The Holy Quran
Quran is the eternal and literal word of God revealed to Prophet Muhammad over the period of 23 years. Unlike other books, Quran make a great proclamation in the beginning of the book.
“This is the Book about which there is no doubt ..….”
After this proclamation, Quran presents thousands of ayahs (verses) as a proof.
So what is the meaning of this very unusual and bold statement. let’s examine what this claim amplifies.
There is no error or falsehood in this book whatsoever and it will remain like that for ever.
All the statements in the book about nature and science are true.
All the historical events described are correct.
All the prophecies revealed in it are accurate.
All the ethical, social, political, economical laws stated in this book are valid, up to date and practical.
In the history of mankind, no one has made such a claim. even the divine books like Torah and Bible did not make a claim similar to this. Want to read Quran? Click here
A Tribute from a non-Muslim
The personality of Mohammad! It is most difficult to get into the truth of it. Only a glimpse of it I can catch. What a dramatic succession of picturesque scenes. There is Mohammad the Prophet, there is Mohammad the General; Mohammad the King; Mohammad the Warrior; Mohammad the Businessman; Mohammad the Preacher; Mohammad the Philosopher; Mohammad the Statesman; Mohammad the Orator; Mohammad the reformer; Mohammad the Refuge of orphans; Mohammad the Protector of slaves; Mohammad the Emancipator of women; Mohammad the Law-giver; Mohammad the Judge; Mohammad the Saint.
And in all these magnificent roles, in all these departments of human activities, he is like, a hero..
Orphanhood is extreme of helplessness and his life upon this earth began with it; Kingship is the height of the material power and it ended with it. From an orphan boy to a persecuted refugee and then to an overlord, spiritual as well as temporal, of a whole nation and Arbiter of its destinies, with all its trials and temptations, with all its vicissitudes and changes, its lights and shades, its up and downs, its terror and splendor, he has stood the fire of the ……. Read More
Islam in Australia
The first of the Afghan cameleers arrived in South Australia in the 1830s and they were the founders of Islam in Australia. The rail links across the Australian outback and Australia’s overland telegraph lines were all built with the assistance of these Afghan cameleers, thus opening up Australia’s vast interior. It was their descendants who built Australia’s first mosque in 1861 in South Australia at Marree, then known as Hergott Springs. Australia’s first large mosque was also built in Adelaide in 1890.
The 2011 Census puts the figure at 476,300 of people who stated Islam as their religious affiliation. According to the Census, the Buddhism (2.5% of the population), Islam (2.2%, up from 1.7% in 2006) and …….Read More
Besides creating awareness amongst Australians about Islam and Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), our objective is to remove the prevailing misconceptions and misperceptions about Islam internationally by spreading the true message and teachings of Islam.
Islam means ‘Peace’ and peace and terrorism do not go together. Our aim is to spread peace among Muslims and non-Muslims around the world.
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To accomplish this noble cause. You can help us by volunteering yourself for establishing Islam info booths in your university/ suburb, interfaith dialogues, Mosque visits and online activities. Are you ready to take up this noble cause? Please fill up the form and we will contact you soon. Register
How to become a Muslim
The word “Muslim” means one who submits to the will of God, regardless of their race, nationality or ethnic background. If anyone has a real desire to be a Muslim and has full conviction and strong belief that Islam is the true religion of God, then, all one needs to do is pronounce the “Shahada”, the testimony of faith, without further delay.
To convert to Islam and become a Muslim, a person needs to pronounce the below testimony with conviction and understanding its meaning:
I testify “La ilah illa Allah, Muhammad rasoolu Allah.”
Translation: “I testify that there is no true god (deity) but God (Allah), and that Muhammad is a Messenger (Prophet) of God.” …..Read More