Tag: pluralism

Church membership across the U.S. drops below 50% for the first time in eight decades, polls finds

This article was first Published on 29 March 2021 at – : https://bit.ly/2Pj26Pd By EMILY CRANE Membership at a church, synagogue or mosque across the United States reached an all-time… Read more »

The mass radicalisation that India does not acknowledge

Samar Halarnkar This article was first Published on Jan 24, 2021 at – : https://scroll.in/article/984915/the-mass-radicalisation-that-india-does-not-acknowledge The persecution of Muslims is rooted in growing bigotry within Hindu society and its normalisation… Read more »

Verse in Koran on beating wife gets a new translation

This article was first Published on March 25, 2007 at – :https://www.nytimes.com/2007/03/25/world/americas/25iht-koran.4.5017346.html CHICAGO — Laleh Bakhtiar had already spent two years working on an English translation of the Koran when she… Read more »

A Balanced Explanation of the Banu Qurayza Controversy

This article was first Published on 03 Jul, 2012 at – :https://seekersguidance.org/answers/general-counsel/a-balanced-explanation-of-the-banu-qurayza-controversy/ Answered by Ustadh Abdullah Anik Misra Question 1: Assalamu Alaykum, My questions relate to the treatment of Banu Qurayzah… Read more »

Scapegoating moderate Muslim is a bid to discredit attempts within community to reclaim Islam from extremists

If the “moderate Muslim” can be accused of being an apologist for Islam, the “agnostic Muslim” too sounds like an apologist for the Islamophobes. Written by A. Faizur Rahman https://indianexpress.com/article/opinion/columns/paris-attack-muslims-islam-reform-secularism-human-rights-scapegoating-the-moderate-7048314/ Javed Anand… Read more »