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The Meaning of Surah 54 Al-Qamar The Moon From The Holy Quran

the meaning of surah 54 al-qamar the moon from the holy quran

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The Meaning of Surah 54 Al-Qamar The Moon (La Luna) From The Holy Quran Bilingual Edition In English and Spanish Languange. The Surah revolves around the Signs of Allah SWT (God) and those who believe and deny them from amongst the polytheists. The splitting of the Qamar [moon] is amongst the great signs shown by God to the people of Makkah which they still resulted on them continuing their disbelief. The Surah talks about the approaching Day of Judgment. It describes some of the scenes of that Day. It also tells us that Allah's judgment may come here and now. There are references to the flood that came at the time of Prophet Noah AS, the punishment of the people of 'Ad, Thamud, People of Prophet Lot AS, the Pharaoh and his people. It ends with the good news for the Believers who will be near their Lord in the gardens of bliss. This Surah takes its name from the first Ayat: "The Hour has come near, and the moon has split [in two]." (54:1). Surah al-Qamar is in the 27th Juzz and the word Qamar [moon] appears in the Qur'an 27 times. An interesting observation is that the Moon orbits the Earth every 27 days. There are 55 Ayat in this Surah....

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Alama: An African FolkTale

alama: an african folktale

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A thrilling rendition of an African tale to promote Africa's rich culture of storytelling. Alama, a brave hunter saved a deer in exchange for fame and prominence....

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RED TALES OF THE RAINFOREST

red tales of the rainforest

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This is a first person narration of personal experiences in the era of slave trade, it is laced with traditional facts and western imagination....

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Islamic Folklore The Black Crow & The First Murder In Earth

islamic folklore the black crow & the first murder in earth

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Islamic Folklore The Black Crow and The First Murder In Earth Bilingual Edition English Germany Ebook Version Based from The Noble Quran and Al-Hadith {Then Allah sent a crow who scratched the ground to show murderer) said, 'Woe to me! Am I not even able to be as this crow and to hide the dead body of my brother?' Then he became one of those who regretted.} (The Noble Quran Surah Al-Ma'idah: 31) Time changes everything. People's hair turns white as they grow older, but one thing always stays the same, the feathers of the crow that never change color. If anyone experienced what we, the crows, had experienced, his hair would never turn white. As a creature I was the only eyewitness to the first crime of murder committed on the earth. I witnessed the first drop of human blood that was shed treacherously. I also knew that Allah SWT (God) was witnessing it all. (Da schickte Allah eine Krähe, die den Boden kratzte, um den Mörder zu zeigen) und sagte: 'Wehe mir! Bin ich nicht einmal in der Lage, wie diese Krähe zu sein und den toten Körper meines Bruders zu verstecken?' Dann wurde er einer von denen, die bereuen.} (Der edle Koran Surah Al-Ma'idah: 31) Die Zeit verändert alles. Die Haare der Menschen werden weiß, wenn sie älter werden, aber eines bleibt immer gleich, das Gefieder der Krähe, das nie seine Farbe ändert. Wenn jemand das erlebte, was wir, die Krähen, erlebt hatten, würde sein Haar niemals weiß werden. Als Geschöpf war ich der einzige Augenzeuge des ersten Mordverbrechens, das auf der Erde begangen wurde. Ich war Zeuge des ersten Tropfens menschlichen Blutes, das heimtückisch vergossen wurde. Ich wusste auch, dass Allah SWT (Gott) Zeuge von allem war....

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Wisdom From Women

wisdom from women

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There is nothing as awesome as a book you can sit down and read and review with your son or daughter. There’s nothing more enriching than learning from other women. There’s nothing more beautiful than feminine wisdom passed on from one generation to the next. This collection of stories about remarkable women from the past like Funmilayo Kuti and C.J Walker is a book for women of all ages - a great read that will inspire and challenge you....

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Survival of the fittest (The Strongest Lives)

survival of the fittest (the strongest lives)

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Synopsis/Log line Two villages shared boundary to the west; that marked their territory. These villages were living in peace as a neighbouring village, having the same culture and belonged to the same tribe (Yoruba) and these villages have kings and queens; as their actual or nominal sovereign in the two kingdoms. Suddenly conflict arised between the two villages; that involved a Queen, that made one kingdom to war against the other unnoticed. A whole Kingdom was desolated, but there were two people that survived the war. How? Who are those people? What transpired between the two kingdoms? What happened to the Queen involved? What happened to the soldiers of the other Kingdom? To get satisfactory answers to these questions, you will have to read this story to the end....

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Caste

caste

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Caste by Fraser, William Alexander...

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When God Lost An Election

when god lost an election

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Is leadership a problem in Africa? Perhaps! Is leadership the solution to the problems in Africa? Maybe, maybe not. Is western-style democracy the cause Africa’s developmental challenges? Well, has dictatorship produced sustained development anywhere on the continent? Do we need leaders who don’t care about losing elections? Ah! If a leader loses elections, with what mandate will they implement the good policies they have? Is the voice of the people really the voice of God? Well, the people of Israel once asked God to make way for a human King. This seminal work by Terry Mante offers insightful perspectives on governance in Africa and presents a definitive blueprint for creating a functional governance framework for the transformation of the continent....

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S'ORO S'OKE

s'oro s'oke

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S'oro S'oke is a Novel that tells the history of Nigeria's Democratic intrigues, using the events of the EndSARS protest as illustration. Written in a dramatized form, with names of key actors substituted, the novel tells the story of betrayal, upheavals and traces the chronology of events from the Hope '93 election to the present day....

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THAT THEY DID NOT DIE IN VAIN

that they did not die in vain

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Reed & Papyrus publishes the latest book of Onyebuchi Ukandu titled: THAT THEY DID NOT DIE IN VAIN (the motto of the National War Museum). It is a discourse of burning issues of post-civil war Nigeria with FOREWORD from the National War Museum. LITERARY/HISTORICAL for the general public Nigeria Defence Academy Institute of Policy and strategic studies, Peace and security studies, History and International relations. Nigerian Navy Logistics and Finances....

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WHAT THE GIANT OF AFRICA COULD BE

what the giant of africa could be

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Many Nigerians prefer to argue about the situations of Nigeria and what they think could help make Nigeria better. instead of arguing with someone about it, I have decided to write my opinions down which you are free to correct me and contact me if you disagree. I don't expect you to agree with everything I wrote. Feel free to contact me on www.oyeronke.com....

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