Islamic point of view on halloween

Mar 27, 2007 Subscribe to our NEW CHANNEL: The Islam On Demand iPhone App: Visit our website: http: XVideos. com the best free porn videos on internet, 100 free. Oct 31, 2007 The Islamic Perspective. Iman (faith) is the foundation of Islamic society, and tauheed (the belief in the existence and Oneness of Allah) is the essence of this faith and the very core of Islam.

The safeguarding of this iman, and of this pure tauheed, is the primary objective of all Islamic teachings and legislation. ISLAMIC PERSPECTIVE. In Islam any practice which does not have its origins in Divine Scripture and The Sunnah is totally prohibited. This applies to many Pagan practices such as Halloween, Valentines Day etc. Virtually all Halloween traditions are based either in ancient pagan culture, or in Christianity. Was it of pagan origins or is there something more behind Halloween history?

How should Christians view this day in general? To understand these questions further, we need to go back to the roots of Halloween. At this point, Catholics began their stage of proclaiming saints in a threestep procedure: Venerable, Blessed, and then a Saint Halloween: 10 Tips for Muslim parents The following article was compiled by Iesa Galloway for the Islamic Society of Greater Houston s ENewsletter.

It draws heavily from content originally written by other authors for SoundVision. com and by blogger Nesima Aberra (links below). Virtually all Halloween traditions are based either in ancient pagan culture or in Christianity. From an Islamic point of view, they all are forms of idolatry (shirk). As Muslims, our celebrations should be ones that honor and uphold our faith and beliefs. Conservative Christians generally have a very negative view of Halloween, and are very concerned with its growing popularity in North America.

or demons, or evil spirits. They look upon the concept of Satan as being largely a Christian, Islamic, Jewish, and Zoroastrian concept that is unrelated to the beliefs and practices of other religions. How can the answer be improved? Iman (faith) is the foundation of Islamic society, and tauheed (the belief in the existence and Oneness of Allah) is the essence of this faith and the very core of Islam.

The safeguarding of this iman, and of this pure tauheed, is the primary objective of all Islamic teachings and legislation.

A Muslim at Halloween I'm no fanatic, but Islam is strictly monotheisticand, for me, any holiday having to do with worshipping other gods is wrong. Halloween is upon us, and scores of children dressed up as everything imaginable will soon hit the streets, going doortodoor for candy. Oct 24, 2010 An original child rhyme explaining the history of Halloween



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