My Articles

#1. Synchronicity: Coincident Phenomena We Should Observe and Welcome

#2. HOW GOD EXISTS

#3. The Quran Does Not Oppress Women, Sharia-Based Islam Does

#4. 7 Reasons Why Wearing the Hijab to Express Solidarity With Muslims Isn’t Right

#5. Why the Sharia Law Is So Dangerous for Our World

#6. How Did the Recent Facebook Hadith Debate Go?

#7. How the Sharia Law Particularly Victimizes Women

#8. The Quranic Inheritance Law: The Case for a Gender-Neutral Understanding

#9. What Does God’s Conception as One and Unique Signify?

#10.  The Quranic Concept of Tawhid: What Lessons Do We Learn?

#11. A Muslim Guide to Spending as Prescribed by the Quran (Part 2)

#12. A Muslim Guide to Spending as Prescribed by the Quran (Part 1)

#13. The Story of How I Turned into an Advocate of the Quran-Only Islam

#14. An Introduction to the Latest Book of God: How Does It Read? 

#15. The Real Meaning of Prayer in the Quranic Light

#16. A Short Note on the Ramadan Fasting

#17. Reform in Finance: Riba vs. Interest in the Modern Economy

#18. How God Exists: What Can We Glean from the Quran?

#19. Review Article: Aisha Musa’s “Hadith as Scripture: Discussions on the Authority of the Prophetic Traditions in Islam,” 2008

#20. Is Interest Really Banned in Islam?

#21. The Rise of Religious Fanaticism among Muslims and the Direction for True Islamic Revival

#22. Understanding Spending in God’s Way (Zakat or Sadaqa) in the Quranic Light

#23. On Being Tolerant: The Issue of Tolerance in Light of the Quran

#24. Everything You Need to Know About Islam and Divorce

#25. Some Implications of the Quranic Message for the Economic System

#26. Does the Hadith Have a Solid Historical Basis?

#27. Fifteen Great Reasons We Should Embrace and Follow the Quran-only Islam

#28. Divine Will and Human Freedom

#29. Divine Will and Human Freedom – Part 1. Divine Predestination: How Far Real?

#30. Everything You’ve Always Wanted to Know About Islamic Banking

#31. Book Review: Irshad Manji’s “Allah, Liberty and Love: The Courage to Reconcile Faith and Freedom,” Free Press, 2011

#32. Lessons from Malala

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  4. First great work: 😀

    However I disagree with this:

    Unfortunately, it is because of the activities of some extremist groups that Islam is being viewed by many as an intolerant and violent creed.

    I am a Muslim girl living in Egypt and it took me a long time to be able to realize that God is truly merciful and did not promote the hatred and arrogance I have seen everyday in my life since I was a kid of the so called religious people who cite quranic verses to justify their hatred and intolerance. These so called Muslims are the mainstream ones. Islam won’t be a beautiful religion unless and until we can reform Islam, the mainstream one, to stop violent extremism.

    Thanks again, good work. Please write one about adoption in Islam

  5. I am an African American woman convert for 18 years. I was introduced to Islam in the library by my own curiosity and I read the Quran. It was 4 years and I was getting engaged with the Muslim Ummah and came to even learn what Hadith and Sunnah was. THANK YOU. I have been shunned from the Ummah. Lost two marriages because I refuse to follow anything other than Allah. I remember being lonely in my acceptance of Islam and then lonely because I don’t accept Hadith, even though I am willing to stand alone. I am honored to have Allah lead me here.

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