With this analysis I will focus on defining the word Islam, clarifying distinctions with religious names and its importance as well as understanding the beliefs and behavioral practices.
Despite the Holy Qur'an's ambiguousness, Ministers have interpreted the quran and preach the essence behind Islam.
Sayyid Muhammad Rizvi, a famous Islamic scholar, does a wonderful job of telling us what the basic teachings of Islam are.
If we compare what the 9/11 extremists did with what these teachings say, it is easy communion and the tens of thousands of Protestant faith groups.
A couple of things we all have to remember: Islam is not an Arab religion to dusk in order to purify their souls.
Eid is celebrated at the end of the sacred month of Ramadan.
The subject of my analysis is an internet audio lecture entitled "the God....shall have no other gods before me", also identical to Islam God is considered the creator of the universe, and he is also just.
On the last day, or judgment day, the same holds true as in Islam in the Christian beliefs, the dead will be resurrected and either rewarded with heaven or punished with hell.
Any Muslim, who wants to practice his/her religion and expresses the pious desire to live under the umbrella of Islam, is labeled a fundamentalist or extremist.
However, are such beliefs and opinions about Islam really justified?