Tag: VIOLENCE

Education Featured Islamic Thought Latest Islamic Propagation Scripture 32 Min Read

The Fallacy of Comparing ‘Violence’ in the Qur’ān & Bible

A Dā’ī’s Perspective on Violence in the Qur’ān and Bible A recent computer analysis of the Bible and Qur’ān has been making waves on social media. OdinText, developers of analytics software, recently announced results from a comparative analysis of the Qur’ān and the Old and New Testaments using the latest

Africa Central African Republic Current Affairs Featured Politics 10 Min Read

The Deafening Silence of Muslim Nations

Crisis is defined as a time of intense difficulty or danger, something which does not discriminate by gender and is not measured by race or religion. Land grabs, displacement, carnage and killings. So many people the world over are suffering in the midst of crisis, many of whom we rarely

Current Affairs Europe Featured France Politics 21 Min Read

#ParisAttack – Don’t Let The War Profiteers Win

“This is an act of war.” “We are at war with an ideology.” “Islam needs a reformation.” “Send these people and their families into concentration camps on one of the islands off the coast of Scotland.” “We should force feed them pork products.” “This is an attack on all of us.” I have been listening to

Featured Islamic Thought Latest Islamic Propagation Women 7 Min Read

Domestic Violence: Ending the Silence

‘Domestic violence’ is a term used to describe aggressive, oppressive and ‘dominant’ behaviour adopted by one individual over a fellow human being. This behaviour occurs in families and relationships around the world and across cultures, religions, and race. Domestic violence manifests itself in various forms - most frequently as physical

Analysis Current Affairs Iran Middle East Politics 12 Min Read

Reyhaneh Jabbari: Iran’s latest victim

After living on death row for the last five years, Reyhaneh Jabbari, 26, was executed in Tehran on Friday 24th October 2014 by Iranian authorities, in one of the most brazen human rights violations in recent memory. Reyhaneh Jabbari was convicted of murdering Morteza Abdolali Sarbandi in 2007, an ex-intelligence