The preponderance of epithets and criticisms of Jews found in the Qur'an and the early literature relate to friction between three Jewish tribes and the Muslim community in Medina during the time of the Prophet (peace be upon him) and the three wars initiated by the Meccans against Medina's Muslim community.
This series of articles proposes to refute the anti-Semitic doctrines propounded by religious and political extremists, and to examine the Qur'anic references which are cited in support of these pernicious interpretations. Further, this series will document the abundance of laudatory references to Israelites, Jews, Hebrew prophets, and the Torah found throughout the Qur'an which inform and illuminate Islamic history and teachings.
This is the book of which there is no doubt It changed centuries of world history in 23 years it uncovered the mysteries of life and made men shed tears erasing worldly fears putting the focus on eternity and what our hands have put forth in Paradise with serenity or [...]
Dr. Abu Ameenah Bilal Philips For a scripture to qualify as divinely revealed it must be totally accurate in its descriptions of reality: the past, the present and the future. The Qur’an has many stories about previous prophets and their peoples. Some of these stories have elements in them that [...]
The Big bang and Expansion of the Universe If anyone were to search in a library or on the internet about the recent scientific findings as to the origin and development of the Universe, they will definitely come across the big bang theory and the expansion of the universe. We [...]