other issues. A thoroughly engrossing treatise, full of information on the subject and documentation to back up every point the author brings forth. English translation of 'La Bible, Le Coran et La Science."

In his objective study of the texts, Maurice Bucaille clears away many preconceived ideas
about the Old Testament, the Gospels and the Qur'an. He tries, in this collection of
Writings, to separate what belongs to Revelation from what is the product of error or human
interpretation. His study sheds new light on the Holy Scriptures. At the end of a gripping
account, he places the Believer before a point of cardinal importance: the continuity of a
Revelation emanating from the same God, with modes of expression that differ in the
course of time. It leads us to meditate upon those factors which, in our day, should
spiritually unite rather than divide-Jews, Christians and Muslims.

As a surgeon, Maurice Bucaille has often been in a situation where he was able to
examine not only people's bodies, but their souls. This is how he was struck by the existence
of Muslim piety and by aspects of Islam which remain unknown to the vast majority of non-
Muslims. In his search for explanations which are otherwise difficult to obtain, he learnt
Arabic and studied the Qur'an. In it, he was surprised to find statements on natural
phenomena whose meaning can only be understood through modern scientific knowledge.
He then turned to the question of the authenticity of the writings that constitute the Holy
Scriptures of the monotheistic religions. Finally, in the case of the Bible, he proceeded to a
confrontation between these writings and scientific data. The results of his research into the
Judeo-Christian Revelation and the Qur'an are set out in this book.
Short Introduction:

Each of the three monotheistic religions possess its own collection of Scriptures. For the
faithful-be they Jews, Christians or Muslims-these documents constitute the foundation
of their belief. For them they are the material transcription of a divine Revelation; directly, as
in the case of Abraham and Moses, who received the commandments from God Himself, or
indirectly, as in the case of Jesus and Muhammad, the first of whom stated that he was
speaking in the name of the Father, and the second of whom transmitted to men the
Revelation imparted to him by Archangel Gabriel.

If we take into consideration the objective facts of religious history, we must place the
Old Testament, the Gospels and the Qur'an on the same level as being collections of written
Revelation. Although this attitude is in principle held by Muslims, the faithful in the West
under the predominantly Judeo-Christian influence refuse to ascribe to the Qur'an the
character of a book of Revelation.

Table of Contents:

The Old Testament
I. Genral Outlines
II. The Books of the Old Testament
III. The Old Testament and Science Findings
IV. Position Of Christian Authors With Regard To Scientific Error In The Biblical Texts
V. Conclusions
The Gospels
I. Introduction
II. Historical Reminder Judeo-Christian and Saint Paul
III. The Four Gospels. Sources and History
IV. The Gospels and Modern Science. The General Genealogies of Jesus
V. Contradictions and Improbabilities in the Descriptions
VI. Conclusions
The Qur'an and Modern Science
I. Introduction
II. Authenticity of the Qur'an. How It Came To Be Written
III. The Creation of the Heavens and the Earth
IV. Astronomy in the Qur'an
V. The Earth
VI. The Animal and Vegetable Kingdoms
VII. Human Reproduction
Qur'anic and Biblical Narrations
I. General Outlines
II. The Flood
III. The Exodus
The Qur'an, Hadith and Modern Science
General Conclusions

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Glossary Of Islamic Terms: An explanation of the Islamic terms from A to

Anwer Mahmoud Zanaty | Language: English - Arabic | Format: PDF | Pages: 252 | Size: 2.5 MB

Glossary Of Islamic Terms: An explanation of the Islamic terms from A to Z.

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The Search For The Truth:

Dr. Saleh as-Saleh | Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 33 | Size: 1.5 MB
The Search For The Truth: Today, many people are curious about Islam, but their knowledge about this faith may vary. Their knowledge may have been gained from an article, a book, or part of a religious text book at high school they may have read. They may have known some Muslims, passed by a Mosque, watched a documentary or the evening news, or they might have traveled to a Muslim country. To some, Islam is ‘just another religion’, but for many others, it has become something ‘interesting’ to ‘look’ at.

I have written this book for those who are searching within themselves for answers to the many questions they have. “Who am I? Who is the True God? What is the true road to salvation? Is it Islam? If I become a Muslim, what does it mean to me, my family, and the society at large?”

Today, many people realize that all of the materialistic and secular progress which has taken place in society has produced a spiritual vacuum, which in turn has led to social, economic, political and psychological problems. For this reason, those who previously said, “Let us live this life and enjoy it,” or “Hey! We don’t want to know about God,” are now again searching for the truth. They are raising questions similar to those raised above. This is because the innate nature of man recognizes what is good and bad, and what is true and false. It does not feel at ease when Allah’s attributes are degraded, and also when humanlike qualities are associated with Him. It recognizes that there can be no more than One and Only True God, and thus One and Only true religion accepted by Him. Allah does not request some of the creation to worship Him alone, while ordering to worship Jesus (PBUH), Buddha, fire, light, Krishna, Joseph Smith, the Sun, the Moon, Khomeini, Rama, temples, Prophets, Eliajah, Farakhan, a cross, a tree, a triangle, saints, priests, monks, or anything else.

Everything besides Allah is a creation! They are imperfect. They are in need of others, but Allah is Self-Sufficient. He is The First, having nothing before Him, and The Last, having nothing after Him. To Him is the Final Return. He does not beget nor is He begotten. No human gave Him the name Allah; rather, He named Himself with this name. It means ‘the True and Only Deity Who Deserves to Be Worshipped’. He is not a nationalistic or a tribal god. He is the Creator of everything. He, therefore, deserves that This symbol represents the phrase ‘ 'alayh-is-Salam’ which means: peace be upon him. Out of respect, Muslims are commanded to state this phrase after mentioning the name of any prophet or messenger. we submit to Him Alone, and He called this type of submission ‘Islam’.

Confusion, though, came on the part of man when people started to worship creation, whether animate or inanimate, besides Allah! In the final Revealed Message to mankind, the Qur'aan, Allah clearly explains the purpose for man’s presence in this world. Outwardly and inwardly, man is called to live in accordance with Allah’s way. This is the meaning of worship in Islam, and it is the purpose for which we all have been created. There are those, though, who accept Allah as the Only True God who deserves to be worshipped, but do not live in accordance with Allah’s commandments. Their practices are deviated from Islam. They are not the criteria upon which Islam should be judged. Islam is perfect but people are not. We are called to search into Islam.

The objective of this book is to call people to search for their salvation by examining the story of a long search by a man called Salman ‘Al- Farisee’, or ‘the Persian’. Why not? Do we know everything? When we know that we do not even posses the air we breath, and that we were not created by nothing, nor did we create ourselves, it becomes natural that one desires to learn more about God (Allah), Who created us, gave us life, and Who, one Day, will call us back to Him. On that Day, there will either be endless bliss or endless torment.

Table of Contents
Introduction ........................................................................................... 7
The Beginning ..................................................................................... 11
A Different Religion? ......................................................................... 12
The Interest Arises .............................................................................. 12
The Opposition ................................................................................... 13
The Way Out ....................................................................................... 15
This is it, But!........................................................................................ 16
The Urge is Strong .............................................................................. 19
Another Move ..................................................................................... 20
One More Move .................................................................................. 20
The Big Move ...................................................................................... 21
The Slavery to Allah Alone ............................................................... 29
But They will Come! ............................................................................30
References ............................................................................................ 31

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