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  • Quebec’s religious neutrality bill 62 is an Anti-Muslim Veil Burka, Niqab, Burka Ban
    https://globalnews.ca/news/3816761/rachel-notley-says-quebecs-face-veil-ban-smacks-of-islamophobia/ Rachel Notley says Quebec’s face-veil ban ‘smacks of Islamophobia’ "It is a cruel joke to claim you are liberating people from oppression by dictating in law what they can and cannot wear,'' he said in the speech. - Justin Trudeau...
  • Reminder to Muslims that we will face challenges and attacks from people of other faiths
    Ye shall certainly be tried and tested in your possessions and in your personal selves; and ye shall certainly Hear much that will grieve you, from those who received the Book before you and from those who worship many gods. But if ye persevere patiently, and guard against evil,-then that will be a determining factor in all affairs. - 3:186 (Y. Ali) ...
  • The Traits of Successful Muslims
    With so many of the world events showing that some Muslims have lost the fundamentals Iwould like to provide some ayyats that describe the fundamentals of doing good deeds as one of the requirements of success in both worlds and that doing the opposite (evil deeds) results in the hellfire. But give glad tidings to those who believe and work righteousness, that their portion is Gardens, beneath which rivers flow. Every time they are fed with ...
  • The original bible in Aramaic is reportedly found with huge contradictions to the current Church authorized Bible
    If the dating turns out to be correct this is the copy that the Church should adopt although it is highly unlikely it would be accepted. This copy should be the accepted one since it would be the only known copy of the Bible which was in the actual language of Jesus (aramaic) but since it has so many contradictions it may undermine the Church's legitimacy so we expect that no matter what this Bible will be discredited. A secret Bible in which Jesus is believed ...
  • Xinjiang China Controvery over Ramadan and Fasting
    I am posting this because these articles make it sound like Islam in China is not welcomed or in danger and Muslims are persecuted when I do not believe it is true. There may be some truth to the articles but I believe it does not go nearly as far as the articles imply. There are articles from 2011 and recent that are discussing this issue and allegation. Ifirst of all want to point out that some things do not add up, though in principle I do not agree it's wrong if t...
  • Is it Haram/Not Allowed to read, understand follow Islam by the Holy Qur'an in a language other than Arabic?
    This is the debate that I have been involved in numerous times over the years. I have asked many Imams about this issue and the response is normally the same. The last response I had was that "you get 10 times the reward" for reading it in Arabic without any supporting evidence from Qur'an or authentic hadith. Some people will not even accept any religious debate about Islam when it is done in English, yet the same people will lear...
  • Man charged after cartoonist's home invaded
    Man charged after cartoonist's home invaded Danish police link man accused of attempted murder to Somali terror group Last Updated: Saturday, January 2, 2010 | 10:00 AM ET Comments304...
  • The Stealth Crusade
    The Stealth Crusade By Barry Yeoman | Wed May 1, 2002 12:00 AM PST At 8 o'clock on a warm Monday morning in January, 20 students file into Rick Love's classroom at Columbia International University in South Carolina. Eyes glassy from writing papers all weekend, they clutch Styrofoam cups of Folgers a...
  • McCain's Spiritual Guide: Destroy Islam
    McCain's Spiritual Guide: Destroy Islam By David Corn | Wed March 12, 2008 12:00 AM PST Senator John McCain hailed as a spiritual adviser an Ohio megachurch pastor who has called upon Christians to wage a "war" against the "false religion" of Islam with the aim of d...
  • Uighurs and China's Xinjiang Region
    Uighurs and China's Xinjiang Region Author: Preeti Bhattacharji, Research Associate Updated: July 6, 2009 ...
  • China orders mosques closed amid ethnic unrest
    Mosques in the riot-hit capital of China's northwestern Xinjiang province have been ordered to stay closed for Friday prayers in the wake of recent ethnic violence, media reports quoted Chinese officials as saying. An official who identified herself as a government worker but refused to give her name was quoted as saying the decision to close mosques in Urumqi had been made for public safety and that "people should stay at home today and pray." Separately, officials ...
  • China ramps up propaganda to quell unrest
    China ramps up propaganda to quell unrest Last Updated: Thursday, July 9, 2009 | 4:16 PM ET Comments103...
  • Iran mosque explosion kills at least 15, wounds 50
    Iran mosque explosion kills at least 15, wounds 50 Last Updated: Thursday, May 28, 2009 | 3:48 PM ET Comments5...
  • Racism accusations fly over man in Sudan denied emergency passport
    Racism accusations fly over man in Sudan denied emergency passport Last Updated: Friday, April 3, 2009 | 8:08 PM ET Comments360...
  • B.C. man pepper-sprayed by U.S. border guard
    B.C. man pepper-sprayed by U.S. border guard Last Updated: Thursday, March 5, 2009 | 5:57 PM PT Comments44...
  • Air strike, bombing threaten fragile Gaza ceasefire
    Air strike, bombing threaten fragile Gaza ceasefire Last Updated: Tuesday, January 27, 2009 | 12:06 PM ET Comments340...
  • Hockey player says Burnaby fight was racially motivated
    Hockey player says Burnaby fight was racially motivated Last Updated: Monday, January 26, 2009 | 10:16 PM PT Comments2...
  • War in Gaza draws U.S. viewers in droves to watch Al-Jazeera English
    War in Gaza draws U.S. viewers in droves to watch Al-Jazeera English Published: Saturday, January 24, 2009 | 5:08 PM ET Canadian Press NewsItem/NewsComponent/NewsLines/ByLine DOHA, Qatar - American viewership of Al-Jazeera English rose dramatically during the Israel-Hamas war, partly because the chan...
  • Surrey victim of alleged police attack claims he was kicked, robbed and racially abused
    Surrey victim of alleged police attack claims he was kicked, robbed and racially abused By Catherine Rolfsen, Vancouver SunJanuary 23, 2009 7:26 PMComments (3) ...
  • Muslims react with hope, caution to Obama's offer of 'new way forward'
    Muslims react with hope, caution to Obama's offer of 'new way forward' Last Updated: Wednesday, January 21, 2009 | 11:58 AM ET Comments47...
  • TIME Magazine: The Bible & The Apocalypse
    The biggest book of the summer is about the end of the world. It's also a sign of our troubled tim...
  • 9 Muslim passengers kicked off U.S. flight over remark
    9 Muslim passengers kicked off U.S. flight over remark Last Updated: Friday, January 2, 2009 | 3:20 PM ET Comments2...
  • Chopra: Attack prompts tough questions
    (CNN) -- The Indian city of Mumbai exploded into chaos early Thursday morning as gunmen launched a series of attacks across the country's commercial capital, killing scores of people and taking hostages in two luxury hotels frequented by Westerners. ...
  • Michael turns Muslim
    London - Michael Jackson has become a Muslim. The singer changed his name to Mikaeel in a ceremony at a friend's Los Angeles home just days before he is due in court. Jackson, 50, is facing allegations of borrowing Ł4.7m ($7.3m) from Arab sheikh Abdulla Al-Khalifa and failing to repay the sum by recording two new albums, writing an autobiography and penning a musical. The cash-strapped star - who was raised as a Jehovah's Witness - was convinced to turn to I...
  • Jacko a Muslim?
    Jacko a Muslim? Article from: Sunday Herald Sun Font size: Decrease ...
  • Muslim Group Opposes Little Big Planet's Censorship
    Muslim Group Opposes Little Big Planet's Censorship Not all of Islam supports Sony's recall over controversial in-game music. By Jonathan Fincher, 10/21/2008 You've probably heard about the recent ...
  • B.C. Human Rights Commission rejects complaint against Maclean's
    B.C. Human Rights Commission rejects complaint against Maclean's Last Updated: Friday, October 10, 2008 | 8:14 PM ET Comments37...
  • Who speaks for Islam? - Gallup Report Disproves Stereotypes Against Muslims & Islam
    Who speaks for Islam? by John L. Esposito and Dalia Mogahed 14 February 2008Washington, DC - Extremists and terrorism have too often monopolised the media's coverage and thus the message coming out of the Muslim world. But what do the vast majority of mainstream Muslims really believe, think, and feel? What are their hopes, fears, and resentments? Why is it that a robust anti-Americanism see...
  • Judge orders release of Uighurs into U.S.
    Judge orders release of Uighurs into U.S. Last Updated: Tuesday, October 7, 2008 | 1:45 PM ET Comments3...
  • Islam convert jailed 35 years for plotting U.S. mall attack
    Islam convert jailed 35 years for plotting U.S. mall attack Last Updated: Tuesday, September 30, 2008 | 4:30 PM ET Comments22...
  • One more day of Ramadan for BC Muslims
    One more day of Ramadan for BC Muslims &l...
  • Muslim workers ponder next steps in Nebraska prayer dispute
    Muslim workers ponder next steps in Nebraska prayer dispute Meatpacking company confirms 86 fired for taking unauthorized breaks Last Updated: Saturday, September 20, 2008 | 9:13 PM ET Comments158...
  • Uprising from the ashes of history
    China Muslim minorities Uprising from the ashes of history Last Updated: Tuesday, August 12, 2008 | 9:40 AM ET Comments64...
  • 1 dead, several injured by blasts in China's Xinjiang region
    1 dead, several injured by blasts in China's Xinjiang region Last Updated: Saturday, August 9, 2008 | 7:16 PM ET Comments3...
  • An attack in a Muslim-majority province in far western China has left 16 police officers dead.
    Attackers kill 16 police in Chinese border province 04/08/2008 10:53:15 PM An attack in a Muslim-majority province in far western China has left 16 police officers dead....
  • 29 dead, dozens wounded as blasts hit western India
    29 dead, dozens wounded as blasts hit western India Last Updated: Saturday, July 26, 2008 | 3:06 PM ET Comments16...
  • Muslim man wins human rights case of post-9/11 paranoia
    Muslim man wins human rights case of post-9/11 paranoia Last Updated: Thursday, July 24, 2008 | 1:56 AM ET Comments0...
  • Big mosque on the Prairie opens in Calgary
    Big mosque on the Prairie opens in Calgary Last Updated: Saturday, July 5, 2008 | 4:38 PM MT Comments243...
  • Rights commission dismisses complaint against Maclean's
    Rights commission dismisses complaint against Maclean's Last Updated: Saturday, June 28, 2008 | 7:09 PM ET Comments146...
  • Little Mosque producers strike deal with Fox
    Little Mosque producers strike deal with Fox Last Updated: Monday, June 9, 2008 | 3:29 PM CT Comments15...
  • Race the top motivator for hate crimes in Canada: report
    Race the top motivator for hate crimes in Canada: report Calgary, Kingston, Ottawa have highest rate of reported incidents Last Updated: Monday, June 9, 2008 | 2:10 PM ET Comments175...
  • Emotions run high over Maclean's article
    Emotions run high over Maclean's article TheStar.com - Canada - Emotions run high over Maclean's article ...
  • Tribunal hears final arguments on Maclean's article
    Tribunal hears final arguments on Maclean's articleTheStar.com - Canada - Tribunal hears final arguments on Maclean's article ...
  • Freedom of speech needs to be upheld, embattled Maclean's writer says
    Freedom of speech needs to be upheld, embattled Maclean's writer says Last Updated: Friday, June 6, 2008 | 7:31 PM ET Comments32...
  • B.C. tribunal hears complaint against Maclean's article
    B.C. tribunal hears complaint against Maclean's article Last Updated: Monday, June 2, 2008 | 10:31 PM ET Comments2...
  • Clash between traditional values, modern culture may be behind teen's death
    Clash between traditional values, modern culture may be behind teen's death Last Updated: Wednesday, December 12, 2007 | 9:26 AM ET The Canadian Press A slain Muslim teen whose father has been charged with second-degree murder apparently chafed at the prospect of wearing traditional religious garb, but members of the Islamic community warn against anyo...
  • White supremacists, anti-racism protesters clash in Calgary over veiled voting
    White supremacists, anti-racism protesters clash in Calgary over veiled voting Last Updated: Monday, October 15, 2007 | 10:22 AM MT CBC News Two people face assault charges after members of a white supremacist group protesting a decision to allow veiled voting faced off against anti-racism demonstrators ou...
  • Canada denies Muslim husband entry visa
    Canada denies Muslim husband entry visa Immigration department cites differences in 'culture and religion' Last Updated: Tuesday, October 16, 2007 | 9:05 PM ET CBC News Story Tools: E-MAIL | PRINT | ...
  • After public hearing council is exploring exemptions to smoking by-law
    After public hearing council is exploring exemptions to smoking by-law Sep, 20 2007 - 2:40 PM VANCOUVER/CKNW(AM980) - Vancouver city council is looking at changes to its new health by-law that would effectively ban smoking in the city. As of April 1st, smokers would be under a proviso ...
  • Smoking ban threatens Vancouver's hookah tea houses
    Smoking ban threatens Vancouver's hookah tea houses Last Updated: Thursday, September 20, 2007 | 1:33 PM ET CBC News Story Tools: E-MAIL | PRINT | Text Size: ...
  • Elections Canada chief won't back down on veiled voting
    Elections Canada chief won't back down on veiled voting Last Updated: Monday, September 10, 2007 | 12:16 PM ET CBC News Veiled women will not have to show their faces at polling stations in upcoming elections, but theymay be asked for sworn statements in some situations to verify their identities, Ca...
  • 'Chilly climate' greets Muslim university students: report
    'Chilly climate' greets Muslim university students: report Last Updated: Wednesday, March 21, 2007 | 4:25 PM ET CBC News Canadian universities are failing to accommodate the specific needs of Muslim students and are not doing enough to fix the "chilly climate" of discrimination they face, a report releasedWednesday by&n...
  • Moussaoui lashes out at defence lawyers
    Moussaoui lashes out at defence lawyers Last Updated Thu, 13 Apr 2006 13:06:31 EDT CBC News Confessed al Qaeda conspirator Zacarias Moussaoui verbally attacked his lawyers Thursday as he testified in his death-penalty trial for his role in planning the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks against the United States. INDEPTH: ...
  • Israel's anti-Arab parties
    Israel's anti-Arab parties By Khalid Amayreh in the West Bank ...
  • Swedish foreign minister resigns over Prophet cartoon scandal
    Swedish foreign minister resigns over Prophet cartoon scandal Last Updated Tue, 21 Mar 2006 11:47:29 EST CBC News Sweden's foreign minister, accused of lying about her role in shutting down a website that wanted to publish cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad, stepped down on Tuesday. INDEPTH: ...
  • Canada concerned over Afghan facing death for being a Christian
    Canada concerned over Afghan facing death for being a Christian Last Updated Tue, 21 Mar 2006 16:37:37 EST CBC News Canada has joined the list of countries closely watching a court case in Afghanistan, where under Islamic law a man could be sentenced to death for converting to Christianity. INDEPTH: ...
  • Pentagon probes alleged marine 'rampage' in Iraq
    Pentagon probes alleged marine 'rampage' in Iraq Last Updated Mon, 20 Mar 2006 11:43:02 EST CBC News The Pentagon has begun a criminal investigation after graphic videotape surfaced suggesting U.S. marines killed at least 15 unarmed civilians in November in the Iraqi town of Haditha. INDEPTH: ...
  • Arab League, Muslim groups blame U.S., Britain for Jericho raid
    Arab League, Muslim groups blame U.S., Britain for Jericho raid Last Updated Tue, 14 Mar 2006 13:47:46 EST CBC News The Arab League and other Muslim countries have condemned an Israeli raid on a West Bank jail that netted six Palestinian militants, blaming both Britain and the U.S. for allowing it to happen. INDEPTH: ...
  • Toronto marchers back right to publish Muhammad cartoons
    Toronto marchers back right to publish Muhammad cartoons Last Updated Sat, 11 Mar 2006 22:03:47 EST CBC News More than 100 demonstrators took to the streets in Toronto on Saturday to support free speech. TIMELINE: Muhammad cartoons ...
  • Local Muslim community holds open house
    Local Muslim community holds open house Feb, 22 2006 - 1:40 AM VANCOUVER/CKNW(AM980) - Every year, local Muslims gather for a special conference on the character of the holy prophet Muhammed. Tuesday evening, organizers opened it up to the public, in light of the worldwide de...
  • Muslim groups praise Canadian response to cartoons
    Muslim groups praise Canadian response to cartoons Last Updated Fri, 17 Feb 2006 14:00:45 EST CBC News A coalition of Muslim groups praised Canadians on Friday for their non-violent reaction to caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad that have sparked violent protests around the world. INDEPTH: ...
  • Pakistani cleric announces big reward for killing Prophet cartoonist
    Pakistani cleric announces big reward for killing Prophet cartoonist 10:54:59 EST Feb 17, 2006 ...
  • Comments on Klein's wife spark new controversy for Western Standard
    Comments on Klein's wife spark new controversy for Western Standard Last Updated Wed, 15 Feb 2006 19:57:00 EST CBC News A Calgary-based political magazine, already under fire for publishing cartoons offensive to Muslims, is now being accused of racism after publishing derogatory comments about the wife of the Alberta premier. The comments were part of ...
  • Western Canadian magazine publishes Muhammad cartoons
    Western Canadian magazine publishes Muhammad cartoons Last Updated Mon, 13 Feb 2006 12:00:28 EST CBC News The publisher of an Alberta-based political magazine is defending his decision to publish controversial cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad, saying Western media have been cowed into fear. ...
  • Harper 'regrets' publication of Muslim caricatures; group warns of danger to troops
    Harper 'regrets' publication of Muslim caricatures; group warns of danger to troops Last Updated Tue, 14 Feb 2006 17:26:31 EST CBC News On the same day a Canadian Islamic group warned that reprinting cartoons of Muhammad could endanger Canadian troops overseas, Prime Minister Stephen Harper said he regretted their publication. "Free speech is a ri...
  • The power of the press: a double-edged sword
    If ever there was an instance where a small but hurtful act had worldwide implications, it was when a Danish newspaper hit the streets on Sept. 30, 2005. The paper featured caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad, one of them depicting him wearing a turban in the form of a time bomb. The 12 cartoons were commissioned by the conservative paper Jyllands-Posten. Since then, the caricatures have caused an uproar in the Muslim world and sparked a new battle over freedom of speech, religiou...
  • Annan: Media should respect religion
    Annan: Media should respect religion by Thursday 02 February 2006 8:50 PM GMT The UN chief voiced concern over the Muhammad cartoon row Kofi Annan, the UN secretary-general, has said that freedom of the press should not be an excuse for insulting religions and expressed concern about the controversy over a Danish newspaper's publication of cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad. Stephane Dujarric, the UN's chief spokesman, said on Thursday: "H...
  • Fearful Christmas in Baghdad
    Fearful Christmas in Baghdad By Zaineb Salah Ahmed in Baghdad Sunday 25 December 2005, 9:23 Makka Time, 6:23 GMT Iraqi Christians light a bonfire on Christmas Eve Related: Church blasts fail to dent Iraqi unity Islamist groups deny role in church blasts Iraqi Muslims, Christians stress unity Several killed in attack on Iraqi churches Tools: Email Article Print Article Send...
  • 'My kidnappers were not criminals'
    'My kidnappers were not criminals' by Monday 26 December 2005 7:36 PM GMT Susanne Osthoff said that her captors wanted humanitarian aid A former German hostage who spent 24 days in the hands of unknown captors in Iraq has said her kidnappers are not criminals and have demanded humanitarian aid for Sunni Arab regions. Speaking to Aljazeera satellite channel, Susanne Osthoff said her captors told her not to be afraid as her kidnapping was ...
  • Pakistani man charged in 'honour killings' of 4 daughters
    Pakistani man charged in 'honour killings' of 4 daughters Last Updated Thu, 29 Dec 2005 09:40:52 EST CBC News The alleged honour killing of four sisters in Pakistan has outraged human rights groups in the conservative Islamic country, where such deaths are common. Nazir Ahmed, a 40-year-old impoverished labourer from a small town in eastern Punjab province, has been charged following the death of his three young daughters aged four, seven, and eight, a...
  • New threats of violence in Indonesia
    New threats of violence in Indonesia Last Updated Sat, 24 Dec 2005 08:42:14 EST CBC News Thousands of security forces are on guard across Indonesia amid threats that al-Qaeda-linked militants were planning attacks over the holiday period. * INDEPTH: Indonesia Maj. Gen. Firman Gani, Jakarta's police chief, said Jemaah Islamiyah militants might try to retaliate for the death of bomb-making expert Azahari Husin, who was gunned down in a...
  • US confirms monitoring Muslim homes
    US confirms monitoring Muslim homes by Saturday 24 December 2005 7:39 AM GMT Mosques and Muslim homes and workplaces were monitored US officials have confirmed that the FBI and Energy Department have conducted thousands of searches for radioactive materials at private sites nationwide in the past three years, The New York Times reports. The existence of such a search programme was disclosed on Thursday by US News and World Report's websi...
  • Serbs on trial for Srebrenica massacre
    Serbs on trial for Srebrenica massacre by Tuesday 20 December 2005 4:36 PM GMT Footage showed handcuffed prisoners being shot in the back Five Serb paramilitaries who allegedly appeared in a video showing the murder of Muslim youths during the Srebrenica massacre have gone on trial in Belgrade. The war crimes trial is the first to be held in Serbia concerning the July 1995 massacre of about 8000 Muslim males in Bosnia's wartime enclave o...
  • Scholar: There is no clash of civilisations
    Scholar: There is no clash of civilisations by Firas Al-Atraqchi in Cairo, Egypt Tuesday 20 December 2005 2:07 PM GMT Armstrong was in Cairo as a guest of the American University One of the foremost authorities on monotheistic religions and traditions, Karen Armstrong's writings on Islam have come into public focus following 9-11. Born in 1944, Armstrong began her journey to faith as a Roman Catholic nun but left her order in 1969 when s...
  • Progressive Muslim MeetUps
    Progressive Muslim MeetUps CBC News Viewpoint | December 13, 2005 | More from Natasha Fatah Natasha Fatah Natasha Fatah is a producer for CBC Radio's Current Affairs Show "As It Happens." Prior to that, she was a television and radio reporter in Windsor, Ontario. She has degrees in Journalism from Ryerson University and in Political Science from the University of Toronto. She has lectured on anti-racism, politics and media studies at elementary and secondary schools around ...
  • Rare Islamic texts to go online
    Rare Islamic texts to go online by Monday 12 December 2005 2:48 AM GMT Handwritten Islamic documents are about to go online A treasure trove of information about life in the early Islamic world is to go online, enabling Muslims, scholars and the merely curious to peer into a window on the faith's rich history. Numbering more than 10,000 texts, Princeton University's collection of handwritten Islamic documents, books and letters is the la...
  • Calls grow to free Iraq hostages
    Calls grow to free Iraq hostages by Tuesday 13 December 2005 11:03 AM GMT Palestinians are demanding that the hostages be freed Supporters and well-wishers from around the globe have appealed for the release of four Christian activists held hostage in Iraq, with Muslim groups and relatives reiterating that the four supported the Iraqi people. The previously unknown Swords of Righteousness Brigade, which kidnapped the four men from the Ch...
  • Indonesia Muslims to guard churches
    Indonesia Muslims to guard churches by Friday 09 December 2005 5:51 AM GMT Christians form the country\'s second largest religious group Volunteers from Indonesia\'s largest Islamic organisation will guard churches across the world\'s most populous Muslim nation on Christmas amid fears of terrorist attacks. Jakarta police have said they will boost security in the capital ahead of Christmas to avoid a repeat of 2000 Christmas Eve bombings...
  • How a Belgian girl next door ended up a suicide bomber in Iraq
    By RAF CASERT Friday, December 2, 2005 Page A19 Associated Press MONCEAU-SUR-SAMBRE, BELGIUM -- She was the typical girl-next-door, the pretty daughter of a hospital secretary who grew up on a quiet street in this rust-belt town and finished high school before becoming a baker's assistant. Years later, she was in Baghdad, carrying out a suicide bombing in the name of jihad, a disturbing sign of the reach of Islamic militancy. ...
  • Muslim convert lashes out at teachers
    By GREG MCARTHUR Monday, December 5, 2005 Page A11 A 21-year-old Cornwall man recently suspended by his adult Catholic high school after an argument over his Muslim cap says his conversion to Islam isn't being taken seriously because he is white. But the school board says Yousaf Antoine, who recently went by the name Jody Antoine, is allowed to wear any religious headgear he wants, as long as he gives teachers advance notice about his new faith....
  • Muslim clerics demand release of captive Westerners
    Muslim clerics demand release of captive Westerners Last Updated Wed, 30 Nov 2005 17:21:58 EST CBC News A group of influential Sunni Muslim clerics in Iraq and Palestinian activists issued separate pleas Wednesday for the release of two Canadians and three other Westerners being held hostage in Iraq. Palestinian activists called for the release of Harmeet Singh Sooden, above, and other captives, saying they helped Palestinians in the West Bank. (CP Photo/Chris...
  • Rice says cruel interrogation barred, leaves questions about U.S. practices
    Rice says cruel interrogation barred, leaves questions about U.S. practices 15:26:09 EST Dec 7, 2005 ANNE GEARAN KYIV, Ukraine (AP) - Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice gave Washington's most comprehensive accounting yet of U.S. rules on treatment of prisoners in the war on terrorism Wednesday, but her assurances left loopholes for practices akin to torture. Rice said cruel and degrading interrogation methods are off limits for all U.S. personnel at h...
  • Iraqi group urges prison abuse inquiry
    Iraqi group urges prison abuse inquiry by Wednesday 16 November 2005 11:19 AM GMT Some detainees are said to have been abused Iraq's government faces calls for an international inquiry into abuse at a secret prison in Baghdad where inmates were reportedly tortured, beaten and starved. The call by the Sunni-based Iraqi Islamic Party on Wednesday comes after revelations that about 170 detainees, mostly Sunni, were illegally held at a centr...
  • Starved, tortured prisoners found in Iraqi cell
    Starved, tortured prisoners found in Iraqi cell Last Updated Tue, 15 Nov 2005 13:54:58 EST CBC News Iraq is investigating the discovery of more than 170 prisoners in a government bunker in Baghdad where many were found starved, beaten and tortured. * INDEPTH: Iraq Iraqi officials made the announcement Tuesday, two days after U.S. troops surrounded the Interior Ministry compound where the detainees were being held in an underground ce...
  • Arar was tortured, inquiry fact-finder concludes
    Arar was tortured, inquiry fact-finder concludes Last Updated Thu, 27 Oct 2005 11:21:24 EDT CBC News Ottawa engineer Maher Arar was tortured while in custody in Syria three years ago and he still suffers from the aftereffects of his treatment, a fact-finder appointed by the Arar inquiry concludes in a report released Thursday. * INDEPTH: Maher Arar 'Arar's psychological state was seriously damaged and he remains fragile... Economical...
  • Religious turbulence hits Indonesia
    Religious turbulence hits Indonesia by Marianne Kearney in Jakarta, Indonesia Sunday 09 October 2005 9:25 AM GMT The attacks have been a blot on Indonesia's religious tolerance A spate of recent church closures and attacks on the compound of a sect has highlighted a debate raging within the Indonesian Muslim community over religious freedom and tolerance. On 21 September, hundreds of young men attacked the compound of a small sect, the A...
  • US televangelist wants Chavez killed
    US televangelist wants Chavez killed by Tuesday 23 August 2005 6:56 AM GMT Chavez has emerged as one of America's harshest critics US televangelist Pat Robertson has called for the assassination of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez while a radio host has been fired by a Washington station after he refused to apologise for calling Islam a terrorist organisation. Calling Chavez a "terrific danger" to the US, Robertson, founder of the Christ...
  • Jewish settler kills 4 Arab Israelis on bus
    Jewish settler kills 4 Arab Israelis on bus Last Updated Thu, 04 Aug 2005 22:39:37 EDT CBC News A man wearing an Israeli army uniform opened fire inside a bus in an Israeli Arab town and killed four people, in an attack being linked to the country's planned withdrawal from Gaza. 19-year-old Israeli gunman who opened fire killing passengers on a bus in the Israeli town of Shfaram. (AP photo) * INDEPTH: Israeli settlements At le...
  • Hate crimes against U.K. Muslims soar
    Hate crimes against U.K. Muslims soar Last Updated Wed, 03 Aug 2005 13:33:12 EDT CBC News The number of hate crimes primarily affecting Muslims in the United Kingdom soared 600 per cent in the weeks after the London bombings on July 7, police say. * INDEPTH: London Bombing Crime statistics show there were 269 hate-motivated attacks in the three weeks following the bombings that killed 56 people. Similar crimes during the same period ...
  • CSIS denies imam's charge
    CSIS denies imam's charge Last Updated Wed, 27 Jul 2005 22:32:11 EDT CBC News The Canadian Security Intelligence Service has hotly denied an allegation from a Muslim cleric that two of its agents roughed up a Muslim woman. CSIS spokesperson John Dunn says the service has investigated Imam Aly Hindy's charge that security agents manhandled a young Muslim woman when her husband was out of their home. The imam, well-known in the Toronto are...
  • Italian court issues arrest warrants for more CIA agents
    Italian court issues arrest warrants for more CIA agents Last Updated Mon, 25 Jul 2005 13:54:29 EDT CBC News An Italian court has issued arrest warrants for six more alleged CIA agents, accusing them of helping kidnap an Egyptian Muslim cleric in 2003, a court official says. In June, a judge issued warrants for 13 alleged CIA operatives, but turned down the requests for six others accused of involvement in the abduction of Osama Mustafa Hassan Nasr. Pr...
  • Man shot by U.K. police not connected to bomb attacks
    Man shot by U.K. police not connected to bomb attacks Last Updated Sat, 23 Jul 2005 23:56:52 EDT CBC News British police say a man they killed on a London subway train wasn't connected to Thursday's attempted bombings in the city's transit system. * INDEPTH: London bombing investigation A surveillance camera image of a suspect taken on Hackney Road bus. (AP Photo/ Metropolitan Police) The man, identified by police as 2...
  • Britain's alliance with U.S. puts it at risk of terrorism, think tank says
    Britain's alliance with U.S. puts it at risk of terrorism, think tank says 12:17 PM EDT Jul 18 ED JOHNSON LONDON (AP) - Britain's close alliance with the United States has put it at particular risk of terrorist attack, two leading think tanks said Monday, but a government minister said the nation would not have been safer by staying out of wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. The continuing debate about the wisdom of Britain's military commitments has intensi...
  • Report ties London bombs to Iraq war
    Report ties London bombs to Iraq war Last Updated Mon, 18 Jul 2005 09:37:59 EDT CBC News Britain's government is denying suggestions that its role in the Iraq war provoked the deadly bombings in London earlier this month. A study co-authored by two of the country's leading think-tanks – the Royal Institute of International Affairs and the Economic and Social Research Council – said the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq gave al-Qaeda a fundraising and recruitme...
  • Dozens killed in Iraq violence
    Dozens killed in Iraq violence by Tuesday 24 May 2005 2:29 AM GMT Escalating violence has killed about 610 people since 28 April A string of car bombs and attacks in a continuing wave of violence has killed at least 49 people and wounded more than 130 across Iraq. A Baghdad restaurant popular with the police, a Shia mosque, and the home of a community leader near Mosul were among the sites that came under attack on Monday. ...
  • Angered by Iraq war, bombers driven to suicide attacks, say friends
    Angered by Iraq war, bombers driven to suicide attacks, say friends 12:20 PM EDT Jul 15 SCHEHEREZADE FARAMARZI LEEDS, England (AP) - Shahzad Tanweer, the 22-year-old son of an affluent Pakistani-born businessman, turned to Islam, the religion of his birth, a few years ago. The transformation was gradual, but then his relentless reading of the Qur'an and daily prayers became almost an obsession, his friends told The Associated Press. He became withdrawn...
  • Ex-U.S. Marine: I Killed Civilians in Iraq
    http://www.democracynow.org/article.pl?sid=04/05/24/148212 Ex-U.S. Marine: I Killed Civilians in Iraq Listen to Segment || Download Show mp3 Watch 128k stream Watch 256k stream Read Transcript Help Printer-friendly version Email to a friend Purchase Video/CD Ex-Marine Staff Sergeant Jimmy Massey talks about his time in Iraq where he admitted the U.S. treatment of Iraqi civilians is fueling the Iraqi resistance. ...
  • Thousands mark 10th anniversary of slaughter of almost 8,000
    Thousands mark 10th anniversary of slaughter of almost 8,000 Srebrenica Muslims 12:09 PM EDT Jul 11 SAMIR KRILIC SREBRENICA, Bosnia-Herzegovina (AP) - World leaders joined some 50,000 survivors and guests Monday in marking Europe's worst massacre since the Second World War - the death of nearly 8,000 Srebrenica Muslims 10 years ago. But Fatima Budic was alone with her grief. Budic huddled over the coffin of her 14-year-old son, and the s...
  • Qur'an thrown in toilet by U.S. guards: ex-prisoner
    Qur'an thrown in toilet by U.S. guards: ex-prisoner Last Updated Tue, 28 Jun 2005 12:58:50 EDT CBC News A Muslim cleric once held at the U.S. prison camp at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, has told reporters in Moscow that fellow prisoners told him that guards desecrated the Qur'an by putting it in a toilet. * INDEPTH: Guantanamo A Guantamamo Bay cell block. (AP file photo) Airat Vakhitov, who was released last year, said he did...
  • Saudis debate ban on women drivers
    Saudis debate ban on women drivers by Friday 10 June 2005 5:27 AM GMT Saudi Arabia is the only country that prohibits women drivers A Saudi man's call to lift a decades-old ban against women driving - the only prohibition of its kind in the world - has been met with death threats and opposition. Mohammed al-Zulfa's knew his proposal last month to Saudi Arabia's appointed advisory council, of which he is a member, would stir controversy....
  • U.S. admits abuses to Qur'an in Guantanamo
    http://www.cbc.ca/story/world/national/2005/06/03/quran050603.html?print U.S. admits abuses to Qur'an in Guantanamo Last Updated Sat, 04 Jun 2005 07:59:17 EDT CBC News The U.S. Pentagon confirmed Friday a list of abuses involving the Qur'an, Islam's holy book, by American personnel at Guantanamo Bay, but said the incidents were relatively minor. * INDEPTH: Afghanistan A story published in Newsweek last ...
  • Religion, suicide terrorism link disputed in book
    http://today.reuters.com/news/newsArticle.aspx?type=topNews&storyID=2005-06-03T184426Z_01_N03269274_RTRIDST_0_NEWS-SECURITY-TERRORISM-DC.XML Religion, suicide terrorism link disputed in book Fri Jun 3, 2005 2:44 PM ET By Patricia Wilson WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A surge in suicide attacks in Iraq and elsewhere around the world is a response to territorial occupation and has no direct link with Islamic fundamentalism, according to the author of a n...
  • War crimes court asked to investigate 7 suspects in Srebrenica execution video
    http://www.cbc.ca/cp/world/050603/w060360.html War crimes court asked to investigate 7 suspects in Srebrenica execution video 02:40 PM EDT Jun 03 BELGRADE, Serbia-Montenegro (AP) - Prosecutors asked a war crimes court Friday to investigate seven men suspected of being the killers seen this week in video footage of the Srebrenica massacre of 1995. Ten suspects were arrested after the video was aired Wednesday on Serbian TV. Four remain in custod...
  • Bosnian mother turns on TV to see son executed in Srebrenica massacre video
    http://www.cbc.ca/cp/world/050603/w060340.html Bosnian mother turns on TV to see son executed in Srebrenica massacre video 02:36 PM EDT Jun 03 SAMIR KRILIC SARAJEVO, Bosnia-Herzegovina (AP) - Shaken and in tears, Nura Alispahic said Friday she turned on the TV to watch the news - then saw a gruesome video of the shooting deaths of her teenage son Azmir and five other Muslims from Srebrenica by Serb forces in July 1995. "I saw with my own...
  • Afghan mosque bombed, killing at least 20 and wounding dozens
    KANDAHAR, Afghanistan (AP) - A bomb from a suicide attacker tore through a mosque during Wednesday's funeral for a Muslim cleric opposed to the Taliban, killing at least 20 people, and the local governor said an al-Qaida-linked militant was responsible. At least 42 people were wounded. The attack - which came on the heels of a major upsurge in rebel violence in recent months including assassinations, near-daily clashes with rebels and the kidnapping of an Italian ai...
  • Muslim woman demands apology from Amazon.com after receiving defiled Qur’an
    http://www.cbc.ca/cp/world/050518/w051886.html...
  • Tensions between U.S. and Muslims reaching new highs, say analysts
    http://www.cbc.ca/cp/world/050511/w051194.html http://english.aljazeera.net/NR/exeres/8D3AB7A8-F9D1-4BE5-A8E5-B1B04561EE07.htm Although these figures are only from the US, my feeling and experience seems to be that anti-Islamic sentiment is definitely on the rise in many parts of the world since 9/11 ...
  • When Government Agencies Manufacture Terror
    This is quite alarming if the RCMP (Police) in Canada could even manipulate and coerce, vulnerable, addicts who became Muslims. A lot of rhetoric calls for "Muslims to speak out against terror and stop it". How can we stop it when the police are the ones behind it and possibly other governments and intelligence agencies? In fact if we look at most cases of terror no one is ever held responsible for organizing or creating the terror. Sufficient investigation i...
  • Fighting Terrorism is what the Prophet Muhammad did and is the Duty of All Muslims
    Terrorism was rampant when the first official Muslims appeared when the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)began his prophethood and received divine relevation. Even though our Prophet is gone, we still have the most important gift from him, the Holy Qur'an which remains intact and universal to all Muslims since it was revealed. John Esposito sees Muhammad as a reformer who condemned practices of the pagan Arabs such as female infanticide, exploitat...
  • Is Islam Really The Religion of Peace that Muslims Practice?
    There are two answers to this two part question and the answers really come down to a factual basis and also separating actions from the teachings of any religion including Islam. I say this because in the world there are examples of people who are of certain religions or professions that disgrace the rest and incorrect and harmful actions can't be used to stereotype or prejudice an entire group. To find the answer you need to look into the larger picture and have an understanding...
  • 10 Steps to Permanently Defeat Islamic Terrorism
    This article is based on the phenomenon of certain individuals and groups specifically seeking to stop or defeat Islamic terrorism. First and foremost shouldn't all terrorism be stopped regardless of ethnic or religious background? To suggest that terrorism is perpetrated by specific religions or groups only encourages others to engage in it especially if they feel no one is paying attention because they are of a different background. In fact if we look past judging what i...
  • Why do Muslims come to our country?
    Yes, it's 2017 and this is really a serious question for many in the West, especially Europe and the USA. The last time a similar question was raised, we had the holocaust, millions of lives were lost and the displacement caused a ripple effect in the middle east causing millions more to suffer and perish. So things are not looking too bright but this is an opportunity to educate those who were not aware of the reality for many Muslim countries for decades and longer in recent h...
  • Secret Counsels against Islam will not succeed
    This is section 17 from Surah 4 and is talking about the secret plans of the hypocrites of Islam. The Qur'an states that some of them plot to lead the Muslim community astray but that their plans will be of no use in the end (to Muslims who believe and follow according to what Allah has revealed). But for the Grace of Allah to thee and his Mercy, a party of them would certainly have plotted to lead thee astray. But (in fact)...
  • Messages for People of the Book (Christians & Jews) from the Qur'an
    This is a message to Christians and Jews to believe in Islam and the Qur'an because the Qur'an verifies and affirms the truth of the Bible and the Torah. It is also important to remember that these verses/ayyats apply to Muslims. Muslims are not exempt from making the same mistakes as the previous people. O ye People of the Book! believe in what We have (now) revealed, confirming what was (already) with you, before We change the face a...
  • Simple rules of Islam in a single verse/ayyat
    Serve Allah, and join not any partners with Him; and do good- to parents, kinsfolk, orphans, those in need, neighbours who are near, neighbours who are strangers, the companion by your side, the wayfarer (ye meet), and what your right hands possess: For Allah loveth not the arrogant, the vainglorious;- - 4:36 (Y. Ali) The above is just a single ay...
  • Polygamy in Islam is an exception and not the rule based on the Qur'an
    This is such a confusing subject for both Muslims and non-Muslims but the Holy Qur'an makes it clear that Polygamy is permitted as an exception, not a rule under exceptional circumstances and the Qur'an declares it is not allowed except for the Prophet (PBUH) as it was for all prophets to ensure their lineage continued. As we can see below the Qu'an mentions the marriage of up to 4 orphans in the course of justice (in the Qur'an this was written during a time of war when many men were...
  • The Importance of Honesty, Justice & Integrity in Islam
    No prophet could (ever) be false to his trust. If any person is so false, He shall, on the Day of Judgment, restore what he misappropriated; then shall every soul receive its due,- whatever it earned,- and none shall be dealt with unjustly. - 3:161 (Y. Ali) We see it again in the next ayyat that being a good Muslim goes hand in ...
  • The root of modern day trouble in the Muslim World created by Wahhabism/Salafism from Saudi Arabia
    This article is meant to educate and inform the readers about history and facts about Saudi Arabia's history and current events that affect both non-Muslims and Muslims around the world. Saudi Arabia is home to the world's holiest cites in Mecca and Medinah and should above all be held to the highest standard of Islam and for mankind, but has failed completely on all levels to follow the Qur'an and to be a peaceful and positive force in both the non-Muslim and Muslim world that we are e...
  • Comments in response to Xinjiang/Uyghur/Uighur Needle Attacks and Islam/Muslims In China
    I am a Canadian born, Chinese Muslim (Han) and would like to say a few things. Before visiting China I had the same incorrect opinion that most people do, because of the lies in the media. I support China's efforts and response to the violence in Xinjiang because I've seen the truth for myself after visiting China twice, and find the media accounts on this event and most other events and descriptions of everday life to be far from the truth. China does not ...
  • Qur'an Compels Muslim to Speak the truth even against family
    This is a very significant quote that compels Muslims to do justice and tell the truth even against a loved one. 4:135 (Y. Ali) O ye who believe! stand out firmly for justice, as witnesses to Allah, even as against yourselves, or your parents, or your kin, and whether it be (against) rich or poor: for Allah can best protect both. Follow not the lusts (of your hearts), lest ye swerve, and if ye distort (justice) or decline to do justice, verily Allah is well- acquainted with...
  • Violence in Islam? Violence is only permissible in self-defense - Response to 9:29 that anti-Islamists Use
    Regarding 9:29, you should know it was revealed in Madinah, under the context of Muslims being attacked constantly by the Quarish. It applies in the situation where you're being attacked and fighting for your life. We could find the same conclusion by analyzing the Bible or the Tor'ah (there are sites out there just like hate sites that people use to attack Muslims over). I'm not attacking any other religion though, I'm just putting it into perspective for the readers, ...
  • Qur'an Surah Revelation - Location Which Surah was revealed in Madinah/Makkah(Mecca) ?
    I think this is very important when reading the Qur'an, it gives you an idea of the context and situation it was written other. Especially because anti-Islamists try and take a few select verses from the Qur'an out of context in order to convince others that Islam is violent and intolerant to non-Muslims. We must remember the conditions each verse was made under, and also take into consideration other supporting verses when reading and interpreting the Qur'an. If one verse...
  • Reply about China, Islam and Christianity
    RPearce says: Yes, Mulims in China are free to build Mosques, in exactly the same way Christians are allowed to build Churches. And, just like with Priests, all Imans are approved by, and then appointed by, the Chinese state. You will find lots of sites complaining about the Chinese restrictions on the Christians. ======== In France, they have strict restrictions on Imam's, you need to have a Master's to be an Imam. In other Western countries they pla...
  • More comments to Uighur's on Xinjiang riots, Rebiya Kadeer and separatism
    akmeme, I mean no offense but I think this is only about separatism and these are lies. No Uighur's have presented any logical arguments to me. Also why do Uighur's support the violence in Xinjiang? Uighur's here tried to convince me I cannot pray at the Mosque in China, when you didn't know I am a Muslim. If Rebiya Kadeer is the leader of Uighur protests she is a terrorist. I have shown through Xin Hua and the comments of the victims family in...
  • My Summary on the Urumqi, Xinjiang Uighur Violence
    There is no doubt this is based on separatist activity. I have found the claims of the Uighur Protesters contradicted in so many ways. A few interesting facts: 1. Xinjiang has 13 Ethnic Minorities, most of which are Muslims, yet only Uighur's are protesting and they are the majority in Xinjiang http://www.china.org.cn/english/MATERIAL/139389.htm 2. Uighur's are exempt from China's one child policy 3. The two Uighur's killed in the Shaoguan Toy Fac...
  • Xinjiang has 13 Ethnic Minorities, mainly Muslim/Islamic
    Ifound this information useful, they have different religions and ethnicities in Xinjiang, and most are Muslims. http://www.china.org.cn/english/MATERIAL/139389.htm It does not make sense that if China is attacking Muslims, why the other groups are not complaining. It seems that the Uighur's are as a majority have a separatist movement going on. It's unfortunate that so many are swayed into the idea of separatism when China has respected Islam throughout th...
  • Response to anti-Islamic attack which calls for persecution of Islam and Muslims
    Dannyboy56 said: The problem about Jihad is that it is a serious and is exists. It won’t go away by itself. Even if a small percentage of the Muslims are turning radical, that small percentage is too much of a threat if that radicalization translates into violence. ==================== Before I start I want people to know I'm responding to the context of how Muslims are treated in the West, not in China. Because in China I never had any problem as a Muslim....
  • Response to anti-Islamists and anti-Chinese on the Xinjiang Violence
    Microbear77 says: Islamists will have a hard time making headways in China because China doesn't care what other people think of their measures. They do what they feel is best for their country. If Islamists want to prod China they may realize to their chagrin that it won't turn out their way. ============================= People posting anti-Islamic sentiments could be doing it for not only religious reasons but racism as well. I am saying it in this conte...
  • Response to Uighur Protests in Vancouver regarding Xinjiang and the Uighur Urumqi Protest
    Bet you were only there as a tourist. Offcourse, you only saw what China wants to present Xinkiang to the world. Suggest you talk to local people, and special those living in south part of Xinkiang next time when you are there. Yes, every religion calls for peace and harmony, but what if you can not pratice your relligion freely, and you are discriminated just because you are a muslim. As a chinese muslim, good for you, you are not practicing your religion th...
  • Comments on Vancouver protest of Uighur's on Xinjiang, Urumqi Protests
    I am disappointed by this separatist activity. I am a Chinese Muslim, and I have nothing against Uighur's in general, but having visited China I do not understand their claims and their supposed plight. I support the Chinese government, although I have protested against the ethnic cleansing in Israel, Sri Lanka and other places. I was born here and lead to be believe China is evil, but my views have changed after visiting and seeing that Islam is free and accept...
  • Comments about Uighur Protest in Vancouver over Xinjiang, China
    I do not agree with people complaining that Uighur's are protesting. It is your right to protest if you want, and there were a lot of people bashing Uighur's for this. I do not agree with some of the racists bashing Uighur's, unfortunately in Canada there are lots of racists who do not like new Canadians. But what I do not understand, is that I cannot find any solid information about why some Uighur's are upset with China. I have heard the accusations, but hav...
  • Response to anti-Islamic and Islamophobic comments
    FreeCanada says: The problem about this is that Islam isn't a religion it is a culture and won't rest, till Shariah law is law of the land and those not abiding by ALLAH are prisioned and stoned. ================================ I am a Chinese Muslim who was born in Canada and think I can offer a unique perspective and information. I take exception with your comments, because it generalizes all Muslims as thinking that way, when that is not the case. For...
  • Another comment about Xinjiang and Uighur's
    akmeme said Bet you were only there as a tourist. Offcourse, you only saw what China wants to present Xinkiang to the world. Suggest you talk to local people, and special those living in south part of Xinkiang next time when you are there. Yes, every religion calls for peace and harmony, but what if you can not pratice your relligion freely, and you are discriminated just because you are a muslim. As a chinese muslim, good for you, you are not practicing your reli...
  • More comments about the recent Uighur and Han violence in Xinjiang
    I am very saddened at the violence in Xinjiang, where fellow Chinese (Han and Uighur) have been fighting amongst each other. I hope that the people of Xinjiang will not fall into the trap and violence that was set by separtists. Regardless of your ethnic background, China has the policy that "everyone is Chinese" and that achieving peace and harmony can only be done through equal treatment of all citizens. I also do not think it is fair to villify Uighurs ...
  • Uighur/Uyghur Ethnic Muslims Protest in Urumqi, Xinjiang Comments about China, Islam and establishing the facts
    Ithink it's important to establish the facts here, many of which are in stark contrast to what is being reported in media. I also don't believe Uighurs or Tibetans in general want indepedence or condone any form of violent protests, this is a minority of people being influenced and controlled by outside forces. The Uighurs by the East Turkestan Independence movement (exhiled Uighurs linked to this listed terrorist group). Some of the facts that aren't bein...
  • Another example of Hadith introducing beliefs that contradict our Qur'an
    This is another shameful example of the confusion Hadith introduce to Muslims.Let's remember that there are thousands of Hadith, and even the so-called authentic Hadith authors, admit they've done their best to compile what they believe are authentic Hadith.The fact is that even Bukhari admits, even his collection may not be perfect.Further, the Hadith quotes the sister (link below) has found completely change the fundamentals taught in the Qur'an of marriage and decency....
  • Rebuttal to anti-Islamists over the state of Israel
    This is just in response to the anti-Islamists who have been copying and pasting from anti-Islamic hate sites to miscontrue Islam.The Qur'an does not allow for any violence except in the case of self-defense, in fact the Qur'an repeats over and over that if the enemy (in times of war) wants peace, you can't continue fighting.This issue has nothing to do with Islam, it has to do with occupation and the Zionist leaders in Israel wanting a "Jewish" majority, and Ra...
  • Dangers of Hadith Hadeeth
    Key points from the Qur'an to consider: 2:79 Then woe to those who write the Book with their own hands, and then say:"This is from Allah," to traffic with it for miserable price!- Woe to them for what their hands do write, and for the gain they make thereby.2:159 Those who conceal the clear (Signs) We have sent down, and the Guidan...
  • Muslims Should Not Follow Blindly
    Qur'an 17:36. And pursue not that of which thou hast no knowledge; for every act of hearing, or of seeing or of (feeling in) the heart will be enquired into (on the Day of Reckoning).That is one of many verses which I believe compel Muslims to think before they act, especially when it comes to blindly following what they have heard from others, whether it be an Imam or close loved one, the Qur'an tells us that we are going to be held accountable for ...
  • General Colin Powell Remarks
    At 9:49 ...
  • An End To The Muslim Debate Over Sighting The Moon To Determine When Ramadan Begins & Ends
    Qur'an10:5. It is He Who made the sun to be a shining glory and the moon to be a light (of beauty), and measured out stages for her; that ye might know the number of years and the count (of time). Nowise did Allah create this but in truth and righteousness. (Thus) doth He explain His Signs in detail, for those who understand.In my humble opinion this is ...
  • Reply To People Who Stereotype All Muslims As Extremists Due To The Actions Of A Few
    Which leader are you talking about and why is he denouncing North Americans? Regardless of what he said, should all Iraqis be portrayed this way even if they don't agree with this one leader's views? Nations around the world criticize North America for all kinds of things, but if they aren't Muslims I guess it doesn't matter to you.I do not support extremism, however, I find it strange how people who are so against Muslims, don't speak out when Muslim civilians are ...
  • Response to people who accuse Muslims of being against Free Speech regarding the MacLean's BCHRT Case
    Is any Muslim who doesn't like lies being told about them must be a radical?Why should I go back to the middle east, we were born here and our origins are not from the middle east.That's the problem people face when it comes to racists who don't know the facts and base their opinions on stereotypes.There are 1.2 billion Muslims in the world, less than 1% could fall into your radical category. I certainly don't, either, I've never committe...
  • More Debates about Violence In Islam
    Our response:I'd like to reply first of all by saying you cannot take random verses out of the Qu'ran and come to a conclusion. You have also just picked keywords and phrases out of the verses, some of which end by stating violence can only be used against those who fight you, and not those who offer you peace.We could find the same conclusion by analyzing the Bible or the Tor'ah (there are sites out there just like hate...
  • Muslim Saves Jewish Man from anti-semtic attacks by Christian Extremists
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  • Rebuttal to anti-Islamists who say the Qur'an allows the killing of disbelievers.
    An example of the quotes from the Qur'an an anti-Islamist would use:009:029 "Fight those who do not believe in Allah or the Last Day, who do not forbid that which has been forbidden by Allah and His Messenger, or acknowledge the Religion of Truth (Islam), (even if they are) People of the Book (Christians and Jews), until they pay the Jizyah tribute tax in submission, feeling themselves subdued and brought low."...
  • The traits of the average person who hates Islam and Muslims, intolerance and ignorance
    We thought we'd cite a common example, that there are many things in common with those who hate Islam and Muslims and spread hate and propaganda.It is clear that many of these people are simply uneducated racists, while others may be a combination of racists, who are also motivated by extreme religious views to destroy Islam.Many are also on an apparent mission to amend the laws of whatever countries Muslims inhabit in order to fight Islam, unfortunately.It is...
  • A Filthy Man
    A Filthy Man By Areeb Yasir Recently, I witnessed the tragic separation of a daughter and her parents. A grossly incompetent husband stripped her of her last esteem and tore this wonderful woman from her loving parents. Why? How? Simply put, this filthy man bluntly told her parents ‘don’t ever call your daughter again.’ And than, he took her and his two daughters to a different province, where she knows no one; where he can further hinder her helpless. After performing Haj...
  • Canada Makes More Sense
    This is what an educated Canadian said on CBC about Ann McLellan's comment about us not being prepared for transit attacks. It's refreshing to see that many Canadians are educated and rational unlike our Liberal government. (If we chose the NDP we know we would not be involved in any unjust or illegal wars that put us in harms way). What some Canadians had to say about McLellan's comments on CBC view point: I have no desire whatsoever to become "psychologica...
  • How Disgusting
    How Disgusting I have rarely been so upset at the comments I have read and as a muslim I have to vent my frustration about the ignorance of this person and also the media for only showing stories like this. An excerpt from http://www.cbc.ca/cp/world/050712/w0712126.html where a man in the Netherlands convicted of killing an outspoken critic of Islam gave his closing statements at his trial. He said: "What moved me to do what I did was purely my faith . . . I...
  • My response to a viewpoint article from Tom Velk on CBC
    My response to a viewpoint article from Tom Velk on CBC http://www.cbc.ca/news/viewpoint/vp_velk/20050805.html I agree that countries should not allow hate-mongering and other illegal activities from any people but to point the finger at every immigrant and belittle Islam while ignoring other forms of terrorism and the true causes is irresponsible and anti-Islamic in nature. Throughout the world, whether it be the news or on-line forums, people are quick to ...
  • Allah is GOD in "Aramaic", the language Jesus spoke
    Allah is GOD in "Aramaic", the language Jesus spoke With Ramadan around the corner (generally accepted as tomorrow if the new moon is sighted) I felt like doing some research and it turns out what my friend said is true (god is "Allah" in Armaic") and hopefully the Christians that knock on my door every few months will come back soon (although they promised to visit soon last time we spoke). It is a historical fact that Jesus spoke the "Aramaic" language so n...
  • Canada In Afghanistan
    Helping Afghanistan will protect Canada, says top soldier http://www.cbc.ca/story/canada/national/2005/07/15/hillier-attack050715.html I am very proud and impressed at the common sense approach our fellow Canadians have responded to these ridiculous statements Mr Hillier made. (people's comments here: http://www.cbc.ca/news/viewpoint/yourspace/hillier_afghans.html) I think every letter I read there got it right and it is comforting to k...
  • I concur
    I concur Nadia, Toronto Visit www.ifamericansknew.com they have facts pooled together by other organizations. Also read up on Amnesty International’s long list of American violations in regards to Human Rights (and the media had you believe that only Muslim countries were ruthless). It’s strange how CBC makes it a long cover story when a Muslim attacks someone, but will barely mention anything on these other VERY SOLID stories. My suggestion to our Canadian Muslims’, STOP r...
  • The BCMA
    The BCMA Mark Nasid, Prince George The BCMA, British Columbia Muslim Association, claims they have tried to contact CBC for interviews, for visits on Eid, but no one has come. I have a sister who works for CBC and found out that they never received a invitation. If BCMA is doing this, than why doesn’t anyone ever hear about it in the Mosques. I have a brother in Vancouver, and I ask him all the time about what BCMA is doing to do damage control on our Muslim brother’s and ...
  • Muslim men!
    Muslim men! By Tara Kasim, London I came to Vancouver to attend my cousins wedding. She’s married into an Indian Muslim family, we are a mixed bunch of people. During the wedding, we noticed some changes in my the in law’s attitude. They were so nice and welcoming, but during the Nikkah ceremony and reception, we all felt the brush off. A couple of months later, my cousin called me in England, she was calling from her friends house in Surrey. She was crying madly, so much t...
  • They’re already dead.
    Poetry By Nada (note to the reader, this is a copy righted item and can not be linked or copied without the consent from the author) copy righted 2005 Nada Mansuek Send my love to all those who died, to Americans, and Iraqi’s alike. There are too many to count, and write down. So I’m sorry if I missed your name. To anyone who lost one of your own Just remember that you’re still alive. Rest well uncle, Allah (God) has ...
  • CBC Mr. Velk View Point Reaction
    Hello UniteIslam! I accidentally came across your website one day after seeing a very upsetting article on the CBC website. It was by a Mr. Velk. He is one of their regular writers and has written many articles. The most recent one that I read from him, bothered me so much that I had to write in to CBC. He was stating the Canada should adopt American and British policies regarding ‘Terrorists’ and immigration. And we all know who those policies will specifically target, MUSLIMS. Anyways,...
  • The Fools they are
    The Fools they are Abriham, Vancouver I had to post this when I saw the article “To Mr. Velk”. I have noticed that same thing. I regularly read the CBC website, and you’re right. The CBC website and even radio and television do a very poor job at reporting. Why is it that every time I switch on CBC, I see the same thing; Muslim terrorist this Muslim terrorist that. This type of reporting is causing all sorts of trouble in the Muslim communities. They never say Christian KKK...
  • For the Battered Woman in Islam
    For the Battered Woman in Islam: By Areeb Yasir You may already know this but choose to ignore it, but there are countless woman in the Muslim community who are being abused (physically and mentally) by their husbands each day. One in particular I know of, and even with her family’s support, she stays with her husband; each night slipping closer to depression. A woman has the right to divorce. It is an ugly thing to say, but in many horrible situations where the hus...
  • The Worst People.
    The Worst People. By Areeb Yasir. It was long ago, in the days of Prophet Mohammad (peace and blessings be upon him), that everyday citizen’s of Islam cared for their fellow brothers and sisters. They took into their homes, fed, and clothed, gave money to the poor and loved one another. Doing what was right, was the main focus of that time, following Allah and doing right. That time has passed, dead with the ancient people, buried in the sand. We have long f...
  • Of Culture and Religion
    Of Culture and Religion By Areeb Yasir Vancouver The biggest challenge I faced when entering the Muslim religion, by my own accord; was the different cultures involved in the community. It would seem that Islam plays a back seat role to culture. In particular this is the most obvious in the Pakistani and Fijian communities. When I asked a question from one of the brothers pertaining to family life (in regards to if leaving them for 40 or more days for the sake of Jam...
  • American Intolerance For Islam
    I went through an interesting experience on a forum that I enjoy reading through about my favorite car. This is the same day I read that Islamophobia is on the rise in America. (see http://www.cbc.ca/cp/world/050511/w051194.html) I went through a forum where someone survived a horrific crash and actually walked away. Eventually people mentioned god must have intervened and a few people disagreed but there was no real hostility. However, one person mentioned they ...
  • Talk of the Town
    It’s easy to gossip. Occasionally it’s harmless and unintentional, other times it’s aimed. A pattern of gossiping for the deliberate reason to humiliate person(s) has become habit in the Muslim community. So much; that it’s developed into reflex. This effortless chat is strictly forbidden because it arises suspicion of perhaps innocent individual(s) or distort truths with intentional (and unintentional) add on’s. As stated in (24:19 Yusif Ali) Those who love (to see) scandal published broa...

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    2017-10-06 10:18:11
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