Archive for the ‘Muhammad’ Category

Violent demonstrations as a response to slander against the Prophet Muhammad s.a.w.?

Are Muslims permitted to partake in violent actions and demonstrations as a response to insults thrown at the religion or at the image of the Prophet Muhammad s.a.w.?

by Ibn Anwar, BHsc (Hons)

         First and foremost it should be made … Read the rest

Islamic conquests and the Jizya

Were Muslim conquests meant to forcefully convert people to Islam?

by Ibn Anwar, BHsc (Hons)

This has to be the most typical, worn-out contentions put forward against Islam by its detractors (most often by Christian evangelists): that Islam spread across … Read the rest

Does the Qur’an misrepresent the Trinity?

Does the Qur’an reject the Trinity?

by Ibn Anwar, BHsc (Hons), MCollT

One of the common objections levelled against the Qur’an is that it misrepresents the doctrine of the Trinity, hence facilitating the way for the Christian polemic that the … Read the rest

Does Allah pray? If yes then who does He pray to?

Refuting the nonsense that Allah prays for Prophet Muhammad s.a.w.

by Ibn Anwar, BHsc (Hons)

    A couple of days ago I was chatting with some Christians who brought up this issue. One of them was arguing that Allah worships or … Read the rest

Isaiah prophecises Prophet Muhammad s.a.w.

Isaiah 21:7 and the camel rider

by Ibn Anwar, BHsc (Hons)


Some Christians (not all) cite Isaiah 21:7 as an example of a prophecy concerning Jesus. Jesus is said to have rode into Jerusalem on a donkey as mentioned in … Read the rest

Unveiling Hate Muslims aka Haman

Ripping the lies apart

by Ibn Anwar

The following is my responses to a recent visitor’s comment on this site who goes by the nick name Hate Muslims and Haman. His comment was posted under the Lord’s Prayer article by … Read the rest

Islam is the fulfillment of God’s promise

 According to the Chumash (חומש), Islam is the fulfillment of God’s promise to Ishmael

by Ibn Anwar, BHsc (Hons), MCollT

   Chumash is one of the terms used to describe the five books attributed to Moses.  It is derived from … Read the rest