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  1. Welcome to Yemen • It is our pleasure to be with you today. • Thank you for your human mission. • Thousands of patients have been relieved by the will of Allah through your effort.

  2. المركز الثقافي لدعوة الجاليات The Cultural Center for Foreigners' Call Holds a Lecture under the Title: Our Culture By Dr. Manea Al-hazmi Director of The Cultural Center for Foreigners' Call

  3. How to become closer from Yemenis? • By knowing their Islamic culture and traditions. • It is also a good chance to know Islam from its natural source and not from the western media with a distorted and negative view of Islam and Muslims.

  4. What Is the Truth about Islam? • What does Islam mean? Islam means total submission to Allah (God) in all aspects of life with no objection. The Qura’n states: "Say (O Muhammad the Prophet of Islam) my prayer, my sacrifice, my living and my dying are for Allah, the Lord of mankind, jinn and all that exists "Qura’n 6: 162. Islam was not named after a person nor was it named after a tribe. Islam is the universal religion for all mankind from Adam until the Day of Judgment.

  5. All Prophets of Allah Came to Call People to Islam (Submission) • All Prophets of Allah came to call people to Islam (to submit to Allah who created them). The prophet Muhammad said ((The prophets are brothers and their religion is one)). • Also all Prophets admitted that they are Muslims because they had full submission to Allah.

  6. The Qura’n Stressed the Prophet’s Submission to Allah through Abraham and his Sons • “And this (submission to Allâh, Islâm) was enjoined by Ibrâhim (Abraham) upon his sons and by Ya'qûb (Jacob), (saying), "O my sons! Allâh has chosen for you the (true) religion, then die not except in submission to Allah (as Muslims - Islâmic Monotheism" Qura’n 2:132.

  7. The Qura’n Stressed the Prophet’s Submission to Allah through Jesus and his Disciples “ But when Jesus felt) persistence) in disbelief from them, he said, “who are my supporters for (the cause of) Allah?” The disciples said we are supporters for Allah. We have believed in Allah and testify that we are Muslims (submitting to Him)” Qura’n:3:52

  8. Islam the Universal Religion • Islam is not a new religion brought by Muhammad to Arabs only; rather it is the true religion of Allah for all mankind from Adam until the end of this world re-expressed in its final form through the message of the Qura’n and the Prophethood of Muhammad.

  9. What Is the First Message of Islam? • Monotheism is to believe that Allah is the only Lord for the whole universe and to believe that none has the right to be worshipped but He and to believe in His names and attributes. • Monotheism is the first message conveyed to people by all prophets. The Qura’n states: “For We assuredly sent amongst every people a prophet saying worship Allah and avoid false gods”. In order to attain Paradise and avoid Hell Fire a person has to achieve Monotheism in his life and to come with it at death.

  10. Moses Confirmed Monotheism • Deuteronomy: 4/35 says: “you were shown these things so that you might know that the LORD is God; besides him there is no other.” • Deuteronomy: 6/4 says: “Hear, O Israel: The LORD our God, the LORD is one.”

  11. Jesus Confirmed Monotheism • Mark: 12/28-32 reported that one of the teachers of law asked Jesus "of all the commandments, which is the most important?” The most important one, answered Jesus, "is this: 'Hear, O Israel the Lord our God, the Lord is one…well said, teacher, the man replied. "You are right in saying that God is one and there is no other but Him.”

  12. Muhammad the Prophet of Mercy • During his prophethood, Muhammad was the school of life to learn all means of righteousness and happiness in this world and he was the light in the way leading to Paradise in the hereafter. Allah described him in Qura’n: • “We have not sent you (Muhammad) except as a mercy to the world” Qura’n 21:107.

  13. Non-Muslims Verdict on Muhammad • Michael H. Hart. The 100 A Ranking of the Most Influential Persons in History. • Michael H. Hart ranked Muhammad No.1 in his book (The 100 A Ranking of the Most Influential Persons in History). • He justified this by saying “… he was the only man in history who was supremely successful on both the religious and secular levels…… It is the unparalleled combination of secular and religious influence which I feel entitles Muhummed to be considered the most influential single figure in history"

  14. Non-Muslims Verdict on Muhammad • Prof. K.S. Ramakrishan Rao. Professor of Philosophy (Emeritus Univestiy of Mysore, India) : • “After the fall of Mecca more than one million square miles of land lay at his feet. Muhammad mended his own shoes and coarse woolen garments, milked the goats, swept the hearth, kindled the fire and attended to other menial offices of the family. The entire town of Madina, where he lived, grew wealthy in the later days of his life. Everywhere there was gold and silver in plenty and yet in those days of prosperity many weeks would elapse without a fire being kindled in the hearth of Muhammad, his food being dates and water. His family would go hungry many nights successively because they could not get anything to eat in the evening.

  15. Non-Muslims Verdict on Muhammad • He slept not on soft bed but on a palm mat after a long busy day, to spend most of his night in prayer, often bursting with tears before his creator to grant him strength to discharge his duties. As the reports go, his voice would get choked due to weeping and it would appear as if a cooking pot was on fire and boiling had commenced. On the day of his death his only assets were a few coins, a part of which went to satisfy a debts and the rest was given to a needy person who came to his house for charity. The clothes in which he breathed his last had many patches. The house from where light had spread to the world was in darkness because there was no oil in the lamp.”