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Quraysh Mushriks Attempted To Murder A New Convert To Islam

Some Quraysh polytheists attempted to murder some new Converts To Islam, but failed as the tribe to protected him. The mushriks (polytheists) were on the mission of murdering this innocent Muslim, as a result of him changing his faith to Islam. The early classical biographer, Ibn Ishaq (704 – 768 AD) mentions this: “Al-Zubayr b…. Read More ›

Quraysh Polytheists Beat Abdullah Ibn Masud For Reciting The Quran

The early companions of Muhammed (p) faced all sorts of persecution. The companion of Prophet Muhammed (p), Abdullah Ibn Masud was beaten up by Quraysh for merely reciting a verse from the Quran. Below are some of the earliest sources which mention the incident(s) where Abdullah Ibn Masud was attacked and beaten up for reciting… Read More ›

Quraysh Punishes Those Who Listen To Recitation Of The Quran

The early Muslims faced a lot of persecution. At times, the early Muslims were murdered for their beliefs. For example, if anyone – Muslim or non-Muslim were to get caught listening to the recitation of the Quran they were punished. Early classical sources mention this. Ibn Ishaq (704 – 768 AD): “If anyone of them… Read More ›

Muslim Preachers and Christmas – Wisdom Required

A Muslim speaker in Hyde Park said he “hates Christmas” and advised Muslims not to say merry Christmas, he was subsequently labelled a “hate preacher” as somebody snipped his comment for a YouTube video. A similar thing happened to mufti Menk, you can listen to mufti Ismail Menk’s clarification and wise response here. Dr Yasir… Read More ›

Interview With Mr James Dowson Regarding The Recent Mohammed Cartoon Controversy

We are re-publishing an article from KnightsTemplarInternational.com which was published on their website on the 30th July 2015. It is claimed that Yaxley Lennon (Tommy Robinson), Ann Marie Waters and Paul Golding have tried to figure out a way of working together in a way to inflame the Muslim community into a civil war. Jim… Read More ›

TROP Misrepresentation Of Honor Killing And Reliance Of The Traveller

TROP Misrepresentation of Honor Killing and Reliance of the Traveller Introduction DTT Contributor: In the following text you will see that this website, “The Religion Of Peace”, run by the Christian missionary Glen Roberts, which claims to be “a non-partisan, fact-based site” has blatantly, and perhaps purposely, misrepresented what Islam actually teaches on the matter… Read More ›

Salvation in Islam and Christianity – Debate Commentary

This is a review and commentary on a Muslim –Christian dialogue video which I saw online. The Muslim is Hashim (a popular speaker for Islam at Speakers Corner) and the Christian, Elizabeth Schofield of St Nicholas Church, Tooting. Dusters and uneven scales Lizzie Schofield begins by throwing dust in the air. She makes a big… Read More ›

Archbishop Cranmer’s Blog’s Derrière

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 ›

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

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 ›