Not a single Western country has so far ordered the expulsion of Israeli diplomats in protest over the mass killings of Palestinian civilians… more »Read more »
Syed Iqbal Zaheer, a mechanical engineer by training and profession, is today a well-known researcher and writer on Islam, its culture and civilization. Quite apart from the Tafsir Ishraq al-Ma’ani, the fourteen-volume commentary on the Qur’an, he is also the author of numerous books and booklets on Islam.
Recently, he headed, in his capacity as the Chief Editor, the ambitious ‘An Educational Encyclopedia of Islam’ project which is a two-volume, 1300 multi- colour page, compendium of knowledge on Islam, its civilization and heritage. The Young Muslim Digest, one of the most authentic periodicals on Islam in English has been edited by him since the last three decades.
No one, Muslim or otherwise, should excuse themselves for missing the spiritual pleasure that Islam alone affords in the form of the Ramadan fasts.Read more »
It’s not the dagger. Your dishonesty is despite your assumed objectivity in writings. You know it’s the arrow – the arrow of Islam – that frets you.Read more »
According to both the uneducated as well as those taught a few ahadith (in English), the Fiqh A’immah (the four Imams) appeared some two hundred years after the Prophet.Read more »
The Islamic system of governance neither theocratic, nor monarchic, nor oligarchic, nor democratic. It is neither capitalistic nor socialistic. It is Islamic.Read more »
The perspective of biological scientists has begun to change and gravitate towards skepticism regarding DarwinismRead more »
Though not in the strict sense of the physicists, but, implicitly, life defies the second law of thermodynamics.Read more »
We need to fight out the greatest of all Fitan, that strikes almost every individual, viz. ignorance of the Qur’an & Sunnah and excessive love of the world.Read more »
With failure staring hard on their faces, the evolutionists have attacked the ‘design’ concept.Read more »
Lack of enthusiasm for life and its activities, chronic laziness, lethargy, and negativity, are diseases that seem to have struck the Ummah at a wide scale.Read more »
Symbiotic simultaneity militates against any notion of gradual increases in biochemical complexity vis-a vis piecemeal incrementalism.Read more »
It is feared that, soon, if one has to describe the Indian-Ummah today, with one word most characteristic of it, it would be ‘Gulag.’Read more »
The assumed origin and development of organs and organelles through mutation, which works randomly, does not fit into the evolutionary mechanism.Read more »