HSC Islam Education 2nd Paper 6th Chapter Note
HSC Islam Education 2nd Paper 6th Chapter Note. Basic Prayer. This prayer guide is a step by step guide to learning to pray. The Muslim prayers are a form of worship which establishes the link between man and his Creator whom we call Allah in Arabic. Through Salah (prayer) a person communes with his Lord, the Creator and the Sustainer of the Universe.
At least five times a day Muslims all over the world face the direction of the first house built for the worship of The One God (Allah) and pray the five daily prayers enjoined on every sane adult Muslim male and female. This house is called the Kabah. It is located in the Holy city of Makkah in present-day Saudi Arabia. We do not worship the kabah. We simply worship God while facing the Kabah.
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HSC Islam Education 2nd Paper 6th Chapter Note. Basic Prayer
Logic was studied in several ancient civilizations, including India, China, Persia, and Greece. This issue goes back to the basic difference between the Islamic and Christian view of knowledge. In Christianity, the Bible relates the fall of man to the sin of stealing the fruit from the tree of knowledge; whereas, in Islam, the Quran describes knowledge as the basis on which the man was given preference over the angels. Even historically, the Christian church is full of stories about its Inquisitors who censored the works of science and also tortured the scientists if the views were contrary to what the Bible said.
In Muslim history, no such institutionalized censorship or suppression of scientists can be found. In the Muslim world, you find the harmonious combination of the two types of knowledge. For example, in the person of Ibn Sina, you had someone who had written al-Isharat on philosophy and metaphysics, and also al-Qanun fit-Tibb on medicine, a book whose Latin translation was used as a text in western universities till two centuries ago! This dissection between the religious and secular sciences is the root of all the problems in the area of education for Muslims worldwide.
The greatest challenge for the Muslims of the twenty-first century is the issue of the bringing together of the two sciences, religious and secular, in such a way that knowledge brings people closer to God and gives meaning to the life on this earth. This is not impossible because historically the Muslims have done that in the past. Right from the days of Imam Muhammad al- Baqir (a.s.) till the downfall of the Muslim empire. We had Imam Muhammad al-Baqir (a.s) who taught theology to Hisham bin Hakam, Ahadith to Zurarah bin A’yan, and science to Jabir bin Hayyan. In our Imams, we see the example of a single source for religious as well as secular sciences.
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