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Old July 22, 2008, 09:34 PM
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Default Busting the "Islam Myths"

i apologize for the binge of religously inclined posts, but i'm in the zone right now, and these things need to be said.

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muslims believe that their religion is peaceful and tolerant. we believe this despite what the media (even our own) tells us, despite what politicians say, and despite the billions spent in anti-islamic lobyying.

the truth is that islam is not evil, but some muslims certainly are. the truth is that jews are not the enemy of islam, nor is the state of israel. even some strains of zionism are fair and just.

bottom line is that there is a noisy minority at work on all sides. i am sure that around 50% of all americans have views about islam which are nearly identical to ours, the only difference being they don't believe in it. most indians are not virulent BJP clowns, and most israelis want to live at peace with whoever is next door.

the noisy extremists are having all the fun, and are doing so at the collective our expense. from tel aviv, to washington, from islamabad, to jakarta, new delhi, to london, and dhaka...radicals of all stripes are holding the world hostage.

the only force strong enough to destroy them is al Haq. no, not inzy and his lazy running between the wicket. but the truth.

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majority of us cringe nearly everyday when we hear the bigots of the world spouting about islam being evil and all that nonsense. if anyone were to challenge us, we'd say "islam is peace and is about tolerance".

but do we really know? could be we really explain how and why islam is peace?

probably not. and thats where this post is headed.

our job shouldn't be about showing how other people are just like us (they are, but thats a different and ugly topic). islam does not need to bash others to shine. it can shine on its own. all it needs is for its practitioners to have a sound working knowledge of it.

if any time, some ignorant person should come to you spouting about the evils of islam, this thread can serve as a brief tool by which you can a) learn the truth yourself and b) inform others.

i will add things here from time to time to make this a veritable encyclopedia and anyone else is free to do the same.

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i urge everyone to check things out for themselves...qurans can be found with ease online, with original arabic, english transliteration, and english translation. i have found the one at islamicity.com to be most helpful. anytime anyone says something about islam, use logic and check the sources out for yourself. the authentic sources. don't just take al Furqaan's word for it.
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Old July 22, 2008, 10:09 PM
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Default Myth #1: Islam is a religion of war and conquest

this is perhaps the most commonly held misconception. fortunately, its also one of the easies to debunk.

now, a key thing to remember is that the person who holds these myths as truth, are obviously not muslim! therefor, using arguments like "islam can't be violent because its from God" are pointless arguments. one must be able to tackle the situation with logic that is impartial to religion.

the first issue is that islam should be seperated from the actions of muslims. i am not islam, we are not islam. therefor anything i do, good or bad, is as unrelated to islam as what anyone else does is unrelated to their religion.

no doubt, individual muslims have killed and subjugated vast areas of the world. however, these actions are not based upon islamic teaching and are rather antithetical to them.

the way to debunk the islamophobe is simple. all known islamophobes concede that islam started off a peaceful faith in the first 13 years in mecca. if they hadn't the meccans would have wiped them out with their superior military force.

the myth argues that muslim power grew, and once the move to medina was made, the quran became "violent" and muslims went on offensive wars.

this has the following problems, from a logic background:

a) even in medina, during the battle of badr, the number of muslims was around 300-400 according to the History of Islam by Najeebabadi (published by the Saudi Darussalaam company). in fact, according to Najeebabadi, the number of muslims was between 310 and 313. by contrast, the wealthy meccan army was around 1000 strong, and had far more armaments. thus, the muslims were in no way in a dominant position capable of whimsically declaring war on the meccan pagans.

b) the battle of badr took place in medina, not mecca. if the muslims in medina had gone on an offensive campaign, the first battle (badr) would have taken place in mecca. the location of the battle is proof positive that the meccans were the ones who declared war on the muslims.

c) even in the "violent" medina chapters of the quran, it states that if the enemies declare a ceasefire, the muslims have no choice but to accept.

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and if they incline to peace, incline thou also to it, and trust in Allah, he is the Hearer, the Knower.

surah 8, verse 61
d) even if the muslims know that the enemy is asking for peace as part of a war strategy, muslims are bound to uphold the ceasefire.

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and if they would deceive thee, lo, Allah is sufficient for thee...

surah 8, verse 62
often times, islamophobes love to quote the verse 9:29 which reads "fight against those of the People of the Book who do not believe in Allah nor the Last Day..."

this is supposedly evidence of fighting until all convert to islam. however, this is a directive to the muslims at the particular time and place to defend themselves against those people of the book who had made and then broke a mutual defense treaty with the muslims.

of course, the islamophobe may then retort, "i thought islam is for all times and places???"

islam is for all times and places. however, one must use common sense. surah 8, verse 60 instructs warriors to make their prepare their horses for battle. who uses horses nowadays?

using common sense, we know that should the aforementioned scenario (9:29) arise again, then only is one to follow the directives of the quran. we are not go to warring with people who have NOT broken treaties with us. the entire context of the quran must be taken into account and understood.

other myths will be busted soon...
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Default Myth #2: Islam degrades women

this is probably the second most commonly held misconception of islam. this is due to a number of reasons. firstly, almost all societies have a history of andro-centric, and western societies are combating millennia of unfair treatment with the idea of feminism. muslim countries by and large still continue the pattern of male domination, which is often erroneously explained by muslims as "part of societal culture and not part of islam". the truth is that its not part of "culture" per se, but rather a part of the inherent human historical gender discrepency.

islam certainly has a traditional societal setup in which men are expected to be the providers of their families, and women the care-givers and home-makers. indeed, it can be perceived that the feminist position is more disparage of mothers because it effectively assumes no importance to that absolutely essential role. society cannot progress or even remain stagnant without responsible adults. and responsible adults are not the products of children raising themselves.

the basic stance is that there are roles for both men and women to play. neither role is superior to the other, but it is society which wrongfully attributes glory to achievements done solely outside the home.

similarily, rights and responsibilities are equal for men and for women. men and woman are all instructed to observe the same number of prayers, fast the same number of days, etc.

Women in the Quran

the quran also mentions women in many key verses as an equivalent to men:

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Allah hath promised to believers, men and women, gardens under which rivers flow, to dwell therein and beautiful mansions in gardens of everlasting bliss...

surah 9, verse 72
if the intention of a false prophet was to create a mysoginistic faith, its as easy as saying that women cannot enter paradise or they have to work harder to attain it.

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For Muslim men and women,- for believing men and women, for devout men and women, for true men and women, for men and women who are patient and constant, for men and women who humble themselves, for men and women who give in Charity, for men and women who fast (and deny themselves), for men and women who guard their chastity, and for men and women who engage much in Allah's praise,- for them has Allah prepared forgiveness and great reward.

surah 33, verse 35
the preceding verse indicates just how important it is to illustrate the overall equality between men and woman in the grand scheme of things. their roles may differ in the transient triviality of this world, but in the infinite scheme of the hereafter, one sees equality emphasized to the point of redundancy and beyond.

Apparent Inequality of Muslim Women

there is nothing the islamophobe can use to refute the preceeding arguments. however, in desperation, they may resort to the tried and true method of quoting the scripture that seemingly says a woman is worth half of a man.

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And call upon two of your men to act as witnesses; and if two men are not available, then a man and two women from among such as are acceptable to you as witnesses, so that if one of them should make a mistake, the other could remind her.

surah 2, verse 282
this verse is often used to imply the inequality of women in islam. however, one notices that the number of male witnesses required is two. shouldn't one male suffice? if we are to take everything literally and numerically, islam is an anti male religion also for it doesn't trust the judgement of just one man. you need two.

however, this is not the case. in the practical setting, women are mainly confined in the home. this was even truer in 7th century societies, but is still applicable in 21st century America. with limited exposure to outside affairs, it is only reasonable to make sure your witness is giving an accurate testimony. this is the reason that two men are needed and why two women are needed for one man.

it is important to note that this "inequality" is only present in contractual situations to avoid legal confusion. in every other aspect, women and men are equal.

it is also noted by many that the inheritance shares of sons and daughters is "unequal". the quran has this to say:

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CONCERNING [the inheritance of] your children, God enjoins [this] upon you: [8] The male shall have the equal of two females’ share; but if there are more than two females, they shall have two-thirds of what [their parents] leave behind; and if there is only one daughter, she shall have one-half thereof. And as for the parents [of the deceased], each of them shall have one-sixth of what he leaves behind, in the event of his having [left] a child; but if he has left no child and his parents are his [only] heirs, then his mother shall have one-third; and if he has brothers and sisters, then his mother shall have one-sixth after [the deduction of] any bequest he may have made, or any debt [he may have incurred]. As for your parents and your children - you know not which of them is more deserving of benefit from you: [therefore this] ordinance from God. Verily, God is all-knowing, wise.

surah 4, verse 11
the fact that the son receives twice the daughter's inheritance is based on the fact that sons (who become husbands and fathers) are solely responsible for providing for their families. while daughters are free to contribute, it is only a charity for the daughter/mother/wife (sadaqah). the woman CANNOT be forced by her husband to contribute even a penny towards the family. the son's inheritance is merely an attempt to equalize the balance which is already in the woman's favor.

it is noteworthy to see that both mother and father earn equal portions of inheritance from their deceased children. the father does not get twice what the mother earns because he is already compensated by his parents' inheritance.
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AL do you by any chance work for google-youtube? Someone decided to feature a lot of Islamic/religious/spiritual videos on youtube today. co-incidence or Al Furquning
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AL do you by any chance work for google-youtube? Someone decided to feature a lot of Islamic/religious/spiritual videos on youtube today. co-incidence or Al Furquning
no, it wasn't me...BC is my home!
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Is it true that the Quran specifies that: the opinion of one man is equivalent to the opinions of two women? Or something along these lines? Or did someone do chapabaji with me?
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Is it true that the Quran specifies that: the opinion of one man is equivalent to the opinions of two women? Or something along these lines? Or did someone do chapabaji with me?
It is not exactly that. It is related to testimony in court. I will try to elaborate later after I go home.
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It is not exactly that. It is related to testimony in court. I will try to elaborate later after I go home.
You're right. I forgot to mention that.
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oh another thing:

i urge everyone to check things out for themselves...qurans can be found with ease online, with original arabic, english transliteration, and english translation. i have found the one at islamicity.com to be most helpful. anytime anyone says something about islam, use logic and check the sources out for yourself. the authentic sources. don't just take al Furqaan's word for it.

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So if I'm not ready to check the sources for myself, I shouldn't be here?
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So if I'm not ready to check the sources for myself, I shouldn't be here?
no you should...but one must always check sources. if i say that mohammad ashraful has a higher batting average than bradman's 99, and someone believes it, what is his position?
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no you should...but one must always check sources. if i say that mohammad ashraful has a higher batting average than bradman's 99, and someone believes it, what is his position?
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if i say that mohammad ashraful has a higher batting average than bradman's 99, and someone believes it, what is his position?
What postion? Batting position or feilding position?
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nice thread. But please make sure the facts are right. Regarding the Myth 1. I have following observation.
I think you were talking about Battle of Badr not Uhud (I guess that from the size of army). In Uhud both the army was larger. I would not say Battle of Badr was instigated by the Muslim Army; but we have our fair share. It was a preemptive war. The Muslim army was moved to block and if possible snach caravan of Abu Sufiyan. Learning that Abu -Jahel moved Meccan Army to protect the caravan. Abu Sufiyan also learned that and successfully evade the Muslim army. However, even after learning the fate of the caravan Abu Jahel deciede to procede towards valley of Badr - a famous site for Arab's fair. However, the full army did not move as B Zuhra and B Akhnas returned to Mecca after hearing that Abu- Sufian's escape. I do not have the time to googling; I am quoting from ibn Ishaq's "The Life of Muhammad (PBUH) translated by A Guillaume and published by Oxford University Press (pp 289 - 314). The book is considered as the most authentic book on the life of Muhammad (PBUH).
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i'll get to that in due time, in due time...
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It is my million dollar question, please do not ignore
Are punishments such as Beheading, throwing stones for commiting Adultary and chopping of limbs permitted by Islam?
Yes, all these punishments are permitted by Islam, but the conditions that make them applicable are very, very tough. If conditions are not met, no one can apply these punishments.

I remember that I once discussed in BC the tough conditions of applying hudood for fornication. The conditions are very, very tough.

And the judge will have to be God fearing and should have very well educated about Quran, Hadith, and Fiqh.

Now if you are like Talibans and start applying those punishments without caring the deatils mentioned in Hadiths, then it is like going against Islam, let alone executing the order of Allah.
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thebest,

yes, you are correct, it was the battle of badr. i made the mistake even though my source didn't (perfect reason to always check things, kabir ).

you are also correct in that the battle of uhud had 1000 muslim troops. however, 300 of those belonged to the hypocrites led by abdullah ibn ubai, and did not participate in the battle. Uhud saw just 700 remaining muslim soldiers. still vastly outmanned by the meccans.

however, it is incorrect to assert that muslims played their fair share in starting the hostilities at badr. yes the muslims attacked meccan caravans. but this happened where and when? it happened in medina, AFTER, they fled their homes in mecca. the sequence of events are as follows:

meccans persecute muslims
muslims flee to medina
muslims attack caravans in retaliation
meccans attempt to invade medina at badr
meccans again invade at Uhud, just outside of medina

the muslims were well within their rights to invade the whole of mecca after being forcibly evicted from their homes. however, they refrained and merely attacked caravans for 2 primary purposes:

1) to let the meccans know the muslims were prepared to fight back
2) for simply subsistance, the muslims left their entire livelyhoods in mecca
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also, even if the muslims had invaded mecca (which they did NOT), it wouldn't even be an invasion, because it was there home. you can't steal something which already belongs to you.
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