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81. [II]-The Arrival Of Prophet
His foster brothers loved him and he loved them They and the banu Adi put their handsin the blood and The same Great Spirit has come to you which came to musa.

82. Shi'sm - Mohamed S. Vawda
5. That in the States dispensations, banu Hashims be given priority (7) musa Kazim(6 present Shi'ism in its true colours so that my Shia’h brothers may ponder
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After completion of my book "Qadianism - a critical study," I was thinking of writing a book on Shi'ism. It took me a long time to study various authentic books on the subject. I took pains to collect reliable data so that whatever I write on the subject could be corroborated by reference to Shi'ite books. In order to understand and have a correct appraisal of Shi'ism, a study of its background and factors leading to its emergence is most essential. I shall attempt to present the same in the ensuing pages. Shi'ah means a section, a group, a Schism, and Shi'ism is a separatist movement from Islam, with its own ideology and characteristics. It is developed around the personality cult of Hazrat Ali (R.A.). An essential belief of Shi'ism is Imaamate. It is obligatory for a Shia’h to believe in twelve Imaams. That is why they call themselves "Ithna- ashriyah" i.e. Twelvers, as against Ismailia Shi'ah who believe in seven Imaams and call themselves "Shaba'i" i.e. Seveners. After the demise of the Holy Prophet Mohammad (peace be upon him) in 632 A.C., Hazrat Abu Baker Siddique (R.A.), was elected as Caliph and he ruled for 2 years 3 months and 10 days (632-634 A.C.), then Hazrat Omar (R.A.) succeeded him and ruled for, 10 years and 6 months (634-644) and then Hazrat Othman (R.A.) ruled for 13 years, and lastly, Hazrat Ali (R.A.) was elected and he- ruled for 4 years and 9 months, (656-661).

83. World Of Islam
The brothers banu musa who lived in the 9 th century may be said to be the firstoutstanding Muslim geometers while their contemporary Thabit ibn Qurrah used of Islam.htm
The Religion of Islam "This day have I perfected your religion for you and completed My favor unto you, and have chosen for you as your religion Islam." (Qu’ran, Surah [5:3]) Introduction Islam is a religion based upon the surrender to God who is One. The very name of the religion, al-Islam in Arabic, means at once submission and peace, for it is in submitting to God’s Will that human beings gain peace in their lives in this world and in the hereafter. The message of Islam concerns God, who in Arabic is called Allah, and it addresses itself to humanity’s most profound nature. It concerns men and women as they were created by God—not as fallen beings. Islam therefore considers itself to be not an innovation but a reassertion of the universal truth of all revelation, which is God’s Oneness. Prophets Qu’ran Prophet of Islam The Prophet of Islam is loved and revered by Muslims precisely because he was chosen by God to reveal His Word to mankind. The Prophet Muhammad is not considered to be divine but a human being. However, he is seen as the most perfect of human beings, shining like a jewel among stones. He was born in 570 A. D. in one of the most powerful tribes in the Arabia of that time, for it had guardianship over the Ka’bah in Makkah. An orphan brought up by his grandfather and later by his uncle, the young Muhammad displayed exceptional virtue as a trustworthy individual whom members of various tribes would invite to act as arbitrator in their disputes.

84. Az-zahra - History Of 14 Masoomen
the Prophets Adam Nuh Ibrahim Ismail Ishaq banu Hashim banu Israil musa Isa Muhammad inMedina, the tribes of Awsh and Khazraj became brothers for life

85. Nahjul Balagha
161. O brother of banu Asad O brothers, I am not ignorant of To the Abdullah bin Qays,better known in history as Abu musa Ash'ari, for his weakfaith and double
Nahjul Balagha Sermons, Letters, and Sayings of Ameer al-Mu'mineen, the Commander of the Faithful, Imam Ali ibn Abi Talib (a.s.) Search the text Background Information Alternative Sources of the Sermons Sermons Download Sermons 1-239 with embedded font that preserves special transliterated characters (MS Word 6.0). Or, view the sermons below. Letters Download Letters 1-79 with embedded font that preserves special transliterated characters (MS Word 6.0). Or, view the letters below.

86. Tiernamen - Ba
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  • INTERNET Banu Hillal, ca. 1100. Arabische Immigranten im Maghreb (Algerien, Marokko und Tunesien).
  • 87. The Battle Of Banu Al-Mustaliq
    musa Ibn Uqbah, however, said, It was in the 4 th year of Hijra. of Allah (peaceand blessings of Allah be upon him) received news that banu AlMustaliq were
    CONTENTS The Battle Of Banu Al-Mustaliq According to Al-Bukhari, this battle is also called the battle of Al-Muraisi. It took place, according to Ibn Ishaq, in the 6 th year of Hijra. Musa Ibn Uqbah, however, said, "It was in the 4 th year of Hijra. Az'Zuhari said, "The story of the forged statment against Ashah (may Allah be pleased with her) was during the battle of Al-Muraisi" According to Ibn Ishaq, the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) received news that Banu Al-Mustaliq were gathering together against him. Their leader was Al-Harith Ibn Abu Dirar, the father Juwairiyah, whom the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) married afterwards. On hearing about them, the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) went out and met them at a watering place of theirs called Al-Muraisi in the direction of Qudayd towards the shore. There was a fight and Allah put Banu Al-Mustahiq to flight and killed some of them and gave the Messenger their wives, children, and property as booty, Al-Bukhari narrated that Abdullah Ibn Awn said, "I wrote a letter to Nafi wrote in reply to my letter that had suddenly attacked Banu Al-Mustaliq without warning while they were heedless and their cattle were being watered at the places of water. Their fighting men were killed and their women and children were taken as captives; theProphet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) got Juwairiyah on that day. Nafi said that Ibn Umar had told him the above narration and that Ibn Umar was in the army."

    88. The Water Organ And Other Related Sound-Producing Automata
    on the water organ in Arabic remains this treatise attributed to banu musa. Thebrothers Tommaso and Alessandro Francini (late sixteenth century to early
    The Water Organ and Other Related Sound-Producing Automata December 11, 2000 Joseph R. Curtis The Water Organ and Other Related Sound-Producing Automata Greek Sources organon referring to a water organ, which made figures play wind, string and percussion instruments. Arabic Sources klepsydra The Organ from its Invention in the Hellenistic Period to the end of the Thirteenth Century , he describes musical automata in the palace of Emperor Theophilus (829-842 AD). "This Theophilus had also constructed a musical tree which he had installed in one of the great reception rooms in the palace. …It consisted of a golden tree with small birds perched on its branches, twittering musically by means of a pneumatic mechanism which sent air through concealed tubes." Figure 1 is taken from the treatise attributed to Archimedes. It shows a figure playing a flue or reed pipe, which is made to sound by air being forced through it by the fall of water into a cistern. Figure 1 The Archimedes Automatic Wind Instrumentalist British Museum MS., Or. Add. 23391

    89. Astronomy 120 | Eastern Astronomy
    He recommended himself to the banu musa, a set of mathematician brothersdescended from a robber who had diversified into astrology.
    Expansion and translation of knowledge
    Perhaps the most important Arab and Muslim contribution to science was the translation and expansion upon ancient texts.
    At the height of Islamic Spain and Baghdad (in what is now Iraq), science and the arts flourished as the world's scholars assembled largely in those two places to translate and expand upon older Greek texts.
    Important discoveries were found in algebra, geometer, mathematics, as well as astronomy. Much of the world's collective knowledge was translated into Arabic and stored and studied. The great advances made by Greeks, the Chinese and Hindus were preserved during the Dark Ages.
    It is widely recognized that without this preservation of knowledge by the Islamic scholars, the remarkable discoveries made during the Renaissance could not have happened that time.
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    Relevance to Astronomy 120
    The texts and knowledge preserved by scholars under Islamic societies paved the way for much of the information we now respect. One example is that al-Tusi's work at the Maragheh observatory is considered by many to be the inspiration for the Copernican planetary models, a concept we studied in class.

    90. My Lines, By Robert Brian Stewart
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    91. My Lines, By Robert Brian Stewart
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    92. [Grapevine] For 25 Jul, 2002
    Hinduja brothersSrichand, Gopichand and Prakashchand had sought Allauddin Bengali,Ustad Baba musa Bengali, Baba Borivli West), Bibi Shameer banu and Baba
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    93. History Of Sciences In The Islamic World - Light Of Islam
    first is by the Bano (Arabic for sons of) musa, three brothers who lived The Banumusa were masters in the exploitation of small variations in aerostatic and
    History of Sciences in the Islamic World
    Medical Science


    I. Medical Science Dr. Meyerhof writes in "The Legacy of Islam" (P.132): "Muslim doctors laughed at the Crusaders' medical attendants for their clumsy and elementary efforts. The Europeans had not the advantage of the books of Avicenna, Jaber, Hassan bin Haytham, Rhazes. However, they finally had them translated into Latin. These translations exist still, without the translators' names. In the 16th century the books of Averroes (Inb Rushd) and avicenna (Ibn Sina) were put out in Latin translation in Italy and used as the basis of instruction in the Italian and French universities." On page 116 of the same work he writes that after Rhazes' death the works of Avicenna (AD 980-1037) were taken up. His influence on thought and philosophy and general science was profound, and his medical works (based on the works of Galen which he had found in the Samarqand library in Arabic translation) had a sensational outrech. Other scientists followed - Abu'l-Qais of Andalusia; Ibn-Zahr of Andalusia; Abbas the Irani; Ali ibn-Rezvan of Egypt; Ibn Butlan of Baghdad; Abu Mansur Muwaffaq of Herat; Ibbn Wafeed of Spain; Masooya o Baghdad; Ali-ibn-Esau of Baghdad; Ammar of Mosul; Ibn-Rushd (Averroes) of Andalusia; whose works were translated into Latin were used in European universities. Europe knew nothing of the cholera bacterium when Islam entered Spain, and the people there regarded the disease as a punishment sent from heaven to exact the penalty of the sins: but Muslim physicians had already proved that even the public plague was a contagious disease and nothing else.

    94. BRAZIL-L: [BRAZIL-L] Abunazar And The Ummayad Amirs
    of alMundhir's and Ab Allah's brothers was called the Maya genealogy might be thebanu Qasi Abdallah He left four known children Muhammad, musa, Fortun - who
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    95. Islam
    It was then that a person from banu Tamim visited Book 015, Number 4051 Abu Musareported We walked on I was the seventh one amongst my brothers during the

    96. SalamIran - Religion
    Talib, peace be on him, and his brothers were among He had especially gathered theBanu Abd alMuttalib there as Aaron (Harun) was to Moses (musa) except that
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    The Day of Ghadeer Ali ebn'e Abe Talib (AS) The Commander of the Faithful Introduction His birth His Mother His Teacher His Islam After the Prophet(S) His Authority His Immate His Martyrdom
    Secret of Imam Ali's Love
    by Allama Murtaza Mutahhari Persian Poems about Imam Ali (AS) Introduction This part gives) an account of the Commander of the faithful, peace be on him, the first of the Imams of the believers, of the rulers of the Muslims and of God's (appointed) successors in religion after the Apostle of God, the truthful one and the trusted one, Muhammad ebn'e abd'allah, the seal of the Prophets, blessings on him and his pure family. (He was) The brother of the Apostle of God and his paternal cousin, and his helper (wazir) in his affair, his son-in- law (being married) to his daughter, Fatima the chaste, mistress of the women of the universe. (The

    97. Legacy Of Islam - Muslim Contributors To Science And Technology
    AlMutawakkil had entrusted the two sons of musa ibn Shakir, Muhammad and Ahmad Newsof this angered the Caliph, and the two brothers were saved from severe
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  • ABU ABDULLAH AL-BATANI ( 858 - 929 A.D.) Abu Abdallah Muhammad Ibn Jabir Ibn Sinan al-Battani al-Harrani was born around 858 A.D. in Harran, and according to one account, in Battan, a State of Harran. Battani was first educated by his father Jabir Ibn San'an al-Battani, who was also a well-known scientist. He then moved to Raqqa, situated on the bank of the Euphrates, where he received advanced education and later on flourished as a scholar. At the beginning of the 9th century, he migrated to Samarra, where he worked till the end of his life in 929 A.D. He was of Sabian origin, but was himself a Muslim. Battani was a famous astronomer, mathematician and astrologer. He has been held as one of the greatest astronomists of Islam. He is responsible for a number of important discoveries in astronomy, which was the result of a long career of 42 years of research beginning at Raqqa when he was young. His well-known discovery is the remarkably accurate determination of the solar year as being 365 days, 5 hours, 46 minutes and 24 seconds, which is very close to the latest estimates. He found that the longitude of the sun's apogee had increased by 16 o , 47' since Ptolemy. This implied the important discovery of the motion of the solar apsides and of a slow variation in the equation of time. He did not believe in the trapidation of the equinoxes, although Copernicus held it.

    98. Abasid1
    a library and an observatory. Private patrons such as the banu Musabrothers followed his example. This activity had a profound
    The 'Abbasid caliphate Opposition to the Umayyads finally came to a head in northeastern Iran (Khorasan) in 747 when the mawla Abu Muslim raised black banners in the name of the 'Abbasids , a branch of the family of the Prophet, distantly related to 'Ali and his descendants. In 749 the armies from the east reached Iraq, where they received the support of much of the population. The 'Abbasids themselves came from their retreat at Humaymah in southern Jordan, and in 749 the first 'Abbasid caliph, as-Saffah , was proclaimed in the mosque at Al-Kufah. This " 'Abbasid Revolution" ushered in the golden age of medieval Iraq. Khorasan was too much on the fringes of the Muslim world to be a suitable capital, and from the beginning the 'Abbasid caliphs made Iraq their base. By this time Islam had spread well beyond the original garrison towns, even though Muslims were still a minority of the population. At first the 'Abbasids ruled from Al-Kufah or nearby, but in 762 al-Mansur founded a new capital on the site of the old village of Baghdad . It was officially known as Madinat as-Salam ("City of Peace"), but in popular usage the old name prevailed. Baghdad soon became larger than any city in Europe or western Asia. Al-Mansur built the massive Round City with four gates and his palace and the main mosque in the centre. This Round City was exclusively a government quarter, and soon after its construction the markets were banished to the

    99. Bielade's Webpage
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    100. History Of Arabia
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    Back Alumni of Aligarh Muslim University (India) History of Arab and Saudi Arabia Ancient Period History Top Arabia was probably the original home of the Semites. Semitic peoples have been credited with inventing the alphabet first. In the 4th millennium BC, they moved into Mesopotamia and Palestine, later to be identified as Assyro-Babylonians, Canaanites, and Amorites. In the 1st millennium BC the Minaean kingdom was well established in Asir and the south of Al Hijaz (Hejaz) along the Red Sea coast; its capital was at Karna, or Qarnah (present-day Sadah, Yemen). The Minaeans were nomads and herders, who eventually became the chief traders of incense through northern Al Hijaz. After the Minaeans withdrew from their trading post at Dedan (now Al ’Ula) in the 1st century BC, the Nabataeans founded a commercial centre at Mada’in Salih, just to the north. Central and Northern Arabia seem to have been the original home of the Arabs. The important Arabian tribes of the pre-Islamic period were the Thamud, located in the northern Hejaz (al-Hijaz region) near the Red Sea, and the Lihyanites, located in and around Dedan.

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