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3 Differences Between Shura & Democracy (Part 3)

3 Differences Between Shura & Democracy (Part 3)

The reference of shura is divine, but the application is human. This means that it is man who chooses the ruler through the process of paying the pledge of alliance and shura...
Last Updated on Sunday, 25 January 2015 10:07

Shura & Democracy: Any Difference? (Part 2)

Shura & Democracy: Any Difference? (Part 2)
“If I would not appoint you, who would you suggest, O Ali?” He said: “Uthman”. And when he said to Uthman: “If I would not appoint you, who would you suggest?” He said: “Ali...
Last Updated on Monday, 26 January 2015 06:31

Shia-Sunni Divide: Bridging the Gap for Peace - 2

Shia-Sunni Divide: Bridging the Gap for Peace - 2
It may be worthwhile to take a side-step for a short time and take a look at the forefathers of Islam and Judaism and how the divisions likewise split two great nations to this day...
Last Updated on Sunday, 18 January 2015 08:40

Quranic Verses Misinterpreted as Teaching Violence

Quranic Verses Misinterpreted as Teaching Violence
Some people wrongly accuse Islam of teaching violence based on an improper understanding of few verses that were addressed to a specific group of people, with a specific historical background.
Last Updated on Thursday, 08 January 2015 14:00

Innovation: Is It Allowed in Islam?

Innovation: Is It Allowed in Islam?
What exactly is bid'ah? The Arabic word bid'ah came from the root word Ibdaa', to create something from nothing, without an earlier occurrence or presence. Traditional Muslim scholars deliberated bid'
Last Updated on Tuesday, 06 January 2015 09:23

Shura & Democracy-1 (Sheikh Bin Bayyah)

Shura & Democracy-1 (Sheikh Bin Bayyah)
Shura is an Islamic ruling system. It represents a deep search to come up with a pleasing solution. Shura is a principle and a system to which the gracious Quran and the Prophetic Sunnah called.
Last Updated on Monday, 26 January 2015 06:30

Hijab in the Bible and Torah-2

Hijab in the Bible and Torah-2
Although the Jewish hijab is a symbol of submission it is also a badge of honor. For Jewish and Muslim women modesty is an important part of their faith, influencing their daily lives in many ways...
Last Updated on Thursday, 25 December 2014 08:28

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