jesus and muhammad

Reassess­ing The Bina­ry : Chris­t­ian Depic­tions of Jesus and Muhammad

In the face of Chris­t­ian polemics, a crit­i­cal explo­ration into Islam­ic teach­ings offers a path­way to uncov­er­ing the true essence of Prophet Muhammad’s mes­sage. This approach reveals the depth, com­pas­sion, and wis­dom of Islam, con­trast­ing sharply with mis­con­cep­tions. Embark on a jour­ney to chal­lenge nar­ra­tives, seek authen­tic­i­ty, and illu­mi­nate the pro­found prin­ci­ples of Islam. 

The Dome of the Rock (Qubbat as-Sakhra) 1

The Dome of the Rock (Qub­bat as-Sakhra)

The most uni­ver­sal­ly rec­og­nized sym­bol of Jerusalem is not a Jew­ish or Chris­t­ian holy place but a Mus­lim one : the Dome of the Rock, or Qub­bat as-Sakhra as it is known in Ara­bic. When peo­ple see its gold­en dome ris­ing above the open expanse of Haram as-Sha­reef, they think of only one place in the world. The Dome of the Rock is undoubt­ed­ly one of the most cel­e­brat­ed and most remark­able mon­u­ments of ear­ly Islam, vis­it­ed every year by thou­sands of pil­grims and tourists. It is Jerusalem’s answer to Paris’ Eif­fel Tow­er, Rome’s St. Peter’s Square, Lon­don’s Big Ben and Kuala Lumpur’s Petronas twin tow­ers ; daz­zling the minds of Mus­lims and non-Mus­lims alike. The Dome of the Rock is Jerusalem.

waraqa ibn nawfal

Waraqa ibn Naw­fal : Prob­ing Chris­t­ian Polemics

Dis­cov­er more about the intrigu­ing rela­tion­ship between Waraqa ibn Naw­fal and Prophet Muham­mad(P). Dive into the explo­ration of his­tor­i­cal con­text, nar­ra­tive accu­ra­cy, and under­stand why Jochen Katz’s claims may be dis­put­ed by schol­ars. Can we tru­ly val­i­date the extent of Waraqa’s influ­ence ? Let’s delve deeper. 

When the Evan­ge­list Becomes a Shaikh, the Angels Become Wor­ship­pers of Adam

When the Evan­ge­list becomes a Shaikh, the angels become poly­the­ists, wor­ship­ping Adam instead of Allah. When the Evan­ge­list becomes a Shaikh, the Nasikh becomes Man­sukh, the Mut­laq becomes Muqayyad and the Aamm becomes Makhsus, and vice-ver­sa. Not that it is not hilar­i­ous to read for Evan­ge­lists-turned-Shaikhs. It is at the dis­cov­ery of the lev­el of hor­rif­ic con­fu­sion and plain errors con­tained in the fatawa” of the many Evangelists/​Shaikhs who sprung up in recent years that inten­si­fies one’s amaze­ment and baf­fle­ment, espe­cial­ly not­ing the lev­el of pub­lic­i­ty the writ­ings of the new Shaikhs receive in the west­ern media.