Alex Strasser
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Are bells satanic and haram?
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I will attempt to directly answer 3, which by implication I think answers 1, and I included one example fatwa for 4, and one possible explanation for the origin of the distaste for bells is presented. ...

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What are some computational tools for isnad or matn analysis of hadith?
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After some further investigation (with input from the comment above), here are my preliminary results. Resources: Islamweb Muslim Scholars Database People currently working on computational hadith ...

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Is there a flaw in the Kalam Cosmological argument?
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What in the world is the source of this argument? This is quite a terrible formulation of an argument. And several of its premises are unintelligent. However, scraps of the proper formulation of the ...

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Name of Jesus in the Quran
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Preliminary Remarks Good question. There is a lot to be said on the subject. The debate about Isa and other various foreign (non-Arabic loanwords) words goes back to the first centuries of Islam. The ...

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site/link for word count of quran?
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Another site that allows you to search the transliterations is https://info.qurangateway.org. You have to register, but it seems even better than the islamicity link since it searches the ...

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What was religion called before Islam came?
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I have to correct some of the things in the previous answer and would like to thus more fully and accurately address your question. The God of the Prophets God often refers to Himself as the "God ...

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How many times is 'love' mentioned in the Qur'an?
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"Love" specifically, without counting loves, loved, or other variations, seems to be mentioned 53 times when searching using the Quranic Arabic Corpus search tool. Using The world's most powerful ...

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Why does Islam trace its origins to Abraham?
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According to Wikipedia, Adam is considered the first Muslim by Muslims. This is because Adam is called a prophet of God and the Quran also says that all the prophets are of the same faith (Islam). It ...

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Which prophet is mentioned 25 times in the Quran?
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Isa (Jesus) and Adam are explicitly mentioned exactly 25 times in the Quran. This was found by searching “Jesus” at The world's most powerful digital tool for studying the Qur'an: its text, ...

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