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  • hats off! Don't put what God says in the Qur'an into my mouth. The Qur'an does not permit...
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  • Dear Naseer Ahmed, You have produced a really scholarly piece to dismiss Radwan's arguments to make changes in the Qur'an to remove contradictions...
    ( By muhammd yunus )
  • The article as well as the comments make it clear that there is no command...
    ( By Naseer Ahmed )
  • Dr Abdul Haleem translates mushrik as idolater when it means polytheist. The Buddhists are idolaters but they are not polytheists. So also ...
    ( By Naseer Ahmed )
  • so mr. muhammad yunus says without actually saying that muslim wonem should not marry kuffar men. especially since his mentor holds such ...
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  • the principle of mutuality suggests that if those who accept/believe are allowed to kill those who did not accept or believe, then ...
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  • M.Yunus Saheb, You make good point; “…remoteness of the Qur’anic ideals from many Islamic societies ...
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  • I agree with what Yunus Sb says on the subject. The wisdom of the Quran in neither permitting it explicitly nor prohibiting ...
    ( By Naseer Ahmed )
  • Dear Rashid Samnakay, Ghulam Mohiuddin Sbs My jt. publication leaves this blurred signal for such a marriage for the onlooker to see its color...
    ( By muhammd yunus )
  • Where can we find an imam who would perform interfaith marriage۔۔۔
    ( By Rashid Samnakay )
  • In the Quran, Muhsrikin is not synonymous with Kafirin. The Quran makes...
    ( By Naseer Ahmed )
  • Good analysis! Thank you Ghaus sahib.
    ( By Ghulam Mohiyuddin )
  • Esack's assertion, "my theology is about a God that is essentially...
    ( By Ghulam Mohiyuddin )
  • Feridoun Fathi what you are stating here is mere taquiya . The interpretation of the entire Quran is as per convenience...
    ( By Ashok Chohan )
  • Behare Lal Dhar , In Arabic, Jihad means endeavor. endeavor for betterment of the society, endeavor to defend....
    ( By Feridoun Fathi )
  • Firstly , why are you writing under a pseudonym , Rajeesh Jaf ? Love jihad is carried out under pseudonyms , so it is hateful...
    ( By Ashok Chohan )
  • Ashok Chohan , reg jihad word., is any of yur in and around are jihad, did they ever tel u to come under Islam laws ...
    ( By Rajeesh Jaf )
  • Om Parkash Verma you are very intelligent . Kindly explain this to Hafiz...
    ( By Ashok Chohan )
  • Sir jehad means fight against nafs (mind) which is an agent of Shaitan
    ( By Om Parkash Verma )
  • There are few apologetic keywords to defend the hate verses of Quran - "Out of context", "Wrong Interpretation", "bad Translation", "Madini...
    ( By Vijay Tiwari )
  • Then what is correct explain
    ( By Behare Lal Dhar )
  • Ajit Singh Mankotia what abiut RSS plan of akand bharath...
    ( By Shafeeq Mohammad )
  • Feridoun Fathi What about Gazw-e Hind.'
    ( By Ajit Singh Mankotia )
  • No doubt, Quran is perfect.. the problem comes in its interpretation, the word....
    ( By Feridoun Fathi )
  • Gulfaraz Ahmed Malik I have no issues with Islam perse, and certainly nurture no need to advise Muslims on the matter...
    ( By Ashok Chohan )
  • Gulfaraz Ahmed Malik They will come up with what about this.. what about that!
    ( By Jakir Mohemed )
  • Let us suppose that there is a need of reform in Islam Ashok ji can you point out any flaw less system in present world...
    ( By Gulfaraz Ahmed Malik )
  • They will come up with what about this.. what about that.
    ( By Jakir Mohemed )
  • It is dangerous to debate for or against Quran.
    ( By Jnanendra Singha )
  • Dear non Muslim.brothers & sisters, b4 finding fault with Quran & Islam, pls do read Dr. Tahir...
    ( By Humera Fathima )
  • Oh ! Humanism is haram in islam ! How can it possible muslims be human !
    ( By Devannagol ManZunadh )
  • It's, not possible to reform people... who blindly, follow their religion, feel...
    ( By Prakash Shetty )
  • Extremist organization like ISIS etc r not representing islam but fighting...
    ( By Abdul Razak )
  • All the people are free to accept whatever they like or feel better or best. BUT for muslims it is THE QURAN and sunnat...
    ( By Azhar Jameel )
  • Where can we find an imam who would perform interfaith marriage...
    ( By Wira Alkozai )
  • So if a person is born in a muslim family and on becoming adult he wishes...
    ( By Nikhil Tomar )
  • All the peoples mean all the adults.
    ( By Azhar Jameel )
  • Then why are there at least five schools of thought in Islam ? ? and...
    ( By Piyush Mukherjee )
  • But all follow the teaching of QURAN & SUNNAT of Profet MUHAMMAD SAW may...
    ( By Azhar Jameel )
  • Then why jihad ??? You practice what you want I practice what I want !!!! Azhar Jameel
    ( By Ramkrishna V Kamath )
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    Ijtihad, Rethinking Islam

    The Quran Is the Perfect, Infallible Word of God, Even If All the Muslims Misunderstand It
    Naseer Ahmed, New Age Islam

    Islamic theology is mostly un-Islamic and needs extensive reform of a fundamental nature. It is full of utter nonsense. It is not very much different from what the extremists believe which is why it can never effectively counter them. To give you an example, in Islamic theology, kafir has come to mean a non-Muslim which is not the meaning of the word in the Quran at all. Now if you read the Quran giving the word such a meaning, and when this word in its various grammatical forms appears in the Quran more than 300 times, you can imagine the havoc it plays with the meaning of the Quran! What is the solution? The solution is to show exactly what meaning the Quran gives to this word with the help of the Quranic verses. Is that possible? It is possible to very precisely define what it means and what it does not mean after which the Quran reads very differently and makes very good sense. With the wrong meaning it sounds absolutely grotesque. By changing the meaning of one word, the word of God can be transformed into the word of Satan.

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    "Now, you have broadly two categories of Muslims. One, the more educated, cosmopolitan Muslim. This category is angry, but hopeful. They know India is much more than this (bitter, fragile, divisive). So they are hopeful too. And on the other, you have the insular section. What they are feeling now is despair. They are vulnerable." And this is potentially dangerous, he says....

     
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    Islamic Society

    Dear diary, this afternoon at university an acquaintance approached me and said: 'I want to have a debate with you. I heard you're an atheist.' It was an expression of disbelief, as if to ask: 'How do you function?' She wanted to know where I get my morals from. For her, morality comes from religion and without faith you can't be expected to have morals. Later that afternoon I text all my friends. 'Stop telling people I'm an atheist. I don't want to die.' I must learn that discretion is a good thing."....

     
    Current Affairs

    Let’s Pause and Think
    Javaid Gillani

    We have, willingly or unwillingly, sanctioned and accepted use of violence as a means to resolve issues.  Violence and its use are now central to our lives. It doesn't take us much to come to blows even on petty matters. Unless we reject the use of violence in strong, unequivocal and no uncertain terms and without attaching any preconditions we would go deeper and deeper in this quagmire with no chances of redemption. We are at a stage, where this violence is taking a serious radical turn. The time to stop it is now....

     
    Radical Islamism and Jihad

    As Indonesia Targets Islamist Hard-Liners, Even Rights Groups Object
    Jon Emont

    Still, experts cautioned that the ban may not be effective. Hizbut Tahrir functioned as an underground university-based organization during the Suharto dictatorship in the 1980s and 1990s, and may well try to return to those roots. “Of all the Islamic organizations in Indonesia, this is the one that’s most likely to be able to survive underground,” said Ken Ward, a former intelligence analyst with the Australian government who has studied the group, citing its secrecy....

     
    The War Within Islam

    Pakistan’s Baloch: Life on the Margins of Punjab
    Karlos Zurutuza

    It’s possible that the world has, indeed, forgotten the Baloch people, but has anyone forgotten Balochistan? Let’s take a look. Obama needs it for his oil pipeline, TAPI, Iran and India need it for the IPI (Iran-Pakistan-India), and so does Qatar. China’s constructing a gateway to the Persian Gulf at the port of Gwadar. Meanwhile Australia, Canada and Chile are extracting tons of gold and copper from Baluchistan’s enormous reserves, the second largest in Asia. The greedy scramble for Baluchistan’s treasures will probably heat up even more when the vast stores of petroleum and uranium hidden beneath its deserts are opened up....

     
    Radical Islamism and Jihad

    ISIS, Battered but Still Potent, Returns to Its Insurgent Roots
    Ben Hubbard

    “O brothers, I call upon you to rise up wherever you are and to surround them and monitor them, then attack them and kill them,” a Chechen suicide bomber said in a video released posthumously last month. “The disbelievers have gathered today from every faith and attacked the caliphate, but this had only added to our faith and courage.” American officials acknowledged the difficulty of fighting the group online....

     
    Radical Islamism and Jihad

    Ever since the al-Qaida attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, that focus has shifted to radical jihadists. Yet both types of extremists remain very active. "We have a jihadist terrorism problem. But we also have a neo-Nazi, far right-wing terrorism problem,"...

     
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    Radical Islamism and Jihad

    Refuting ISIS While Interpreting the Quranic Verse ‘Kill the Mushrikin Wherever You Find Them’
    Ghulam Ghaus Siddiqi, New Age Islam

    The fact that the biggest terrorists since the advent of Islam were the Kharijites, who used Islamic titles, appearances and mercilessly killed the rightly guided caliphs and Muslims, is also that ISIS as neo-Kharijites have adopted the same tactics to kill the modern-day Muslims and non-Muslims living under the peace-pact environment. These neo-Kharijites have shattered the true image of Islam, committed heinous crimes and distorted the historical fact of the rightly guided caliphate. In their mouthpiece “Rumiyah” magazine, they repeatedly misinterpret the war-related verses for terrorist propaganda and recruitment; it is, therefore, our responsibility as Muslims to correctly interpret those verses in a bid to thwart their ambitions....

    Ijtihad, Rethinking Islam

    Islam’s Reform:  Can Passages of the Quran Be Cherry-Picked — To Embrace What Is Appealing and To Skirt around What Is Not? That Is the Question
    Javed Anand

    But now enters a British Muslim, Hassan Radwan. In an article recently published by the online portal New Age Islam, he makes an altogether radical prescription for salvaging Islam from “the hard-line literalists undermining the soul of a loving, universal creed”. According to him, “Liberal and progressive interpretations depend mostly on nuanced readings of the Quran and Sunna, or forcing new meanings out of them. But by playing the extremists’ game of interpreting the texts, we allow them a semblance of legitimacy. We also give them the opportunity to come back with theological workarounds”. So, what is to be done? Radwan’s answer: “We Muslims need to take the bold step of challenging the very idea that the Quran and Sunna are infallible.” But how can the Quran, the word of God, be fallible? Simple. “The Quran is not the speech of God”, he maintains, quoting several modern-day Muslim scholars as also quite a few from the early period of Islam in support. According to Radwan, once Muslims accept that the Quran is not the Word of God, they can “unashamedly cherry-pick” from among the Quranic verses, accepting the good ones and rejecting the bad. Like the Christian reformists did 500 years ago?...

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    Is Islamic Reform Possible? 'Should We Just Accept That Quran Is Not Perfect, Infallible Word of God, If Nearly All Muslims Misundetstand It?'
    Hassan Radwan, New Age Islam

    Yet it has to be asked if Islam is perfect and has absolutely nothing to do with the actions of extremists like ISIS or regimes like Saudi Arabia - then why is it that these Muslims have so grossly misunderstood their religion? When one points out actions such as execution of apostates and gays they tell us this is completely against Islam and Islam is very clear about it. But then why don’t these groups and regimes realise they are going completely against Islam. Don’t they realise the terrible mistake they are making when it is all so clear and obvious? The truth is that it is not as clear and obvious as they claim....

    Islam and the West

    Stemming the Ever Rising Tide of Islamophobia in America by Removing Misperceptions
    Muhammad Yunus, New Age Islam

    In the perception of many Americans who are, if anything, more afraid of Islam today than before, the Sharia Law is inhuman and a threat to American civilization and must be banned. The perception, based on Islamophobic literature is reinforced by ISIS’s justification of its horrendous crimes by the Sharia Law of Islam. The American Muslims on the other hand glorify Sharia Law of Islam as a treasure-chest of noble rulings, without realizing that in the hands of the terror outfits and their ideologues of this era it has lost all its nobility and became an evil institution that is justifiably dreaded and abhorred by the lay Americans...

    Islamic Ideology

    Islam and Mysticism: Is ‘Ruh’ Soul? (Part 2)
    Naseer Ahmed, New Age Islam

    The Quran has come by inspiration to the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh). The verse also says that what has come by inspiration is not all “mystical” knowledge, but only a little. However, another verse 5:3 says “This day have I perfected your religion for you, completed My favour upon you, and have chosen for you Islam as your religion”. The primary purpose of the revelation was therefore to give mankind the complete Deen or the Islamic way of life, while also giving us a little of the “mystical” knowledge on a need to know basis or to the extent we are capable of understanding using similitudes or allegorical language....

    Islamic Ideology

    Islam and Mysticism: Is ‘Nafs’ Soul? (Part - 1)
    Naseer Ahmed, New Age Islam

    What is mysticism without the soul? But do we have a soul? The primary meaning of "soul" in all religions and cultures is the non-material or “spiritual” part of our "true-self", with a consciousness and intelligence of its own, even without our body and without our brain, which does not die when our body dies, and perhaps existed even before we were born. No such thing exists nor is it recognized by Science or by the Quran. Even though such a concept of soul is illogical and unscientific, and there is no empirical evidence of its existence within us or within others, the belief in the existence of such a soul in all religions and cultures including among Muslims is very strong....

    Islamic Ideology
    The Moral Edifice of Islam
    Moin Qazi, New Age Islam

    The Moral Edifice of Islam
    Moin Qazi, New Age Islam

    The motif that binds the symphony of faith into a symbol of hope is love. Where love is, there God is.   Love is that flame which when it rises, burns everything, only God remains. The whole individuality is dissolved in the ocean of eternal bliss .Love is the attribute of God. We all share the same spark of the divine. God is every person's goal. He is   the ultimate beloved .To be in love with other than Him is metaphorical love. ..

    Interfaith Dialogue

    Were Your Ancestors Forced To Convert To Islam? Probably Not
    Hassam Munir

    In the Qur’ān, Muslims are reminded that “[t]here shall be no compulsion in [acceptance of] the religion [of Islam]” (2:256). Classical commentators on the Qur’ān, such as the famous Ismā‘īl ibn Kathīr (d. 1373), and more recent ones such as Sayyid Qutb (d. 1966) and Mawdūdī (d. 1979) are in agreement that this passage forbids any form of coercing non-Muslims into embracing Islam. [1] However, many (if not most) of the people who express curiosity about whether Islam spread “by the sword” are interested in whether this is a historical reality....

    Ijtihad, Rethinking Islam

    If Sharia Is Divine, Why Don’t Ulema Demand Medieval Punishments Of Flogging, Amputation And Beheading For Muslims?
    Sultan Shahin, Founding Editor, New Age Islam

    The Muslim reaction to Javed Akhtar’s tweet can be summed up by what Khalid Yunus Ansari wrote in Pratap of 11 September: “There has never been any dearth of opportunists and traitors among Muslims. These people may appear intelligent and educated but are ignorant of Muslim mores. … A real Muslim is one who consciously and even sub-consciously believes in and follows Islamic Laws, someone who cannot even imagine finding fault with or challenging or violating any of them. Even imagining any fault with Muslim Laws is absolute kufr (disbelief), not to speak of expressing such thoughts.”

    I have been reading Urdu newspapers for 45 years. While Muslims have been constantly fighting for the so-called Muslim Personal Law which allows them to treat women as inferior beings, never have I come across any Muslim demand for being governed by Islamic criminal laws. If Sharia is so important, if it is such a vital part of our faith, then why this dichotomy? Except for drinking alcohol, punishments for all other hudud crimes (mentioned in the Quran, considered crimes against God) are to be amputation, flogging and beheading. One would have thought that at least those Muslims who are so particular about following Sharia, and, of course, all ulema who consider Sharia divine would demand the implementation of the entire Sharia. Why follow only the part that helps keep women subjugated and avoid those that may lead to severe medieval punishments specified by Quran and Hadees....

    Islam and Politics

    The Muslim clerics may have a valid reason to disassociate Islam from such audio messages, but their silence and failure to condemn it in strong terms may give the impression to the common people in the community that they are not against it. Since Muslim intellectuals are not ready to confront the challenge of Jihadi radicals like Zakir Musa and others, the Muslim masses are bound to follow the dictates of the self-serving Ulema/ Islamist Indians.....

    Islam and Sectarianism

    The Sunni-Shia Discord: Can These Divisions Be Healed?
    Ikram Ahmed, New Age Islam

    Thus, these former Zoroastrians became sympathetic to this new sect that attracted political and spiritual dissidents. The new sect had some eclectic ideas drawn from Greek Philosophy, Neo Platonic, Gnosticism, Zoroastrian messianic tradition and Christianity. So it was able to provide with an alternative that resembled their former belief system. For example, the belief about the sanctity of the blood of house of David resembled the concept of the sanctity of the Imam, a direct descendent from the blood line of the progeny of Ali and Fatima.  This also bears a resemblance to the Christian idea that “the Messiah has arisen from the sacred blood.”...

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    Islamic Ideology

    The Terrorist Acts of ISIS Are Categorically Forbidden—Evidences from the Quran and Hadith
    Ghulam Ghaus Siddiqi, New Age Islam

    There is not an iota of doubt that the crimes of ISIS — beheading, killing of innocent people including Muslims and non-Muslims, bombing public places, suicide attacks or disfiguring the dead bodies—all are categorically forbidden and anti-Islamic acts. Compare such acts of ISIS to the following Quranic verses and a number of Ahadith and it will be clear ISIS does not represent the true form of Islam. ….

    Islamic Ideology

    AN EPILOGUE TO THE RECENT ANTI-SHARIA LAW RALLIES ACROSS AMERICAN CITIES: The Dichotomy between Sharia Law of Islam (Islamic Law) and the Sharia of Islam
    Muhammad Yunus, New Age Islam

    So the Muslims of the world – especially its leaders and educated elite must clearly understand the black and white distinction between ‘Sharia of Islam’ and the ‘Sharia Law of Islam’ (‘Islamic Law’) as this paper attempts to expound in very simple but compelling terms - otherwise they will live in perpetual confusion and chaos and allow a handful of proponents of Sharia Law to form mini-Caliphates, terrorize the whole world and create mayhems in their own lands.....

    Radical Islamism and Jihad

    Refuting ISIS’ Magazine ‘Rumiyah’ That Ignores the Context of Quran's Verses To Forcefully Justify its Atrocities
    Ghulam Ghaus Siddiqi, New Age Islam

    In order to justify their terror attacks, they repeatedly quote the verse 9:14 “Fight them and Allah will punish them through your hands”. Again in the article titled “The Ruling On the Belligerent Christians” (Rumiyah: 9th issue, page 10),they have referred to the same verse out of context in order to kill all those who do not belong to their ideology which is commonly called Wahhabism or Salafism.   Before proceeding further into refuting ISIS, it must be noted that the US and some of its Arab allies are trying to eradicate the terrorist outfit ISIS from the face of the earth....

    Islam,Terrorism and Jihad

    Facing The Jihadist Challenge: Muslims Need To Refute Jihadis’ Xenophobic, Supremacist, Millenarian Thesis And Focus On Islamic Pluralism, Says Sultan Shahin At UNHRC In Geneva
    Sultan Shahin, Editor, New Age Islam

    Facing the brutalities of Islamist terror, while President Obama will not go beyond calling it violent extremism, the head of Sunni Islam's oldest seat of learning, Jamia al-Azhar admitted in a counter-terrorism conference in Mecca that extremism was caused by “corrupt interpretations of Quran and the sayings of Prophet Muhammad”, and Islamic curriculums needed to change.

    This call for reform, coming from Jamia Al-Azhar, is gratifying. But a half-hearted approach to reform will not work. The problems Muslims face are very basic and cannot be solved with mere tinkering with text-books. The global Muslim community will have to introspect. One question repeatedly asked, for instance, is about the contextual verses of the holy Quran that are utilised by Jihadists to brainwash our youth. Jihadists present these contextual verses as an eternal guide for Muslims.

    One would imagine that the followers of Islam who believe, and many certainly do, that Islam is a religion of spirituality, peace, coexistence and tolerance, would be up in arms against the Islamic State. But while routine denunciations from some sections do come occasionally, there is no outrage visible in the Muslim society. The world cannot help noticing that while tens of thousands of Muslims come out on streets to demonstrate the moment there is an allegation of so-called blasphemy against any one, hardly any Muslim would protest at the myriad brutalities perpetrated by Islamist terrorists.

    Clearly there is something wrong, some disconnect, some deeper and more complex phenomenon at work than what can be understood from a superficial look at the issue. Instead of expressing outrage, we find thousands of Muslim young men and women running from their comfortable homes, private schools and cushy jobs to fight and join in the brutalities of the so-called Islamic State. Some 12,000 Muslim young men and women are said to have joined so far from 80 countries……

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