By: Hasnet Lais
Are female converts to Islam part of a new wave of feminism? Alana from ‘Make me a muslim’.
You’d think after watching BBC Three’s Make me a Muslim documentary, being a female convert to Islam is so riddled with fault lines. Not really. My recent interviews with Muslim converts offered a rare glimpse into the lives of three women who would flatly reject such comparisons. And they’re all buzzing with spiritual ecstasy, retelling what caused them to halal-ify their wardrobes and Islamise dress codes. Continue reading “British female converts finding TRUE feminism in Islam”
Here are just a few examples of exceptional Muslim tolerance:In
What happened to muslims living in non-muslim countries?
Communist Russia they were forcibly marched into the gulags of Siberia. In Eastern Europe it was the genocide of Bosnia and Srebrenica that awaited them. In Palestine, it is 60 years and counting of occupation, humiliation and imprisonment. In Spain, it was total annihilation, such that not one man was left to call the adhan.
Continue reading “The Supreme Muslim Tolerance “
‘Do not go extremes in religious matters, for you will not be able to continue in that way’
– Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him)
Continue reading “A Thousand Years Can Change A lot of Things”
1. Terrorism is above all murder. Murder is strictly forbidden in the Qur’an. Qur’an 6:151 says, “and do not kill a soul that God has made sacrosanct, save lawfully.” (i.e. murder is forbidden but the death penalty imposed by the state for a crime is permitted). 5:53 says, “… whoso kills a soul, unless it be for murder or for wreaking corruption in the land, it shall be as if he had killed all mankind; and he who saves a life, it shall be as if he had given life to all mankind.”
Continue reading “Top Ten Ways Islamic Law forbids Terrorism”
It is quite rare these days to hear anything good about Muslims from the Anglo-American news media. There are, however, some exceptions in the West and Dr. Richard Bulliet, Professor of History Columbia University, New York is one of them. Continue reading “The Islamic empires that gave Europe its Renaissance”
In Sudan, a sabeel (Arabic : Public Fountain) is an installation created and maintained by a private person to put free drinking water for the benefit of passers-by and travelers. It is a fountain, but water is not flowing.
By : Mohammed Jehan Khan
Please take a moment and see the Palestinian crisis in a broader context and identify the real orchestrators behind it.
1. Who helped the British and Zionists to topple the Ottoman empire and divide the Middle east to bits and pieces, Who willingly gave the land of Al-Quds (Palestine) to the British?
Continue reading “Questioning The Arab Autocrats and Their People”