Re-Examining Banu Qurayzah Incident

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January 1, 2016 • Islam

Re-Examining Banu Qurayzah Incident Kaleef K. Karim & Aliyu Musa Misau Content: 1. Introduction 2. Jewish tribes Made a Pact with Muslims 3. Events that Occurred Before Quraiza Incident 4. Prophet Muhammed Thwarted Their Plans 5. Banu Qurayza Siding, Waging War and Supplying Enemies with Weapons 6. Banu Qurayza were Left to Face the Music… Read More ›

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The Forgotten Root: “They Know Him As They Know Their Son”

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Eric Bin Kisam Scriptures  are not just text of revelation which one must understand within the border of sacred theological paradigm  but it can also be approached as a collective memory of a profane history.  In this context one should not neglect to read re-examine the scriptures as veracious historical evidences through philology, this is… Read More ›

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Archbishop Cranmer’s Blog’s Derrière

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Archbishop Cranmer got my goat with the following comments in his piece entitled ‘A school for Muslim girls that forbids them the use of toilet paper ‘for cultural reasons’?’: I understand Stoke-on-Trent is shortlisted to be named a ‘City of Culture’. Ah, but which culture? It is disconcerting to hear of a school for Muslim… Read More ›

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Thoughts on Gavin Ashenden’s Critique Over Michael Curry Royal Wedding Invitation To Preach

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Reverend Dr Gavin Ashenden (GA)  has been spilling a bit of cyber-ink over Michael Curry’s speech at the royal wedding. I’ve responded with a few thoughts to some select comments which grabbed my attention. GA: And at one level, the choice was brilliant. Michael Curry is a gifted preacher and black. What a great way… Read More ›

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