Tag: PHILOSOPHY

Featured History Islamic Thought Latest Islamic Propagation 22 Min Read

How the Qur’an led to the iPhone

The Modern World’s Debt to Islām Part 1: Out of Darkness Into Light Part 2: How the Justice of Islām Saved Jews and Christians Part 3: How the Qur'an led to the iPhone This series explores the astronomical impact that Islām had on the world. In the previous article we

Featured History Islamic Thought Latest Islamic Propagation 15 Min Read

The Modern World’s Debt to Islam

The Modern World’s Debt to Islām Part 1: Out of Darkness Into Light Part 2: How the Justice of Islām Saved Jews & Christians Before the coming of Islām, the world was in a state of oppression and injustice. Pre-Islamic Arabia was a dreadful place to live in. Among the

Featured Islamic Thought Latest Islamic Propagation Theology 7 Min Read

Revelation is the only source of true wisdom

  It is safe to say the word "wisdom" is a little enigmatic but to define it by thinking about when we use the words "wise" or "wiser" we can unravel what it means. When we say "that was a wise decision" it is always comparative, we mean it was

Featured History Islamic Thought Latest Islamic Propagation Research 14 Min Read

Fruits of Following the Sahaba

With terms such as ‘salaf’ and ‘salafism’ having become highly politicised and sensationalised in the public domain, Ustadh Ali Hammuda separates fact from fiction in this series demystifying the status and authority of the constitutive and interpretive “Understanding of the Companions” of the Messenger of God (sallAllāhu ‘alayhi wasallam). The Authority of the Understanding

Featured History Islamic Thought Latest Islamic Propagation Research 11 Min Read

Looking Backward to go Forward

With terms such as ‘salaf’ and ‘salafism’ having become highly politicised and sensationalised in the public domain, Ustadh Ali Hammuda separates fact from fiction in this series demystifying the status and authority of the constitutive and interpretive “Understanding of the Companions” of the Messenger of God (sallAllāhu ‘alayhi wasallam). The Authority of the Understanding

Featured History Islamic Thought Latest Islamic Propagation Research 12 Min Read

Why follow the ‘old’ path?

With terms such as ‘salaf’ and ‘salafism’ having become highly politicised and sensationalised in the public domain, Ustadh Ali Hammuda separates fact from fiction in this series demystifying the status and authority of the constitutive and interpretive “Understanding of the Companions” of the Messenger of God (sallAllāhu ‘alayhi wasallam). The Authority of the Understanding

History Islamic Thought Latest Islamic Propagation Research 12 Min Read

Analysing the Authority of Orthodoxy

With terms such as ‘salaf’ and ‘salafism’ having become highly politicised and sensationalised in the public domain, Ustadh Ali Hammuda separates fact from fiction in this series demystifying the status and authority of the constitutive and interpretive “Understanding of the Companions” of the Messenger of God (sallAllāhu ‘alayhi wasallam). The Authority of the Understanding

History Islamic Thought Latest Islamic Propagation Research 14 Min Read

Who are the ‘Salaf’?

With terms such as 'salaf' and 'salafism' having become highly politicised and sensationalised in the public domain, Shaikh Ali Hammuda separates fact from fiction in this series demystifying the status and authority of the constitutive and interpretive "Understanding of the Companions" of the Messenger of God (sallAllāhu ‘alayhi wasallam). Authority of the Understanding

Education Featured Latest Islamic Propagation Spirituality Theology 13 Min Read

Apostasy: a ticking time bomb?

In the modern era the domination of the modern educational model has led to an increase in critical questioning and critical analysis. Everything can be and is questioned. With this frame of mind every notion, every idea and every concept can be rejected if unsupported by empirical evidence. Indeed such

Current Affairs Europe France Islamic Thought Politics Propagation UK 10 Min Read

Freedom of speech is an ideological construct

The recent events in Paris have engendered a series of questions relating to “freedom of speech” and the role of the Muslim communities in the West. Subsequently, the responses resonating across the Muslim world have failed to engage with the underlying assumptions which inform the debates. Notions of “freedom of