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Was Islam named after any person or region or race ?

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Asked by TRUTH SEEKER, 03 Sep '12 11:10 am
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Islam means to submit freely to The Commandments and Will of The One and Only God (Allah). This submission should come from within, from sound belief in and conviction to Allah, with no doubt. It should also come from love, trust, and affection.

Allah is not a special god for Muslims, but Allah is The Creator of all creatures, including mankind.

The Prophet Muhammad (Peace on him) is the Messenger of Allah. The Prophet Muhammad (Peace on him) received The Word of Allah (revelation), through the archangel Gabriel (The Holy Spirit). This revelation comprises the Religion of Islam.

The Qur'an is the authentic collection of this revelation recorded in book form. It is the exact, unchanged Word of Allah to all mankind.

A Muslim is any male or female person who believes in Allah and the Prophet Muhammad (Peace on him) as His Messenger who then testifies to that belief to witnesses announcing his/her acceptance of Islam as his/her religion. "Muslim' should not be confused with "Ar ...more
Answered by LIPSIKA, 03 Sep '12 11:18 am

 
  
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One thing is important regarding Islam, that unlike many other religions here and there in the world, which are either named after a person or a region or a tribe, Islam is not named after any person as the case with Christianity and Buddhism, which is named after Jesus Christ and Buddha, nor it is named after a territory, like Hinduism and Qadianism, nor it is named after a tribe like Judaism etc. Islam is rather than a belief and action. Whoever accepts this belief and acts accordingly, i.e. surrenders himself before the Will of Allah (swt), he is considered a Muslim, whatever his race, region, color or language may be, and whoever rejects to accept this belief and to surrender himself to the Will of Allah(swt), he is considered an infidel(or Kafir) even he is born in a Muslim family, and to pious parents.
Some of the western writers try to name Islam as Mohammedanism, which is a wrong attitude and unjust act. It is rather a heinous attempt to bring down Islam to level of those reli ...more
Answered by Psycho, 03 Sep '12 11:12 am

 
  
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Islam is rather than a belief and action. Whoever accepts this belief and acts accordingly, i.e. surrenders himself before the Will of Allah (swt), he is considered a Muslim, whatever his race, region, color or language may be, and whoever rejects to accept this belief and to surrender himself to the Will of Allah(swt), he is considered an infidel(or Kafir) even he is born in a Muslim family, and to pious parents.
Some of the western writers try to name Islam as Mohammedanism, which is a wrong attitude and unjust act. It is rather a heinous attempt to bring down Islam to level of those religions which are named after the person who had introduced it.
Answered by anil garg, 04 Sep '12 12:21 am

 
  
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One thing is important regarding Islam, that unlike many other religions here and there in the world, which are either named after a person or a region or a tribe, Islam is not named after any person as the case with Christianity and Buddhism, which is named after Jesus Christ and Buddha, nor it is named after a territory, like Hinduism and Qadianism, nor it is named after a tribe like Judaism etc. Islam is rather than a belief and action. Whoever accepts this belief and acts accordingly, i.e. surrenders himself before the Will of Allah (swt), he is considered a Muslim, whatever his race, region, color or language may be, and whoever rejects to accept this belief and to surrender himself to the Will of Allah(swt), he is considered an infidel(or Kafir) even he is born in a Muslim family, and to pious parents.
Some of the western writers try to name Islam as Mohammedanism, which is a wrong attitude and unjust act. It is rather a heinous attempt to bring down Islam to level of those reli ...more
Answered by jameel ahmed, 03 Sep '12 11:51 am

 
  
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Answered by fakeastrologer, 03 Sep '12 11:13 am

 
  
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