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In 1999, Islamic art expert Wijdan Ali wrote a scholarly overview of the Muslim tradition of depicting Mohammed, which can be downloaded here in pdf format.In that essay, Ali demonstrates that the prohibition against depicting Mohammed did not arise until as late as the 16th or 17th century, despite the media’s recent false claims that it has always been forbidden for Muslims to draw Mohammed.

According to RAHS, a group of students surrounded their stall and removed the pineapple's name tag before the society was 'forced to leave the venue' accompanied by security, it was reported in the Huffington Post.

Last year, it was reported Muslim students, including trainee doctors on one of the university's medical courses began walking out of lectures on evolution claiming it conflicts with creationist ideas established in the Koran.

Seperti sebelumnya dialog ini masih bersambung dan tidak tahu sampai bila agaknya, wallahu a’lam.

Sehingga saya lihat tiada komen lagi di ruangan ini baru saya akan berhenti ataupun hingga akhir hayat kami insya Allah Sila jaga emosi anda dan diharap memberikan kerjasama agar tidak copy paste yang terlalu panjang hingga sukar untuk respon padanya. Topik ini adalah sambungan dari Sambungan topik ini di "Ajaklah ke jalan Tuhanmu dengan kebijaksanaan dan contoh pengajaran yang baik dan berdailoglah dengan mereka dengan cara yang lebih baik" Surah Al-Nahl : Ayat 125 ”Hai orang-orang yang beriman, jika kamu menolong (agama) Allah nescaya Dia akan menolongmu dan meneguhkan kedudukanmu.” Surah Muhammad : Ayat 7 Dunia ini penuh dengan KONSPIRASI JAHAT.

On this page are many examples of full-faced Mohammed portraits produced by Muslim artists across the centuries. Illustration showing Mohammed (on the right) preaching his final sermon to his earliest converts, on Mount Ararat near Mecca; taken from a medieval-era manuscript of the astronomical treatise The Remaining Signs of Past Centuries by the Persian scholar al-Biruni; currently housed in the collection of the Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris (Manuscrits Arabe 1489 fol. This scene was popular among medieval Islamic artists, and several nearly identical versions of this drawing (such as this one [shown in detail below] and this one) were made in the Middle Ages.

Another version of the previous drawing (almost exactly the same, but with minor differences) , this one taken from a 13th-century Persian manuscript (most likely a different edition of al-Biruni’s The Remaining Signs of Past Centuries) housed at the Edinburgh University Library, Scotland. The image shown above was censored by the French textbook company Belin Editions in 2005.

Hadith Riwayat Ibnu Majah "Itulah hukum-hukum Allah, Maka janganlah kamu melanggarnya.

Barangsiapa yang melanggar hukum-hukum Allah, mereka itulah orang-orang yang zalim." (Surah Al Baqarah : Ayat 229) “…….

Dan janganlah kamu menukar ayat-ayat-Ku dengan harga yang sedikit.

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