The religion of islam.

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Islam means peace, purity, submission and obedience. In the religious sense, Islam means submission to the will of God and obedience to His law. Followers of Islam are called Muslims which means those who are fully surrendering to God.

Submitted: August 09, 2014

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The religion of Islam

 

What is Islam?

Islam means peace, purity, submission and obedience. In the religious sense, Islam means submission to the will of God and obedience to His law. Followers of Islam are called Muslims which means those who are fully surrendering to God. They believe that Allah is the one and the only one He is the Creator of all human beings. Muslims worship God, whose name is Allah. They put their trust in Him and they seek His help and His guidance. Muhammad is the prophet of Islam. Quran is the holy book of Islam; The Quran only contains what is presented as the literal words of Allah - as relayed by Muhammad

Islam is against terrorism.

“Islam does not allow terrorism at any cost. Islam condemns all violence and terrorism plaguing the world today. Muslims should demonstrate a love for peace and unity. Anyone who condones or commits an act of terrorism in the name of Islam is simply not following Islam.

slam is the true religion.

.Like every other religion Islam also claims to be the one and the only true way to god

Jihad.

The word "jihad" does not mean "holy war". It actually means "to struggle" or "to strive". In a religious context it means the struggle to successfully surrender one's will to the will of God. Some Muslims may say they are going for "jihad" when fighting  in a war to defend themselves or others, but they say this because they are conceding that it will be a tremendous struggle  


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