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Why does’nt Islam believe in Idol worship? – Dr Zakir Naik



Why does’nt Islam believe in Idol worship? – Dr Zakir Naik

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  1. Nobody said idol will help you. Pray to the power not the objectJust like when you salute flag u are saluting the importance and feeling of the flag not the material made out of flag

  2. Because Allah is real and true God. No eyes can see him.
    All the idols that you see today is just stones made by humans nothing else.
    They all are false God. They neither can help you nor can hear you nor can solve your problem.
    The one who can solve your problem is only Allah.
    The one who can hear you is only Allah.
    The one who can take you out from difficulty is only Allah.
    He is capable for doing all things.

    Can you see the Sun just for a half minute?
    So how is it possible to see the creator of the Sun?
    This then is, Allah, your Lord; there is no deity but He is the Creator of everything : so worship Him alone, for He is the Guardian of all things, No sight can comprehend Him but He comprehends all sorts of sight, for He is All-Comprehensive and All-Aware.
    Quran 6 (102-103)

    If you want to see God then worship only him and follow his Last and Final Messanger Prophet Muhammad ( ﷺ ).
    In Paradise We will see God with our own eyes Ameen.

  3. Not sure you even understood his question… what is the categorical reason idol worship is bad/wrong. What bad/wrong/evil comes from idol worship? Does it create more evil? Does it lead to pain/suffering to humans etc.

    Youre answering a "why" when hes asking a "what".

  4. The Holy Quran

    One
    Surah 37:4

    Light
    Surah 24:35

    O Muhammed
    Surah 19:16

    Surah 19:12
    Allah Said

    Surah 19:12
    John

    Surah 19:7
    Zechariah

    One
    Surah 18:110

    O Muhammed
    Surah 10:18

    Pharaoh
    Surah 10:90

    King James Version
    King James Version

    Revelation 22:18-19
    This Book

    Exodus 24:7
    The Book

    https://www.biblegateway.com/audio/mclean/kjv/Deut.18

    One
    John 12:43-48

    One People
    Genesis 11:1-9

    Male and Female
    Matthew 19:4

    The Jews
    John 4:22-24

    Black
    Song of Solomon 1:5

    The Jews
    Esther 8:16

    Job 30:30
    Black

    Light
    Psalm 27:1

    John 3:3
    The Kingdom of God

    The Truth
    Mark 12:32

    One Law
    Exodus 12:49

    God is Light
    1 John 1:5

    Light
    Genesis 1:5
    Day

    Psalm 119:142
    Thy Law

    God is The Lord
    Psalm 118:27

    One Lord
    Luke 18:19

    John 5:35
    Light
    John 14:26
    The Holy Ghost
    John 1:1
    The Word
    Light
    John 1:6-12
    Zechariah 14:9
    His name One

    Jude 3 
    Beloved, when I gave
    All Diligence to write
    Unto you of The
    Common salvation, it
    Was needful for me
    To write unto you,
    And
    Exhort you that ye
    Should earnestly contend
    For
    The Faith which was
    Once delivered unto
    The Saints.

    One
    Revelation 4:2

    Light
    Psalm 119:105

    One
    Genesis 41:25

    The Is Pharaoh
    Ezekiel 31:18

    Romans 9:17
    Pharaoh

    it
    Exodus 16:14-16
    Omer
    Acts 8:6
    Philip
    Daniel 2:31-38
    Thou Art This Head
    Of
    Gold
    Job 13:26-28
    My Feet
    Psalm 18:9
    He Bowed
    Song of Solomon
    7:5 Thine Head
    Jeremiah 8:21
    I am Black
    1 John 5:6
    it
    Hebrews 7:2-3
    Without
    Ezekiel 10:15
    Living
    John 20:14
    it

    Woe
    Jeremiah 23:1

    Deuteronomy 4:39
    This Day

    Psalm 95:7
    To Day

    Matthew 7:1
    Judge Not
    Ezekiel 20:21
    Notwithstanding

    One
    John 12:43-48

    Light
    Psalm 119:130
    it

    Pharaoh
    Exodus 6:13

    John 1:23
    The Voice of One

    John 1:49
    Thou Art

    Psalm 146:8
    Bowed Down

    John 8:17-18
    Two

    Light
    Psalm 90:8

    Luke 3:21:23
    The Holy Ghost

    One Lord
    Matthew 19:14-17

    Revelation 22:9
    Worship God

    Alleluia
    Revelation 19:4

    Revelation 4:2
    One

  5. Kissing. a black stone. is outright idol worship.
    End of Islam 3 seconds
    ZAKIR. 😭 Christian prince awaits. To defeat you very quickly.
    Come on. Ring him on Skype.

    Or. David Wood. ,. Apostate prophet
    Sam shamian

    Run. Run for your life Zakir.
    Lol. Thanks for running away and declaring defeat again

    Innocent Islam's. Wake up ..your Soul is in grave danger.

    Seek. God. Alone. with all of your heart and let God show you
    He loves you wants you. and wants to save you

    Jeremiah 29-13.

    David Wilkinson Seek God's Face YouTube

  6. I am jadid from Bangladesh . My question is if hazrat adam as. Is the first man and prophet and he was not a wild or non civilized Human and we know from prophet time line that he came 6 or 7 thousands year ago then how scientists are finding skull of humans of 1 or 2 lakhs year ago? And how they were wild humans and look like apes?

  7. Kesi se sawal kia tha ke China , America, Africa sab jagah log alag alag face ke q tu un ne jawab dia tha ke mosam ki wajah se ab mosam ki wajah se body ka colour change ho sakta ha face tu nahi tu phir ye China mai alag face ke log jab ke Africa mai alag is hi Tarah sab mumalik ke log alag nazar atte han q…

  8. Hum hazrat adam alleslam ki Ulaad
    Ha Amma hawa ki Ulaad ha tu phir Anne wali nasal tu hazrat Adam alleslam aur Amma hawa par jani chahiye tu phir in mai Chinese ,American baki Sab kese naslen change hoi

  9. God is the universal soul of superconsciousness present in every galaxy, star, planet, atom, molecule and space. Everything emanated from this suoerconsciousness and will one day dissolve back into this superconciousness. Nothing moves without him.

    All forms are therefore his forms. He can hence be
    worshipped ‘without form’ and also ‘with form’ energised with his superconsciousness, a process called consecration, which is only found in the Vedas, revealed to great Rishis.

    Its really our choice because our finite senses are too limited and cannot comprehend the infinite superconsciousness.
    We ourselves are both with form (our body). and also without form (our soul of consciousness). Still the same person.

    Therefore there is nothing wrong in worshipping God in a form that represents his infinite intelligent suoerconsciousness or a deity which represents or personifies a level of his 7 levels of superconsciousnes in the cosmos, as mentioned in the Vedas. Understand the profoundness of the Vedas.

  10. 10 Muslim Misconceptions About Jesus

    Contrary to the Bible, Muslims view Jesus as one of their own prophets, though they do believe in his virgin birth, his God-given title of Messiah, his many miracles, his rejection by the Jews, his ascension into heaven, and his second coming. However, without knowing the Bible, Muslims do not understand how all of these things fit together. Please feel free to forward this to your Muslim friends to encourage discussions about the historical Jesus, as taught in the Bible.

    1. The name "Isa" isn't correct. "Esau" was a different biblical character whose name means "hairy" (Ge 25:25). In the Old Testament, the name of God is Yahweh, and the name of Jesus is the Greek form of "Yeshua", which means "Yahweh alone is Savior". This is the name announced by the angel Gabriel, because "He will save his people from their sins." (Mt 1:21)

    2. "Christ" (in the Greek) or "Messiah" means "Anointed One of Yahweh", the title given to the descendant of King David who would rule over Israel and the entire earth forever (Ps 2, Isa 9:7). Not surprisingly, many Old Testament descriptions of this figure are God-like. What is even more surprising, however, are the prophecies that state that the Messiah would be rejected and killed by his own people (Isa 53), yet somehow because of this, all nations on earth would turn to Yahweh and worship him (Ps 22:27, Isa 49:6-7).

    3. The prophet Isaiah prophesied 700 years earlier that the Messiah would be born of a virgin (Isa 7:14). This ancient prophecy also stated that another name of his would be "Emmanuel", which means "God with us" (Mt 1:22-23). The virgin birth is the fulfillment of an even older prophecy given to Eve, right at the outset of humanity, that one day the "Seed of the Woman" would triumph over Satan (Ge 3:15). Jesus is not the Son of God because of the virgin birth (since God can create anything out of nothing). However, the virgin birth is one of many signs that point to Jesus' unique status as Son of God.

    4. Jesus performed more amazing miracles than anyone. Sight to the blind (Jn 9), speech to the mute (Mk 7:35), and strength to the lame (Jn 5) were all special signs of the Messianic Age (Isa 35:5-6, Lk 7:22). God alone is the one who grants these powers to mankind (Ex 4:11). Jesus also befriended the despised and downtrodden (Mk 2:17), cured diseases (Lk 8:44), and released people from demonic possession (Mk 5:1-20), demonstrating that he was not just the King of Israel, but also the Great Physician and restorer of all broken humanity. Finally, Jesus could also raise the dead (Jn 11), forgive sins (Mk 2:10-11), and control nature with a mere word (Mk 4:35), things that only God can do.

    5. Christians did not make Jesus a partner of God. He always WAS God and IS God (Jn 1:1). Christians agree unreservedly with Muslims that God is one (Mk 12:29, Dt 6:4), unique and unlike anyone or anything else in creation. He is beyond human senses and human comprehension, and even the angels cannot fully bear his sight (Isa 6:2). However, because of his great love for us, God has revealed himself in ways that humans could understand (theophanies), and many of these special occasions have been recorded in the Bible. When God spoke to Moses out of the burning bush (Ex 3), he was truly present in the bush and speaking directly to Moses. The bush was not "God's partner" nor was Moses worshipping a bush. Every time God manifests himself in the physical realm it is through the Word (Jn 1:18, Heb 1:3). God created the universe through his Word (Jn 1:3). The life of Jesus was the most complete revelation of God ever. Not just his words, but his entire human life was an exact representation of the divine character (Jn 1:14, Heb 1:3). This is why the disciple John calls Jesus the "Word of God".

    6. As God, Jesus was the only human to ever to live a morally perfect life (2 Cor 5:21). Every word and action exactly displayed the perfect character of God (Jn 14:9-10). Unlike Muslims, Christians and Jews learn from the Bible that the prophets were human, just like us, and fallible. King David committed adultery (2 Sam 11), and Solomon's many wives led him into idolatry (1 Ki 11). While you may have not committed either of these particular sins, any hateful word, lustful look, or broken promise still falls far short of the perfection of God (Mt 5). God’s punishment for sin is death (Rom 6:23, Eze 18:20), so no human being could bear the sins of another, much less even his own. However, as the only one who could bear our sins, Jesus willingly offered his life as a sacrifice for us (John 10:18, Romans 3:25). In this way, God demonstrates both his justice (by exacting the punishment for sin) and mercy (by forgiving us and taking upon himself the consequences of our sin).

    7. As the only divine human being, Jesus did not lord his special status over other human beings. He came not to be served, but to serve (Mk 10:45). He washed his disciples' feet, despite their objections (Jn 13:8). He never used his divine power to make his own life easier, as his greatest enemy, Satan, tempted him to do (Mt 4:1-11). Rather, he used his authority to demonstrate his true identity to his disciples and to lift the burdens of others (Mt 8:17).

    As a perfect human, Jesus also prayed and did everything in complete submission to the Father (Jn 17). Muslims are always fond to point out that Jesus stated that the Son can do nothing by himself and that he can only do what his Father shows him. However, Jesus immediately goes on to state that the Father does NOTHING WITHOUT THE SON (Jn 5:19). Father, Son, and Spirit are always united in thought and action (Ge 1:1-3, Jn 14). As human beings, we are not always in control of our mind or body, but God is always unified in his complete being, though this remains beyond our comprehension.

    8. Jesus repeatedly told his disciples that his purpose was to die as a sacrifice for our sins (Mk 10:45). When his disciples objected to this, he rebuked them in the strongest possible terms (Mt 16:23). He challenged his disciples to follow him to his death (Mt 16:24). The Last Supper, beautifully portrayed by Leonardo da Vinci, shows the most solemn and important ceremony instituted by Jesus, in which Christians regularly commemorate his death by eating bread (his "body") and drinking wine (his "blood")(Lk 22:19-20). The original Last Supper was a celebration of the Jewish Passover (Lk 22:8), which commemorates God's deliverance from Egypt and the birth of the nation of Israel (Ex 12). In it, a lamb is slaughtered, and the firstborn sons of Israel were spared from the angel of death if the doorposts of their house were covered by the blood of the lamb. It is no accident that Jesus died during the Passover feast, which is why he is called the "Lamb of God" (Jn 1:29).

    There is no confusion over the death of Jesus. He was condemned to death in a public trial before Pontius Pilate (Mk 15). He was nailed to the cross by the Romans and spoke to his mother and his disciples from the cross (Jn 19:26). During the torture of crucifixion, you need to flex and extend your legs just to breathe, but Jesus died and was no longer moving his legs, so everyone knew he was dead. They did not have to break his legs to stop his breathing (Jn 19:33). This also explains why the ancient Israelites were not allowed to break any of the bones of the Passover lamb (Ex 12:46).

    God is not a God of deception. If he had chosen to vindicate his servant by miraculously saving him, he would have made this clear to everyone including his enemies and his followers. Instead, history unambiguously records that Jesus truly died.

    9. But God did vindicate his servant by raising him from the dead. After Jesus had completed all of his work, he fully rested on the Sabbath. He was then raised to life on the first day of the week, which is why Christians worship on Sunday. He showed his pierced hands to prove that it was truly him in the flesh (Jn 20:27) and that he had the authority to lay down his life and take it up again (Jn 10:18). Jesus spoke, walked, and ate with his disciples over a period of 40 days (Acts 1:3). After 40 days, he ascended into heaven, promising to return again (Acts 1:11). When he returns, it will not be as a suffering servant but as the everlasting king of kings.

    All human beings are faced with the question of whether there is life after death. The Resurrection answers this question with an emphatic yes! Jesus promised that if we follow him, we will be raised just like him (Jn 11:25).

    10. The Injil, that is, Gospel or "Good News", about Jesus is for all nations. Jesus said that he was sent only to the lost sheep of Israel because he was their king, and it was his mission to suffer and die for them. However, Jesus taught his disciples to proclaim his death and resurrection and to make disciples of all nations (1 Cor 11:26, Acts 1:8, Mt 28:16-20). He charged his disciples with preserving the truth of the gospel and protecting it from false teachers and false prophets (Mt 7:15-20, Mt 24:23-26). He also promised that the Holy Spirit would give them the words to say (Lk 24:15, Jn 14:26, Acts 1:8), so that their words would be the very words of God. Jesus’ disciples recorded his teachings and his life story for all time (Lk 1:1-4, Jn 20:31), and we have their testimony preserved in the New Testament.

    In his great mercy, God made Jesus not only the Savior of Israel, but also the great hope of the entire world, just as he promised through the Scriptures. Will you believe the Good News and follow Jesus the Messiah as Lord and Savior?

    (Please read around the Scripture references to confirm that everything I have said is true. You will also find many other convincing proofs that the Gospel is real!)

  11. 1. What do you think dr zakir about the practice of killing the sultan's brothers and sisters to prevent civil war which was legalized by Muhammad II while such a thing was a heinous thing while on the other hand why did Muhammad predict that the leader who conquered Constantinople was the best leader while Mehmed II legalized the heinous thing like that? 2. What do you think when Saad bin Abi Waqosh destroyed and burned the library of the Sasaniah kingdom after the Nahavan war which was agreed by Umar on the grounds that we do not need better guidance because there is already a Quran and if it is a misguidance then Allah protects from it all, two things The above is the basis for Umar's decision when he allowed Saad to destroy the library so that the knowledge of the Persians did not reach the next generation. How can this happen if Islam is a religion that is not anti-science? Why does it sound arrogant? And the second caliph is a friend who is promised to enter heaven. And does Islam forbid its followers to study science and only allow studying religious knowledge, if not what was the basis for Umar's decision?

    If islam encourage its follower to free slave and why does Islam allowed millitary commander to enslaved the conquered land entire population ? Isn't this weird?

  12. https://youtu.be/U6W-IQyW6Vo

    The Holy Quran

    One
    Surah 37:4

    Light
    Surah 24:35

    it
    Surah 6:25
    Surah 20:21
    it

    Pharaoh
    Surah 10:88

    King James Version
    King James Version

    Revelation 22:18-19
    This Book

    Exodus 24:7
    The Book

    One
    Galatians 3:20

    Receive Ye The Holy
    Ghost
    John 20:22

    Light
    John 5:35

    God is Light
    1 John 1:5

    Light
    Genesis 1:5
    Day

    Day
    Psalm 118:24
    it

    Psalm 118:27
    God is The Lord

    Light
    Genesis 1:1-3

    Light
    John 1:6-12
    Name

    His name One
    Zechariah 14:9

    One
    Genesis 41:25

    Pharaoh
    Romans 9:17

    it
    Exodus 16:14-16
    Omer

    Acts 8:6
    Philip

    Daniel 2:31-38
    Thou Art This Head
    Of
    Gold

    Jeremiah 8:21
    I am Black

    Ezekiel 10:20
    Living

    Deuteronomy 4:39
    This Day

    Psalm 95:7
    To Day

    Deuteronomy 6:25
    Ezekiel 20:21
    Notwithstanding

    Song of Solomon
    7:5 Thine Head

    Psalm 146:8
    Bowed Down

    Two
    Zechariah 4:14

    One
    Revelation 4:2

    One
    Ecclesiastes 4:8

    One Law
    Exodus 12:49

    Thy Law
    Psalm 119:142

    The Truth
    Mark 12:32

    One
    Job 6:10

    Light
    Psalm 119:130

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