Inspired By Muhammad
Ever wanted to know who was Muhammad?
Ever since the false flag attack of 9/11, the Zionists and their agents have been continuously smearing Islam and demonizing Muslims using their monopoly of Media and Banking. Below are a few topics about Islam and Muslims for those honest seekers after truth.
The purpose here is not to 'convert' the 'infidels' or promote the religion of Islam but to show the non 'Judeo-Christian' version of what Islam really is or should be. ('Judeo-Christian Values' is a term coined by Zionists who have been spitting on Christians and Christian values throughout history but is very useful term to recruit idiots to fight Jewish Wars and possibly a future 'Clash of Civilization' - if we take into account the on-going Crusade in many different parts of the Muslim World...)
Inspired By Muhammad - Social Justice - Myriam Francois Cerrah
Society’s well-being was paramount to Muhammad who taught that all humans were entitled to the same rights and privileges. Find out more about this topic:
Inspired By Muhammad - Social Justice II - Rupon Miah
Muhammad was a social activist of his time. He shook the underpinnings of the unjust society he lived in by bringing about social reforms: he forbade exploitation of the vulnerable, protected the poor by establishing regular charity; and crippled an arrogant class and race-based system by upholding equality. Find out more about Peace and Justice in Islam
Inspired By Muhammad - Human Rights - Ahmad Thomson
Abuse of human rights continues to this day and Muhammad witnessed similar injustices in seventh century Arabia. Racism, oppression, female infanticide, exploitation of the weak – Muhammad denounced them all and fought against inhumane practices that had become part of a decaying system. Find out more about this topic:
Inspired By Muhammad - Coexistence - Imam Suhaib William Webb
“All of humanity is the family of God’, Muhammad declared, ‘and the most beloved to God is the one who is of most benefit to His children.” Find out more about this topic:
Inspired By Muhammad - Healthcare - Amina Coxon
'For every disease there is a cure' These were also the words of Prophet Muhammad whose commitment to healthcare was revolutionary at a time when Europe struggled with the notion.
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Inspired By Muhammad - Environment - Timothy J Winters
Muhammad emphasised the Quranic decree of treating the earth as a trust, and humankind its guardians Find out more about this topic:
Inspired By Muhammad - Environment II- Kristiane Backer
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Inspired By Muhammad - Animal Welfare - Sarah Joseph OBE
“A good deed done to an animal is like a good deed done to a human being, while an act of cruelty to an animal is as bad as cruelty to a human being,” Muhammad said. Find out more about this topic:
Inspired By Muhammad - Women's Rights - Shaista Aziz
The Quran states that men and women were created to be equal parts of a pair. Muhammad said that the rights of women are sacred and that they are the “twin halves of men”. Considering women in Britain received the right to vote, inherit and own property thirteen centuries later, Muhammad’s campaigns were both radical and revolutionary. Find out more about this topic:
Inspired By Muhammad - Women's Rights - Sultana Tafadar
Muslim women gained full ownership over their money, while husbands had the responsibility to provide for them even if their wives were wealthier than them. Find out more about this topic: The Social Involvement of Women in Islam
Inspired By Muhammad - Education - Akram Khan-Cheema
In Medina, Muhammad appointed teachers whose sole occupation was to teach the community. His wife Aisha taught men and women for more than forty years at the mosque, becoming the first of thousands of female scholars to teach throughout history, following the Quranic and Prophetic decree. Find out more about this topic:
Inspired By Muhammad - Charity - Dr Hany El-Banna OBE
Muhammad sought to restore the balance in society, to bring justice to the poor and needy, and dubbed charity a ‘proof of faith’. In his own house he scarcely had food to eat – whatever he received he would give away to those who needed it more. Find out more about this topic:
A Brief History of Humanitarianism in the Muslim World (PDF), by Mamoun Abuarqub and Isabel Phillips
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