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Islam: A Mercy to Humanity - By Jamal Badawi

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Published on Jun 5, 2011

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A simple and structured presentation about Islam suited for non-Muslims. After defining Islam and its objective, Jamal Badawi outlines four main reasons why Islam can be considered a mercy to humanity: 1) Its divine origin, 2) Its universality, 3) Its balanced comprehensiveness, 4) Its contribution to civilization in the areas of science, medicine and mathematics. This university lecture is then followed by an extensive question and answer session that covers these topics: the hadith about fighting people until they believe, the authenticity of the Qur'an, the possibility of pre-human intelligent life on Earth, the media's attitude towards Muslims, can Muslims eat non-zabihah meat, astrological exploration and discoveries, the purpose of interfaith dialogue and how Prophet Muhammad (P) dealt with it, the big bang and evolution, God's mercy and forgiveness, whether or not People of the Book include Christians who believe in the trinity, terrorism and extremism, how to recapture the "Golden Age of Islam", the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, extraterrestrial life, is Arabic a dead language, is listening to music prohibited, recommendations for youth faced with temptation, the influence of TV, the sun rising in the West, and the question of homosexuality as an inherited trait. (Duration: 1 hour, 39 min)

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