Lovecraft: An Atheistic Horror Story Contrasted with Islam

H.P. Lovecraft (1890-1937) is generally considered as being the most influential modern writer of horror fiction. Those who pursued this genre after him, such as...

Islam vs. Modern Scientism: Is the Heart Merely an Organ?

The modern world is heartless. Not only in the symbolic sense - as the capitalistic system keeps destroying nature and dehumanizing men - but...

Did Giants Ever Exist? Why “Science” Wishes They Didn’t

There are many authentic narrations about the formidable height of Prophet Adam ('alayhissalam) - our common ancestor, to borrow an expression from the Darwinists. For...

A Holistic Approach to the Moon-Splitting Miracle

The Prophet ﷺ was granted many miracles to convince the disbelievers of his prophethood. The Qur'an, of course, is the primary miracle. But another...

Camel Urine in Islam: Do Hindus and Western Non-Muslims Have Any Grounds for Objection?

Our recent article on the importance of cow dung in traditional Hinduism triggered some angry responses, nearly exclusively concentrated on the issue of camel...

Dr. Israr Ahmed’s YouTube Channel Has Been Deleted! Who Was He?

Dr. Israr Ahmed's YouTube channel has just been terminated for alleged anti-Semitism, as the Jewish Chronicle, behind the move, triumphantly announced: YouTube has finally removed...

Jack Parsons: The Connection between Space Travel and Dajjal

Nowadays we hear a lot about the technological futurism of South Africa-born Elon Musk, engineer and business magnate, and how the newest inventions and...

An Introduction to Islamic Medicine: Hikmah

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم Hikmah is a term for treating the body utilizing the prescriptions of the Qur'an and Sunnah. Historically, several conceptualizations of medicine...

[WATCH] What Is the Place of Science in Islam?

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Atheism Has No Morality

Follow @TenBillionIQ for more posts and original content. The overwhelming majority of atheist "criticism" against Islam and religion in general are moral claims. Yet to...