jesus in islam


Christians brought up in the West are often surprised to discover Muslims who are familiar with the life and teachings of Jesus through the teachings and scriptures of Islam, while they themselves are unlikely to have learned anything about the Prophet Muhammad at church.   



jihad, terrorism & suicide bombing


Islam stands firmly against terrorism. Islam views such acts as crimes of the worst type because they are aimed at defenseless civilians. Islam condemns such operations without hesitation. Nothing can justify the perpetration of the heinous crime of suicide bombing and no argument can be put to justify it in the name of Islam. 



justice in islam

The sole purpose of sending the prophets was to establish Justice in the world and end injustice. Broadly speaking, doing justice means giving everyone his due. But this simple statement camouflages all the complexities of life in their myriad and ever-changing relations; all the temptations; all the apprehensions and concerns; all the conflicts and dilemmas.



Khilaafah is the very Rule of Law, the most stable and certain divine law in the world, which liberates all human beings from the arbitrary rule of men and guarantees the security of life, property, and honor for all its inhabitants. This law-governed space is called Daar al-Islaam, in which the Khaliifah, rules according to the Sharii'ah, and plural religious communities coexist enjoying religious self-governance. 


lessons from christmas


Both Muslims and serious Christians can learn a lot from Christmas, the annual celebration of the victory of paganism over the religion of Prophet I'sa (Jesus Christ), (peace be upon him). However, this cannot be used to disregard the holiday as merely an exercise in ancient pagan practices or excessive consumerism.