Islam is not only the correct religion, but also the best way of life a man could ever lives his life with. This is proven by how the holy book, the Quran, covers every essence needed to be known for prosperous lives; from politics to self protection, all of the principles are enclosed. Islam has the best employment training, if not, the best tools men may attained to furnish themselves to be beneficial. Accordingly, humans need to learn and implement their knowledge. These are encouraged by the Quran and Ahadith.
In my own role as Imam of the Shia Ismaili Muslims over the past half century, I have come to appreciate the importance of pluralism in ever-expanding ways. The Ismaili community, after all, is itself a global family, spanning many geographies, cultures, languages and ethnicities—and sharing its life with people of many faiths
(His Highness The Aga Khan IV 2008).
Throughout my high school years, I dreamed of becoming a dietetic. I enjoy helping others make healthy eating choices, whether it’s helping my sister increase her fiber intake or saving extra calories when cooking my family dinner. The obesity rate in America is drastically increasing, and Weight Watchers and other popular programs are expensive. It makes it much easier for people to say “no” to healthy eating and “yes” to the cheap and junky Twinkies or Swiss rolls.
Muslim Americans are trying to promote activism in society to help highlight their positive representation of Islam and its followers to the average American to reduce Islamophobia.
Wounded America: How is Nietzsche’s error of imaginary cause present in the treatment of Muslim Americans since 9/11? - Natasha Khokar
For a second, the U.S. stood still. Looking up at the towers, one can only imagine the calm before the storm in the moment when thousands of pounds of steel went hurdling into its once smooth, glassy frame. People ran around screaming and rubble fell as the massive metal structure folded in on itself like an accordion.
The Noble Prophet Muhammad peace and blessings be upon him said anything begun without the name of God is devoid of blessing, and so I begin in the Name of God, Most Merciful, Most Beneficent. I send salutations of peace and blessings upon the honorable Prophet Muhammad and upon the people of his house and his companions and all the great sages and people of God.
Bismillahir Rahmanir Raheem. Alhamdulillah Rabbil Alami! Salam. Muhammad rahatal lil Alami. As-salamu alaikum wa rahmatullah wa barakatuh! I have chosen the subject of unity in diversity for this essay because tauhid, oneness or unity of Allah Al Ahad is the most important subject in Islam. Once people acknowledge the unity of Allah Al Ahad, they will easily accept unity in diversity.
Milad was awarded 3rd place for this essay in the Essay Competition.
Laila was awarded 3rd place in the essay competition for this essay.
“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere”. This quote, said by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. is one of my favorites. Dr. King is mainly known for leading the civil rights movement in the United States. He advocated nonviolent protests against racial discrimination and segregation. He wanted equality for all people and believed that resistance to non-violence was the only weapon to fight against inequality and injustice.