Tag: Jews

Surah 5:51, 3:28, 4:144 Explained

It is often the case among some critics online to misrepresent Ibn Kathir’s commentary on 5:51, claiming that Muslims in general, are completely prohibited from befriending Christians and Jews. Even when it is pointed out that they’re misinformed and do not understand the verse, they say, that western Muslims are moderate and go against Allah’s… Read More ›

Jewish Scholar Praises Prophet Muhammed’s “Tolerant, Considerate Behaviour Towards Jews”

Jewish Scholar Praises Prophet Muhammed’s “Tolerant And Considerate Behaviour Towards Jews” A Jewish scholar, Dr. Israel Welphenson, reviews one of the conquest’s of Khaybar, refers how the Muslims, Prophet Muhammed showed magnanimous treatment of the Jews, 1400 years ago: “The event shows what a high regard the Prophet had for their scriptures. His tolerant and… Read More ›

Why Did The Quran Call Jews ‘Apes’?

An excellent presentation by the respected Rabbi Tovia Singer on why the Quran call the Jews ‘Apes’. The Rabbi presents its historical context. At the end of the video one would garner more knowledge that the verse was aimed at a specific group of Jews who broke the Sabbath. The Rabbi, acknowledges that Jews have been described… Read More ›

The Battle Of Khaybar

When the Muslims fled persecution from Makkah to Madinah, they made treaties with the Banu qaynuqa, Banu Nadir, and other tribes. It was stipulated that they would not help any enemy against the Muslims. To recap, in previous years, the Banu Qaynuqa were expelled due to waging war against the Muslims and giving the Quraysh… Read More ›

Third Expedition Of Wadi al Qura (After Khaybar)

It is claimed by some that the third ‘expedition’ against Wadi al-Qura took place because the Muslims wanted to ‘conquer their land’. This is not true. According to authentic Islamic sources, the Muslims were sent merely to preach Islam, nothing else. While they were preaching the message of Islam peacefully in Wadi al-Qur the Jews started… Read More ›

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The Relationship Of The Muslim With Non-Muslims

Scholar, Shaykh Yusuf al-Qaradawi When we contemplate summarizing the Islamic teachings concerning dealings with non-Muslims in relation to the halal and the haram, we find that the following two verses of the Qur’an are sufficient, for they provide comprehensive guidelines in this matter. Allah (Glory be to Him) says: “Allah does not forbid you, with… Read More ›

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Did Jews Get Expelled From Arabia?

Kaleef K. Karim & Aliyu Musa Misau This article examines an incident that occurred at the time of Caliph Umar ibn Khattab (ra), concerning the expulsion of Jews from the Hejaz region. “It has been narrated by ‘Umar b. al-Khattib that he heard the Messenger of Allah say: I will expel the Jews and Christians from… Read More ›

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Re-Examining Banu Qurayzah Incident

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 ›

Nigel Farage, ‘Jews Are Fearful Of Muslims’

  The Jewish Chronicle this week features an interview with UKIP party leader, Nigel Farage, following on from last week’s interview with the new party candidate for Hendon, Dr Raymond Shamash. Shamash replaced the former candidate for Hendon, Jeremy Zeid, who was forced to step down after tweeting comments suggesting the US President, Barack Obama,… Read More ›

Jewish Tribe Banu Qurayza – [Part 2]

Islamic Scholar, Shaykh Allamah Shibli Nomani As already related the Prophet (p), when he first settled at Medina, had patched up treaties with the Jews and guaranteed peace and full freedom of life, property and conscience. But when the Quraish wrote to them a threatening and inciting letter, they turned treacherous. The Holy Prophet (p)… Read More ›

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