Here are some of my thoughts on the contradictions between Feminism and Islam! Click to continue
I also did a Podcast Episode on this here.
The Following is a personal narrative of my own experience many years ago. Names were changed.
The Subway Encounter
“Ladies and gentlemen, there is an express train on the F line two stops away,” said the automated subway message. I stood on the platform waiting for my train ride home. Surah Yasin was playing on my iPod Touch. Ah, this Surah, so beautiful. It is the heart of the Quran, according to scholars of today. MashAllah, I thought. Allah truly gifted us with the Quran and its mysterious beauty. I hope I can understand this beauty some day. Click to keep on reading!
There are countless Hadiths that say that if a man calls upon his wife for a sexual encounter, she is discouraged from refusing.
An old article of mine!
(Copied and Pasted from my previous site)
When you are a Muslim critical of Islam, or the next stage: an Ex Muslim; there are many ignorant things Faithful Muslims may say.
In Ex-Muslim Online spaces, I asked users what are some common things Muslims say to Ex-Muslims? The results were overwhelming. Many different people came in saying common things with different wording, and finding ways to relate to one another overall. I posted every single comment word for word, So keep in mind these are comments directly out of an online forum type discussion. Also note that some things were repeated by different people in different wording, but I kept them here anyway to emphasize how common some misconceptions are.
I grouped some of the remarks together that were very close in theme. After pasting all this, I decided: I am going to write posts addressing some of the larger misconceptions attributed…
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With the exception of two verses directed at wives of the Prophet, the Quran never speaks directly to women. Women are referred to in the third person in the Quran. They are either addressed through “men and women,” or “your wives, your daughters, your mothers” etc. Click to keep on reading!
Disclaimer: This is in no way, an attempt to police language in the name of political correctness. Consider this a way to reach out to the largest defendants against critics of Islam: radical left wing activists through their own rhetoric. Enjoy.
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Traditionally, the terms light and white have been meant to signify pure, savior, clean, etc. The terms black and darkness have been attributed to evil and had grim connotations. In contemporary times, there have been many activists and writers that spoke about this. Try these articles for example: Click to keep on reading!