Muslim Perspectives

Pakistani Journalist Hassan Nisar tears into Islamists’ criticism of Western contributions. Here is a transcript of a TV interview of Pakistani journalist Hassan Nisar’s response to Maulana Fazlur Rahman’s poser that the madrassa curriculum cannot be changed, on the popular TV programme in Urdu Meray Mutabiq on Pakistan’s Geo TV. Shajia Niazi: Maulana Fazlur Rahman […]

Keep Reading

The Almighty created a direct and exclusive bond with believers without delegating special tasks to other humans; individuals are personally accountable for the manner in which they choose to lead their lives. By Mohammed Nossier Observing the inflexible attitude that many religious people often adopt makes me wonder whether believers can be religious without being […]

Keep Reading

The fact and value of religious and legal pluralism has not been recognized, or accepted, by many Muslims, especially Muslim rulers. By Asghar Ali Engineer Listening carefully to what God tells us in the holy Qur’an, we can easily make the case that, fundamentally and clearly, Islam not only accepts the legitimacy of religious pluralism, […]

Keep Reading

Radical political (mis)interpretations of Islam, that have unfortunately become quite prominent in our times, are totally counter to Islam and its underlying spirit and values. By Waris Mazhari Worldly affairs are not divorced from spirituality in Islam. Islam considers the two as necessary for each other, as well as complementary to each other. The Quran (28: […]

Keep Reading
Go to TOP