Month: August 2018

  • Why Do Some People from Muslim Backgrounds Hate the Islamic Belief of the Necessity of a Caliphate (Khilafah)?

    Why Do Some People from Muslim Backgrounds Hate the Islamic Belief of the Necessity of a Caliphate (Khilafah)?

    [a tale of mental Colonialism and being ashamed of Islam]   Many people who convert/revert to Islam are awe struck and amazed with the profound idea at the core of Islam, that mankind’s place in the universe is part of a purpose of existence greater than themselves – which ultimately revolves around the Creator’s Will […]

  • The Quranic View on the Uniqueness of Human Beings

    The following unique paper was presented by Philosopher of Science, Nadeem Haque at the 16th Conference (held from April 26 to May 1, 2016) of the European Society for the Study of Science and Theology (ESSSAT) in Lodz/Warsaw, Poland. There were 70 papers in all and 16 were published in the ESSSAT Yearbook in 2018:  […]

  • Equi-nomics: The optimally balanced economic system for humanity and nature

    By: Nadeem Haque The best economic system that maximizes justice and peace should be the optimal system for both humanity and nature. In this article it will be illustrated, in a brief but hopefully concise manner, that what I call Equi-nomics is that optimal system, because it is the only one that has the ability […]

  • The Environment and Islam

    The Environment and Islam

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    The Absurdity of ‘Racism’

    Zeshan Shahbaz Before we are anything else, we are human. Before we are black, white, yellow, brown or any other shade of colour, we are human. Factually, it comes down to human beings spread across this planet Earth where colour and language are nothing but states of nature (1). This not only demonstrates the folly […]

  • Liberalism Versus Islam

    Liberalism Versus Islam

  • A Detailed History of the Role of WW1 in the Destruction of the Khilafah

    A Detailed History of the Role of WW1 in the Destruction of the Khilafah

    November 11th is known in Europe and North America as “Remembrance Day.” This day was specifically designated by King George V in 1919 as a ceremony to be observed every year on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month, to remember the lives of those lost from among the “Entente” (British, […]

  • Extraterrestrials in Islam

    Extraterrestrials in Islam

    Nadeem Haque and Zeshan Shahbaz People of earth, your attention, please,”… This is Prostetnic Vogon Jeltz of the Galactic Hyperspace Planning Council,”…”As you will no doubt be aware, the plans for development of the outlying regions of the galaxy require the building of a hyperspatial express route through your star system, and regrettably your planet […]

  • An Affront to the West’s Public Sexualization of Women

    An Affront to the West’s Public Sexualization of Women

    “He said, ‘You f**-ing terrorist,’”… “‘You deserve to die.’” …‘You’d better take that scarf off your head before I rip it off.’” (https://globalnews.ca/news/4367924/durham-police-hijab-confronted/ [August 2, 2018])   With the trend of anti-Muslim hysteria going on these days, especially in the West, it is quite striking that it is modestly attired Muslim women who have received […]

  • The Inevitable Failure of Erdogan’s “Turkish model”

    The Inevitable Failure of Erdogan’s “Turkish model”

    In June of 2018, Turkey held its first elections since enacting its shift to an “executive form” of presidency (similar to the US style, as opposed to Canada and Europe which follow the Parliamentary style). The result was a resounding victory for sitting President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who had called the elections 6 months earlier […]