Does Islamic Thought Have a Concept for “Being Gay”?

Does Islamic thought have a concept for "being gay"? "In the Islamic tradition, there is no analogous term for the concept of “homosexual,” i.e., the...

Hypocrisy on Gender Separation

Muslim reformists, liberals, progressives who oppose gender separation are often very aggressive and their aggressiveness matches the indignation they feel at the notion that...

Islamic Scholarship is Patriarchal, Hence Illegitimate

"The vast majority of Islamic jurisprudence (fiqh) is from men. It reflects their sensibilities, their biases, their interests and, therefore, should be rejected by...

Islam and Rationalism

Muslims (and people in general) nowadays don't have a clue on how to understand, evaluate, and respond to an argument. That's why the level...

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We Muslims are good little boys and girls. We will sit quietly and only speak when we're given permission to speak. Islam is 100% compatible with...

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In his recent interview with The Washington Post, Francis Collins, director of National Institutes of Health, demanded that people who question Fauci and the...

‘Ubaydullāh and Maymūn: Founders of the Ismā’īlī Religion

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Monday Memes | Take 66

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This Sahabi Deliberately Enraged His Torturers with One Word

When Bilal ibn Rabaha رضي الله عنه was getting tortured by Umayy ibn Khalaf, his slave master, in the scorching desert sun and burning...

The Mahdi in Sunnī Belief

The following is a guest post from Mufti Zameelur Rahman, esteemed scholar and researcher residing in the UK. There has historically been general agreement amongst the...