Tag: islam

Abdullah Quilliam: Britain’s First ‘Islamist’?

William Henry Quilliam (April 10, 1856 – 1932), who changed his name to Abdullah Quilliam, was a 19th century convert from Christianity to Islam, noted for founding England’s first mosque and Islamic centre. He wrote, “Among Muslims none should be known as Turks, Arabs, Kurds, Ajem, Afghans, Indians […]

Demystifying the Trinity: Case Study 4 of 4

Case study number 4 from The Muslim Archives. ‘God as The Trinity’ is acknowledged as a mystery in the Christian faith. But why so? Could it be because it’s foundation is beyond logic, reason & rationality? Employing similar arguments, we present here 4 case studies to demonstrate if […]

Demystifying the Trinity: Case Study 3 of 4

Case study number 3 from The Muslim Archives. ‘God as The Trinity’ is acknowledged as a mystery in the Christian faith. But why so? Could it be because it’s foundation is beyond logic, reason & rationality? Employing similar arguments, we present here 4 case studies to demonstrate if […]

Do as I Say, Not as I Do…

We are all familiar with the story… Al-Qaeda terrorists plot to kill civilians in the West, innocent men, women and children. Think 9/11 New York, 7/7 London.  Western governments hunt down the conspirators and incarcerate them without charge or kill them with drones. Even to express sympathy with […]