Thou Shalt Not Kill? 

Truth-telling about the systemic violence within Islam can often be a challenge, because the Qur’an contains seemingly peaceful verses. These verses have been later abrogated, or are commonly cited out of context, by deceptive Muslims and by misinformed non-Muslims.  Some of the defenders of Islam are well meaning and have good intentions. If we look closer,…

The Sunnah

The Sunnah within Islam, means path or way.  The Sunnah are deeds attributed to Muhammad, the four rightly guided caliphs and close companions at the time.  The deeds can be obligatory, permissible, prohibitions, recommended, voluntary, or disliked.  The Established Sunnah The established Sunnah is the traditions which have been passed down generations of Muslims and are…

The Ahmadiyya Sect

Thirty years following the peak of violence of the Indian Rebellion, Muslims were at their weakest since the Mughuls invaded India over 500 years prior to this.  The rebellion saw thousands of British Christians, Hindus and Muslims slaughtered on all fronts. Due to the decline of the Mughul Empire and the later dissolution of the…

The Call to Prayer

Recently within the UK, a petition was submitted to Parliament to allow the call to prayer to sound from Mosques all over the UK.  The government responded to the petition: “Anyone wishing to discuss public calls to worship should speak to their local authority.”  The government didn’t respond favorably to the national request for the…

Prayer

  The Pillars of Islam are very rarely discussed from the perspective of a non-Muslim. I will be covering all pillars and the importance for non-Muslims in order to understand the Pillars of Islam and what it could mean for themselves or their families in the future.  All five pillars are obligatory and the laws…

Dawah; A Mass Deception

Within Islamic belief, it is believed Islam to be the true religion.  Allah should be the only ruling authority in the world. Of religion, government/legislation, military and social and civil/family matters. Allah’s law (Shari ’ah/Islamic law) is believed to be the best of laws which a human being should live by. Offensive Jihad Every Muslim has…

The Shahada

The Pillars of Islam are very rarely discussed from the perspective of a non-Islamic person, I will be covering all pillars and the importance for non-Muslims to understand the Pillars of Islam and what it could mean for themselves or their families in the future. Pillar Two, the Shahada. There are five pillars in Sunni…

Jihad & The Call to Islam

“Jihad means to war against non-Muslims, and is etymologically derived from the word mujahada signifying warfare to establish the religion.”[1] As described in Islamic sacred law, Reliance of the traveller[2] , the scriptural basis for Jihad in the Qur’an and Hadith is: “Fighting is prescribed for you.” (2.216) “Slay them wherever you find them.” (4.89)…

Mecca is Haram? 

Within the shari’ah it is detailed, Mecca is forbidden to non-believers.  This is within a treaty called “Ahl Al-Dhimma,” which tranlates to, ‘non-Muslim subjects of an Islamic state’.  The Islamic law of Ahl Al Dhimma are conditions for how a non-Muslim will live within an Islamic State.  Mecca was Muhammads birthplace, he claimed he received…