Abu Bakr responded to the representative of pagans of Makkah with strong wording. Missionary critics of Islam like Sam Shamoun and David Wood ignore the context and use it to convey that Muslims attacked religious beliefs of others for no reason. Here is a detailed exclusive response to the misleading propaganda. Yes, Abu Bakr did say what is reported but he was perfectly justified in doing so.
Understanding the reality and meanings of the statement of Sayyidah Aisha (May Allah be pleased with her), “I see that your Lord hastens to confirm your desires.” The issue is explained through literary analysis of the words used and in the light of the contextual significance along with other related proofs.
بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم الحمد لله وحده و الصلاة و السلام على من لا نبي بعده و على آله و أصحابه أجمعين
Since the very first day Islam has been attacked fruitlessly. Thousands and thousands of books, articles and pamphlets have been written against it. One such attack that has been relatively new is the claim of plagiarism of 18th chapter of the Qur’an, Surah Kahf (The Cave), by Prophet Muhammad –on him be the peace and blessings of Allah.
Does the Qur'an err when it mentions "mulook" (normally translated as 'kings') in the House of Israel before the time of Prophet Moses? We bring to you the answer to this question in the light of exegetical traditions traced back to the Holy Prophet, his companions and other early Muslims, analysis of the relevant Qur'anic verse, original, meanings of the word 'mulook' and historical context including Biblical testimony.
Explanation of the Hadith that says Satan urinates in the ear(s) of the one who sleeps till the sunrise missing the obligatory morning (fajr) prayers. Explanation is based on study of related hadith narrations, Arabic literature and comments of the classical Muslim exegetes.
In this article, we discuss whether the Qur’an calls the believers as “slaves” or “servants” of Prophet Muhammad –on him be the peace and blessings of Allah- instead of slaves of Allah and hence either the Qur’an makes a mistake or commits shirk (associating partners with Allah).
In this article we will be addressing the claim of anti-Islamic missionaries that the abrogated verses were never revealed by Allah and only the replaced verses were a part of revelation from Allah. Does the Qur’an indicate that the replaced verses were from Satan and therefore Allah replaced them?