Interfaith Dialogue

Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) was possibly the first religious personality to initiate interfaith dialogue. Not only did he invite people of other faith to dialogue, but he also offered them to pray their own prayers in a mosque. All this was done to ensure harmony for people to live together. To be a Muslim is to be a peacemaker. A Muslim seeks to mitigate conflicts for peaceful co-existence. “Ensuring harmony for people to live together”

Ahad Name

Ahtiname (latinised version of AHAD_NAMA) comes from the Arabic words ahd, which means “obligation,” and name, which means “document, testament.” The document has been instrumental in the protection of St Catherine’s Monastery at the base of Mount Sinai, and as a means of ensuring peaceful and cooperative relations between Christians and Muslims. The continuous existence of the monastery during fourteen centuries of Islamic rule is a sign of the respect given to this Letter of Protection, and the principles of peace and cooperation that it enshrines.

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Comparative Religions

Comparative religions is the comparison of the beliefs and
practices of the world’s religions. It results in an understanding of  the beliefs and practices of other religions.

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Schools of Islamic thought

Today, there are  five schools of Islamic thought accepted by all Muslims. These are the Ja‘fari, comprising 23% of the Muslims; the Hanafi, comprising 31% of the Muslims; the Maliki, comprising 25% of the Muslims; the Shafi΄i, comprising 16% of the Muslims; and the Hanbali, comprising 4% of the Muslims. The remaining small percentage follow other minority schools, such as the Zaydi and the Isma΄ili…..

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