Letters


It is commonly believed that humor has no place in religion. But answers to “Letters to the Editor” demonstrate that a toe-hold can be created not only for humor, but also for various literary features that generate interest.In turns, cool, witty, uncompromising, provoking, tough, forthright, humorous, yet educative – the answers have demonstrated that religious discussions need not be high and dry boorish.


While tender, emotional, and Eastern minds feel offended by some answers, many broad-minded readers have repeatedly suggested their publication in book form. Rather than feeling offended, the reader might remember that this is a new genre of writing, a new experiment in religious literature, and that we live in a world which is increasingly in short supply of delight.


Letters to the Editor

January, 2001

On Indus Valley Civilization, Wishing to Divorce, Waiting Period and more..

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December, 2000

On islam in USA, ismailis, addresses and more…

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November, 2000

On facing off innovations, solutions un-islamic, kinds of divorce, pagan customs and many more …

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October, 2000

On ruhullah, attending a shi’ah marriage, family planning, songs, hajj and umrah, in auspicious numbers and many more…

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September, 2000

On tv ads, the mahdi, changing places, a major sin, the educated and bid’ah and many more…

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August, 2000

On grave covering, in the name of salaf, what is riba, the mahdi, women into mosques and many more …

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June, 2000

On a call to tawhid, a shameful celebration, hoo-haa for nothing, a taharah problem, a 21-gun salute and many more…

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January, 2000

On paradise for an unbeliever, a bad father, an uncontrollable temper, slavery and more …

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