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Islamic Ideology (17 Jun 2019 NewAgeIslam.Com)




TOTAL COMMENTS:-   9


  • Vilification of Muslims all the time has become Hats Off's new religion!

    By Ghulam Mohiyuddin - 6/21/2019 12:01:15 PM



  • "However it is also a fact that in Madina Muslims faced a greater hostility from non Muslim tribes."

    oh really! that they did after 13 years of continuous abuse of their culture, practices, idols and their past - this doesn't count?

    leaving that aside, can mr arshad tell us if christians, buddhists and other proselytizing religions to carry out conversion in ANY islamic nation? even a single one? they sealed this nonsense with a death for apostasy ruling.

    insecurity is at the heart of the stupid support of a one-way conversion. this is directly a consequence of the intolerant islamic core principle of "corruption" of "other" religions. it is sheer hubris.

    they are just as much corrupted as islam is or no religion is corrupted.

    it cannot be the case that heads i win and tails you lose.

    By hats off! - 6/21/2019 4:34:36 AM



  • In order to spread his other lies Naseer sb. has to first call me an "apostate"! That shows his low level of argumentation.


    By Ghulam Mohiyuddin Faruki - 6/18/2019 12:55:37 PM



  • The apostate Ghuam Mohiyuddin sb lies when he accuses the Quran of having verses that preach hate, intolerance and violence. What else can be expected from an apostate?



    By Naseer Ahmed - 6/18/2019 3:20:42 AM



  • The author’s approach to judge conventional explanation of the Quran is itself based on a part of conventional materials. In order to reject some part of conventional explanation, he has applied another part of it but for a different purpose, that is, to indirectly consider that all mainstream Muslims’ approach was at fault.    

    There is nothing new in this article except for being dependent on speculation so as to term entirety of the conventional explanation a result of ‘misreading’.

    As for Makki and Madani verses, there are, though, huge differences among scholars who played their sincere role in doing what they thought to be acceptable to God, the most authentic one which gathered majority of Muslims on mainstream platform in every century is taken to be akin to definite argument.

    However, this much is not enough for deducing any ruling, as a jurist has to take into consideration all verses related to a ruling so as to reach the understanding of the Divine texts.


    By Ghulam Ghaus Siddiqi, غلام غوث الصديقي - 6/17/2019 11:25:53 PM



  • The author’s approach to judge conventional explanation of the Quran is itself based on a part of conventional materials. In order to reject some part of conventional explanation, he has applied another part of it but for a different purpose, that is, to indirectly consider that all mainstream Muslims’ approach was at fault.    

    There is nothing new in this article except for being dependent on speculation so as to term entirety of the conventional explanation a result of ‘misreading’.

    As for Makki and Madani verses, there are, though, huge differences among scholars who played their sincere role in doing what they thought to be acceptable to God, the most authentic one which gathered majority of Muslims on mainstream platform in every century is taken to be akin to definite argument.

    However, this much is not enough for deducing any ruling, as a jurist has to take into consideration all verses related to a ruling so as to reach the understanding of the Divine texts.


    By Ghulam Ghaus Siddiqi, غلام غوث الصديقي - 6/17/2019 11:25:53 PM



  • The article gives a new insight into the war and peace verses of the holy Quran. However it is also a fact that in Madina Muslims faced a greater hostility from non Muslim tribes. This compelled them to fight, but not always in defence as the writer has rightly pointed out. Muslims would present the message to Kings which were sometimes accepted and most of the times was rejected. They saw Muslims a otential threat and start hostilities resulting in war. 
    By Arshad - 6/17/2019 8:41:15 PM



  • Pastor Durie and Naseer sb. approach the issue with opposite prejudices and reach conclusions that bolster their prejudices.
    A sensible and practical approach would be to consider all verses promoting peace, righteousness and brotherhood to be the true revelations and to dismiss all verses that preach hate, intolerance and violence to be either interpolations or contingent, and hence void.

    By Ghulam Mohiyuddin Faruki - 6/17/2019 12:26:03 PM



  • The subject is covered fully, based on the Quran alone, in my articles:

    The Prophetic Mission is divided into four distinct phases and could have ended with phase 1, phase 2, or phase 3. That it completed all four phases is incidental. There is no contradiction between what is revealed in any of the four phases with what is revealed in other phases.

    The Message is a seamless continuum as is evident from the following articles:

    1.       The Story of the Prophetic mission of Muhammad (pbuh) from the Qu’ran (part 1): The early opposition

    2.       (Part 2): The Clear Warning to the Meccan Pagans

    3.       (Part 3): Important Pointers from the Stories of the Prophets

    4.       (Part 4): The Medinian Period

    5.       (Concluding Part) Summary

    1.       (Part 6): The People of the Book and Jiziya

    The Quran is a Book of revelations and not a book of theology or any other _logy.

    Islamic scholars have confused both the Message and understanding early Islamic history. This is covered in my articles:

    By Naseer Ahmed - 6/17/2019 5:58:28 AM