Once a while we need to sit down, take a deep breath and reflect back on our past actions.
The essence of the teachings of Islam are liberal in nature. Islam teaches us to question the traditions brought down to us, which is to not blindly accept the practices of our ancestors.
The education system today failed in its purpose in the first place. Education is designed to produce graduates to fulfil job markets rather than graduates with minds of higher values and ethics.
The whole story in Joker is about the poor being angry with the rich. It reflects the reality today. It shows how the rich are always arrogant, and are careless about the people.
How did the rulers and leaders made the masses submit to them? How were they able to create a religion where they themselves are gods?
This article aims to enlighten the readers with basic skills they should practice in order to identify false interpretations of the Quran. It should also be noted that the writer himself is a student of knowledge, and that any human can be imperfect, therefore, the writer ardently invites the readers to give their opinions out in the comments section. If God willed, I will write a better version of this article in the future.
Why mainstream apologists are failing, and what they must do to improve
Islam is not (exactly) a religion. It is also not (exactly) a way of life.
In this special post, I'll be analyzing a 2005 debate between Dr Shabir Ally and Dr Anis Shorrosh which took place in Glasgow, Scotland. It was the first debate between the two rivals.