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SEP
2018
The Changing of the Qiblah to the Kaʿbah in the Ḥaram of Makkah Where the Israelite Prophets Performed the Rituals of Ḥajj
From the most evident of signs to the People of the Book and in particular the Jewsthat the Qurʾān is indeed revealed by Allāh, the Lord of Ibrāhīm and Mūsā (ʿalayhis salām), is that it commanded Muḥammad (ṣallallāhu ʿalayhi wasallam) to make the qiblah (direction) of prayer towards the Kaʿbah in ... Read more »
23
SEP
2018
The Argument of Mūsā with the Arrogant, Oppressive Firʿaun Regarding Rubūbiyyah and Ulūhiyyah
Firʿaun laid claim to ulūhiyyah (the right to worship) and arrogantly denied the existence of any deity deserving to be worshipped besides himself. He said, "[b]I am your Lord most high[/b]." (79:24) and "[b]I know of no other deity for you besides me[/b]." (28:38). ... Read more »
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SEP
2018
The Banī Isrāʾīl Were Upon Islām and Tawhīd Prior to the Development of 'Judaism'
The Qurʾān distinguishes between the Banī Isrāʾīl as a people--who are the Asbāt, the Tribes, the sons and offspring of Ya'qūb (alayhis salām)--and between Judaism as a religion. ... Read more »
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SEP
2018
Moses and Other Israelite Prophets Prayed at Masjid Khayf at Mina
Moses and Other Israelite Prophets Prayed at Masjid Khayf at Mina[/b] There occurs in the hadith, "Seventy prophets prayed in Masjid al-Khayf [in Minā], among them was Mūsā." ... Read more »
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SEP
2018
The Firʿaun of Mūsā Was a Tyrant from the ʿAmālīq Tribe of Arabs and Not an Egyptian King
Muslim sources (exegetes, historians, linguists) state that the Firʿaun mentioned in the Qurʾān in the story of the Prophet Mūsā (alayhis salām) was from the offspring of ʿAmlāq (Amalekites), an Arab tribe from the perished tribes (al-ʿarab al-bāʾidah) that no longer exist, similar to ʿĀd and Thāmū ... Read more »
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SEP
2018
Banī Isrāʿīl and Their Priestly Elites (Cohens) in the Hijāz (Yathrib) Prior to the Prophet and Islām
The wife of the Prophet Muḥammad (ṣallallāhu ʿalayhi wasallam) Ṣafiyyah bint Ḥuyayy (raḍiyallāhu ʿanhā) was descended from Levi, son of Jacob (ʿalayhis salām) through Aaron. Her father was from the tribe of Banū Naḍīr and her mother, Barrah bint Samuel, was from Banū Qurayẓah ... Read more »
 




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