Praying in Combat| Malaysian Marines

The Malaysian Armed Forces, through the Armed Forces Religious Corps formed in 1985, has strived to enhance the internalisation of Islam among its personnel to strengthen them spiritually and mentally so that they can be a solid combat force to defend religion, race and nation.

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Giving the homeless a reason to smile πŸ˜

This dentist from Amsterdam treats homeless people for free in his spare time combining hygiene and charity showing what Islam is all about… giving them a reason to πŸ˜€

“Every good deed is charity, even smiling at your brother.” – Prophet Muhammad

The Shaolin Sheikh πŸ‡¨πŸ‡³

Another Muslim Grandmaster that should be mentioned is Wang Zi-Ping. He was born in 1881 and lived until 1973. During his life he has revived the title β€œLion of Chinese Kung Fu”. Even though both his father and grandfather were famous martial artists. They refused to teach Zi-Ping. They did not want him to experience the suffer they had to go through. Wang Zi-Ping on the other hand was passionate about it and started to train on his own when he was seven years old.

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Islamic influence on Martial Arts πŸ₯‹

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One of them is the Muslim Grandmaster Ma Xianda. Ma Xianda was born in 1932 in Hebei province, China. He belongs to the sixth generation of a prominent Hui family of martial artists and to a handful masters that has reached the highest level in Chinese martial arts

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