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Hasan Mahmud: Sharia Law Betrays Modern State and Koran

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By Ludovica Iaccino , February 18, 2014 11:20 AM GMT  International Business Times UK Edition

Sharia, also known as Islami Qaqun, is the moral code and religious law of a prophetic religion, and represents Islam’s legal system.
Contrary to what many believe, sharia does not come from the Koran or the Prophet’s examples (Hadises), as there are at least 11 sources of the law.
“That the sharia derives from the Koran is a myth,” the general secretary of Muslims Facing Tomorrow, ...

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MFT is a Proud Partner with Honor Diaries

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Honor Diaries is the first film to break the silence on ‘honor violence’ against women and girls. Honor Diaries is more than a movie, it is a movement to save women and girls from human rights abuses – around the world and here in North America.

Learn more at www.HonorDiaries.com

 

 

 

 

 

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Pakistan and the Arab-Muslim Culture of Denial

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Pakistan and the Arab-Muslim Culture of Denial

by Salim Mansur
January 28, 2014, Gatestone Institute, New York

Since 9/11, Islamist culture is seen to be synonymous with violence, misogyny and a pathological hatred for others; and, ironically, it has made Muslims themselves its most numerous victims. “Impure,” or non-authentic Muslims, meant those whose Islam had been weakened by un-Islamic or non-Islamic values imported from the West, or contaminated by the Hindu culture of India.

Eventually political differences came to be viewed, by the measure ...

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COMPETING HUMAN RIGHTS IN CANADA

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Competing Human Rights in Canada

by Raheel Raza
January 16, 2014 at 4:00 am

http://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/4132/human-rights-canada

Although Canada’s diversity is usually touted globally, a clash of rights is now playing itself out.

Even though the struggle for reasonable religious accommodation is not a new issue in Canada, this is the first time that the challenge of religious accommodation at a secular institution of higher education is being noted, and argued, by the media here.

In September 2013, at York University in Toronto, a male student whose ...

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The Fight of a Moderate Muslim Woman: Interview with Raheel Raza by Society Magazine

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Click below to view Raheel Raza’s  interview by Manali Shah from Society Magazine, India.

Raheel Raza PDF

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A REPLY TO AHMED SHAFI

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A Reply to Ahmed Shafi                    10 July 2013

By: Board of Directors of Muslims Facing Tomorrow

We heard with disgust the recent sermon on women by Ahmed Shafi available on youtube. This sermon was given by someone his supporters consider to be an esteemed scholar of Islam, and who holds the titles of Chairman of Bangladesh Qawmi Madrassah Education Board and Emir of Hefazat-e-Islam. But in hearing Shafi we were reminded instead of a saying of Rasul Allah ...

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A Woman’s Voice at the Mosque

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Most of all, we have to use reason and logic and broaden the use of ijtihad – individual reasoning in religious affairs.

In the aftermath of the Boston bombings, Toronto and Montreal saw arrests of two Muslims charged with terror related activities. There’s been some hand-wringing and questions about “what leads Muslim youth towards violence?”Most of all, we have to use reason and ...

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Canadian Muslims: A Plea to West

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The weeding out of Islamism inside the West is the essential prerequisite in defeating the global jihad.

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Mechanics of the Homegrown Islamist Terrorism in Canada

 

 

Earlier this month we learned the unpleasant news that four young Muslim men from the same school in London (Ontario) have been involved in terrorism. Two of them (one was a Greek convert) died during the ...

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Moderation Is Anathema to Islamists

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Salim Mansur: Moderation Is Anathema to Islamists

Wed, February 27, 2013

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Ryan Mauro

Salim MansurSalim Mansur is an Associate Professor, teaching political science at the University of Western Ontario, London.

He is the author of Islam’s Predicament: Perspectives of a Dissident Muslim and has been published in academic journals including Middle East Quarterly, Jerusalem Quarterly, Journal of South Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences ...

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