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Britain First Leader Paul Golding Faces Sexual Assault Case And A Supporter Attempted To Murder Muslims

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December 6, 2017

Jayda Fransen, who is the deputy leader of the far-right group whose posts were retweeted by the president of US, Donald Trump last week, she is accused of trying to persuade a victim of an alleged sexual assault from making an official complaint to the police. 31-year-old, deputy leader of the anti-Muslim group “Britain First”… Read More ›

Evangelical Christian Upset At Ibtihaj Muhammad Doll

The Christian right wing are at it again – they’ve produced another piece drenched in subtle bigotry. A “Christian” lady called Elizabeth Schofield who operates in London, UK. She’s decided to base her attack around a tweet by an American Muslim sportswoman (a fencer), Ibtihaj Muhammad, who has just had a Barbie doll made of… Read More ›

Revisiting Banu Nadir Affair: Countering Myths

Salaam Zaid Al-Iraqi & Kaleef K. Karim Introduction: This article is a refutation to “The Religion Of Peace” (TROP) website, where the Christian missionary by the name of Glen Roberts dedicated an article to one of our article’s. Much of Glen Roberts article is no more than just his own commentary on the Banu Nadir incident… Read More ›

6 Peaceful Facts About Islam

Rana Tarakji 6 Peaceful Facts About Islam Muslims are among the most misunderstood group of people in recent years. There are a lot of misconceptions around the religion of Islam, despite it being the religion of 23% of the world’s population. Nowadays, some Muslims even often experience discrimination. Among the biggest misconceptions is that Islam… Read More ›

Understanding Quran 9:29 In Light Of The Earliest Historical Sources Of Islam

Kaleef K. Karim Content: 1. Introduction 2. Background Of Quran 9:29 3. Rebuttal 4. Conclusion 1. Introduction Glen Roberts, who runs the site “The Religion Of Peace” has written a further article on the Quranic verse, 9:29. Glen devoted an article to our piece on 9:29 not long ago, which can be seen here: “Answering… Read More ›

A Review of Sara Khan’s Book: The Battle For British Islam

Yahya Snow I did not really see what this book offered to the public discourse on Muslims, Islam and Britain which has not already been put out there I felt an element of irony as Sara Khan was championing a unity amongst Muslims but at the same time her book only serves to marginalise Muslims… Read More ›

Qasim Rashid Attacked by Christian Woman Re: “How the teachings of Islam could help us prevent more sexual abuse scandal” Article

Yahya Snow Here are my thoughts on what an evangelical Christian lady wrote in response to a click-bait piece on the Independent’s website by Qasim Rachid entitled “How the teachings of Islam could help us prevent more sex scandals.” As a Muslim I was surprised to see such a title – something which I will address… Read More ›

Book Review: “The Quran Unveiled” by Dave Miller

Mohammad Shaheer Khan Recently, in my search for books on Christianity, I stumbled upon a book entitled “The Quran Unveiled” written by a Christian apologist who goes by the name of Dave Miller. The title as it seemed really intrigued me to go ahead and give this book a read. Since I stumbled upon it… Read More ›

Nabeel Qureshi’s Death And The Christian Missionaries

The diverse online community of of Muslims and Christians, especially those involved in apologetics on the World Wide Web received the news of the death of Nabeel Qureshi at the age of 34 years old from a “rare and deadly form of stomach cancer”[1] on 16th September 2017 with mixed reactions. It is after all… Read More ›

U.S. Muslims Far Less Likely Than U.S. Adults To Say Targeting And Killing Civilians Is Justifiable.

(NEW) U.S. Muslims far less likely than all U.S. adults to say targeting and killing civilians is justifiable. A worldwide poll conducted in 2011 by Gallup confirms the numbers now and showcases that Muslims are less likely to support terrorism across the world. Pew  Research Centrer states: “When asked whether targeting and killing civilians can… Read More ›

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