Monthly Archives: August 2012


No time for holidays

“There is no time for holidays” “When you realise how little time there is, and how much work has to be done for Islam.”

Dr. Abu Ameenah Bilal Philips.



In the Shadow of the Sword by Tom Holland – review

In the recent British Channel 4 program ‘Islam: the untold story’, author Tom Holland seems profiting by proposing an alternative bizarre explanation for Islam. In his blog, Paul Williams shares an insightful review by Glen Bowersock on Holland’s book which explain his half baked tabloid scholarship.

Calling Christians

Bismillahir Rahmanir Raheem
بِسۡمِ ٱللهِ ٱلرَّحۡمَـٰنِ ٱلرَّحِيمِ ,

Article by Br. Imtiyaz Nawaz [India].

The Qur’an and Bible says Worship the creator not the Creation of God [Jesus]. The Qur’an gives us strong evidence that Jesus is not God and he was created as a man. Just as many men before him by their very nature did miracles with God’s help, he too as a prophet (like the many before him) was aided by God in doing miracles (Acts 2:21-22). Christians are deluded  from the truth and they fail to understand who God really is. Does the Bible support claims which the Qur’an has laid down about Jesus? Let’s take a close look at the Bible, as it says itself not to worship God’s Creation including Jesus.

Allah says in Quran Chapter 5 Verse 75,

✔ CHRIST the son of Mary was NO MORE THAN A MESSENGER.
✔ There were many…

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Christian Terrorism Comes to Milwaukee | by Mark Juergensmeyer

The recent shootings in Milwaukee Sikh temple is a sad and horrific incident. May Allah protects those who are vulnerable and in critical conditions.

But I wonder what if the gunmen had any sign of being a Muslim background, the media will flood the headlines with Islamic extremism label sort of stuffs.

My point is why the double standards?? As if mainstream media and Christians quickly deny any Christian ideologues for those evil doers. .

An article by Professor Mark Juergensmeyer  a distinguished sociologist of religion titled Christian Terrorism Comes to Milwaukee | in Religion Dispatches blog is an excellent analysis  which highlight this blatant double standard.

Yes if if Osama bin Laden is called Muslim terrorists. certainly Michael Page the Milwaukee gunmen can also be called a Christian terrorist.

Bin Laden and other “Islamic” terror member carried out their crime not for reasons of personal piety (none of them come from religious background, mostly are secular educated engineers) but because they were lured by the image of injustice and oppression from “western” hegemony ie in a war situation. They saw themselves as religious warriors.

And so is Michael Page. The evidence indicates that he thought he was defending the white Christian society against non-white non-Christians invaders. Like TimMcVeigh, and Anders Breivik, it was clear that he battled to save white Christendom.

Demonizing an entire religion is dangerous. It is what I have been watching /listening over the years from the uneducated christian masses when they talk about Islam.


The final days of prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) based on seerah

Christian missionaries often un-shamefully forge their own interpretations of the Quran and Ahadith to discredit the prophet of God like the alleged poisoning of the prophet to prove he is a false prophet.

Here is a video response

U.S. Gunman enter Sikh Temple and guns down 6 people

I wonder what if the gunman had any sign of muslim, the media will flood the headlines with Islamic extremist/terrorist sort of stuffs.

If you look at the photo of the gunman Wade Michael Page, we can see clearly on his tattos, like it or not, he is undoubtedly an excess of Christian extremism. I wonder why is this blatant double standards??

Under the Mountain Bunker

We can’t see Wade Michael Page’s 9/11 tattoo that has been previously reported. But there’s one prominent tattoo we can see clearly on Page’s left shoulder—the number “14” over the Celtic Cross:

Here’s what it means (from ADL’s Visual Database of Extremist Symbols, Logos and Tattoos):


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More gods in Christianity!

Further proofs that Christians bear divine attributes


Question Mark




Sam Shamoun is out with a futile defense to our critique of biblical monotheism wherein we provided proofs that mere Christian believers also partake in divine functionality

As far as Shamoun’s paper is concerned, we would respond to it separately in near future (inshAllah) as there is nothing much than a lot of smokescreen, however, in this paper we would provide further biblical proofs that mere Christian mortals are not merely involved in divine functionalities but they even possess divine attributes!

Our basic premise being: Divine attributes and status fit only to God and cannot be shared with any part of His creation. We would consider some attributes and status which Trinitarians have allocated exclusively for divine Jesus (peace be upon him). Then we would expound how Bible has shared the same attributes…

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