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As the United States Supreme Court judges sit in their chamber, to their right, front, and the left sides are friezes depicting the 18 greatest lawgivers of the world.

The second frieze to the right features a person holding a copy of the Quran, the Islamic holy book. It is intended to recognize Prophet Muhammad as one of the greatest lawgivers in the world, along with Moses, Solomon, Confucius, and Hammurabi, among others.

Here is what the Supreme Court’s website says about this frieze:

Muhammad (c. 570 – 632) The Prophet of Islam. He is depicted holding the Qur’an. The Qur’an provides the primary source of Islamic Law. Prophet Muhammad’s teachings explain and implement Qur’anic principles. The figure above is a well-intentioned attempt by the sculptor, Adolph Weinman, to honor Muhammad, and it bears no resemblance to Muhammad. Muslims generally have a strong aversion to sculptured or pictured representations of their Prophet.

In the year in which the frieze of Prophet Muhammad was erected, Franklin D. Roosevelt was president, and Charles Evans Hughes was the Chief Justice. It is not known how the court deliberated on this architectural contribution. No one at that time thought it inappropriate to include Prophet Muhammad as one of the greatest lawgivers of the world at the chambers of the United States Supreme Court. This was despite the fact that American society at that time was not as diverse as it is today. Women had just acquired the right to vote, and Japanese-Americans were about to be sent to concentration camps.

While the learned people in our country knew of the contribution of Prophet Muhammad, our neighbors today are given regular doses of misinformation about the Prophet and Sharia, the path of the Prophet, more commonly described as Islamic law.

Prophet Muhammad’s Peace And Justice Movement

Prophet Muhammad envisioned a just and peaceful society. With a mass peace movement, he achieved this goal during his life. He hated war and always preferred a peace treaty with his opponents, even if it was not favorable to his and his followers’ interests. He established his first peace sanctuary in the city of Madinah without any war whatsoever. While he did fight to defend that peace sanctuary, it is critical to note that the total time of actual fighting defending his people was not more than six days in his life of 63 years. He struggled to secure a peace that ensured justice and liberation for all people, especially for those most marginalized and oppressed.

Here are some of the Prophet’s notable contributions

  • He taught that there is one God for all mankind.
  • He taught Muslims to believe in all of the prophets and all divinely revealed scriptures, especially Biblical ones.
  • As the Prophet established a peace sanctuary called Madinah after his migration from Makkah, he negotiated treaties with the Jews and the pagans of Madinah. Muslims consider these treaties to be the first written surviving constitution in the world. The constitution guaranteed freedom of religion, self-governance, and legal autonomy in all matters. It called for the common defense of Madinah, and declared the Jews, pagans, and Muslims of that treaty to be one nation, or “one Ummah.”
  • He prohibited hunting and the cutting of trees in the peace sanctuary of Madinah.
  • He declared killing non-combatants to be illegal, placed severe restrictions on how warfare could be conducted, and even paid compensation for the killing of some dogs by one of his commanders.
  • The Prophet’s teachings and the Quran are the two major sources of Sharia. Some of his precepts include the following:
    • Moral behavior: personal cleanliness; emphasis on preservation and nourishment of all life forms, including plants and animals; rituals and spirituality of prayers; fasting and charity; righteous conduct and good deeds; and rights of parents, children, spouses, and neighbors.
    • Interpersonal relations: teaching to enhance human relations and to avoid breaking relationships; encouraging mutual consultation in all affairs; prohibiting bigotry and racism; and emphasizing kindness and hospitality toward others, especially the weak and the poor.
    • Financial guidelines: encouraging charity, rights of the poor, respect for workers, and rejection of exploitation; and circulation of wealth among all classes.
    • Personal rules and laws regarding privacy, gender relations, marriage, divorce, and inheritance.
    • Criminal laws implementing the many of the Ten Commandments. (The only one of the Ten Commandments not having a parallel statement in the Quran is the one having to do with keeping the Sabbath.) Less than two percent of Quranic verses deal with the criminal law of Islam, which is a part of the Sharia but not the totality of it.
  • The Prophet asked his judges to make things easy for people, not difficult.
  • He declared all sins forgivable as long as a person asks God’s forgiveness and that of the one who has been wronged.
  • The Prophet gave special emphasis to honoring treaties, standing up for justice, and opposing oppression.

Why Muslims Often Demand Sharia In The Muslim World

In the Muslim world, many Muslims are sick and tired of their corrupt leaders. As such, they demand Sharia, envisioning a return to a just and peaceful system like the time when a caliph would submit himself without any immunity to a judge on an equal footing with his accuser. The United Nations gives all nations the right to self-determination. That is how even in the U.S.-brokered constitutions of Afghanistan and Iraq there is importance given to Sharia principles.

Unfortunately, the brutal and often biased implementation of criminal law in some Muslim countries has given Sharia a bad name. The Prophet would be horrified to see this merciless brutality in the name of Islam by some Muslims.

It Is Against Sharia To Impose Sharia On Anyone!

Almost all the Sharia with which Muslim Americans deal relates to personal religious life, ethics, morality, and human relationships. Practicing Muslims live Sharia every day as they pray, fast, eat Halal (permissible in Islam) food, practice charity, raise families, and serve communities. Sharia is like Halacha, which is practiced by Jews in America. Jews in America even operate Jewish courts in the U.S., called Beth Din. Muslim Americans do not operate any such courts.

Muslim Americans are subject to U.S. laws, just like any other citizens. No Muslim has called for the replacement of the U.S. Constitution with Sharia. Sharia is neither a constitution nor is it all law. It is actually against Sharia to impose Sharia on anyone. Further, Sharia only applies to Muslims, not to non-Muslims.

Muslims have been demanding equal protection under the U.S. Constitution since their rights are regularly violated in the current Islamophobic environment in which we are living, where Muslims are continuously targeted and subjected to bigotry and prejudice.

America’s Founding Fathers were wise people. Today’s Islamophobes can learn a great deal from them. In the Treaty of Peace and Friendship (1796) between the United States and Tripoli they stated:

“As the government of the United States of America is not in any sense founded on the Christian Religion, as it has in itself no character of enmity against the laws, religion or tranquility of Musselmen (Muslims)…”

Further Reading

For more Muslim perspectives about Sharia please visit
Please also read Rose Wilder Lane’s Discovery of Freedom. She is the daughter of Laura Ingalls Wilder, of Little House on the Prairie fame. She considered Prophet Muhammad, Prophet Abraham, and the American Revolution to be the three major sources of freedom in the world.
Muhammad: A Prophet For Our Time, by Karen Armstrong, published by HarperCollins
Muhammad: His Life Based on the Earliest Sources, by Martin Lings, published by Inner Traditions.

Cooking Books

Cooking or cookery is the practice or skill of preparing food by combining, mixing, and heating ingredients.Cooking  is the art, technology, science and craft of preparing food for consumption. Food that has been prepared in a particular way is called cooking.Cooking techniques and ingredients vary widely across the world, from grilling food over an open fire to using electric stoves, to baking in various types of ovens, reflecting unique environmental, economic, and cultural traditions and trends.

The ways or types of cooking also depend on the skill and type of training an individual cook has. Cooking is done both by people in their own dwellings and by professional cooks and chefs in restaurants and other food establishments. Cooking can also occur through chemical reactions without the presence of heat, such as in ceviche, a traditional South American dish where fish is cooked with the acids in lemon or lime juice.

Preparing food with heat or fire is an activity unique to humans. It may have started around 2 million years ago, though archaeological evidence for it reaches no more than 1 million years ago.

The expansion of agriculture, commerce, trade and transportation between civilizations in different regions offered cooks many new ingredients. New inventions and technologies, such as the invention of pottery for holding and boiling water, expanded cooking techniques. Some modern cooks apply advanced scientific techniques to food preparation to further enhance the flavor of the dish served.

Learning English Language

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Welcome to Let us Learn English. COM Learn English Language Course in Class Room, Small Batches , Weekend Batches for Working Professionals, Crash Course on Interview Preparation, Customized Courses Available, Special Batches for Girls and Housewives and even On-line with Highly qualified teachers and expert trainers. Let’s Learn English is on of the best Institute of Hyderabad. No.1 English Language Training Center. Welcome to Let us Learn English. COM Learn English Language Course in Class Room, Small Batches , Weekend Batches for Working Professionals, Crash Course on Interview Preparation, Customized Courses Available, Special Batches for Girls and Housewives and even On-line with Highly qualified teachers and expert trainers. Let’s Learn English is on of the best Institute of Hyderabad. No.1 English Language Training Center. Spoken English Tips The following tips helped me improve my spoken English and overcome my hesitation in the language. Hope they are useful for you too. Don’t worry about making mistakes because you will make mistakes as a learner. Be patient. This isn’t a one day process. Learn certain phrases that can be used in multiple situations. Learn how to greet someone properly. Talk slowly and carefully. Don’t rush through your sentences. Restrict yourself to simple sentences until you gain confidence. Watch out for your pronunciation. Many online tools will tell you how to pronounce a word correctly. Check one of them out when you’re in doubt. Carefully observe how proficient speakers of the language pronounce words and frame their sentences. Ask your friends, relatives and anyone you can to point out your mistakes and correct them. Speak to them in English only. Practice is a must. Record yourself reading one article aloud every day. Focus on pronunciation, speed, clarity and emphasis. Many online sites offer you the opportunity to voice chat with another user. This is an effective way to practice. Learn at least one new word every day and use it as a part of your conversation with people. By the end of the week, you should know seven words really well. Learn new words everyday Read at least one article of your choice aloud every day. Watch English movies with subtitles. Watch English shows. Read books and magazines. Keep a pocket dictionary handy for any word you may need to know the meaning of. When you hear a new word, try to find its usage and its antonyms. Best of luck!

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What is Dyslexia

What parts of our brain light up when we read? How does the brain of a child with dyslexia work differently? In this video, Guinevere Eden, PhD, walks us through dyslexia and the brain: which parts of our brain we use when we read, how our brains change when we learn to read, and the difference that a successful dyslexia intervention can make in brain function. Plus, find out if these brain differences indicate dyslexia strengths: things that people with dyslexia can do better than their peers. Then learn more about dyslexia and the brain at

What is Understanding?

What Is Understanding? A Deeper Look
What is understanding? When students attain understanding, what have they achieved? One could
hardly ask a more basic question toward building a pedagogy of understanding. If the aim is a way of
thinking about teaching and learning that puts understanding up front on center stage most of the time,
we had better know what we are aiming at.
Knowledge, skill, and understanding are the stock in trade of education. Most teachers show a
vigorous commitment to all three. Everyone wants students to emerge from schooling or other learning
experiences with a good repertoire of knowledge, well-developed skills, and an understanding of the
meaning, significance, and use of what they have studied. So it’s worth asking what conception of
knowledge, skill, and understanding underwrites what happens in classrooms among teachers and
students to foster these attainments.
For knowledge and skill, a rough answer comes readily enough. Knowledge is information on tap.
We feel assured a student has knowledge when the student can reproduce it when asked. The student
can tell us what Magellan did, where Pakistan lies, what the Magna Carta was for, what Newton’s first
law of motion is. And if knowledge is information on tap, skills are routine performances on tap. We
find out whether the skills are present by turning the tap. To know whether a student writes with good
grammar and spelling, sample the student’s writing. To check arithmetic skills, give a quiz or assign a
problem set.
But understanding proves more subtle. Certainly it does not reduce to knowledge. Understanding
what Magellan did or what Newton’s first law means calls for more than just reproducing information.
Understanding also is more than a routine well-automatized skill. The student who deftly solves physics
problems or writes paragraphs with topic sentences may not understand much about physics, writing,
or what’s being written about at all. While knowledge and skill can be translated as information and
routine performance on tap, understanding slips by these simple standards.
So what is understanding? In a phrase, understanding is the ability to think and act flexibly with
what one knows. To put it another way, an understanding of a topic is a “flexible performance capability”
with emphasis on the flexible. In keeping with this, learning for understanding is like learning a flexible
performance—more like learning to improvise jazz or hold a good conversation or rock climb than
learning the multiplication table or the dates of the presidents or F=MA. Learning facts can be a crucial
backdrop to learning for understanding, but learning facts is not learning for understanding.
Active Learning Practices for School and Junior College Students.


  1. the action of assessing someone or something.
    “the assessment of educational needs”
    synonyms: evaluationjudgement, gauging, ratingestimationappraisalopinionanalysis


    Translations of assessment
    noun= मूल्यांकन=moolyaankan
    कर निर्धारण
    assessmentTax assessment
    मूल्य निर्धारण
    assessmentDetermination of valueevaluationprice determination


    Translations of assessment
    noun=تقدير = taqdir
    تقدير القيمة
    القيمة الضريبية المقدرة

    Definitions of assessment
    the evaluation or estimation of the nature, quality, or ability of someone or something.
    the assessment of educational needs
    synonyms: evaluation, judgment, rating, estimation, appraisal, analysis, opinion; valuation, appraisal, calculation, costing, pricing, estimate
    evaluation, judgment, rating, estimation, appraisal, analysis, opinion
    valuation, appraisal, calculation, costing, pricing, estimate


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