Renaissance Monthly Journal
Renaissance | March - 1995
A monthly journal promoting research and original thinking in the light of the original sources of Islam.
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There are different theories as to why the Muslims of India demanded a separate homeland for themselves in the first half of this century. Some believe that it was for economic reasons and others maintain that it was purely on religious compulsions. However, the fact remains and there is no denying it that
Lest We Forget
After landing on the coastal strip overlooking the rock which was later named as ‘Jabal-ul-Tariq’ (Gibraltar), its conqueror Tariq Bin Zayid, ordered the burning of the ships that had brought his Muslim troops from Africa in 711 A.D.
Why are you doing this. Sir?’ cried the a
These two surahs form a pair since they discuss the same subject. However, the first surah mentions the pathways which lead to doom and success in the Hereafter, while the second one actually describes these pathways. The leaders of the Quraysh have been addressed in them. The addr
Among many other misconceptions about Islamic is the notion that it gives sanction to slavery and permits its followers to enslave prisoners of war, particularly women and establish extra-marital relations with them. We strongly affirm that Islam has not the slightest link with slavery and concubinage. O