Saturday, 19 October 2019   

Welcome to Jesus, or more appropriately Eesaa (عيسى, also Yesua, Esau), the son of Mary, peace be upon him, was no more than a Prophet in a long line of prophets who called to pure monotheism [singling out Allaah (al-ilaah, elohim) in worship and shunning worship of everything and anything besides Him] and Eesaa was sent to the Banee Israa'eel (Children of Israel) to abide by the Torah. Muslims believe that Eesaa came to be through the word of Allaah, that he was of miraculous birth, that he was raised up unto Allaah and will return in the end times to proclaim the message of Islam as left by the final Messenger, Muhammad (prayers and peace be upon him). Muslims are the true followers of Jesus today. They abide by his monotheistic teachings, they worship like Eesaa (and the Prophets of Banee Isra'eel) and they resemble Eesaa in their appearance and dress. To the right is the minaret of the Umayyad Mosque in Damascus, Syria, in whose proximity Eesaa will descend near to the approach of the final Hour.

The Muslim Preservation of the Language of Jesus (Aramaic) Is Superior to That of the Christians
In the following clip from a 2008 Australian documentary, a community in a Syrian village is mentioned. The inhabitants are 50% Muslim and 50% Christian and they all speak Aramaic, though the Muslims are superior in its understanding and preservation. This is because it is only through Arabic that other ... Read more »

Jesus in Islam, Christianity and the Judaic Talmud
Jesus in Islām, Christianity and the Judaic Talmud Jesus Son of Mary is from a line of Israelite Prophets sent to the Jews to proclaim the message of monotheism and to affirm and purify the law of Moses. The word split between the Jews who rejected and denigrated Jesus who had challenged ... Read more »

A Message to Christian Nations: Why Are They Turning to Islam?
A Message to Christian Nations: Why Are They Turning to Islam? Educated, intelligent Christian men and women are accepting the Islām of Noah, Abraham, Moses, Jesus and Muḥammad (peace be upon them all) after recognizing and verifying that Christ's true and original message was fused ... Read more »

Jesus Is the Messenger, the Word and the Spirit of Allaah, the Exalted
Allaah (al-Ilaah, Eloh-im), the Sublime and Exalted, said in his final revelation to mankind, establishing the truth about Jesus, the Messenger (peace be upon him): يَا أَهْلَ الْكِتَابِ ... Read more »

Jesus Was Not Too Proud to Be a Humble Servant and Worshipper of Allaah
Allaah (al-Ilah, Eloh-im) stated in his last and final revelation, the Qur'an: لَن يَسْتَنكِفَ الْمَسِيحُ أَن يَكُونَ ... Read more »

The Utmost Chastity of Maryam, Mother of Jesus
The Qur'an uses expressions to indicate the lofty virtues and utmost heights of the chastity of Maryam (peace be upon her), indicating the great status she holds amongst mankind. Allaah, the Exalted said: وَالَّتِي أَحْصَنَتْ ... Read more »

Why Was Mary Referred to as 'Sister of Aaron' When She Brought the Baby Jesus to Her People?
When Maryam (peace be upon her) delivered Jesus and brought him to her people, they spoke in astonishment, making great this matter and declaring to her that her parents were not impious people. Here is the Qur'anic account: فَأَتَتْ بِهِ ... Read more »

A Broad Summary of the Status of Jesus Son of Mary in the Qur'an
In this article we present a short, concise overview of what the Qur'an says about Jesus (Eesaa), son of Mary (Maryam). These broad matters will be addressed in more detail in other articles inshaa'Allaah. Jesus (Yesua, Esau) is a prophet and messenger of Allaah (al-ilaah, elohim), the sole ... Read more »

The Messiah Jesus Was No More Than a Messenger
Allaah, the Sublime and Exalted, stated in the Qur'an: مَّا الْمَسِيحُ ابْنُ مَرْيَمَ إِلاَّ رَسُولٌ ... Read more »

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