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Why I am Moslem?

Ibrahim Salem

Why I am Moslem?

by Ibrahim Salem

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Published by Ibrahim Salem in Alexandria .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Islam -- Apologetic works

  • Edition Notes

    StatementIbrahim Salem.
    GenreApologetic works
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsMLCS 2009/42210 (B)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination99 p. :
    Number of Pages99
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23670533M
    ISBN 109771730657
    LC Control Number2009415213
    OCLC/WorldCa431547473

      But the question was sincere, so I suggested some books that have helped me better understand Islam. I also put the question to Twitter. Below is some of what I and others came up with. Get this from a library! Why I am not a Muslim. [Ibn Warraq.; Mazal Holocaust Collection.] -- Warraq examines the life of Muhammad, the writing of the Koran and the spread of Islam. He also examines the dark side of Islam such as the Salman Rushdie affair, the oppression of women, and the.

    Ibn Warraq is a Pakistani-English scholar who has written extensively on the history, literature, theology, culture and politics of Islam, and on many other topics. He has been involved in the efforts of secular humanists in the West and elsewhere to bring secular values to the world.   Obama Admits He Is a Muslim Obama Admits He Is a Muslim of vaccination and digital-identity research as evidence of a nefarious global surveillance plan foretold in the Book .

      I AM A MUSLIM ASK ME ANYTHING? - MUSLIM DEFENDS ISLAM ACROSS AMERICA - Duration: The Review of Religions 4,, views. This book may be used by children and new Muslim and as an aid to parents and teachers. It presents the basic teachings of Islam in brief and simple lessons followed by review questions and it contains short surahs from Juz Amma for recitation in prayer. Book Two of this series is also available for students of an intermediate level.


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“Why I am not a Muslim” is the most detailed dissection of the scourge that is the Killer Cult. Warraq examines all aspects of Islam from origins to present day in painstaking detail.

It is the most comprehensive book on the subject of Islam and the fate of the modern world that I have by: I thought the book "Why I am a Muslim" is a better read for Non-Muslims than Muslims.

Muslims already know within themselves why they have chosen to follow Islam and don't need to read her opinions, since they are probably similar in many aspects. The book seemed to drag for me at s:   I thought the book "Why I am a Muslim" is a better read for Non-Muslims than Muslims.

Muslims already know within themselves why they have chosen to follow Islam and don't need to read her opinions, since they are probably similar in many aspects.

The book seemed to drag for me at times/5(61). This books is written by somebody like I am, a former Muslim. Somebody who got inside the Trojan Horse and came out and told the whole WORLD everything about Islam. If you are pressured in marriage into converting to Islam, by all means get a copy of this book and read it very well/5.

Being a Muslim means to follow the religion of Islam. The meaning of Islam is true submission. We have to surrender to Allah and His Commands to live a good life while we are alive in the world and in the Hereafter in Heaven.

I am Muslim for many reasons. Why I Am Not a Muslim does have a mocking quality, to be sure, but it is a serious and thought-provoking book. It calls not for a wall of silence, much less a Rushdie-like fatwa on the author's life, but for an equally compelling response from a believing Muslim.

Review of "Why I Am Not a Muslim" Ibn al-Rawandi [This review was originally published in the New Humanist, Bradlaugh House, 47 Theobald's Road, London, England WC1X uced with permission.] In one of his early works the traditionalist writer Frithjof Schuon makes an acute observation about the mentality of Muslims: `The intellectual - and thereby the rational - foundation of Islam.

Why I Am Not a Muslim, a book by Ibn Warraq, is also critical of the religion in which the author was brought up — in this case, Islam. The author mentions Why I Am Not a Christian towards the end of the first chapter, stating that many of its arguments also apply to Islam. xii WHY I AM NOT A MUSLIM of religion in the twenty-first century.

Whether that process, inevitable as it seems, will be marked by violence or accepted with enlightened resignation by defenders of old religious orders and regimes will depend, it seems to me, on how books such as this one are read and Size: 2MB.

In Islam there is a purpose for everything. The Holy Qur'an is a huge miracle because no one on the surface of earth can write such a beautiful book like the Qur'an. The Qur'an is the only Holy Book, which has not been changed by mankind from the time it was revealed by Allah through our Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu 'alaihi wa sallam.

I am proud to be a Muslim and I believe that all Muslims. Moslem was the preferred spelling until the first half of the 20th century. Today, Muslim is the preferred spelling. Bryan Garner offers as a possible explanation for the shift in preference the prominence of the Black Muslims, an alternative name for the Nation of Islam during the civil-rights movement.

Now, he cites, Muslim is 20 times as. "The right of Muslims freely to leave Islam is emerging as an international human rights issue of the first order.

Why We left Islam: Former Muslims Speak Out both documents and humanizes the tragedy of those born-Muslims who wish to pursue their conscience/5(54). I am a Muslim 1- I Believe In Allah I am a Muslim * I believe in Allah (ﻞ gﺟو ﺰ gﻋ) alone with no partner, there is no God but Him.

He begets not, nor was he begotten, there is nothing like unto Him. * The Creator and Owner of the heavens and the earth.

The All-Knower of the unseen and the seen, the Ever Living One Who dies Size: 1MB. Why I Am Not a Muslim, a book written by Ibn Warraq, is a critique of Islam and the Qur'an.

It was first published by Prometheus Books in the United States in The title of the book is a homage to Bertrand Russell's essay, Why I Am Not a Christian, in which Russell criticizes the religion in which he was : Ibn Warraq.

Why I Am Not a Muslim, Ibn Warraq, foreword by R. Joseph Hoffmann, Prometheus Books,hardcover, pages, ISBN ; The Origins of The Koran: Classic Essays on Islam's Holy Book, edited by Ibn Warraq, Prometheus Books,hardcover, pages, ISBN X. Pages in category "Books critical of Islam" The following 55 pages are in this category, out of 55 total.

This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more). "My favorite book on Islam is the rationalist critique Why I Am Not a Muslim." - Christopher Hitchens in The Atlantic Monthly" a courageous and prophethic call to value and protect human rights, especially the rights of women." - National Catholic Reporter.

The spirit of the book is to shed some positive light on Islam, but despite this, there is no political agenda. Sahera Patel has simply written about the reality of being a Female British Muslim in a modern society. Her work is a voyeuristic journey. It takes the reader through the stages of the life of a Muslim that many will have only heard 5/5(19).

Why I Am a Christian offers compelling answers that will free Christians from doubt and clear away obstacles to faith for unbelievers. Beginning with the topics of moral relativism and knowable truth, the book progresses to questions about belief in God, the reliability of the Bible, and the identity of Jesus as the Messiah, the Son of God.4/5(2).

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“Why I am not a Muslim” is the most detailed dissection of the scourge that is the Killer Cult. Warraq examines all aspects of Islam from origins to present day in painstaking detail.

It is the most comprehensive book on the subject of Islam and the fate of the modern world that I have read/5.Why I Am Muslim | Theology Essay. words (3 pages) Essay in Theology. 12/05/17 Theology Islam are in some way approximating to the original basic thoughts in Judaism and Christianity which are there in their books.

So, Islam was not a surprising religion that came up from unexpected God, with unexpected changes to the beliefs of older.“Why I am not a Muslim” is the most detailed dissection of the scourge that is the Killer Cult.

Warraq examines all aspects of Islam from origins to present day in painstaking detail. It is the most comprehensive book on the subject of Islam and the fate of the modern world that I have read/5().