The article sheds light on the Islamic care for the youth and tries to answer the universal question they had about life and religion.
Does Islam promote a position of fanaticism and narrow-mindedness against the other; or interaction and dialogue? Read to know…
By Abdullah Craig Walker This is the fourth part of the series. The author focuses here on Islam’s golden age and its effect on the Jewish-Muslim relations. He also highlights the relation between political Islam and anti-Semitism. Click to read Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3. Islam’s Golden Age The Islamic Golden Age, from 750 c.e. to 1257 […]
This series of articles proposes to refute the anti-Semitic doctrines propounded by religious and political extremists, and to examine the Qur’anic references which are cited in support of these pernicious interpretations. Further, this series will document the abundance of laudatory references to Israelites, Jews, Hebrew prophets, and the Torah found throughout the Qur’an which inform and illuminate Islamic history and teachings.
Islamophobia is created and perpetuated by the media, and funded with tens of millions of dollars to serve political purposes. They are aiming to affect one thing, and one thing only. Your mind.
While the Prophet was still in Makkah, he and his companions were abused verbally and physically. How did the Prophet react to incidents of Islamophobia?
Enjoy watching this interesting talk by Dr. Zakir Naik to know more about the position of Islam concerning terrorism, Jihad and fundamentalism.
Is there ‘anything’ in Islam that encourages acts of violence and terrorism? Why are many criminal acts are put in Islam’s account? Does God call us to hate, attack? How do you define terrorist attacks by Muslims?
There are still wrongful accusations launched against the civilizational image of Islam, notably the one stating that “Islam is a religion of violence,” depending on mistaken excerpts from the Qur’anic texts.