Judaism and the Afterlife

Insha'Allah this will be a continual WIP I've found some interesting things in Judaic sources on the afterlife. Mishneh Repentance 8 In the Mishneh Torah, Repentance 8 we find references to Hell and a description of the soul. We also find education on how ephemeral this life is and that the true goal is the … Continue reading Judaism and the Afterlife

Three Types of Knowledge

There's 3 types of knowledge: Tajreebi - Experimental. Trial and error. Empirical.'Aqli - Intellectual - Like math and logic.Transmitted - Knowledge, history, religious, etc. Prophets (alayhum as-Salaam) give us transmitted religious knowledge (Qur'an and hadith) through chains.

The God That Failed – Ex-Communists Writings – A Summary

The book "The God That Failed" is a series of six essays written by ex-Communists from Europe and America. Below are summaries of the book which are a good start in refuting Communism as an ideology, which is diametrically opposed to the Shari'a and violates many of its maqasid: the protection of property and religion.

Mentioning the Dajjal From the Minbar

Chapter: The Dajjal Will Not Come Out Until The People Neglect* His Mention Rashid ibn Sa'd narrated: When Istakhar (in Persia) was conquered, a caller called: "Hey! Indeed the Dajjal has come!" Then Sa'b ibn Jathamah met them and said: if not for what you said, I would inform you that indeed I heard the … Continue reading Mentioning the Dajjal From the Minbar

Sheikh AHM On the American vs Mongol Invasion of Iraq

Sheikh Abdul Hakim Murad in an interview on his new book: Travelling Home: Essays on Islam in Europe. The Qur'an is very emphatic that believers should fear God alone. And nowadays we find that this kind of discourse of victimhood that a lot of Muslims have succumbed to is based on a real fear. We're … Continue reading Sheikh AHM On the American vs Mongol Invasion of Iraq

Albani’s criticism of Muhammad Ibn Abdul-Wahab

الألباني: محمد بن عبدالوهاب فيه غلو وشده Albani considered Muhammad Ibn Abdul-Wahab a reformer and praised his Da'wah, but he also criticized him for their excessive Takfir. Albani says about Muhammad Ibn Abdul-Wahab: - He had exaggeration and harshness- His followers inherited that from his teachings- He could not differentiate between authentic [صحيح] and weak [ضعيف] Ahadith- … Continue reading Albani’s criticism of Muhammad Ibn Abdul-Wahab