Burning Widows: The Basis of Sati in Hindu Religious Texts

Sati (also called Suttee), i.e., widow burning, is a ghastly Hindu custom that was carried out upon the death of a husband. This savage...

When the Gods Won’t Take No for an Answer: Rapist Gods in Hinduism

India has a long and dark history of sexual violence, most notably, rape. According to one study, a girl is raped every 20 minutes...

Christian Scholars Deconstruct Christmas

It's Christmas time! And the Compassionate Imams with their followers just can't wait to showcase their "tolerance" in celebrating this festival of Shirk. RELATED: Muslims, Before Celebrating...

Christian Scholars Claim God Used Taqiyyah Against Satan

The Trinity has got to be one of the most puzzling doctrines in the history of world religions. And it is something with, at...

Hinduism and the Killing of Female Infants

One of the great signs of the magnificence and grandeur of Allāh Ta’ālā is that He created us in pairs, male and female. In...

The Trap of Imitating and Following the Disbelievers

In the Noble Qur’ān, Allāh Ta’ālā informs us about the disbelievers of the People of the Book, i.e., the Jews and the Christians, that...

The Muslim Ummah and Fitan (Trials) – The Batiniyyah

As we go deeper into traditional scholarship and those who mold their ideas and lives according to it, we find precious gems and jewels...

Christian Cannibalism: A Critical Look at the Eucharist

The title is puzzling: European colonialists have annihilated whole native and African cultures because they thought their Christian values were superior. The target point...

Maldivian Muslims Oppose the Obscure Shirk Practice of Yoga

The Maldives is a nation consisting of around 1200 islands. It is known for its scenic beauty, which attracts tourists from all over the...

The Disgraceful Depiction of Prophets in Judaism

In addition to our articles on Hinduism, Christianity, Qadiyanism, etc., we now continue our series on Interfaith Critique by turning to Judaism. Many Muslims are not aware that the understanding of...