Drawing the prophet -1In the name of Allah [The God], the Most Gracious, The Most Merciful,Drawing the prophet -1 by Nayzak-Studio
first, let me say that Islamic law only applies to Muslims. when the God almighty commands us to do or avoid something, like "perform prayers", give charity", or "don't drink alcohol", "don't eat pork", "don't gamble", He is addressing those who follow Islam as their path of life. as for those who disbelieve in the God almighty and his messenger (or don't know about Islam), they are considered out of Islam and are not bound to follow Islamic law except in the case where they reside in a country following the Islamic law (in which case they are bound to follow certain laws related to non-Muslims living in an Islamic country).
Drawing the prophet?
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Islam is a strictly monotheistic religion. it stands against all kinds of Idolatry and anything that may lead to idolatrous practices. In our scripture, we have no physical description of the appearance of the God almighty exce
In the name of Allah[The God] The most Gracious, The Most Merciful,
Greetings of peace to all of you my visitors. whether you are Muslim, Christian, Jewish, Buddhist, Hindu, Pagan, Atheist, Agnostic, humanist... brothers and sisters in humanity, you are all welcome to my humble gallery. WELCOME WITH PEACE, BE IN PEACE, LEAVE IN PEACE. But I do hope you enjoy your time here and maybe learn a couple of new beneficial things.
if your coming here is for the purpose of attacking my faith, then please do me a favor and leave in peace. if you want to vilify Islam, please do so in your own page. my page is not for people to spread their hate for religion.
IF I DON'T KNOW YOU THEN PLEASE DO NOT POST ANY LINKS IN MY PAGE
There is no compulsion for man to accept truth. But it is certainly a shame upon the human intellect when man is not even interested in finding out what the truth is. Islam teaches that God has given us the FACULTY OF REASON and therefore expects man to reason things out objectively and systematically for ourselves - to reflect and to question and to reflect.
Nobody should press you to make a hasty decision to accept the teachings of Islam, for Islam teaches that man should be given the freedom to choose. Even when a man is faced with the truth, there is no compulsion upon man to embrace it.
But before you begin to form an opinion about Islam, ask yourself, whether your existing knowledge of Islam is thorough enough. Ask yourself whether that knowledge has been obtained through non-muslim third party sources who themselves have probably been exposed to only random glimpses of Islamic writings and have yet to reason on Islam objectively and systematically themselves.