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1. Hard Times Force Modifications of Muslim Holiday Traditions
September 11, 2016

Muslims around the world are celebrating Eid al-Adha, or the Feast of Sacrifice, which takes place at the end of the Hajj, an annual Islamic pilgrimage to Mecca. In some places, the holiday this year is observed on Monday, in others on Tuesday. The holiday marks Ibrahim's (Abraham's) willingness to sacrifice his only son, Ishmael, to God, and God's gift of a ram as a substitute. Zlatica Hoke reports that hard times are forcing some Muslims to modify their traditions.... (read more)

2. Should America Fear Islam?
November 12, 2013

Dear Ms. A.: I often watch Meet the Press, but this morning NBC has gone crazy for golf, so I tuned into This Week, and found your special edition about Islam. Franklin Graham is not the worst person you could get as a panelist. The son of the very respected Billy Graham, Franklin is probably a fairly good preacher in his own right. Unfortunately, I don't think he nor his dad are "full gospel" or "Pentecostal." In other words, with the signs following of Mark chapt. 16. A Christian can get to heaven without that, but will do much better with the Baptism of the Holy Ghost wi... (read more)

Author: Frederick Hoehn

3. Sibling Rivalry .. 10/20/2013 Sunday School Lesson
October 15, 2013

Genesis/Bereshith . Hebrews 11 . Beer-sheba . Paran . Abraham . Issac . Ishmael . Pray (Global peace for all peoples of faith & Christian Arabs) . angel of God . Eliezer . Damascus . Hagar . Sarah . Beer-la-hai-roi . Kadesh . Moriah . Jehovah-jireh . Abimelech . Gerar . Ahuzzath . Faith . Sunday School Lesson The Sunday School Lesson is shared from Genesis/Bereshith 21:13-14,17-21; 26:2-56,12-13 (Devotional Reading: Hebrews 11:17-22; Background Scripture: Genesis/Bereshith 15:1-6; 16; 17:1-14,18,20-27; 21:9-21; 26:1-25). Genesis 21:12b-13 ... In all that Sarah hath said unto thee, h... (read more)

Author: Angela Watkins

4. 2007 ... Abraham & Hagar Have a Son Ishmael .. Sunday School Lesson
October 08, 2013

One of my 2007 Writings.... What season are we in?...And the LORD said, I have surely seen the affliction of my people which are in Egypt, and have heard their cry by reason of their taskmasters; for I know their sorrows. GOD has a plan....GOD Is In Total Control. God keeps HIS promises. God is All Powerful, HE Knows All Things, Sees ALL Things. 9-23-07 Sunday School Lesson: Genesis 21:9-21 Sharing my sunday school notes (Read Genesis 21:9-21) 9-30-07 Lesson (Next Week) "Issac & Rebekah" Genesis 24:34-40, 42-45, 48 Genesis 21:12-13 "God said unto Abraham....... (read more)

Author: Angela Watkins

5. 2013 .. A Promise Kept .. 10/13/2013 Sunday School Lesson
October 08, 2013

Sarai/Sarah . Issac - promise . Haran . Hagar . Ishmael . Pray for all that we may lead a peaceable life . Pray for Christian Arabs . Canaan . Abraham . Kirjath-arba . Heth . Genesis/Bereshith . Isaiah 51 . Sunday School Lesson The Sunday School Lesson is shared from Genesis 17:15-17; 18:9-15; 21:1-7 (Devotional Reading: Isaiah 51:1-6; Background Scripture: Genesis 17:15-17; 18:9-15; 21:1-7). In order to gain a good understanding of this lesson, you will need to read/study the Daily Home Bible Readings that go with this lesson at the end of this article. ... My study came from two differ... (read more)

Author: Angela Watkins

6. Qurbani Islamic Festival Of Animal Sacrifice
March 21, 2013

Eid-al-Adha is the second most important festival in Islamic history and is usually celebrated in the last month of the Islamic calendar which is 10th, 11th or 12th. The main purpose of celebrating this festival is to honor the sacrifice by Prophet Ibrahim of his son Ishmael as a sign of respect and obedience to God. In order to show respect to this act of bravery, Muslims across the globe sacrifice an animal like goat, cow, sheep or camel on Eid-al-Adha. This sacrifice of the animal to honor the prophet is called qurbani in the Islamic world. The animal used for Qurbani has to meet a fe... (read more)

Author: Natalya Eliana

7. Eid-ul-Adha (Feast Of Sacrifice) - Take Part in the Celebrations
October 04, 2012

Eid-ul-Adha, also known as the ‘Feast of Sacrifice’, is an important festival celebrated by Muslims throughout the world. It is also called the Greater Eid (eid being the Arab word for festival). The festival commemorates the devotion of Ibrahim (Abraham) to God and his willingness to offer his only son, Isma’el (Ishmael) as a sacrifice. The festival falls on Dhu al-Hajjah, the twelfth and final month of the Islamic calendar. As the exact date is determined using moon sightings the festival date changes from year to year. However, it generally falls between the tenth and twelfth day of the mon... (read more)

Author: Pushpitha Wijesinghe

September 14, 2012

Romans 3:30 Since God … will justify the circumcised by faith and the uncircumcised through faith. Hashem told Abraham to circumcise his boys: Isaac and Ishmael. Isaac was circumcised at eight days, and Ishmael at thirteen years old. Later Hashem instituted that all the Children of Jacob should be circumcised at eight days; the children of Ishmael who united with the Children of Esau to make the Arab nations still circumcise their children at thirteen years old. Circumcision is an outward sign of an inward reality. It serves as a branding in the flesh so people know we have a Master... (read more)

Author: Patrick Lumbroso

9. Former Child Soldier Helping War-Affected Children in Africa
August 28, 2012

JOHANNESBURG — Ishmael Beah had been orphaned and was fleeing war in his native Sierra Leone when he went to a military base seeking safety.  Instead, soldiers gave the teenager a weapon and forced him to serve in one of Africa's most brutal conflicts.  Nearly two decades later, the soft-spoken author works with African child soldiers as the United Nations Childrens Fund's (UNICEF) first Advocate for Children Affected by War. Ishmael Beah never wanted to be a killer, he just wanted to escape the war that tore apart Sierra Leone in the mid-1990s, that filled riv... (read more)

10. Malawi's Muslim Artists Experiment with New Sound
July 27, 2012

Among the artists who have taken the country’s Islamic song industry by storm are Ishmael Katawala, Ahmed Pilo and Ishmael Mtenje. Mtenje’s popularity is owed to his hit R&B tune ‘Ka Hijab’ – which is sung in the local language, Chichewa.   The song depicts a young man who wants a wife who will always wear the Islamic headscarf, the Hijab. The singer fuses rap with his lyrics, describing the beauty of his dream girl. Malawi’s only Islamic radio station banned the song after it was played for a few days.  It also excludes musical ... (read more)

July 24, 2012

John 13:20 Truly, truly, I say to you, whoever receives the one I send receives me, and whoever receives me receives the one who sent me. When Moses starts his preamble to Deuteronomy, he speaks of the northern arc of the Euphrates in Lebanon that would form the Northern border of Israel as 'The Great River'. Why 'Great'? The Nile is far greater. The Euphrates is even mentioned last when listed in Genesis 2. The question is valid. Not only is the Creator familiar with the geography of His own creation, but so was Moses who in is former days campaigned for Pharaoh. In the eyes of Go... (read more)

Author: Patrick Lumbroso

12. Excellent Chance to Grow your Investment at Yonge and Eglinton
July 16, 2012

New residential opportunities are imminent for Midtown Toronto. Yonge and Eglinton is considered a trendy Toronto neighbourhood and it regularly attracts new residents and visitors. The north-east corner of Yonge and Eglinton will soon be home to E Condos, located at 8 Eglinton Ave. Yonge and Eglinton is frequently sought out by young professionals who want to live somewhere that can offer them a combination of restaurants, culture, entertainment and life-style, as well as access to essentials, such as a grocery store. The 8 Eglinton E Condos development will be made up of two towers. Th... (read more)

Author: Weiland Ishmael

13. Become James Bond For a Day in Times Square
July 10, 2012

Discovery Times Square advertises itself as ‘more than a museum,’ and their new ‘Spy: The The Secret World of Espionage’ interactive show certainly lives up to that billing. Opened in May 2012, the exhibition offers a first-ever glimpse of treasures from the collection of H. Keith Mellon. An international authority on spy technology, Mellon is a renowned author and historian, and in liaison with Discoery Times Square offers up a trove of material collected over the years from the CIA and FBI. Its a great way to spend the day for visitors looking for things to do in New York. And for... (read more)

Author: Ishmael Miller

14. The Whitney Biennal 2012
April 23, 2012

The Whitney Museum of American Art’s Biennal of 2012 is running from March 1st until May 27th this year. Located in the iconic Marcel Breur building on Madison Avenue in Manhattan’s Upper East Side, it is the seventy-sixth in an ongoing series of Biennals and Annuals presented by the Whitney since 1932. Despite being one of the less globally-renowned New York Museums, it has for some years been seen as something of a mecca for young and aspiring American artists. Encouraging avant-garde and experimental art and cultural ephemera, the museum has striven to include new and developing medias... (read more)

Author: Ishmael Miller

15. Hits From the Bronx
April 23, 2012

Empire State Building, the lack of well known New York attractions in the Bronx also impacted on the area, as visitors to New York spend their money in the more fashionable and well known boroughs of Manhattan and Brooklyn. Despite being deprived of investment and tourism, centres such as the Bronx Museum of Arts seek to redress this with a series of innovative exhibitions that showcase the vibrancy and diversity of Bronx culture. Founded in 1971, the Bronx Museum of Arts is a lesser known New York museum, but has been critically appraised for its pioneering themes. For example in 1987 is... (read more)

Author: Ishmael Miller

16. Understanding the Animal Sacrifice in Islam
April 19, 2012

Eid-al-Adha is the 2nd of both big holidays inside Islam, plus it is actually celebrated about the 10th, 11th, plus 12th of Zulhijjah, which is the last month of the Islamic calendar. The focus of the celebration is to commemorate the willingness of Prophet Ibrahim (Abraham) to sacrifice his son Ishmael because a sign of obedience to Allah (God). As a symbol of Ibrahim's sacrifice, and also to show gratitude towards Allah, Muslims sacrifice a pet throughout Eid-al-Adha like a sheep, goat, cow, or camel. This sacrifice is commonly referred to as Udhiya (inside Arabic) or Qurbani (inside Urdu pl... (read more)

Author: jacynth twila

17. Muslims: By Your Own Book You Say The Bible Is Not Corrupt!
April 10, 2012

Muhammed was not even born until 570 ad and the Bible was already in existance. The Muslims state consistantly that the Bible wsa corrupted. Answer me this then…”Why does the Qur’an say that the Psalms, Gospels and the Torah were sent to us by God”? The Psalms: Surah 4: 163 Indeed, We have revealed to you, [O Muhammad], as We revealed to Noah and the prophets after him. And we revealed to Abraham, Ishmael, Isaac, Jacob, the Descendants, Jesus, Job, Jonah, Aaron, and Solomon, and to David We gave the book [of Psalms]. The Gospel: Surah 5: 46 Subsequent to them, we sent Jesus, the ... (read more)

Author: Brian Mason

18. The Empire State Still Stands Tall
March 27, 2012

In current age of the ‘superskyscraper,’ the old charm of the New York’s Empire State Building seems to be lost under the soaring cloud-busters of the Middle East and Far East. Advanced in engineering, materials, technology and a shift in financial power has meant that the future will be tallest in Asia. Nevertheless, the iconic Empire State retains its global symbolism in an age where crass materialism appears to dominate the agenda of many of the most ambitios architectural projects. Architecture is not just an ornamental addition to the urban cityscape, but transforms a city’s identit... (read more)

Author: Ishmael Miller

19. Harlem Nights: Stepping Back Into History
March 27, 2012

A visit to Harlem might not be on everyone’s list of things to do in New York, but Harlem One Stop offers a great new way for visitors to explore the rich cultural heritage of this historic New York neighbourhood. More than just one of your run-of-the-mill new york tours, you can experience the vibrancy of the past through swing dance lessons, soul food cooking lessons and architectural and historical walking tours. In many ways experiencing Harlem is experiencing the history of New York itself. Though it might not known for the internationally renowned symbolism of the Statue of Liberty ... (read more)

Author: Ishmael Miller

20. Keys To Maintaining Hopefulness In Life
March 07, 2012

Although there was no viable ground for hope, Abraham had hope. Romans 4: 18 says, "Who against hope believed in hope, that he might become the father of many nations, according to that which was spoken, so shall thy seed be". Abraham employed faith to defeat hopelessness. Because of GOD's promise, he decided to remain positive rather than negative. It appeared that Sarah, his wife, would never be capable of giving birth again, and though Abraham was pushed into impregnating Hagar in order to beget Ishmael, he still stood by GOD's promise. How would you stand if you were in his shoes? Staying ... (read more)

Author: Terhemba Godwin Ihagh

21. Celebrating 50 years of the American Glass Movement: New York Glasstress
February 14, 2012

This year sees the 50th anniversary of the American Studio Glass Movement. One of the more underrated and overlooked artistic movements of the 20th century, american artist-designers such as Harvey Littleton and Dominick Labino were instrumental in establishing glass-blowing as a genuine artistic medium. One of the lesser known New York Museums- the Museum of Arts and Design- is holding a celebratory exhibition of glassworks beginning on Valentine’s Day February 14th, and lasting until June 10th. The ‘Glasstress New York’ promises to be an exciting international gathering of glass sculptu... (read more)

Author: Ishmael Miller

22. New York Valentine's: A Restaurant Guide
February 14, 2012

Perhaps only Paris can rival New York as one of the world’s most romantic cities on Valentine’s Day. If you and your partner are looking for a warm, chimerical dining experience, here are three of the best places to eat out in the Big Apple for the New York tourist. 1.One If By Land, Two If By Sea Set in an iconic, Greenwich Village carriage house, this delectable restaurant offers an outstanding three course set menu for $80. For appetizers, the Winter Shellfish salad of oysters, clam and cod tossed in saffron and champagne is a must for seafood lovers, whereas the Roasted Bartlett Pear... (read more)

Author: Ishmael Miller

23. Knowing About Websites and SEO
January 24, 2012

Many organisations throughout the region these days are operating their business with no website at all. When the Internet keeps moving forward and advancing, your business objectives there are further addition. If corporations don't own or operate a website business, additionally as a physical business, they will lose out big time in increase sales and profits. There are so many valid reasons why owning and operating a website as it is vital, Reaching your target market in your own industry, however having a website web site allows you |to succeed to achieve your target market around th... (read more)

Author: Curtis Ishmael

24. Summary of Personalized Name Art Designing
January 23, 2012

Making use of paper to make your crafts can generally be simple by discovering great innovative designs. Most of us, particularly children prefer utilizing paper to compose cutting edge art work far more than a lot of other supplies. Paper crafting is less messy than most types of arts, sometime you need to use other things such as scissors, color crayons, paint, water colors and so forth... In case you have lots of unwanted discarded paper already there, permit me to share with you some specific ways you can actually used your scraps to personalized your cards. Personalized name car... (read more)

Author: Ishmael Ewald

25. Reaching for the Stars: From the Empire State to the Burj Khalifa
January 06, 2012

Anyone taking a look at a list of the twenty tallest buildings in the world will be hard pressed to find one outside Asia. Reflecting the mighty surge of East Asian and Middle Eastern oil economies in the last two decades, their increasing wealth has been translated into monumental, sometimes grandiose, architectural projects that push further and further towards the clouds. The world’s current tallest building- Dubai’s Burj Khalifa- was completed in 2010, and added over a 1,000 ft to the record previously held by Taiwan’s Taipei 101 towers. It might be easy to argue that Asian countrie... (read more)

Author: Ishmael Miller

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