Tag: Islam

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

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 ›

The Myth Of Umar Ibn Al-Khattab: Burning The Library Of Alexandria

Kaleef K. Karim The Caliph Umar Ibn Al-Khattab (ra), when he conquered Alexandria in Egypt, it is claimed that he had burned the Library of Alexandria. The earliest quotation that is often used by proponents goes back as far as the 13th century. That is literally 500 hundred years after the demise of Umar Ibn al-Khattab… 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 ›

Classical Muslim Theologian Refutes Claim About Peaceful Verses Being “Abrogated”

Interesting quotation I came across today. In the following quotation scholar Ibn Taymiyyah who lived in the latter part of the 13th century refutes the claim being made that the verses of peaceful preaching and good argumentation are abrogated by the “verses of fighting“. Ibn Taymiyyah (1263 – 1328 CE) states: “The eigth angle [in… Read More ›

Countering Lies On The Banu Qaynuqa Incident

Salam Zaid I have decided to take on “The Religion Of Peace” (TROP) website, which is owned by a Christian missionary by the name of Glen Roberts. I want to dedicate a series of articles to refute their so called responses to DTT (discover the truth site). Glen Roberts made several poor and very badly… Read More ›

Review: 8 Lies From “Islamic Fascism” Book

Kaleef K. Karim This is a short review of the book, “Islamic Fascism” written by Abdel Samad Hamed. Having read some parts of this book, I was shocked to discover the claims he made in there. I must say the words and content of that book is a mirror image of anti-Muslim bigots in America/Europe,… Read More ›

5 LIES Robert Spencer Made On Islam In The Debate With James R. White

Kaleef K. Karim I was updated on Facebook that James R. White was going to debate Robert Spencer. The volume of listeners that attracted Dr. Michael Brown’s live show, as a result it kept getting interrupted. In the short time I got to listen to Robert Spencer speak before it was cut off. Robert Spencer… Read More ›

Can Islamophobes Use Chatham House’s Survey of European Views on Muslim Immigrants?

Chatham House produced a survey on European views concerning immigration from Muslim-mainly countries. Does this poll really tell us what Europeans think about Muslim immigration? The poll in itself does not offer us a comparison of the European respondents’ views on Non-Muslim immigrants and Muslim immigrants. The poll statement carried significant overlaps into anti-immigration in… Read More ›

EU Hijab Ban Clear Religious Discrimination

DTT: Forcing Muslim women to remove their Hijab (headscarf) is no less oppressive than forcing women to wear the Hijab. Why are these ignorant people so afraid to give women the right to self-determination? Sadly, this hijab ban is going to cause all sorts of problems for Muslim women who work in Europe. Employers now… Read More ›

EU Hijab Ban In Work | Oppression Against Muslim Women

Employers are allowed/permitted to ban staff from wearing visible religious symbols, the European Union’s top court ruled on Tuesday morning. This is the first decision on the issue of women wearing Hijabs at work. In words, a Hijabi woman can be very simply banned/sacked from work in Europe if the company decides to do so. The… Read More ›

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