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islamicmassage “Intellect is a part of a good faith. Intellect is the light, the heart is the direction.” ― Tariq Ramadan

MUSASHIZD2011 Découvrez cette vidéo -- Tariq RAMADAN au sujet du 'Printemps Arabe http://t.co/ItGCJUsb via @youtube

MUSASHIZD2011 Tariq RAMADAN au sujet du 'Printemps Arabe http://t.co/xQDUeEaL

theblueberrypie RT @Fatou_Biramah: Découvrez cette vidéo -- Tariq ramadan vs De Villiers http://t.co/iELAAxz4 via @youtube

Fatou_Biramah Découvrez cette vidéo -- Tariq ramadan vs De Villiers http://t.co/iELAAxz4 via @youtube

preciousliberty Tariq Ramadan, whose US visa was revoked for connections to #Islamic #terrorism calls for #Muslim colonization of US http://t.co/d3Ek0tHJ

Toonssi91 Je viens de terminer le débat Tariq ramadan / Charb / Goldnadel chez amar (revu et corrigé). Le lien : http://t.co/6PFPA2sf (debut : 28m)

neftien +1 RT @Mira404 Donc Tariq Ramadan sort un livre sur les révolutions arabes, je crois que je vais le lire et ça sera mon premier. Cc @Naddo_O

bilalloumi @Mira404 @Naddo_O le nouveau livre de Tariq Ramadan: L’islam et le Réveil arabe sortira en librairie le 9 novembre 2011 http://t.co/tzo1MtM8

Mira404 Donc Tariq Ramadan sort un livre sur les révolutions arabes, je crois que je vais le lire et ça sera mon premier. Cc @Naddo_O

preciousliberty Tariq Ramadan Openly Calls for a #Muslim colonization of the U.S. - hmm, what to do .. http://t.co/d3Ek0tHJ #tcot #ocra #teaparty #icon #sgp

_HVR @LaCulasse @simondeb le reste du monde > tariq ramadan

shopnochari_ nice-- Tariq Ramadan at the Center for American Progress Popular Uprisings and ... http://t.co/9FAFI3sb via @youtube

PeterLaBarbera RT @preciousliberty: Tariq Ramadan Openly Calls for a #Muslim colonization of the U.S. - Atlas Shrugs http://t.co/d3Ek0tHJ #tcot #ocra #teaparty #icon #sgp #tlot

preciousliberty Tariq Ramadan Openly Calls for a #Muslim colonization of the U.S. - Atlas Shrugs http://t.co/d3Ek0tHJ #tcot #ocra #teaparty #icon #sgp #tlot


What are some other good books on the Prophet(PBUH)? by Clock Cleaner Q: These are the ones I know of: "In The Footsteps of The Prophet", by Tariq Ramadan "About Prophet Muhammad", by Dr. Ahmad H. Sakr "The Sealed Nectar", by (Darussalam) Safiur - Rahman Al Mubarakpuri Can anyone think of any other good ones?

A: Sirah Nabawiyah by Ibn Hisham

Ramadan: Can anyone list some Arabic names with good meanings? by . Q: So far I like Tariq and Amir. I also like Malachi and Isaiah, but I don't really like the Arabic versions, Maliq and Ish ee yah. Anyways, what are some nice Arabic names?

A: Muhammad: the most praised 'Abdullah: slave of Allah (after 'Abd you can add any of Allah's 99 names) Salaam: peace Zain: friend Sajid: one who prostrates Zafar: victory Mohsin: helper 'Umar: I don't know the meaning but he was the 2nd khalifah Uthman: 3rd khalifah We're also encouraged to name boys after the Prophets, so that gives you about 25 more choices Amina: trustworthy Mariam: one of the greatest women to ever live Asiyah: another on of the greatest women Huda: guidance Salma: peaceful; healthy; safe Ruquayyah: gentle A'aishah: life Hakimah: wise Sabriyah/Sabira: patient Iman: faith Shaista: polite, courteous Sumayya: pure Hope this helps. Assalamu Alaikum :)

Ramadan: How would you respond to the well known argument surrounding verses 86:5-7 from Surah At-Tariq? by ♥"Prema"♥ Q: This is Pickthalls translation: So let man consider from what he is created. He is created from a gushing fluid that issued from between the loins and ribs. Transliteration: Falyanthuri al-insanu mimma khuliqa Khuliqa min ma-in dafiqin Yakhruju min bayni alssulbi waalttara-ibi Qur'an 86:5-7 I have seen many here who I think should become apologists or scholars ! :-) I would appreciate it if you would review this article to make the response good http://www.wikiislam.com/wiki/Quran_and_Semen_Production_(Quran_86-7)#Dr._Zakir_Naik The article contains the arguments of various scholars to defend the verse but they were refuted I know there is someone here who can answer the question ;-) Simple Truth Yes please continue with you answer Olaf Svensson Well apparently the knowledgeable users are asleep during this hour I have seen knowledgeable users here And by the way check the answer which was given by "This is not a dating site"

A: The people who can probably answer this are sleeping or not here. Users like Rosy Pearl, Abdulmalik, Susan, Ibn Saba may have the answer.. But i would just like to say wikipedia is a site that is edited by anyone so i wouldnt take it as a reliable source. I dont really understand what your question is soo i cant really say anything. Edit: this is the whole of the surah: In the name of Allah the most gracious the most merciful 1. By the heaven, and At-Tariq (the night-comer, i.e. the bright star); 2. And what will make you to know what At-Tariq (night-comer) is? 3. (It is) the star of piercing brightness; 4. There is no human being but has a protector over him (or her) (i.e. angels incharge of each human being guarding him, writing his good and bad deeds, etc.) 5. So let man see from what he is created! 6. He is created from a water gushing forth 7. Proceeding from between the back-bone and the ribs, 8. Verily, (Allah) is Able to bring him back (to life)! 9. The Day when all the secrets (deeds, prayers, fasting, etc.) will be examined (as to their truth). 10. Then will (man) have no power, nor any helper. 11. By the sky (having rain clouds) which gives rain, again and again. 12. And the earth which splits (with the growth of trees and plants), 13. Verily! This (the Qur'an) is the Word that separates (the truth from falsehood, and commands strict legal laws for mankind to cut the roots of evil). 14. And it is not a thing for amusement. 15. Verily, they are but plotting a plot (against you O Muhammad ()). 16. And I (too) am planning a plan. 17. So give a respite to the disbelievers. Deal you gently with them for a while.

Ramadan, do you see the Western influence having either a positive or negative effect...? by William Ibrahim Q: on the practice of Islam both in the West and worldwide? If you will, what aspects of the Western influence do you views as being positive and which do you view as being negative? Shukran for all Intelligent, thoughtful and respectful answers that address this topic, which has been inspired by some of the published thoughts of Tariq Ramadan. As salaamu 'alaykum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh. Insha'Allah, may we all be rightly guided. Insha'Allah, Tariq Ramadan is one of the leading islamic scholars in the West, residing in Switzerland. He is a teaching professor and an active writer. Alhamdulillah! @ Tom Knight: Do you read the Holy Qur'an in Arabic or are you simply reading selcted ayats from selected surats, taking such completely out of context in an effort to distort the teachings of the Holy Qur'an and so defame Islam? @ Katy: Are you a Muslim? @ I'll Shoot U: Whether the West is needed or not it is here to stay and we can either choose to live in the world together for the mutual benefit of all or we can choose to destroy the world, tearing it apart for the benefit of no one. @a. Kolath: dDes one need to be Arabic so as to submit to Allah, Subhanna wa Ta'ala? Does God only speak one language of humanity or, as the Creator of all that exist, does God know and understand all being well able to communicate with all in all times, circumstances and places? Alhamdulillah! @ Kareem: The Golden Age of Islam and the fall of the Ottoman empire was as much the fault of the divided Muslims societies of the time as it was of the West. The present day Muslims societies and nations are doing nothing to advance the peoples of the same, which is especially true in the Middle East where Muslims should be leading the world in renewable solar energy technology and in terraforming their lands. All I keep seeing is the Westernization of Mecca and wasteful building projects by rich sultans and emirs who build islands and golf course, buy billion dollar air planes, etc.

A: AslaamuAlaikum, Honestly I see it quite holistically. To be honest, it has postives for example you can give dawah 2 non-muslims, your imaan increases when you see how Allah has bestowed faith to you, you get tested more in the west and Allah gives you rewards. There are many people who have an bad interpretation of Islam, so by being a muslim you can show them what Islam really is about through action and speech. However there are negatives for example in the west, you get influenced, peer pressure, some people are anti-islamic, sometimes your imaan decreases because of the influences, you have to be patient, sometimes people mock Islam and your deen. The list goes on: I am in London because it is my home town and the country I was born in. As I practise now, it is hard and it is a struggle, but the thing is, we must stay patient whilst living in the west.

Ramadan Sect - What do you think of? by Priya for فلسطين‎ Q: Tariq Ramadan? He is one of the very very few men I greatly respect. He is a great Muslim, masha'Allah, but still knows how to mix in a western society without breaking any rules. Where can I get a duplicate that's half his age? I don't care. In this world, there's always one Muslim that will declare another a kaffir. He is an academic, poet and writer. He is also a Professor of Contemporary Islamic Studies in the Faculty of Oriental Studies at Oxford University. He advocates the study and re-interpretation of Islamic texts, and emphasizes the heterogeneous nature of Western Muslims. ARE YOU FLIPPING KIDDING ME? THEY EVEN PUBLISHED A BOOK ON HIM BEING A KAFFIR? This is why I hate so many Muslims. Boo to many of you. The way he talks...it's so amazing...if only I had somebody like that around me. Hate is on: How dare you use my name? REMOVE MY NAME RIGHT NOW.

A: ^ Get rid of their names, stop it now

Is Tariq Ramadan practicing taqqiya, he acts peaceful in one side but in interviews he gives another? by Al baqarah Q: he said these things, but on tv in front of disbeleivers and muslims he acts different. why are muslims scared to say the truth ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ The doctrinal position of the salafi literalist and their groups in the West, which are in constant communication with scholars based primarily in Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Egypt, or Syria (mostly through former students of their respective educational institutions), refuses any kind of involvement in a space that is considered non-Islamic. The concepts of dar al-kufr and dar al-harb36 are still operational and continue to explain the relationship of the salafis with the social environment, which is characterized primarily by isolation and by a literally applied religious practice protected from Western cultural influences.[7] ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ [Political literalist Salafism] is trenchant, politicized, radical, and opposed to any idea of involvement or collaboration with Western societies, which is seen as akin to open treason. The Hizb al-Tahrir and Al-Muhajirun movements are the best known in Europe, and they call for jihad and opposition to the West (always considered as dar al-harb, the realm of war) by all means

A: "He speaks with forked tongue."

Do you know Tariq Ramadan? by John D compte suspendu Q: He is a controversial islamic teacher in Oxford University!

A: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tariq_Ramadan

Freedom of Speech.... Tariq Ramadan (who support Shariah) or Robert Redeker...? by Vayu W Q: http://www.washingtontimes.com/op-ed/dwest.htm Diana West just wrote another very intersting editorial with a powerful lucid understanding of the issues we are facine. Some media want to defend certain preachers under the guise of Free speech. Yet then again stay silent when one is actually truly expressing the voice of Free Speach (Robert Redeker) Ramadan is preaching and encouraging double standard, supports indirect censorship and laws that discriminate rather than support equalities... Redeker demands Freedom of Speach, of thought and religion, equlity and human rights.... What is the problem with the press especially the one who is suppose to defend progressive values and freedom ??

A: Didn't you notice? we lost freedom of speach?

Why do peoples keep criticizing Tarik Ramadan? by Wilhelm Q: I've been interesting myself to the kind of debates that deals with religions, Christianity, Islam, etc lately. A person I've often read and seen in video is Tariq Ramadan, who appears to be very smart and very much for an open and tolerant Islam. Yet he keeps being criticized and accused of doing double-meaning speeches and the like... Why? What is the truth?

A: I do not know much about him but I do know people will always slander those are actually support those that they are against http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K4JJHirQo6E Tarik Ramadan is the man in this video - absolutely flawless ~~

What are Tariq Ramadan's contribututions? by Nightcore Q: All I know is that he published a few books but I don't get what did he REALLY do to help?

A: He has generated hatred, intolerance, dissention - that's all he preaches, hatred of all those who do not share his beliefs.

Riz Khan - Tariq Ramadan Tariq Ramadan : Changing bin Laden stories 'bizarre' A Conversation with Tariq Ramadan Christopher Hitchens and Tariq Ramadan Debate: Is Islam a Religion of Peace? TARIQ RAMADAN VS ZEMMOUR Conversations with History - Tariq Ramadan Tariq Ramadan vs Askolovitch ! Part 1 Tariq Ramadan - The Western Muslim (1/3) Riz Khan - Tariq Ramadan and Slavoj Zizek on the future of Egyptian politics Tariq Ramadan vs Oskar Freysinger ! Part 1 American Muslims: Faith & Citizenship - Dr. Tariq Ramadan PART I Tariq Ramadan _ The best of (1) Tariq Ramadan clash Itélé sur la mort de BenLaden (english subtitles) Tariq Ramadan Praying for Vengeance on Allah's Enemies Turmoil in the Arab world - Tariq Ramadan Professor Tariq Ramadan Addresses ICNA Tariq Ramadan - The Quest for Meaning Tariq Ramadan @ ISNA 2010 [Part 1/3] Tariq Ramadan & Slavoj Zizek over Egypte (@Aljazeera) 1/2 Rethinking Islamic Reform: Hamza Yusuf & Tariq Ramadan Tariq Ramadan _ The best of (2) 'Critical Issues: The Headscarf?' - Professor Tariq Ramadan RIS Canada 2010 Trailer - Tariq Ramadan - Amr Khaled - Hamza Yusuf Tariq Ramadan @ ISNA 2010 [Part 3/3] Tariq Ramadan-What I Believe.mp4 Tariq ramadan vs De Villiers Banning the Burqa - Debate with Tariq Ramadan 1/5 Tariq Ramadan clash Jean François Copé Tariq Ramadan _ Le syndrome de Zidane Slavoj Zizek and Tariq Ramadan on Al Jazeera Tariq Ramadan at the 2nd Global Conference on World's Religions after September 11 Part 1 4 Banning the Burqa - Debate with Tariq Ramadan 3/5 Rethinking Islamic Reform with Hamza Yusuf and Tariq Ramadan Tariq Ramadan clash Itélé sur la mort de BenLaden english subtitles Tariq Ramadan _ La domination (1/6) RIS Canada 2010 Trailer - Tariq Ramadan - Amr Khaled - Hamza Yusuf Tariq Ramadan & Slavoj Zizek over Egypte (@Aljazeera) 1/2 Spirit of RIS 2011 - Amr Khaled, Tariq Ramadan, Hamza Yusuf, Habib Ali and Zaid Shakir Douglas Murray Takes Apart Tariq Ramadan Newsnight 19July2010 - The Niqab Debate in Britain Tariq Ramadan at PEN American Center - Secularism, Islam, and Democracy Tariq Ramadan on Egypt, Islam & the West | KCTS 9 CONNECTS Tariq Ramadan Alain Soral fan de Tariq Ramadan Tariq Ramadan sur Karl Zero sur BFM Banning the Burqa - Debate with Tariq Ramadan 4/5 Tariq Ramadan In Conversation with Abbas Milani at the World Affairs Council of Northern California Aaronovitch Takes on Cultural Relativism and Tariq Ramadan Tariq Ramadan & Council for Social Justice Part 1 Tariq Ramadan at Radical Middle Way - Living as muslim in the 21 century 1 3
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