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Deceptively Simplistic – Analysing the Agnostics’ Critique Of The Quran

In our current socio-political milieu, the world of Islam is coming under close scrutiny by the rest of the humanity .especially the West. Islamophobia is a veritable industry and immoral individuals make their fortunes by generating racial hatred towards Muslims. … Continue reading

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Ask Those Who Read The Book Before You – A QG Response

One of the salient arguments in Biblical Quranism (the quranist approach which seeks to elaborate and conjoin Quran with the Bible) is that the Prophet was told to ask those who read the Bible if he was in doubt. This … Continue reading

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A Commentary on the Traditional Salat (Prayers)

The traditional ritual prayers is most visible practice in Islam. It is known to Muslims and also to the world at large and easily recognized as an indicator of Muslim presence. In the UK, Muslim immigration in the 1960ies is … Continue reading

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A Commentary on Allah’s Most Beautiful Names (Al-Asmaa Al-Husna)

The ninety-nine names of Allah or al-asmaa al-husna is a famous notion in Traditional Islamic Discourse. We are told that Allah has ninety-names in Quran and that these names give a balanced and beautiful account of His attributes. I personally … Continue reading

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The Concept of Intercession in Quran – A QG Analysis

The intercession of Prophet Muhammad is an acknowledged concept in Sunni Islam. Even f the Salafees who are well known for their strictness regarding the purity of tawheed (monotheism) acknowledge the doctrine of intercession simply because it is found ‘authentic’ … Continue reading

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The Position of Quran in Islamic Tradition – Implications

There has been a long standing debate between the Ahl As-Sunnah (Traditionalists) and the Mu’tazilah (Rationalists) camps in Islam with the with regards to the nature of Quran. The Traditionalists say that Quran is uncreated (ghayr makhluq). It has always … Continue reading

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Reclaiming Anfal-Tawba from The Islamofascists Pt 3 – The Light of Allah

Ch 8/9 of Quran – Anfal/Tawba – is said to contain some of the most controversial instructions to Muslims. These instructions are found in Traditional Exegeses and are said to narrate a war against Pagans. However, we believe this outlook … Continue reading

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