Charity between Islam and Hinduism

In Hinduism, it is generally recognized that most daan is directed towards Brahmins. This is broadly in line with the pauranik directives.

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The Temple of Ram in Hindu Scriptures

God does not have any mother or father, no children or any wife. He is Alone, and One. How will you build a temple having statue and statue of the family?

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Worship between Islam and Hinduism

Hinduism has some sorts of worship similar to the worships in Islam, however, in Hinduism those worships have been twisted and changed and were mixed with polytheistic rituals and additions.

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Significance of Zakah

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The Prophet Muhammad said: “If a single person were to sleep hungry in a town, then Allah’s protection is lifted from such a town.”

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Zakah (Obligatory Charity) in Islam

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Zakah is one of the five pillars of Islam. Zakah is mentioned together with Salah in eighty two verses of the Glorious Qur’an.

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Animal Worship in Hinduism

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This article tries to introduce the ritual of animal worship in Hinduism and why animals have been regarded as holy in Hinduism.

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Merits of Islamic Rulings (2/2)

The Islamic way of life is a practical one, it is not beyond the human strength, but according to people’s ability, the provisions of Islam have been applied almost a thousand years in all parts of the Muslim world.

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Merits of Islamic Rulings (1/2)

During Hajj, the pilgrims relive the life of Prophet Ibrahim and his son Prophet Ismail (peace be upon them). Allah was pleased with their sacrifice and so He has destined all Pilgrims to revive certain moments of their life.

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Why Only Islam?

Islam commands all kinds of good and forbids all kinds of evil. It encourages good manners and proper treatment of others. It enjoins good characteristics such as truthfulness, patience, deliberation, kindness, humbleness and modesty.

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Intoxicant in Hinduism and Islam (1/2)

One of the characteristics of divine ruling in Islam is that if it comes, there is no place or room for conflict or dispute for any Muslim. The ruling on wine was not given to the human mind, which is in general a field of acceptation and denial.

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Intoxicant in Hinduism and Islam (2/2)

This article aims to study the rule of alcohol drugs intoxicant in Islam and the wisdom in prohibiting it comparing the subject in Hinduism.

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Prevention from Coronavirus in Islam

The question here is: who told the Prophet Muhammad (May peace of Allah and His blessings be upon him) about this truth? Can human mind speak of this exact medical fact fifteen centuries ago? When there was no information on the bacteria, virus, corona or plague.

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Usury in Hinduism and Islam (1/2)

All these destructive consequences stem from the absence of a clear and definitive ruling in Hinduism on usury. In addition, the opinions of Hindus are different on this subject,

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