October 7, 2019

Science is a common heritage of humankind. It unites people from all backgrounds, irrespective of caste, color, and creed. The recipients of the Nobel Prize are revered in their home countries and showered with state-sponsored awards and funds so they can advance their fields and continue serving mankind. Every year I am confronted with a bittersweet moment of the Nobel Prize ceremony in Stockholm. Sweet, because I’m a scientist and it celebrates the achievements of the scientific community across the… Read more

September 11, 2019

by Fareed Ahmad What happened on 9/11 is something that all Muslims will condemn forever, and we will continue to pray that God saves humanity from terrorists. However, no one should be confused that Islam is a religion of terror. The wars fought during the time of the Prophet Muhammad were defensive, in accordance with the Qur’anic teaching: “Permission to fight is granted to those against whom war is made, because they have been wronged, and Allah indeed has power… Read more

September 11, 2019

by Irtiza Khaled  18 years ago today, I woke up to the noise and chatter of the television in our family room at home. I had quite a hectic last couple days without catching much sleep, so this commotion was unusual for many reasons: my folks had always raised me to keep quiet as a courtesy to those resting within the walls of our home. So, to think that the same parents had the chunky box of cathode-ray tubes blasting… Read more

September 11, 2019

18 years ago today, I woke up to the noise and chatter of the television in our family room at home. I had quite a hectic last couple days without catching much sleep, so this commotion was unusual for many reasons: my folks had always raised me to keep the noise decibels low as a courtesy to those resting within the walls of our home. So, to think that the same parents had the chunky box of cathode-ray tubes blasting… Read more

September 11, 2019

What happened on 9/11 is something that all Muslims will condemn forever, and we will continue to pray that God saves humanity from terrorists. However, no one should be confused that Islam is a religion of terror. The wars fought during the time of the Prophet Muhammad were defensive, in accordance with the Qur’anic teaching: “Permission to fight is granted to those against whom war is made, because they have been wronged, and Allah indeed has power to help them…. Read more

August 8, 2019

by Zohaa Pall  Hajj is one of the five pillars of Islam and it is a pilgrimage to the Ka’bah performed in the Islamic month of Dhul Al-Hijjah. The Ka’bah, a black structure, is the most sacred site in Islam. It is located in the holy city of Mecca, Saudi Arabia. God Almighty says in the Holy Quran in chapter 3 verse 98, “In it are manifest Signs; it is the place of Abraham; and whoso enters it, is safe…. Read more

November 3, 2018

by Omar Syed  Love and Caliphate? Confused? That’s the radical ISIS Caliphate’s fault. A true Islamic Caliphate should prove this false. This caliphate of love exists, lead by an amazing man who tens of millions of Muslims look up to: his Holiness Mirza Masroor Ahmad. He leads the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, which lives by the motto “Love for All, Hatred for None.” Our highest priority is service to humanity, and there isn’t a better example of practising this preaching than… Read more

September 23, 2018

by Rahman Nasir  With Hurricane Florence bearing down on the Caroline coasts it is important to revisit the lessons of an earlier disaster. About a year ago today, my home city, Houston, Texas, was hit by one of the most devastating storms in our history. The storm affected millions, displaced tens of thousands, caused billions in damage and close to 100 deaths. It also brought the entire city of Houston together. Hurricane Harvey showed me that during our hardest times,… Read more

September 20, 2018

by Monib Ahmad Islam is a peaceful religion, so are honor killings justified in Islam? If so, what are the conditions for such killings? Is there a legal avenue to end a life based on personal judgements or individual ideals? Does Islam not value life? How could Islam have survived through such violent customs? Could it be that Islam is misrepresented through the eyes of godless individuals? Can a non-peaceful religion, which values killing and promises Heaven, survive? These are… Read more

September 8, 2018

For the QuranicChrist’s Facebook Series on Survival from the Cross, some excerpts corresponding to the discussion of each post are posted here. The references within each excerpt are included (or bracketed) within the text. Others have been assimilated to form a single list at the end. Lastly, a note from the QuranicChrist team:  “To all our Christian brothers and sisters, we would like to emphasize that Muslims revere Jesus (peace be upon him) to the highest degree as a noble Prophet of God. Nothing… Read more

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