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b4d2bc  No.40940[Reply]

[1] This board is for all Muslims who follow Qur'an and the Sunnah of the Prophet. Sunni, Shi'a, Ibadi, and all affiliated masjids are welcome to discuss and debate.

[2] This board is absolutely SFW. Use of spoilers does not excuse pornography. Links to inappropriate imagery/videos must be accompanied by a caveat and should be in context of the topic, not merely gratuitous.

[3] Do not post images of the Prophets of Allah. Those images will be deleted.

[4] Outsiders are welcome, but must be respectful. Treat this board as you would a mosque in the real world.

[5] Christian debate/discussion is welcome, but must be kept to a single general. Other threads will be locked or deleted.

[6] Declaring takfir on anyone will be considered LARPing and be deleted. Repeated offences could be met with a ban.

[7] Keep /pol/ on /pol/. Racist caricatures/images are not allowed.

[8] Calls to raid other boards or other websites will not be tolerated.

[9] The Q cult is a disease that must be eradicated. Q posts will not be tolerated.

[10] Do not bump-post. If you have nothing to add to the conversation, don't bother. Posts that just say "bump" will be deleted, dropping the thread right back down to where it was.

Your ethnic nationalism/supremacy has no place here and racism will not be tolerated.

"And among His wonders is the creation of the heavens and the earth, and the diversity of your tongues and colors. For in this, behold, there are messages indeed for all who are possessed of innate knowledge!" [30:22]

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e6a9ab  No.36399[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Post good sources for Islamic articles, books, audios, videos, and any quality Islamic media.

https://islamqa.info/ - Good resource for finding answers to questions from the Salafi Perspective

https://muslimcentral.com/ - Lots of Islamic audios

https://islamhouse.com/ - All kinds of Islamic media in all kinds of different languages

http://www.assabile.com/

https://quranicaudio.com/ - Different Quran Recitations

https://quranx.com/tafsirs - Qur'anic commentators

If you post a non-English PDF without explanation of what it is, then it will be deleted.

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4a2de7  No.41586

For hadiths: https://sunnah.com/

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db1795  No.11001[Reply]

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

This board is the 8chan Masjid and should be treated as such. It is a place for Muslims to gather and discuss Islam and not intended as a place where Muslims must defend themselves or their religion from outsiders. If you would not do it in a real mosque in the real world, then don't do it here.

Controversial topics of discussion are permitted, but deliberate trolling/baiting and personal attacks will not be tolerated. /pol/-like behavior can stay on /pol/.

ATTACK THE ARGUMENT, NOT THE POSTER

For the purposes of this board, and until otherwise proven absolutely haram, tasteful non-lewd images of people, nature, and animals will be allowed.

We are not for the comparison of the various world's religions. There are many, many other boards for that. Use them.

Useful Links

If you'd like to suggest links or tips for this sticky, be sure to let me know!

http://sunnah.com/ - The Hadith of the Prophet Muhammad (صلى الله عليه و سلم)

http://quran.com/ - Read and listen to Qur'an online.

http://tanzil.net/#trans/en.arberry/ - The Arberry Qur'an (not included with quran.com)

http://www.inter-islam.org/Seerah/ - Biography of the Prophet Muhammad( عليه السلام‎)

ibadi@muslim.com - Board Owner email

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f4e716  No.38545

Here is the official word concerning this board and discussion of ISIS:

You may: (These things are within the realm of the First Amendment)

1] Express admiration for them.

2] Express hatred for them.

3] Discuss their history, politics, and current events..

You may not: (These are potentially criminal acts that will gain the attention of law enforcement)

1] Encourage people to join them.

2] Encourage people to declare allegiance to Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi (lol dead).

3] Encourage people to donate money or provide links to do so.

4] Encourage people to commit acts of violence or treason against the people of the United States or its allies.

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a83f2b  No.11002[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

We need to take steps to ensure our privacy. Do not let them pull the "if you've got nothing to hide" card; that's like saying we don't need freedom of speech because "I have nothing to say." I have nothing to hide. I am not a terrorist nor am I interested in helping terrorists, but my emails and such are mine and I refuse to lay down and let the government walk all over my freedoms. So, if they want to exploit me, I'll make them work for it. So should you.

Important Tools:

https://piratebox.cc/openwrt:diy - Make as many of those as you can afford. It's like a private local cloud where information can continue to be shared.

https://prism-break.org/en/

https://www.privacytools.io/

https://emailselfdefense.fsf.org/en/

https://search.disconnect.me/

Favorite Linux distributions:

https://tails.boum.org/ - Security anywhere you go on any computer.

https://antixlinux.com/ - Non-systemd distro based on Debian. Perfect for small laptops.

https://www.kali.org/ - Offensive defense.

https://www.ubuntu.com/ - The most common and user friendly OS.

https://trisquel.info/ - Based on Ubuntu but without added software.

https://www.torproject.org/ - Not useful by itselfPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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77f675  No.41905

File: 343f647d9b86800⋯.png (1002,31 KB, 1366x768, 683:384, mint.png)

Linux Mint is great, I use it as my main OS. No Windows on this PC :)

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200c22  No.42334[Reply]

Hi friends. I am a Christian who is kinda tired of hate. I am sure the Quran has something to say about hate too.

Why should Christians and Muslims hate each other? The way I see it, we stand for the same thing ultimately - no degeneracy, no American TV shows indoctrinating our children, no loose morals, but strong integrity and ethics. Do you agree, or is this more of a moralist view?

I think we can agree on american culture being the cancer that seeks to spread all over the world and destroy it (I wouldn't call it "western" really, because it all comes from the US). We can also probably agree that many sects of Christianity are cancerous and should be cleansed (same probably goes for many Islamic sects).

I would love to hear your views and opinions on these things. Hate brings only hate and never ending cycle of hate, it is Jesus who taught me to take the higher road and forgive my enemies, because there is no difficulty in being kind to your friends. Again I am sure the Quran must bring similar wisdom.

Another thing I would like to hear your opinion on is - are the Muslims in Europe doing gang rapes and grooming children doing it because of Islamic culture or is it something about their specific countries (please note that this is not a bait - I am genuinely curious about your views of this matter, and I'm again sure we can all agree pedophiles and rapists are animals). Please don't answer this with "Christians do this too" - of course they do, I am aware of it, just curious of your opinion as I said before.

Is the ultimate goal of Islam to spread all over the world and be the only allowed religion? I am asking because from my point of view, diversity and experiencing other cultures is a happy thing (when everyone keeps to their own culture - but that is another matter entirely).

Thanks, have a nice day.

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f0eb40  No.42383

>>42334 (OP)

>are the Muslims in Europe doing gang rapes and grooming children doing it because of Islamic culture or is it something about their specific countries

This is more so a sociopolitical issue. These are immigrants that are coming from bottom up run societies, where theres social cohesion, a collectivist objective, neighbors care about each other, look out for one another, can easily figure out when somethings wrong, theres more preventative social measures to stop such immoral actions, and then the community can easily condemn and ostracize criminals. These criminals would've done it in Muslim societies too, but they're not able to because of the society, and if they were caught would've gotten capital/corporal punishment.

When they come to western societies its totally different, these are top down run surveillance societies, where the people in the communities have different ideals and senses of moralities to each other, the focus is on individualism, people don't really care about each other, people rarely know who their neighbors are. So whenever there is lack of surveillance and authority, people act on their desires, we saw this in the recent US riots. So these rapists they would prey on kids who come from dysfunctional backgrounds, who are neglected by their communities, there is no social pressure here that would deter these criminals, until they're found out by authorities. If you look at a lot of these cases, in order to get justice the victims or even councilors would have to go through the whole bureaucratic processes of bringing it into police attention, and it still didn't work.

>Is the ultimate goal of Islam to spread all over the world and be the only allowed religion?

Thats pretty much the case with majority of religions and ideologies. Western secularism is NOT a neutral position. No matter what there is always going to be a clash of ideals.

Though in Islam its forbidden to force someone to convert. Under an Islamic state, non Muslim communities like Christians anPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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ea8aa8  No.42429

>>42355

I sure do love having a Islamist lecture me on Christianity. Cringe tripfag.

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23faa4  No.42430

>>42429

Where do you think you are?

>tripfag

Do you even know what that means?

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637fd8  No.42432

>>42429

>calling an anonymous poster a tripfag

super cringe.

Why come here if you don't want to hear Islamists lecture you on things? Are 🤬ed?

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70ac44  No.42438

>Why should Christians and Muslims hate each other?

No, we shouldn't.

>The way I see it, we stand for the same thing ultimately - no degeneracy, no American TV shows indoctrinating our children, no loose morals, but strong integrity and ethics. Do you agree, or is this more of a moralist view?

I do not completely agree.

Those things you listed are all rather vague (degeneracy, indoctrination, etc), and I feel that while I might have an idea of what you're talking about, it would be unfair to say "I agree".

We Muslims worship God, and that's it. God does not allow things that are bad for us, and as such we are not allowed to do a lot of the things you're probably implying, but the reason for us not doing them is mainly because God wants us to.

>I think we can agree on american culture being the cancer that seeks to spread all over the world and destroy it (I wouldn't call it "western" really, because it all comes from the US). We can also probably agree that many sects of Christianity are cancerous and should be cleansed (same probably goes for many Islamic sects).

I do not think American culture is cancer. American culture at it's core wants to free people and allow them to be the author of their own lives. This is also a reason the BO here is a American Muslim, because the society in which he lives allowed him to research on his own and find his way without opressing him.

Sadly, American culture is made by men, and thus not perfect, but it's far from the worst system we've created.

I do not know much about sects, so I won't answer.

>I would love to hear your views and opinions on these things. Hate brings only hate and never ending cycle of hate, it is Jesus who taught me to take the higher road and forgive my enemies, because there is no difficulty in being kind to your friends. Again I am sure the Quran must bring similar wisdom.

I would compare Islam to a beehive. A community working together and fighting back when attacked.

Another thing is; Why is your Post too long. Click here to view the full text.

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f79791  No.42396[Reply]

peace be upon those who follow righteous guidance.

i've put this together for distribution or general use.

https://notion.so/e4f4fce83f7b4933b0487a4077ac638f

it is a lot of information. a thorough perusal is necessary for understanding how many topics are covered.

i recommend distributing these links together:

https://quran.com

http://englishtafsir.com

https://defendingislam.github.io (not mine)

https://notion.so/dc32ecd1b3674a3285ba9ec01ec141d5 (not mine)

>The reason for ignorance today is not the absence of information, as that is ever-available in books, screens and the internet.

>Rather it is the absence of knowledge & understandings built on or extracted from rigorous scholarly foundations and methodology.

>So whoever attempts to treat the ignorance of people today with simple information may actually be having little effect, or actually causing more problems than solving them.

>The goal should be to improve understanding, so that people can make sense of information already available.

please keep in mind that this large amount of information is not intended to 'convert' anyone, but is intended for those with sincere inquiries & those seeking these resources. know that Allah comes in between a person and his heart.

in some cases an overwhelming amount of information may be a counter-productive invitation; do not invite to Islam by simply giving someone these resources when you can do more for them & not overburden them.

i am happy to hear suggesPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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f79791  No.42409

File: 507b4f428525b60⋯.png (92,65 KB, 561x784, 561:784, homepage.png)

File: 2e6d7994baa3496⋯.png (366,03 KB, 1200x1080, 10:9, pg1.png)

i've put this into PDF format.

the desktop version loses its formatting in most mobile browsers. to fix this, i created a home page to select the legacy "desktop" version, or the pdf "mobile" version.

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f79791  No.42417

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File: 779c0a96db2c7c7⋯.pdf (585,66 KB, theislampill.pdf)

>>42413

this PDF is smaller and fixes a very minor accidental underline. the current version is always available at

http://bit.ly/islampillpdf

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>>42417

>>42409

more updates over the last few days.

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6f3a61  No.42434[Reply]

I realized some time ago sins only made me and my life worse. Namely, p*rn addiction is the worst thing that happened to me. It simply messed up my life. I regret gambling too, for obvious reasons. I could go on but you already know the point. There is a wisdom behind why Allah forbade some things. Thank God I think about it more sensibly after some life experience and self-awareness.

pic: somewhere in Iraq.

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a777d6  No.42435

>>42434

You are not alone brother I used to think that being bad and edgy was cool and did some bad stuff until I saw what has the west turned into. Now I truly know that Islam is guidance instead of burden.

This is the Book about which there is no doubt, a guidance for those conscious of Allah ذَٰلِكَ ٱلْكِتَـٰبُ لَا رَيْبَ ۛ فِيهِ ۛ هُدًۭى لِّلْمُتَّقِينَ

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eab09e  No.42436

>>42434

>>42435

Exactly. Non religious people don't understand, they think we believe that God needs us, or that we just do it to go to heaven. We obey Allah because its good for us, our societies, and our souls.

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a8bb20  No.42419[Reply]

I can't find many resources or info about the logistics of Islamic polygyny, like if I want to go about doing it, how would I talk to the first wife about it, how would I talk to the in laws about it, how would vacations and stuff work.

Every thing online is just either warning against it or constantly reiterating the responsibilities it brings. Im aware about the responsibilities, I want to know how feasible this would be for me if I choose to do it in the future.

Im seeing how like first wives are seeking another wife for their husbands, but they never explain the mentality for this. The media, especially western media, always just portrays it like a circus, despite the majority of societies throughout history practicing it.

Any of you guys have experience with polygyny, or know of anyone who has more than one wife? Any of you guys have any resources I can look at (english plz)? What are the benefits of it aside from more sexual pleasure?

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f836ed  No.42424

>>42423

>HOW?

Depends on the individual woman. You're asking this question as though there's some single unwavering thing that every single woman on the planet will be drawn to. Every woman is different. The question you should be asking is what qualities you bring to the table as a man. You also have to find 4 women who not only find you marriage worthy, but who also are willing to enter into a polygamous marriage.

Women are allowed to choose who they marry, you know, and you're not entitled to 1 wife, let alone 4.

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a8bb20  No.42425

>>42424

>You also have to find 4 women who not only find you marriage worthy, but who also are willing to enter into a polygamous marriage.

But HOW? thats what Im asking. Obviously I need to find willing women, obviously I have to be of high quality, obviously not every women is the same (yet we still have guides on how to approach monogamous marriage). But how do I go on that search, how do I have that conversation with them and their families to make them understand?

It seems like you're not knowledgeable on the subject, yet you keep commenting for some reason.

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f836ed  No.42426

>>42425

>But HOW?

You don't. If you know a brother at mosque has a daughter of marriage age and you're seeking a wife, then you simply get to know that brother and - over time - express your desire for marriage. Conversely, if you meet a woman who you desire to marry, you talk to her and - over time - express your desire to marry.

If your primary desire from the get go is to have 4 wives, then you will never have even 1. The "4 wives" thing is permissible, but not obligatory. Your desire for 4 wives feels more like a fetish.

I don't know what answer will satisfy you, but no father is going to let you marry his daughter with your attitude.

>It seems like you're not knowledgeable on the subject

I have daughters. I know what it's like when some jackass starts drooling and slavering over wanting one of them to be his fetish fulfillment.

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1d77dc  No.42427

>>42425

Move to a country that's besieged and all the men are being killed off. Marry the widows. That's pretty much how it's been done all throughout history. Even the Prophet(pbuh) married women who were war widows or whose betrothed had died. Marriage isn't like picking hookers at a brothel.

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a8bb20  No.42431

>>42427

I was thinking about divorced Muslim women here in the west, some of them its their fault for divorce, but some of them were just abused by their ex husbands and thrown away, divorced Muslim women have some of the lowest potentials to marry again and have limited support especially if they've had children. I would be open to marrying a woman like this if shes a very pious woman who puts religion and family over all, (if all parties were willing, and I had the means to, inshallah).

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d3d5d9  No.40543[Reply]

Previous Thread: >>22239

As-salamualaikum.

I'm making this thread because

>most video links are dead in previous thread

>I want to avoid necrobumping

>also pic unrelated

With that being said, ITT we share mp4 and links to nasheed and make a small compilation of them. Jazakallah

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21998c  No.42374

File: d82df2f6552d43c⋯.mp4 (2,13 MB, 158x250, 79:125, sqooor.mp4)

File: 92da9b506ec8b1f⋯.mp4 (2,28 MB, 158x250, 79:125, sqooor_2_.mp4)

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cb357a  No.42410

Does anyone know where to find a full version (preferably with subtitles, but not required) of webm related? Can't find it anywhere.

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29fde9  No.42412

>>42410

We're not interested in songs praising some warlord who "terrorizes Jews". I'm sure /pnd/ can help you, but this board isn't for that.

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21998c  No.42415

File: 13e7fd180116d32⋯.mp4 (7,51 MB, 998x990, 499:495, Adm_9_.mp4)

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21998c  No.42416

File: 8fef39610853df8⋯.mp4 (6,24 MB, 500x248, 125:62, RBI.mp4)

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50497b  No.41798[Reply]

We need to commit intellectual jihad on the kuffar just as they have brainwashed much of the ummah with their post colonial mentality.

>i.e. we need to change the hearts and minds of the world to show them Islam is the truth

How should we go about this?

Social media like, twitter, and youtube undoubtedly play a huge role in influencing peoples minds. Can we try to manipulate this to our favour?

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0c08d2  No.42239

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A very strong Islamic philosopher, in the Russian-speaking environment. In the future, there may be translations into English. He is different from other Islamic philosophers, he is not a Sufi. He is orthodox in his views

>>42145

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612089  No.42240

>>42239

Does he support russia / putin?

Does he support democracy?

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d04e41  No.42298

>>42240

He did not support the Taguts and their regimes.

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c71a2a  No.42307

>>42298

>He was also the Co-chairman and member of the Presidium of the Russian Social Movement "Russian Islamic Heritage"[2] Permanent member of the Popular Arab and Islamic Congress;[3] one of the founders and a member of the Coordinating Council of the Left Front (Russia). member of the The Other Russia (coalition). He took part in the Dissenters' March.[4]

Explain these taghut? And he says dugin is good and his disciple? What is this trash?

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ec227e  No.42408

>>42307

CIA, you trash

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089ac4  No.27297[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

What is the general consensus of the Salafi movement, within this board and possibly the Islamic world?

Is the "wahabi" pejorative just a baseless ad hominem? Are they truly a radical faction/movement within Islam or are they leading Islam on the right path?

Are the Salafis to be trusted or are they ruining Islam?

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558a54  No.42402

>>42398

Then one of them is unnecessary and can be trashed. Guess which one …

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6b2d46  No.42403

>>42402

What?

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558a54  No.42404

>>42403

If they're the exact same, then one of them is not needed. If they're not exactly the same, then one is innovation.

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6b2d46  No.42405

>>42404

What?

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558a54  No.42407

>>42405

If they're the exact same, then one of them is not needed. If they're not exactly the same, then one is innovation.

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375c5d  No.41356[Reply]

Who would be the Islamic equivalent of Kierkegaard? If there is any, what books of theirs should I look into? If not, have there been any attempts to apply Kierkegaard's thought to Islam in any way?

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5025c8  No.41363

>>41362

Because Allah, not the individual, determines everything. Existentialism is inherently atheistic.

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d24a0a  No.41364

>>41362

The other guy is right. The philosophers of existentialism worked on the presupposition that there was no god or Nietzsches 'God is dead' (that society has become atheistic), and so then they struggle to find the purpose of life (existentialism). Probably the most coherent conclusion is Nihilism, that (without god) life has no meaning, and so then they figure out how to deal with that.

Islamic philosophers worked on the presupposition that Islam is true, that God had told us our purpose, to worship and serve Him. And so Islamic philosophers were more focused on theological philosophy, justifying existence of God, the relationship between our free will and Gods will, etc. They proposed whats known today as the Kalam Cosmological argument which is arguably the strongest argument for the existence of God.

The most famous Islamic philosopher is probably Al-Ghazali, one of his popular works "The Incoherence of the Philosophers" he criticizes and argues claims made by other philosophers like Ibn Sina who took a lot of inspiration from Aristotle even when the views contradicted concepts in Islam. Ibn Sina was another influential philosopher, yet his most notable contribution was in the field of medicine with his "The Canon of Medicine", a medical encyclopedia which was the standard in many places for centuries.

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5e98b0  No.41528

>>41356

tbh I've read Kierkegaard and enjoyed/learn a lot from him. Even with western philosphy, although it is always secular, a muslim can learn quite a bit from them.

Naturally no book comes even close to the wisdom of the Quran, but with western philosphy one can still learn quite a few things from it.

Even Nietzsche, although an aetheist, his philosphical musings do have some merit, especially from the Islamic perspective. For example, while life itself is inhernetly meaningless, the worldy life for the sake of itself is meaningless (i.e. without religion, there is no meaning).

So tbh I say read Kierkegaard, but keep in mind that what he says (or any philospher) is not the be-all-end-all. Just keep the Quran nearest to your heart, and take the good from the books you read, and leave the bad

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5e98b0  No.41529

>>41528

I meant to say

"while life itself is not inherently meaningless"

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246c78  No.42401

>>41528

I agree there is benefit to be gained from such authors. But when I "object" is when a muslim is more interested in delving into the western literature/philosophers before touching the Islamic ones.

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a4f674  No.42292[Reply]

I have a music class assignment and I need Muslim assistance for it.

I have one question, is music haram? Why or why not?

There is no right or wrong answer here. I just need opinions form Muslims on this issue. Thanks in advance.

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b511f9  No.42381

>>42292

>The issue of listing to music is one that has differing opinions in Islamic law, it is not from matters of creed or those matters that are necessarily known from religion therefore it is not prudent for Muslims to castigate one another on such issues since one can only castigate issues that are agreed upon, not issues that have differing opinions. As there are jurists who have ruled that listening to music is permissible and they are jurists whom it is permissible to follow in their scholarship, it is therefore impermissible for one to criminalize Muslims who follow such an opinion. This is even more so as there is no single text proof that specifically outlaws music.

https://www.dar-alifta.org/foreign/ViewFatwa.aspx?ID=4866

Basically theres a difference of opinion, so look at the methodology for each opinion, and decide yourself which is the truth.

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b3cb2d  No.42385

>>42381

<This is even more so as there is no single text proof that specifically outlaws music.

>There will be (at some future time) people from my Ummah (community of Muslims) who will seek to make lawful: fornication, the wearing of silk, wine-drinking and the use of musical instruments. [Bukhari No: 5268]

Atrange how they quote scholars like Ghazali and ibn Hazm but somehow forget this hadith in Bukhari. Really dishonest and misleading fatwa.

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13caa0  No.42386

>>42380

The only valid answer.

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2f7049  No.42387

>>42380

Good answer brother

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bf01e2  No.42392

>>42380

/thread

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dc4056  No.33003[Reply]

The most based flag than rayat al-sawda. The order is: Allah, watan (homeland), ittihad (unity), namus (honor).

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0ead4a  No.40049

File: 95dfb293282a141⋯.jpg (113,68 KB, 485x643, 485:643, 1502218263524.jpg)

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b85c58  No.40065

>>40049

T.worse than a dung beetle

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3f3711  No.42306

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d80885  No.42354

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>>40049

Islam has a lunar calendar, this is a reference to the goddess culture that preceded Islam, this goes together with the dome shape of our mosques. The dome represents the mushroom, which came out in lunar cycles. The prophets also dissapeared for long periods into the caves where those mushrooms could be grown. The 8 sided star and the 5 sided star have always been part of Islam. The 8 sided star represents our past, it represents the ogdoad or the khatim-sulayman: seal of the prophets of Allah. The 5 sided star stands for the 5 pillars of Islam and is a reference to the integration of the ideas of Plato, the pentagram also represents the holy relationship between Allah's wisdom and the elegance of creation. It also contains the fibonacci sequence.

This reminded me of a gem I've seen at a young age:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8BqnN72OlqA

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48ec2b  No.42371

>>42354

bruh idk if you are mentally ill or if you know what you're saying is kufr

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3f6473  No.42364[Reply]

[moronic ramblings redacted]

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113e70  No.42368

>>42364

>The Earth is Flat

No it isn't and you're kind of an idiot.

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