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History and dogmas of the muslim religion


Islam : History and dogmas

Islam is an Arabic word meaning "submission (to God)" and is described as a "Deen" in Arabic, meaning "way of life" and/or "religion". It has an etymological relationship to other Arabic words, such as Salaam, meaning "peace". The Arabic word "Muslim" is related to the word Islam and means a "vassal" of God and "one who surrendered" or submits (to God). Muslims see homage to God as a sign of distinction; this term has no negative connotations. Homage means serving the will of God above and beyond one's own goals.


Islam : Links

Islam / Sufism, Abd el-Kader, Abou Bakr As-Siddiq, Abu Bakr al Sabbak, Abu Sa'id, Adda Bentounčs, Ahmad Al-Alawi, Al Nuri, Ali Ibn Abou Talib, Al-Junayd, Araqi, Attar, Baba Kuhi of Shiraz, Bistami, Cheikh Ahmed Tidiane Sy, Cheikh Al Islam Niass, Cheikh Bamba Dieye, Dhu-l-Nun, Frithjof Schuon, Ghazzali, Hallaj, Hujwiri, Ibn 'Arabi, Ibn' Ata' Allah, Iman Ali, Iraqi, Jami, Kalabadhi, Khaled Bentounčs, Muhammad, Nazir, Others Sufis Teaching, Rabia al-Adawiyya, Rumi, Seyyed Hossein Nasr, Shabistari, Shaykh Al Arabî al-Darqawî, Sheikh Badruddin, Sheikh Muzaffer, Sidi Hamza al Qâdiri al Boutchichi, The Quran, Umar al-Khattab, Umar Ibn Al-Farid, Uthman ibn Affan, etc.

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