Q & A with the Qur’an

The Qur’an is believed to be a guide, Muhammad is believed to have been chosen to teach the guide and is an example for all Muslims. To find the answers about Muhammad, one would needs to look at the Sunnah, however, It is believed the Qur’an is eternal and the true word of Allah. I…

The Blueprint

The Qur’an Revealed over a 23 year span, That’s what they say, They also say, They are orders until the last day, Anyone who doesn’t take heed, They are doomed, That is agreed. The Qur’an Understand the plan, It’s not in order, It goes like this, Longer chapters first, Then they get shorter, Except for…

Financial Jihad

Islam is a complete system of living, which has rules, recommendations and prohibitions to organise a Muslims life which all believers must follow. The system incorporates the Qur’an and the Sunnah of Muhammad into the Islamic law, Shari’ah.All Muslims are ordered by Allah in the Qur’an to refer any disputes to Allah and his Messenger…

Islamic Blueprint – Killing children in Islam

On 22nd May 2017, four days before Ramadan, there was a Jihad attack at concert in Manchester, UK, where mainly young girls and most likely a guardian would be attending. At this present time it’s reported 22 people are dead and over 100 injured, many in intensive care, the youngest person who died was an…

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 surrounding…

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 One, 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…