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The Inevitable Failure of Political Shi’ism: The Secularization of Iran

Shay Khatiri (an Iranian-American journalist specializing in geopolitics) recently penned an article with quite the sensationalist title: "The Islamic Republic Is Killing Islam in...

The Kurds and Their Historical Contributions to Islam

Turkiye (Turkey) recently announced yet another major operation against what it considers to be armed Kurdish separatists threatening its national interests. This time they...

Maryam Petronin: The Ex-Hostage Macron Doesn’t Want You To Know About

For Mali, I will pray and implore the blessing of Allah, because I am Muslim. You say Sophie, but it is Mariam that you...

Yes, How Women Dress Is Everyone’s Business

Whenever a Muslim feminist or simp tells you that Muslim men have "No right!" to comment on how women dress, just remind them that...

Why Does Allah Test Us If He Loves Us? or “The Problem of Evil”

"Why does Allah test us if He loves us?" This is essentially the question of "The Problem of Evil." I received this question three separate times...

Debunking the Modernist Myth: “Everyone Is Biased”

How can you be sure that your understanding of Islam is not biased by your culture, your upbringing, your environment? First of all, recognize that...

6 Key Islamic Tips for Effective Argumentation

Sometimes when you go out of your way to criticize and undermine someone, you end up undermining yourself and looking bad. In order to...

Can Muslims Accept the Theory of Intelligent Design?

As Muslims, we shouldn't be hasty in dismissing the theory of Intelligent Design in accounting for life. It is not clear what kind of...

Are Men Inherently Inclined To Rape?

Saying, "Why aren't men teaching each other not to rape?" is functionally the same as anti-Muslim bigots saying, "Why aren't Muslims condemning terrorism?" We recognize...

Stephen Hawking, Atheism, and the Search for the “God Equation”

I read Stephen Hawking's Brief History of Time in middle school and thought it was great. I also got a chance to see him...