[PDF] Abū Bakr’s Befitting Response to a Pagan or an Insult to Another’s Religion?

Critics of Islam often bring up issues that seem to be controversial without providing the proper context for the situation or how such a situation would have been viewed in light of Arab society at the time of the Prophet – peace be upon him. This leads to false information being spread and misleading impressions being given. One such issue is with the wording of a response that the Companion Abū Bakr to one of the pagans. These critics claim that Abū Bakr was unnecessarily insulting and insensitive to the other’s religion. This article will examine the context of this incident and explain how Abū Bakr’s statement would have been viewed by the Arabs during that particular time period.


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[E-book] The sublime Quran and the orientalism

During his stay in Canada, he came across the Western Intelligentsia and was shocked to find its misgivings and misunderstanding about Islam, Quran and The Holy Prophet (S.A.W.). He found most of the so called scholars – orientalists deliberately misrepresenting Islam and its Teachings. Hence, to dispel their misgivings, and wrong notions about Islam and Quran, he decided to write a book. After Ten Year’s Hard work and Research, he wrote. “The Sublime Quran and Orientalism”.

This is a book which Every Muslim and Every Non-Muslim searching for the truth should study. It presents the picture of Islam in its true colours and presents the truth in its true form. The First Edition of this book was published by Longman Group Ltd., London, New York. The book was not available in the market since long. Now the worthy author has allowed us to publsih the book. Now we have published this Cheap Edition as Paper Back, for its wide circulation in the masses. We hope, our brothers will cooperate with us for the mass circulation of this valuable Book.


Dr. Mohammad Khalifa

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[E-book] Islam and Christianity in the modern world


More than a generation has elapsed since Islam and Christianity in the Modern World was first published. This time has served to accentuate the tendencies in Christianity mentioned by the author in his chapter on “Christianity in the Modern World.” Another far-reaching change is the significant increase in the Muslim population of traditionally Christian countries (viz., in Europe and America) through both conversion and migration. The presence of sizable Muslim populations in these countries (notably West Germany,· France, U.K., U.S.A. etc.) has not only brought this two world religions into closer contact in a setting distinctly more favourable to Islam than the encounter with Christianity in the heyday of Western Imperialism and Colonialism, but has also enhanced the possibility of Islam filling the spiritual vacuum which characterises modern Christian Western civilization. Thus the topic of this book is still of contemporary relevance and interest.


Dr. Muhammad Fazl-ur Rahman

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[E-book] Celebrating Valentine’s day- Sh. Salih al-Munajjid

In recent years, a new phenomenon has spread among the Muslim youth – males and females alike – which does not bode well. This is manifested in their imitation of the Christians in their celebration of the Valentine’s Day, which has led the scholars and Daa’iyahs (callers to Islam) to explain the rulings of Sharee’ah (Islamic legislation) concerning that, out of sincerity towards Allah, His Messenger, the leaders of the Muslims and their common folk, so that Muslims may have a clear understanding of this issue and so that they will not fall into that which will undermine the belief (‘Aqeedah) with which Allah has blessed them.


This is a brief discussion of the origins, development and purpose of this holiday, and what the Muslim should do with regard to it.


valentines day in Islam


Sh. Salih al-Munajjid

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[PDF] Scriptures of Christianity & Islam: A Basic Comparison


Christians and Muslims who learn something of one another’s religion find that a crucial issue is the nature of Jesus. The majority of Christians deify Jesus while Muslims say that he was no more than a prophet of God, a faultless human being. The doctrine of the Trinity avows that three distinct co-equals are God. In particular, Jesus is said to be God the Son or the Son of God. As the Muslim questions details of this theology the Christian characteristically forms a common explanation for our differences: He complains that Muslims do not understand the Trinity: that we are actually accusing Christians of Tritheism and other heresies.

So the Muslim seeks clarification of the teaching and asks at every step: “How could that be so?” For example, we insist that the term “Son of God” cannot have a literal interpretation. Sonship and divine nature would be necessary attributes of such an actuality, but these are incompatible. The first describes a recipient of life while the second describes One who received life from no one. These are mutually exclusive requirements then. To be a son is to be less than divine, and to be divine is to be no one’s son.

As a discussion proceeds, it is the Christian who will eventually take refuge in the response: “These are things that we cannot understand.” His assessment of the Muslim’s problem becomes his own confession. The Christian explanation becomes self-defeating so there is a change of tactic.

He complains that the Muslim refuses to accept what cannot be understood. But the modified approach is a diversion. Now the concepts of verification and understanding are confused. To illustrate: Chemical reactions may be verified but the atom is not thereby understood. Facts are catalogued but not always explained. This distinction is the key to our concise reply. It is the Muslim who must redirect the discussion. Our primary issue is more basic than resolving the incongruities of Trinitarian doctrine. Rather than ask how the Trinity can be so, we should ask why it must be so. “We ask, “Why must Jesus be divine? Can we verify the necessity of this belief?”


G. Miller

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[PDF] Christianity: Points to ponder

A Helpless GOD:

The Church says that GOD sent his beloved son to the cross. But why a son who was so innocent is to be crucified in the first place and why GOD could not defend HIS only son? And why GOD though being Almighty could not save people torturing HIS own son?

Why Four Gospels?

“If Gospel was the word of GOD) then why should there be four Gospels. They are according to Matthew ~according to Mark, according to Luke and according to John. Only one should have been enough. Further, these four Gospels have contradictions within them. Then where else one can find GOD’s, pure words? The answer is in the “Holy Qur’aan.”

and many more mentioned in this Book.

Christianity: Points to ponder

Abdul Waheed Khan

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[E-book] Truth about reality of the Bible and Christianity

In the present world, the books which are published as the Bible. Taurat, Psalms and Inzil- are all altered and distorted and it is totally useless to believe these distorted books. Actually. it is necessary to believe the original Taurat and the Inzil. though those books and book-lets in unaltered form are not available anywhere in the world.

The Christian Missionaries of today preach the present Bible as the book of God, actually by saying this. they try to be-fool the common. simple and uninformed people. This book is written as an attempt to caution the people against their deception.


In this book. the historical background of the doctrine of trinity, its futility and irrationality have been discussed in detail. Besides their faith· in redemption. which they regard as their fundamental creed, has also been discussed.

Truth About Reality of Bible Christianity


Moulana Imdadul Haque

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