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  1. The Muslims were clearly the dominant force in Arabia, and most of the remaining tribes and states hastened to convert to Islam.
  2. The Muslims are about 12% of India's population. (Web site)
  3. The Muslims were extremely happy with Umayr's acceptance of Islam. (Web site)
  4. Muslims are commanded by their Prophet to hate non-Muslims.
  5. Muslims are infiltrating local communities with their mosques and clerics, all of which can in a moment be turned into killing clinics. (Web site)

Mohammad Hashim Kamali

  1. The famous Afghan -born Islamic legal scholar, Mohammad Hashim Kamali, is a professor in law at the Ahmad Ibrahim Kulliyyah of Laws. (Web site)
  2. For example, it is written in the book "Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence", by Mohammad Hashim Kamali (pg.
  3. In a related development, Mohammad Hashim Kamali has questioned the reliability and contemporary relevance of the above quoted hadith of Hakim ibn Hizam.
  4. For example, it is written in the book "Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence", by Mohammad Hashim Kamali (pg.
  5. The famous Afghan -born Islamic legal scholar, Mohammad Hashim Kamali, is a professor in law at the Ahmad Ibrahim Kulliyyah of Laws. (Web site)

Osama Bin Laden

  1. Osama bin Laden is a Saudi Arabian now in Afghanistan who allegedly was behind the terrorist attacks on the United States on Sept.
  2. Osama bin Laden is a Saudi who dares not return to his homeland. (Web site)
  3. Osama Bin Laden is the leader of al Qaeda, a group of Islamic militants from several nations that has proclaimed war against the United States.
  4. Osama Bin Laden is a good Muslim " Mohamed Ibn Guadi is one of the most insightful and honest observers of Islam and jihad on the scene today.
  5. Osama Bin Laden is only a suspect in terrorist bombings in Tanzania and Kenya. (Web site)

Abu Bakar Bashir

  1. ABU BAKAR BASHIR: The Indonesian cleric denies that he has any connection to a terror group trained and financed by Al Qaeda.
  2. Abu Bakar Bashir is a big Islamic teacher," the general said.
  3. Abu Bakar Bashir is a free man after serving just over two years in jail for participating in the conspiracy to bomb two nightclubs in Bali in 2002. (Web site)
  4. Abu Bakar Bashir is a good Muslim, a man after Mohammad's own heart, so yes we should be worried, and yes we should expect more terrorism (jihad). (Web site)
  5. Abu Bakar Bashir is a preacher and religious teacher.

Abu Hamza Al-Masri

  1. Abu Hamza Al-Masri (Al Qaeda-s leader in Iraq) said it less than a week ago.
  2. He started out as a moderate Muslim, but now Raheem follows the notorious London cleric Abu Hamza al-Masri.
  3. He is said to be an associate of the radical London imams Omar Bakri Mohammed and Abu Hamza al-Masri. (Web site)

Ahmad Sirhindi

  1. Ahmad Sirhindi wrote to many Muslim notables in the reign of Akbar and Jahangir. (Web site)
  2. He has devoted many pages to Ahmad Sirhindi and Shah Waliullah in both the books. (Web site)
  3. And the venom which characters like Ahmad Sirhindi have poured on Hindus and Hinduism is quite comparable to that which they poured out on Shias and Shiism. (Web site)

Amiri Baraka

  1. Amiri Baraka is a very talented writer and poet who is considered one of the great poets of the 20th Century.
  2. Amiri Baraka is one of the most controversial writers in recent history, one whose influence on African-American literature has been profound. (Web site)
  3. Amiri Baraka is the author of numerous books of poetry, fiction, and nonfiction.
  4. Amiri Baraka was New Jersey ---s Poet Laureate at the time of the September 11, 2001 attacks. (Web site)
  5. Amiri Baraka was born in Newark, New Jersey, where his father worked as a postman and lift operator. (Web site)

Muslim Scholars

  1. Muslim scholars are agreed that weeping for the dead is permissible, whereas crying and wailing are not. (Web site)
  2. Muslim scholars are credited with the linguistic creation of Algebra.
  3. Muslim scholars are either born in a Muslim families, or converted to Islam.
  4. Muslim scholars were only concerned with exactly calculating “holy days” via moon tracking.

Omar Abu Omar

  1. In 1999, the Jordanian government held negotiations with the British Government for the extradition of Omar Abu Omar.
  2. Abu Qatada (aka Omar Abu Omar, aka Omar Mohammed Othman) had similarly escaped to Britain to escape justice at home.
  3. The other one has been just recently published by the above-mentioned Palestinian radical scholar, Omar Abu Omar alias Abu Qutadah. (Web site)


  1. The word "Shia" in Arabic means a group or supportive party of people. (Web site)
  2. Shia - A follower of Prophet Muhammad and his successors (the twelve Imams), the first being Ali.

Sunni Islam

  1. Sunni Islam is a very big tent, and there always have been insiders and outsiders within Sunnism playing out their rivalries with clashing philosophies.
  2. Sunni Islam was the main religion of his kingdom and the Perso-Afghan dialect Dari was made the official language. (Web site)


  1. The Taliban was formed in Kandahar in 1994 by Islamic students who take a radical approach to interpreting Islam. (Web site)
  2. The Taliban are completely out of touch with Islam.
  3. Taliban are sincere to their beliefs, a religiously committed group unspoiled by political tactics.
  4. Taliban are supported by Pakistan prior to that those Buddhas stood in Afghanistan for nearly 2000 years untouched. (Web site)
  5. Taliban were so disorganized at that stage that it was only those few Arabs who were there to push Shah Masood off Kabul and they did efficiently.


  1. Al-Jahiz is one of the best-known and most respected Arab writers and scholars. (Web site)
  2. Al-Jahiz is a classical representative of Mutazilism and, at the same time, the founder of an independent school. (Web site)
  3. Al-Jahiz was born in Basra in 776 A.D. to a poor family which is believed to be of African descent. (Web site)
  4. Al-Jahiz was intimately involved in both. (Web site)

Ahmad Ibn Hanbal

  1. Ahmad Ibn Hanbal was a founder of one of the four main Sunni schools of Jurisprudence.
  2. Ahmad ibn Hanbal was a theologian of the first rank; he made no claim to be a constructive lawyer. (Web site)
  3. Ahmad ibn Hanbal was once asked by his son about his views on the subject of superiority. (Web site)

Abd Al-Rahman Ibn Abu Bakr

  1. Abd al-Rahman ibn Abu Bakr was the son of Abu Bakr, the first Sunni caliph. (Web site)

Abdul Nacer Benbrika

  1. Abdul Nacer Benbrika is a member of an alleged Melbourne terror cell currently appearing before a preliminary hearing in the Melbourne Magistrates Court. (Web site)
  2. IT was the day that changed the life of accused terrorist ringleader Abdul Nacer Benbrika.
  3. Be the first to add news to Abdul Nacer Benbrika's search result by typing into the box above.
  4. Abdul Nacer Benbrika is a member of an alleged Melbourne terror cell currently appearing before a preliminary hearing in the Melbourne Magistrates Court. (Web site)

Abdul Qadir Jilani

  1. Abdul Qadir Jilani was considered a great Divine blessing.

Abdullah Ibn Abbas

  1. Abdullah ibn Abbas was a staunch follower of Ali.
  2. Abdullah ibn Abbas was constant in his devotions. (Web site)
  3. Abdullah ibn Abbas was not content just to accumulate knowledge.
  4. Abdullah ibn Abbas was not content to accumulate knowledge. (Web site)

Abdullah Yusuf Ali

  1. Abdullah Yusuf Ali was born in 1872 to a Bohra family of Surat, his father was a local police chief ennobled by the Raj for his services.

Abdulla Jahsh

  1. Abdulla Jahsh was a sahaba (companion) of Muhammad. (Web site)

Abdul Hamid

  1. The existing English translation of Sahih Muslim, by Abdul Hamid Siddiqi, does not contain this extremely valuable Introduction. (Web site)
  2. Quilliam had been a confidant of Abdul Hamid, -the Sultan-s Englishman-, his private advisor and his emissary on sensitive missions to the Balkans. (Web site)
  3. Abdul Hamid's headquarters was in a loft on 135th Street in Harlem and it served as a combination grocery, butcher, and meeting hall.

Abdul Karim

  1. All this attention given to an Indian servant horrified the court and, after Queen Victoria’s death, Abdul Karim was sent back to India.
  2. Another man, a Jew Rabbi, was named Abdul Karim and he became the right hand of Abdul Wahab Najdi. (Web site)

Abdul Rahman

  1. Abdul Rahman was among the tens of thousands of African Muslims who were captured and brought to the America through the slave trade. (Web site)
  2. Abdul Rahman was among the tens of thousands of African Muslims who were captured and brought to the Americas through the slave trade.
  3. Abdul Rahman was born with hydrocephalus and bin Laden considers the condition so bad that he goes abroad to seek medical advice.
  4. Abdul Rahman was going up the Mississippi to raise it. (Web site)

Abu-Bakr Muhammad Ben Yahya As-Suli

  1. Abu-Bakr Muhammad ben Yahya as-Suli: a discussion plus relevant human-reviewed links.

Abu Mansur Al Maturidi

  1. Examples of this type are: Ma'khadh al Shar' "The Approach of the Shari'ah" and al Jadal "Argument" by Abu Mansur al Maturidi (d 333 AH).
  2. A Maturidi is one who follows Abu Mansur Al Maturidi 's theology, which is a close variant of the Ash'ari school. (Web site)

Abu Qatada

  1. Abu Qatada is a Jordanian national, having been born in Bethlehem in 1960[6], at which time the West Bank was part of Jordan. (Web site)
  2. Abu Qatada is a Palestinian who lives as a political refugee in London, UK. He says he is merely a religious leader and teacher. (Web site)

Abu Sufyan Ibn Al-Harith

  1. Abu Sufyan ibn al-Harith was born about the same time as the blessed Prophet Mohamed (PBUH), and he was also a foster-brother of the Prophet. (Web site)
  2. Abu Sufyan ibn al-Harith was born about the same time as the blessed Prophet. (Web site)
  3. Abu Sufyan ibn al-Harith was the cousin of Prophet Mohamed (PBUH) and during their childhood and youth they were very close to each other.

Abu Salem

  1. Pedro would delay the execution of the agreement upon hearing of Sultan Abu Salem death. (Web site)
  2. Sultan Muhammad was a friend of Sultan Abu Salem who helped him when he was deported to Andalusia by Sultan Abu Enan. (Web site)
  3. Further when Ismail al-Ahmar was declared king of Granada in a place revolt, Sultan Muhammad took refuge in Morocco with Sultan Abu Salem. (Web site)

Abu Bakr

  1. Abu Bakr - One of the close Companions of the Prophet Muhammad and the first Muslim caliph.
  2. Abu Bakr is a common muslim name.
  3. Abu Bakr is a kunya.
  4. Abu Bakr is a male Arabic name that means "Father of Bakr", usually used after Abu Bakr, the first Sunni Muslim Caliph. (Web site)
  5. Abu Bakr is the bravest of men.

Abu Zaid

  1. Thabit and a person from the Ansar whose Kunya was Abu Zaid.
  2. Abu Zaid asked: "Oh prophet of Allah which is your book?" Rasulullah (sallallahu alaihi wasallam) replied the book of Muhammad ibn Ismail ie. (Web site)

Abu Fakih

  1. Abu Fakih was a slave of Safwan bin Umayyah.
  2. Abu Fakih was a slave of Safwan ibn Umayyah and was among the slaves freed by Abu Bakr.
  3. Abu Fakih was a slave of Safwan ibn Umayya.
  4. Abu Fakih was asked to worship the idols, but he said that he would worship Allah alone.

Abu Hurairah

  1. Abu Hurairah was born in Baha, Yemen into the Banu Daws tribe from the region of Tihamah on the coast of the Red Sea.
  2. Abu Hurairah was concerned to teach and transmit the hadiths he had memorized and knowledge of Islam in general.
  3. Abu Hurairah is a great Companion, but he simply made a mistake in this narration.
  4. Abu Hurairah was concerned to teach and transmit the Ahaadeeth he had memorized and knowledge of Islam in general.
  5. Abu Hurairah was keeping the company of the prophet from three (as narrated in Bukhari) to more than four (as stated in Fat'h Albari) years.

Afghan Islamists

  1. The Russian leader complied with U.S. requests to build bases in Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan for use in the war against the Afghan Islamists. (Web site)
  2. Ikhwani ( Muslim Brotherhood) Afghan Islamists such as Hekmatyar, Sayyaf and Rabbani may now pay lip service to democracy and elections.

Afghan Muslims

  1. Considered less zealous than other Afghan Muslims, Ismaili are seen to follow their leaders uncritically.
  2. Rehman said it was not un-Islamic to go to Afghanistan for jihad and to defend Afghan Muslims in the war against the United States-led allied forces. (Web site)
  3. Little is known about the Afghan Muslims of Guyana and Suriname. (Web site)

Abu Muslim

  1. Abu Muslim was a loyal freed man who had led the Abbasid forces to victory over the Umayyads during in the Third Islamic Civil War in 749 - 750.
  2. Abu Muslim is a subsidiary of Military which should have a lot of influence and connections.
  3. Abu Muslim was a major supporter of the Abbasid cause and was a personal friend of Abu al-'Abbas Al-Saffah, the future Caliph.
  4. Abu Muslim was a major supporter of the Abbasid cause and was a personal friend of al-'Abbas, the future Caliph.
  5. Abu Muslim was a major supporter of the Abbasid daynasty.

African Muslims

  1. There is limited academic research regarding African Muslims transported to North America as slaves.
  2. Austin begins by discussing obstructions to knowledge of African Muslims in the Americas.
  3. Austin's original research led to the ambitious and oft-cited reference work, African Muslims in Antebellum America: A Sourcebook (1984). (Web site)

Agha Saeed

  1. All Muslim political action groups have already endorsed George Bush, including the one headed by Dr. Agha Saeed. (Web site)
  2. Dr. Agha Saeed, founder and secretary general of the rapidly expanding American Muslim Alliance, has only one major regret from his first 49 years of life. (Web site)
  3. Clinton does not approve of Dr. Agha Saeed-s views about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. (Web site)

Ahmad Zia Massoud

  1. Ahmad Zia Massoud is the current vice-president of Afghanistan in the administration of President Hamid Karzai. (Web site)

Adam Yahiye Gadahn

  1. Adam Yahiye Gadahn We here at Crime Life have decided to devote an entire section to Terrorism. (Web site)
  2. Com, adam gadahn - fugitive adam yahiye gadahn is american spokesman for al-qaeda.

Ahmad Jamal

  1. Ahmad Jamal is an acclaimed virtuoso jazz piano and keyboard master, composer, and innovative trio leader.
  2. Ahmad Jamal was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S.; his birth name was Frederick Russell Jones (he changed it later, after converting to Islam).

Adnan Oktar

  1. Adnan Oktar is a cult leader who have enslaved many children of rich and elite.
  2. ADNAN OKTAR: A religious Israel, one that is devout and adheres to the Torah poses no danger to Turkey.
  3. ADNAN OKTAR: The Masons are a force that has acquired a store of capital.
  4. ADNAN OKTAR: The Messiah the Jews are awaiting, the one they call the Savior Messiah, is actually the Mahdi.
  5. ADNAN OKTAR: The logic here is like this; water extinguishes fire.


  1. Akon is a Muslim and cites the Koran to justify his polygamist lifestyle.
  2. Akon is an American R&B singer, rapper, songwriter, and record producer.
  3. Akon is the executive producer of Not 4 Sale, Kardinal Offishall 's fourth solo album, which will be released on September 9, 2008. (Web site)
  4. Akon is the son of jazz percussionist Mor Thiam. (Web site)
  5. Akon is the ultimate multi-hyphenate: Rapper-singer- songwriter-producer-clothing designer-father-reality show star-convicted felon-polygamist. (Web site)

Ahmad Abdel-Al

  1. The report also identified Ahmad Abdel-Al, a prominent figure in a pro-Syrian Lebanese charity as a key player in the plot.
  2. Ahmad Abdel-Al also had contact with suspect Raymond Azar, of the Lebanese Army, on 14 February 2005, as well as 16 and 17 February 2005.
  3. There are also numerous contacts between Ahmad Abdel-Al and Lebanese State Security on the day of the blast. (Web site)


  1. A tone system (or musical tuning system) with specific interval structures, invented by al-Farabi in the tenth century (p.170).
  2. Al-Farabi made notable contributions in mathematics, philosophy, epistemology and music. (Web site)
  3. They have not and are not likely to produce the al-Farabi, Ibn Sina, Sheikh Saadi or Amir Khusro of the contemporary Muslim world. (Web site)

Albanian Sunni Muslims

  1. Albanian Sunni Muslims who felt more closely connected with the Turks. (Web site)
  2. Kosovo Albanian Sunni Muslims desecrated Christian icons, images, paintings and statues of Mary, Jesus, and saints in the Holy Orthodox Churches in Kosovo.

Ahmed Omar Abu Ali

  1. Ahmed Omar Abu Ali is a 24-year-old American citizen from Virginia who went to study at a university in Saudi Arabia.
  2. Ahmed Omar Abu Ali is a 24-year-old U.S. citizen, born to a Jordanian father and raised in the Northern Virginia suburbs near the nation's capital.
  3. Ahmed Omar Abu Ali was convicted yesterday of conspiring with al Qaeda to assassinate President Bush.
  4. Ahmed Omar Abu Ali was related to the "paintball jihad" group of 11 Virginia men charged in 2003. (Web site)
  5. Ahmed Omar Abu Ali is a 24-year-old American citizen from Virginia who went to study at a university in Saudi Arabia.


  1. Regional > Asia > Afghanistan > Society And Culture > Politics > En > T > A > L > Taliban" > Taliban< > A > Islamic Movement > Mullah En > M > O > H > Mohammed Omar" > Mohammed Omar< > A > . / (Web site)
  2. Society > Religion And Spirituality > Islam > Sects > Nation of Islam. (Web site)
  3. Society > Religion And Spirituality > Islam > Shia. (Web site)
  4. Culture > Languages > Language > Glossaries
  5. Society > Issues > Warfare And Conflict > Specific Conflicts > Afghanistan Civil War > Peace Process > Loya Jirga. (Web site)

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