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  1. Allah's Command: Ibrahim received a divine command from Allah in a dream, instructing him to sacrifice his son as a test of his faith and obedience. Willingness to Obey: Both Ibrahim and his son, Ishmael, were willing to obey Allah's command without hesitation. The Journey: Ibrahim and Ishmael set oRead more

    1. Allah’s Command: Ibrahim received a divine command from Allah in a dream, instructing him to sacrifice his son as a test of his faith and obedience.
    2. Willingness to Obey: Both Ibrahim and his son, Ishmael, were willing to obey Allah’s command without hesitation.
    3. The Journey: Ibrahim and Ishmael set out on a journey to fulfill Allah’s command. According to Islamic tradition, this journey took them to the sacred land of Mina, near Mecca.
    4. The Altar: Once they reached Mina, Ibrahim prepared an altar for the sacrifice. He placed Ishmael on the altar, ready to carry out the command.
    5. Divine Intervention: Just as Ibrahim was about to sacrifice Ishmael, Allah intervened by sending a ram to be sacrificed instead. This was a test of their faith, and they had demonstrated their willingness to obey Allah’s command.
    6. Sacrifice of the Ram: Ibrahim sacrificed the ram provided by Allah as a symbolic act of obedience and gratitude for Allah’s mercy.
    7. Eid al-Adha: This event is commemorated by Muslims during the holiday of Eid al-Adha, also known as the “Festival of Sacrifice.” It is a time for Muslims to remember Ibrahim’s unwavering faith and willingness to obey Allah’s command.

    So, in summary, Ibrahim and Ishmael journeyed to Mina, where Ibrahim prepared an altar for the sacrifice. However, Allah intervened and provided a ram instead of Ishmael, which was sacrificed to fulfill the divine command. This event is central to the celebration of Eid al-Adha in Islam.

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  1. Allah is the creator rest of the living or nonliving things are creatures. According to Quran Allah is the greatest he does not need anything he is alone in his qualities.

    Allah is the creator rest of the living or nonliving things are creatures. According to Quran Allah is the greatest he does not need anything he is alone in his qualities.

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  1. عیسائیوں کے عقیدے کے مطابق تثلیث کا مطلب ہے اللہ ایک جوہر جو تین اشخاص پر مشتمل ہےباپ بیٹا اور روح اسے وہ اپنے گمان میں تین میں اور ایک میں تین کا نام دیتے ہیں، باپ سے انکی مراد وجود ہے اور روح سے مرادزندگی ہے بیٹے سے مراد مسیح ہے،انکے عقیدے کے مطابق عیسیٰ علیہ السلام معبود ہیں اس وجہ سے کہ اللہ تعاRead more

    عیسائیوں کے عقیدے کے مطابق تثلیث کا مطلب ہے اللہ ایک جوہر جو تین اشخاص پر مشتمل ہےباپ بیٹا اور روح اسے وہ اپنے گمان میں تین میں اور ایک میں تین کا نام دیتے ہیں، باپ سے انکی مراد وجود ہے اور روح سے مرادزندگی ہے بیٹے سے مراد مسیح ہے،انکے عقیدے کے مطابق عیسیٰ علیہ السلام معبود ہیں اس وجہ سے کہ اللہ تعالیٰ انکے ہاتھ پر خوارق عادت امور جاری کرتا تھااس عقیدے کو نیقیہ کونسل نے 325ء کو منظور کیا تھا۔

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