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Over the course of the last century, as a result of the global spread by several Da'wa carriers of what is commonly referred to as the Islamic Awakening, many forgotten concepts began to emerge. Some of these concepts were very important and had a positive impact on society, both Muslim and Non-Muslim, including:

I am pleased to say that my previous article regarding the two different Schools of Islam (Quranic and Hadithi) reached my targeted audiences. Shortly, after a well-needed break, I will release the second part of my article on "Geography of the divine religions" if Allah the Al Mighty wills.

Globally, Muslims makeup the first largest religious group, with nearly two billion people or you can say 25% of the world's population. Today, a huge majority of Muslims globally belong to the Sunni sect. Although Sunni's are divided into several different sects or schools of thought within themselves, such as Hanafi, Hanbali, Shafei, Ja'fari and...

In the previous article, we mentioned the influential scholars of hadeeth from the past and present. We observed their viewpoints and translations of the mass-transmitted hadeeth in an unexpected manner and we were all left gobsmacked. Majority of the Muslims are under the misconception and religious sentiment that our scholars of Islam have always...

Ever since, I have released my last two articles some people were confused and even shocked to know that there is not a single copy of a collection of hadith, which would be classified as 'Sahih' (authentic) according to any principles of the classical or traditional 'Schools of Thought.' Nonetheless, I am delighted to have achieved the positive...

I have released an article about Dajjal where I have explained that Abu Bakr Al-Jassas the Classical Hanafi scholar who died 980 AD gave an interpretation to the hadeeth of Dajjal (https://www.maturidi.co.uk/l/dajjal-between-myth-and-reality/). However, later I have assumed that the article caused a confusion to some of the scholars and others who...

I am, already, used to present my arguments with tonnes of rational and textual proofs and in response to get tonnes of insults, emotional comments and claims based on assumptions. For example I have released 3 hours lecture about rebellion in Islam where I gave a lot of proofs on prohibition of rebellion. You can watch it here:

I can see the depressing situation of Muslim ''Academics'' globally on social media, ''Islamic'' Centres and mosques, where they are obsessed with insulting the laymen and researchers. The most common insult in our time is about rejecting ''the word of the Prophet (PBUH)''. The very same academics, if you analyse, will not think twice when...