Monday, 26 June 2017

Answering Daniel and (Lizzie Schofield?) On Shaking Hands FAO Pfander Centre for Apologetics

This is a response to a gentleman called Daniel who is associated with Jay Smith's Pfander Ministries. He was asking a Muslim why it is forbidden for a Muslim to shake the hand of his female Christian friend/colleague (Elizabeth Lizzie Schofield) as Speakers Corner,


In this video, the Muslims (Nouman Ali Khan and Hamza Yusuf), the Jewish lady (Andrea Grinberg) and a Christian preacher (Paul Washer, who laments at our Western society's departure of valuing touch) really help us to value the teaching of not shaking hands or hugging with members of the opposite sex who you have no familial bond with. It's heart warming as well as sad. Sad because this value for touch and guarding against sensual interactions with strangers of the opposite sex has been lost in the West. Watch the video, you'll appreciate and/or understand the Islamic and Jewish teachings on this more.

This video is also uploaded here and here

Jewish prohibition:

The rule is that people of the opposite gender do not even touch each other, let alone shake hands, unless they are husband and wife, siblings, or children with parents and grandparents.

What is the rationale for the Jewish prohibition on men and women touching, let alone shaking hands?

The prohibition of touching (in Hebrew negiah) goes back to the Book of
Leviticus (18:6 and 18:19) and was developed further in the Talmud. A person who observes this prohibition is often called a shomer negiаh. It applied not only to close contact such as hugging and kissing, but also to shaking hands or patting on the back. The practice is generally followed by traditionally observant Jews, both men and women, including Hassidic Jews, and those who are referred to as Haredim. It is also observed within the Modern Orthodox community depending on how traditional the person is. [Chabad.org]

Muslim scholar teaches the prohibition:

It is not permissible for a man who believes in Allaah and His Messenger to put his hand in the hand of a women who is not permissible for him or who is not one of his mahrams. Whoever does that has wronged himself (i.e., sinned).

It was narrated that Ma’qil ibn Yassaar said: the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “For one of you to be stabbed in the head with an iron needle is better for him than that he should touch a woman who is not permissible for him.”  [IsalmQA]

Jewish explanation:

To remove any myths, it can be said emphatically that it has nothing to do with impurity, or with the social or religious status of people who encounter other people.

The reason is a rather complex, even Freudian rationale. It is felt that touching a person of the opposite gender is essentially a sexual act, or at least the precursor of a sexual act. While it is true that most handshakes between men and women do not lead to sexual relations and are not even contemplated, sexual relations always begin with touching. It is also true that a handshake does communicate feelings albeit on a superficial level.
It has been recognized however, that there are many instances in which men and women can and perhaps even should, touch each other. This would apply to saving a person who is facing a life-threatening danger. Members of the health professions may obviously touch members of the opposite gender in the practice of their discipline, as may hairdressers or physical therapists as a necessary component in the practice of theirs.

Traditional Judaism, unlike some other faiths, regards touching as a highly sensual act. It takes the view that it is not only an important part of marital relations, but one that is only permitted in those relations. To shake hands as a casual courtesy and nothing more is the first step leading to the desensitization of sensuality between husband and wife.
Rabbi Baruch Emmanuel Erdstein of Safed, who holds a degree in anthropology from the University of Michigan, states that "the casual touching of members of the opposite gender can only dull our sensitivity to the sexual power of touch."


А Further Thought

Quite apart from the sexual analysis of some commentators, some commentators point out that an individual's body is personal, and at times to even touch is an intrusion into one's personal dignity. According to this approach, a man should not touch a woman, nor a woman touch a man, out of respect for the space of each other as individuals—especially individuals of the opposite gender who should reserve a certain level of privacy with respect to each other.
[Chabad.org]

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Sunday, 25 June 2017

Is the Earth on a Whale's Back Narration Explained - Adnan Rashid

Here's Muslim apologist Adnan Rashid's message on this following his discussion with an ignorant man at Speakers Corner, Hyde Park (the comment is taken from the comment section).

Hello everyone,

I am Adnan Rashid, one of the debaters in the video. Now that none of the Islam-haters are willing to take up our challenge to debate this topic further, I will share few points to do away with this hilariously desperate attempt to attack Islam. Please see the following:

1. None of the Muslim scholars accept the whale story to be true. Just because they document it does not make it true. In fact many of them (including Ibn Kathir) highlighted the absurdity of this story. There is not even one report from the Prophet Mohammad on it. Ever wondered why? If the Prophet did not say it then we don't have to accept it.

2. Even Abdullah bin Abbas did not say this story is from the Prophet Mohammad (peace be upon him). Rather it was a story he learnt from a Jewish convert to Islam called K'ab al-Ahbaar. This is clearly mentioned in the very article some Islamophobes used to make their point. Why did they hide that information?

See the article here (must read): https://islamqa.info/en/114861

3. Abdullah bin Abbas, despite his authority in Tafsir, was not infallible. He was indeed the greatest scholar of Tafsir who ever lived. He held some erroneous opinions also and occasionally quoted from Jewish/Christian sources. His knowledge and authority, no doubt, is paramount but he never claimed to be infallible. To highlight his fallibility, he pleaded ignorance of certain topics such as he did not know the meaning of the word "fatir" the Quran:

Ibn `Abbas said, "I did not know what Fatir As-Samawati wal-Ard meant until two bedouins came to me disputing over a well. One of them said to his companion, `Ana Fatartuha,' meaning, `I started it.''' (Ibn Kathir Surah Fatir)

He held, until near the end of his life, that muta' marriage (temporary marriage) may be an option in Islam. This was an opinion he was rebuked for severely. He also presented a possible understanding of the crucifixion story, based upon Christian sources, stating it might be another person who was crucified instead of Jesus. Many more examples can be given to show how Abdullah bin Abbas had sometimes used extra-Islamic material to contextualise some of the Quran. Was he always right? The answer is no. Was he always wrong? The answer is an emphatic no. He was mostly correct, especially when he narrated from the Prophet Mohammad directly. Using Abdullah bin Abbas as the only authority in Islam, despite his occasional errors, is the peak of desperation.

4. Islam-haters selectively choose opinions from Islamic literature and present them as the only option. Anyone reading through the tafsir literature will realise that the scholars of Islam expressed opinions and brought supporting evidences to substantiate their claims. They would highlight what opinions they preferred. Amazingly, none of the tafsir scholars, despite mentioning it, took the whale story seriously. In fact many highlighted the fact that this story originates in "israiliyaat" i.e. Judeo-Christian literature. In other words it is not trustworthy.

5. Even if the reports reach Ibn Abbas via an authentic chain (which is not the case in most reports on this topic) the fact remains that he adopted the story from Jewish sources and presented it to contextualise the Quran. The part that the first thing created (before the creation of the heavens and the earth) was pen is authentic and is known from the Prophet Mohammad. Amazingly the whale part cannot be traced back to the Prophet.

6. The fact that Islam-haters ignore all other opinions and focus on only one shows how disingenuous they are. "Nun" is thought to be an ink-pot but the spin-doctors will completely ignore that opinion and jump to the one that sounds most controversial. Hence we cannot trust Islam-haters and their twisted view on Islamic theology.

7. Note how the Islamophobes completely ignore the very beginning of the relevant portion in Tafsir Ibn Kathir where he mentions the fact that these letters are from the "huruf muqatt'aat". We know that all scholars of Tafsir are unanimous that we do not find anything authentic from the Prophet Mohammad on the exact meaning of these alphabets in the beginning of certain suras (chapters), hence we cannot be certain about their exact meaning. That does not mean they do not have a meaning at all, rather we believe God has put these alphabets there for some purpose which remains hidden from us thus far. Some scholars, however, have attempted to attribute meanings to these alphabets and they expressed these opinions in their tafsirs.

8. Islam-haters are usually unable to have a decent discussion and often resort to insults and mockery. They will usually hide behind screens and not show their faces, as they lack confidence in their own content. Haters are good at mocking but bad at having decent academic discussions. So, if they wish to attack Islam truthfully then they should do so in a public debate, where their absurdities and ignorance (or even lies) can be exposed. But they will continue to hide behind screens unfortunately.

Finally, I encourage a decent dialogue with anyone interested in this topic. Not all the details can be shared on a YouTube comment. A face to face discussion is the best way to get the bigger picture :)

Kindest regards. Adnan.





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Saturday, 24 June 2017

Hamza Myatt Preaching and Teaching Islam at Speakers Corner

This is a great piece of dawah, brother Hamza Myatt of EF Dawah goes through misconceptions ad questions a non-Muslim brother at Speakers Corner had about Islam. It’s a controlled, friendly and informative dialogue which will help others who have similar questions about Islam. It's also an example for younger brothers and sisters who want to learn how to do dawah in a loving and authoritative manner. MashaAllah.

The topics discussed:

Islam and misogyny
Islam and hand-chopping (of thieves)
Jizya
Apostasy and Islam
Islam and violence
Trinitarian beliefs about Jesus and violence
How was Islam spread
Christian history
Miracles
Origin of the Quran
Is Islam from the devil?
Embryology and the Quran

David Wasserstein:

Islam saved Jewry. This is an unpopular, discomforting claim in the modern world. But it is a historical truth. The argument for it is double. First, in 570 CE, when the Prophet Mohammad was born, the Jews and Judaism were on the way to oblivion. And second, the coming of Islam saved them, providing a new context in which they not only survived, but flourished, laying foundations for subsequent Jewish cultural prosperity - also in Christendom - through the medieval period into the modern world.

Had Islam not come along, the conflict with Persia would have continued. The separation between western Judaism, that of Christendom, and Babylonian Judaism, that of Mesopotamia, would have intensified. Jewry in the west would have declined to disappearance in many areas. And Jewry in the east would have become just another oriental cult.
Source


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War is Deceit Hadith Explained


They cite a saying of the Prophet that “Warfare is deceit (Ar. khida’ah).” But here again they find no support as this reference to military strategy involving tricks has been echoed by practically every civilization in human history. It is most famous on the lips of Chinese philosopher Sun Tzu who stated in The Art of War, “All warfare is based on deception. Hence, when we are able to attack, we must seem unable; when using our forces, we must appear inactive; when we are near, we must make the enemy believe we are far away; when far away, we must make him believe we are near.” Once again, we find that behind the seemingly scary use of Arabic jargon, there are nothing more than run-of-the mill commonsense notions that every civilization has expressed. [Yaqeen Institute]

Tuesday, 20 June 2017

Jay Smith's Student Lizzie Schofield Believes Jesus Mistreats Women in Deut 21:10-14


Lizzie Schofield of Pfander Ministries as a Trinitarian believes Jesus allowed Israelites to mistreat captive women by marrying them after killing their fathers, husbands and brothers in battle. Of course she was trying to launch a shallow Jay Smith-esque polemic against Prophet Muhammad's marriage to Safiya (which is discussed here) but nevertheless, if she'c consistent, she will as a Trinitarian believe Jesus allowed something which she believes to be ill-treatment of women: 

Deuteronomy 21 (ESV)
10 “When you go out to war against your enemies, and the Lord your God gives them into your hand and you take them captive,11 and you see among the captives a beautiful woman, and you desire to take her to be your wife, 12 and you bring her home to your house, she shall shave her head and pare her nails. 13 And she shall take off the clothes in which she was captured and shall remain in your house and lament her father and her mother a full month. After that you may go in to her and be her husband, and she shall be your wife.


This video is also uploaded here and here

According to the Trinitarian worldview, Jesus: also

~Allowed the severe beating of female slaves as long as they got up after a couple of days [Exodus 21:20]
~Ordered the killing of children, infants and WOMEN [1 Samuel 15:3]

My advice to Lizzie, look why not just accept the Islamic view of Jesus? Do you really want to believe Jesus ordered the killing of women and children and allowed the severe beating of female slaves as long as they got up within a day or two?

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Friday, 16 June 2017

Is the Facebook Video 'When a Child is Considered a Temptress' a Fake?

Abu Ayoub The person who posted the video and wrote the title is against Islam. So he made the title misleading on purpose. I'm sure if we find where the original video was posted it would say something like, "Mistakes Women make in wearing Hijab." I do admit though using a little girl as a Model was unwise. He should have used mannequins. But it appears he comes from a poor area so he might not have had access to it. And really every other option he had would've been haram. Be it an older woman or a man (LOL) modeling the tight cloths.

[The video was posted on a forum asking whether it was fake or authentic. The above response is from a gentleman based in the Middle East. Folks be wary of propaganda and misleading videos by Islamophobes]

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Thursday, 15 June 2017

Muslims and Jews Explain Shomer Negiah: Why Muslim Men Don't Shake Hands With Women (Non Mahram)


This issue may be brought up in the media or by non-Muslim individuals in the West who consider it to be odd. It's the issue of Muslims not shaking hand with strangers of the opposite sex. Our Jewish friends follow the same practice. They call it Shomer Negiah and they say it goes back to the Bible.

In this video, the Muslims (Nouman Ali Khan and Hamza Yusuf), the Jewish lady (Andrea Grinberg) and a Christian preacher (Paul Washer, who laments at our Western society's departure of valuing touch) really help us to value the teaching of not shaking hands or hugging with members of the opposite sex who you have no familial bond with. It's heart warming as well as sad. Sad because this value for touch and guarding against sensual interactions with strangers of the opposite sex has been lost in the West. Watch the video, you'll appreciate and/or understand the Islamic and Jewish teachings on this more.

This vide is also uploaded here and here

Jewish prohibition:

The rule is that people of the opposite gender do not even touch each other, let alone shake hands, unless they are husband and wife, siblings, or children with parents and grandparents.

What is the rationale for the Jewish prohibition on men and women touching, let alone shaking hands?

The prohibition of touching (in Hebrew negiah) goes back to the Book of
Leviticus (18:6 and 18:19) and was developed further in the Talmud. A person who observes this prohibition is often called a shomer negiаh. It applied not only to close contact such as hugging and kissing, but also to shaking hands or patting on the back. The practice is generally followed by traditionally observant Jews, both men and women, including Hassidic Jews, and those who are referred to as Haredim. It is also observed within the Modern Orthodox community depending on how traditional the person is. [Chabad.org]

Muslim scholar teaches the prohibition:

It is not permissible for a man who believes in Allaah and His Messenger to put his hand in the hand of a women who is not permissible for him or who is not one of his mahrams. Whoever does that has wronged himself (i.e., sinned).

It was narrated that Ma’qil ibn Yassaar said: the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “For one of you to be stabbed in the head with an iron needle is better for him than that he should touch a woman who is not permissible for him.”  [IsalmQA]

Jewish explanation:

To remove any myths, it can be said emphatically that it has nothing to do with impurity, or with the social or religious status of people who encounter other people.

The reason is a rather complex, even Freudian rationale. It is felt that touching a person of the opposite gender is essentially a sexual act, or at least the precursor of a sexual act. While it is true that most handshakes between men and women do not lead to sexual relations and are not even contemplated, sexual relations always begin with touching. It is also true that a handshake does communicate feelings albeit on a superficial level.
It has been recognized however, that there are many instances in which men and women can and perhaps even should, touch each other. This would apply to saving a person who is facing a life-threatening danger. Members of the health professions may obviously touch members of the opposite gender in the practice of their discipline, as may hairdressers or physical therapists as a necessary component in the practice of theirs.

Traditional Judaism, unlike some other faiths, regards touching as a highly sensual act. It takes the view that it is not only an important part of marital relations, but one that is only permitted in those relations. To shake hands as a casual courtesy and nothing more is the first step leading to the desensitization of sensuality between husband and wife.
Rabbi Baruch Emmanuel Erdstein of Safed, who holds a degree in anthropology from the University of Michigan, states that "the casual touching of members of the opposite gender can only dull our sensitivity to the sexual power of touch."


А Further Thought

Quite apart from the sexual analysis of some commentators, some commentators point out that an individual's body is personal, and at times to even touch is an intrusion into one's personal dignity. According to this approach, a man should not touch a woman, nor a woman touch a man, out of respect for the space of each other as individuals—especially individuals of the opposite gender who should reserve a certain level of privacy with respect to each other.
[Chabad.org]

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Wednesday, 14 June 2017

The Book Without Doubt - The Quran

Why is the Qur'an the only religious book in history to have been flawlessly preserved to the present day? Whether it's preservation of its content, the recitation style or the meanings of its words, God has made sure that the Qur'an is the book about which there is no doubt.

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Tuesday, 13 June 2017

Usama Dakdok: Muslims Must Kill You and Your Wife, Muslims are Demons

This is lunacy. Islamophobe Usama Dakdok is saying all sorts of wild things about Muslims. Brannon Howse should stop supporting this man. Usama Dakdok should have some shame.


Video also uploaded here

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Is Brannon Howse Sponsoring a Liar in Usama Dakdok?

Brannon Howse's friend Usama Dakdok has been claiming to have studied Islamic Law whilst his fellow Egyptian Christian buddy (Christian Primce) claimed to be a qualified sharian law judge, Odd claim. Would some Christian evangelical be interested in trying to find out if Usama Dakdok is actually telling the truth. There's concern he may have lied to a church in the past too. Here's the video:


This video has also been uploaded here

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Refuting Joe Rogan's Comments About Islam

A response to the Joe Rogan Experience about 7 Myths that our friend Joe Rogan and a few of his guests who have unfortunately been misleading the people with regarding to Muslims and Islam
along with a nice message for Joe Rogan God willing he accepts. The Deen Show respond to Joe Rogan:


This video is also uploaded here.

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Monday, 12 June 2017

Al Fadi, a Confused "Ex Muslim" - Confused by Evangelical Slogans About Jesus and Love

Al Fadi is somebody who claims to be a Saudi Arabian ex Muslim. He believes Jesus loves Muslims. He also believes Jesus will kill Muslims. Notice the contradiction?

In response to a video featuring what Christians believe Jesus will do to Muslims upon his second coming, Al Fadi wrote this:








Here's a dialogue that ensued. Yes, Al Fadi does seem to be a confused "ex Muslim" or just ignorant about the Bible and the Trinitarian beliefs about commands such as 1 Samuel 15:3.



























And here's the video in full.


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