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the religion has always been One, Islam The very first human being, Adam, was also a muslim. Islam means submission to will of Allah (the Only true God). So you can say they might have used different names for same God, might have changed religion name, but it had always been islam. In Quran. So it had been the same religion always, from Adam , to all ...


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All the known trustworthy facts actually reject the idea that Muhammad () even had the slightest knowledge about prophethood (and its burden) nor Allah's message before being appointed and even at the moment he was appointed he was in total fear for what he has seen and experienced as the first ahadith in Sahih al-Bukhari (and elsewhere which were narrated ...


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Yes, he did. When the Quraysh were dying of famine, the Prophet (ﷺ) prayed for rain to ease their misery. Another example is the Prophet's (ﷺ) dua for either Abu Jahl (staunch enemy) or Umar Ibn Al Khattab (not a Muslim at the time) to embrace Islam, which was answered when Umar Ibn Al Khattab (RA) was guided and became Muslim. A third example is the ...


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The premise that his bringing a new "craft" (invention) to the table proving connection to a higher power does not make logical sense because tons of people [past and modern history] are able to make new inventions; that would not be proof of his prophethood v. just over his genius at inventing something (like all other inventors). By itself, this premise ...


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First of all, Prophet Muhammed (s.w) didn't invent Islam. Prophet completed the Islam. He was the last messenger. He wasn't assigned with something new. The message was already given. But was corrupted. All the prophets came with same message. It was always the same region. People named it differently, that's all.


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In similar ways to how they worship Allah now, the Quran mentions Tawaf, which is a major ritual of Hajj and Umrah, and the pillars of Prayer like Qiyam, Sujood and Rukuh: وإذ بوأنا لإبراهيم مكان البيت أن لا تشرك بي شيئا وطهر بيتي للطائفين والقائمين والركع السجود And [mention, O Muhammad], when We designated for Abraham the site of the House, [saying]...


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Welcome to Islam and this site per se. First of, I would start thanking God for the food I eat and the things I possess. I think for your Shahada (bearing of witness) would look good and seem 100 % satisfying to you, when you believe 100 % in both the halves of Shahada. There is no rush. The role of any prophet was to to introduce us to God and prescribe a ...


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