Solomon also called Suleiman in Arabic is one of the most important kings or figures of the Abrahamic religions.Those who are familiar with the concept of the Abrahamic religion (Judaism, Islam and Christianity), have a pretty clear idea of what their holy books have to say about this character.
There is no doubt that Christianity and Islam religions are very close in term of many things, we can take for example by the way they both call their names, Christian will call Adam, Adam while Muslim also call it Adam, Abraham,( Ibraheem), Joseph (Yusuff), Solomon (Sulaiman) David (Dawud) and so on.
ﺇِﻧَّﻤَﺎ ﺍﻟْﻤُﺆْﻣِﻨُﻮﻥَ ﺇِﺧْﻮَﺓٌ “The believers are brothers” Islam is a religion of equality and fairness. It condemns ruthless business tactics that try to deceive and take advantage of people. It rewards those who through disciplined action earned their wealth. In the end, it’s in Allah’s decree who will actually achieve success, but many use this as an excuse for not getting out of bed and doing the necessary work. This takes away any personal respon
See The Strange Animal I Saw In My House Hours After My Night Prayers.. Night is often associated with danger and evil, because of the psychological connection of night's all-encompassing darkness to the fear of the unknown and darkness's obstruction of a major sensory system (the sense of sight). Nighttime is
Being a Muslim it is our belief that Allah Almighty sent down divine holy books for the guidance of mankind on different prophets. All of these divine holy books contained nothing but the truth of their time. These books call people to worship Allah alone and that He is the creator, proprietor and owner of this world and the hereafter. Allah Almighty sent many books on different messagers but below we will discuss major four divine books of Almighty Allah.. 1. The Tawrat This is the revealion sent down by Almighty
“I am moving my money to Bitcoins.” Dawud said with the sternness of a father correcting his prodigal son, as he shuffled some papers on his desk while avoiding eye contact with me. “Actually, just N8million of it. I heard it is highly profitable.” He looked up as he finished the sentence, the conspiratory twinkle in his eye beginning to shape his face for a smile, like he had just divulged an age long secret to me. My demeanor must have been the reason that smile did not form on his face, I was sha