Traditionalist – Islam, Law, & Spirituality

Traditionalist – Islam, Law, & Spirituality

Answers and religious guidance on Islam, Islamic practice, and spirituality

Islam got alot of attention lately. Danish cartoon or Traditional Islam, read a muslim’s view.


4 Responses to “Traditionalist – Islam, Law, & Spirituality”

  1. 1 traditionalist 24 February, 2006 at 1:12 am

    Thank you for providing that link. Much appreciated

  2. 2 alleey 19 August, 2006 at 5:58 pm

    Faith……….before saying something about the faith which to me is the most right i would like to say that a man without a faith is just like an animal.Wether he is right or wrong is a separate issue.its there to satisfy your soul which is like a glass and always need to be filled.Studying about the faith of human race i believe the oldest of religion i know is jewism.The reason to replace the world faith with religion is that religion is nothing but faith.Then it was the Christianity and the came the Islam which the the largest growing religion in the world.I am a born muslim.I posses some knowledge about the other two holy religions but believe what ever you may have the impressiom of islam. IS is the most true religion and faith.SO instead of blaming any thing if you are a non muslim reader why don’t you try to study islam and find out the similarities between the two religions.

  3. 3 hateterrorists 14 September, 2006 at 1:44 am

    For you to comment upon, IF YOU EVER READ THE KORAN:

    The Koran claims that there is no compulsion in religion. This means no one should be forced to convert, nor should they be restrained from leaving a religion into which they were born. Since this is in the Koran, why have whole nations been forced into Islam, or massacred?

    If there is no compulsion, why do they forcefully prohibit conversions to other faiths? Is the conscience of man of no importance to the Muslim religion? If, as the Muslims claim, Muslims have free will, why would they deprive any Muslim from reading the Bible, or from converting to Christianity? Why is this called apostasy, a high crime worthy of death? If Allah gave mankind free will, how is it this free will is suppressed, especially by people claiming to be Muslim themselves? Do these Muslim leaders think they have the right to abrogate Allah’s gift? Where the Spirit of God is, there is freedom. Jesus never silenced His opposition. And it is God’s Way to force faith.

    Christians welcome debate, because we believe the Holy Spirit is capable of speaking to the conscience of man and revealing the truth of God and Jesus Christ to the hearer. But the Muslim is not encouraged to listen to his “conscience” or to question, since that can lead to apostacy, or rejection of Islam. Muslim nations do not permit non-Muslims to evangelize.

    Even Christians born in Middle Eastern countries are sentenced to death if they speak to a Muslim in such a way as to try to lead him out of Islam. Every Muslim nation’s legal system forbids public questioning of, or criticism of the faith (blasphemy); every critic is silenced or killed.

  4. 4 Faisal 14 September, 2006 at 5:46 pm


    You make too many sweeping statements without the knowledge to back it up.

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