Category Archives: Misconceptions about Islam

The Message of False Religions

By Majed S. Al-Rassi False religions all teach the worship of creation (paganism) in one way or another. False religions all teach the worship of creation (paganism) in one way or another. Some religions call towards idolatry indirectly, while proclaiming Allah’s unity; others openly invite one to the worship of other gods besides Allah or […]

Islam and the Secular Age: Between Certainty and Uncertainty part 1.

By Khalil Abdurrashid Islam and the Secular Age: Between Certainty and Uncertainty Modernity was birthed in violence. It produced the nation-state, nationalism and with it a myriad of other “isms” which serve as new idols or heroes competing for people’s allegiances. Liberalism, feminism, Marxism, individualism, atheism, agnosticism, extremism, communism, capitalism, socialism, fascism, totalitarianism, racism – […]

Islam and the Secular Age: Between Certainty and Uncertainty part 2.

By Khalil Abdurrashid The Quest for Certainty in what it Means to be Human. So what does all of this mean for the condition of Muslims living in a Secular Age? First, it means that we live without constant societal reminders of, or references to, God. Second, we live under social conditions where belief and […]

Islamic Shari`ah and the Principle of Hardship Removal.

By Sheikh Kifah Mustapha Sometimes, it is not practical to prevent certain matters in real life either because they are insignificant or because the environment and circumstances do not allow avoiding them Sometimes, it is not practical to prevent certain matters in real life either because they are insignificant or because the environment and circumstances […]

How Do We Know the Qur’an is Unchanged?

By Firas Al-Khateeb The awakening of Europe from the Dark Ages and the subsequent intellectual enlightenment of the 1600s-1800s was one of the most powerful movements in modern history. It brought to Europe a dedication to empirical science, critical thinking, and intellectual discourse. Much of this was imported from the Muslim world’s intellectual history, through […]

Answering misconceptions about Islam.

Islam: 69. “The Myth Of Umar Ibn Al-Khattab: Burning The Library Of Alexandria” AUGUST 4, 2017 68. “Prophet Muhammed’s Charity To Non-Muslims“ JULY 8, 2017 67. “Hadith ‘Do Not Greet Jews… Force Them To Narrow Road…’ Explained“ MAY 5, 2017 66. “Ali Ibn Abi Talib Did Not Burn Apostates Alive – Historical Analysis” MARCH 11, 2017 65. “Surah 9:29 – Tabuk […]

Modern challenges vs Islamic paradigm

Liberalism & Secularism Black Mass, Liberalism, and the Orthodox Paradox Bernie Sanders and the Mirage of Religious Freedom The Muslim Response to Islamophobia Is Destroying Us from Within What Bill Maher and ISIS Have in Common   What’s in a Name? The Feminist Paranoia Against Islamic By-names Written by Zara Faris Do women need power? […]

Answering Misconceptions about prophet Muhammad alayhi salaam.

Kaleef K. Karim The links below contains results and reasons as to why some people were killed by the command of the Prophet (p). I have done a thorough examination of these people as to why they were killed. The reason I undertook this task, is because there is a lot of misinformation online trying […]

Are there Scientific Errors in Qu’ran ?

by ABU RAHMA Dr. Sultan b. Abdul Rahman al-Umayri has written a 1,200 page book titled (ظاهرة نقد الدين في الفكر الغربي الحديث) – ‘The phenomenon of criticism of religion in modern Western thought’. Below is a translation of 52 pages from the book pertaining to criticisms against Islam in terms of its alleged conflict […]