Sexual Slavery, the context and the law

Sexual slavery is permitted in Islam and is detailed in Qur’an and ahadith as right hand possession.The rules in Jihad state that if captured in war, a woman can be taken as a sex slave as that is a reward for the fighters of Allah. Muhammad allowed men to have sex with women who were…

Stoning, the context and the law

Within Islam there is a law, by decree of Allah. If somebody has had sexual intercourse outside marriage, it requires four witnesses to be produced to prove this took place. When having discussions with Muslims or Islam apologists about this subject, it is said that it cannot be proven with four witnesses, therefore the prescribed…

This is for Allah

Within Muslim countries and the West, we see Muslims using suicide vests. There is much speculation about whether this is permissible within Islam. A Muslim or an apologist will say that this is not allowed in Islam. The scriptures shed more light as to whether this is allowed and what is permissible and impermissible in…

Friend or Foe?

One of the key misconceptions today in the West, is that there is a peaceful place in Islam for non-believers. What is actually expected of Muslims from their texts is completely the opposite. Let us examine the Islamic rules regarding Muslims taking non-Muslim friends. The first time this was mentioned in the Qur’an was during/after…

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…

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. Every Muslim has a…

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)…