Muslims are special targets today. But that doesn’t mean they are a special people.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.
“Has Political Islam Failed?” Comments on the televised discussion conducted at the Oxford Union Hall.Read more »
God’s revelation, expressed ‘in words’ (the Qur’an), or in ‘sense and meaning’ (the Sunnah), is complete. They can be expanded and elaborated upon, but cannot be added on.Read more »
We are often asked whether humans, in general, and Muslims in particular, can enjoy a two-way communication with their Lord.Read more »
Violence has been a mere joke for the Western nations in their history. If it has subsided in their region, it is because – apart from other reasons – they have learnt to export it.Read more »
It is impossible for anyone to escape asking himself the question: “Where do I go next?”Read more »
The character and personality of a girlfriend is quite different from the character and personality of a wife.Read more »
An incisive analysis of Tony Blair’s recent address to Western leaders in LondonRead more »
An Islamic state cannot be superimposed. It is a product of a people’s beliefs and practices; something akin to a culture.Read more »
While the moral condition – and, thereby, the socio-economic condition – deteriorates by the day all over the globe, the East looks relatively more stable than the Western world.Read more »
West’s disregard of honorable principles and policies, is pushing it to the ignoble status of a perpetrator of violence and destruction for small gains which is rendering it low in the esteem of other nations.Read more »
The robustness of the Shariah derives from a cogent and logical system of checks and balances that is not put off by way of mere allegations and externally influenced desires, howsoever humanitarian, against any of its legal measures.Read more »
In times of internal schism within the Muslim world, the definitive agenda of the rebels has been in their effort to deflect the movement of the Ummah along the safely trodden path of the Salaf, the earliest predecessors.Read more »