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Why Muslims Are Happy?

Why Muslims Are Happy?

Muslim people feel the most satisfied with their lives because they feel more ‘oneness,’ or connection than people of other faiths, a new study suggests.  Measuring life satisfaction is about as close to quantifying ‘happiness’ as we’ve been able to get thus far, and a German psychologist’s new study suggests that a feeling of ‘oneness’ predicts overall contentment.  And when[Read More…]

April 13, 2019 0 comments Faith
New Zealand Rugby Player & His Mother Converting to Islam

New Zealand Rugby Player & His Mother Converting to Islam

Sonny Bill Williams is an international rugby player who plays for the New Zealand All Black’s and has had an amazing career to date. Being born in New Zealand, he converted to Islam around 10 years ago and speaks with our brother John Fontain about the Christchurch mosque attacks, his mother converting to Islam (on the day of this recording

April 13, 2019 0 comments Faith
Moral Acceptance of Polygamy at Record High

Moral Acceptance of Polygamy at Record High

Polygamy, a practice that President James Garfield once said “offends the moral sense,” is now seen by 17% of Americans as “morally acceptable,” up from 14% in 2016 and the highest rate on record dating back to 2003. These results come from the May 3-7 Gallup Values and Beliefs poll. Despite growing acceptance of the practice over the last 15[Read More…]

December 11, 2018 0 comments Society
Marry Christmas Cheating? A Muslim Respond!

Marry Christmas Cheating? A Muslim Respond!

Should you give your wife the green light to cheat on you this Christmas? These are the important questions Western bourgeoisie men are supposed to be asking themselves, apparently. The Telegraph “Many experts now believe monogamy is a tighter fit for women than for men. This Christmas give your wife something she really wants. Something truly exciting. A hall pass.” For[Read More…]

December 11, 2018 0 comments Society
Evola’s Thoughts on Islam

Evola’s Thoughts on Islam

While he examined various traditions around the world, both occidental and oriental, Julius Evola also had things to say on the tradition of Islam that is predominant in areas between those two regions. In his valuable article “Islam in the Eyes of Julius Evola,” the Italian Muslim Claudio Mutti pays homage to his ideological father in regards to the latter’s[Read More…]

September 30, 2018 0 comments Faith
When Does a Human Fetus Become Human?

When Does a Human Fetus Become Human?

Do not sever the bonds of the womb.  – Qur’an 4:1 Do not kill your children from fear of poverty.  – Qur’an 17:31 On the Day when the one buried alive will be asked for what sin was she killed.  – Qur’an 81:8–9 Marry and be fruitful, for I will be proud of the multitudes of my community of believers on the Day[Read More…]

September 10, 2018 0 comments Faith
The Scientific Method for Researching Truth 

The Scientific Method for Researching Truth 

The Scientific Method for Researching Truth  According to Muslim Scholars and Others Introduction If realising the truth as it actually is is science, as they say, then the method that is used to achieve this realisation should–without a doubt–also be scientific, i.e. the method that is used should be none other than a series of true realisations in and of[Read More…]

August 26, 2018 0 comments Faith
A Role of Muslim Husband by Daniel Haqiqatjou

A Role of Muslim Husband by Daniel Haqiqatjou

What is the role of a husband in marriage as far as Islam is concerned? Giving a full elaboration cannot be done on social media. But one aspect that needs to be highlighted is authority. Allah has granted the husband/father authority within marriage when He says: “Men are qawwamun over women” in Surat al-Nisa. Simply put, to be qawwamun means[Read More…]

July 3, 2018 0 comments Faith, Society
Marriage in old Sweden

Marriage in old Sweden

According to old Germanic views – visible in the Swedish landscape laws – a two-member marriage agreement (“aqd”) and marriage-giving bedding (dukhūl) were concluded. The agreement was a contract (katb al-kitāb) to enter into intimate marriage (nikāh) and it was concluded between the woman’s guardian (walī) and the suitor (khatīb). The result meant that the contractors after a wedding party[Read More…]

May 20, 2018 0 comments History & Culture
White American Muslim about his way to Islam

White American Muslim about his way to Islam

May 13, 2018 0 comments Faith