Is Islam a Religion of Violence?November 20, 2019 2021-01-20 1:34
Is Islam a Religion of Violence?
MEET YOUR INSTRUCTOR
Dr. Jamal Badawi
Member of The International Union of Muslim Scholars
Is there any command in the Qur’an that allows Muslims to fight others on the sole grounds that they are not Muslim whether they are Jewish, Christians, pagans or idolaters?
Is there an ayah of the Qur’an which labels People of the Book as ‘Mushrikeen’.
Indeed, Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) receives credit for keeping the peace for 13 years.
What did the Geneva Conventions and the various humanitarian international laws of war add in essence to what the Prophet of Islam taught 14 centuries ago?!
- Unit 1 – Infidels, Kafirs, Polytheist and People of the Book
- Unit 2 – Holy War vs. Jihad
- Unit 3 – The Qur’an’s Verses of Peace and Tolerance
- Unit 4 – Does the Qur’an License the Killing of Non-Muslims?
- Unit 5 – Tolerance with Enemies in the Qur’an
- Unit 6 – Relationships with Other Nations and Neighbours
- Unit 7 – Jizyah in Islam
- Unit 8 – Friendship of Non-Muslims
- Unit 9 – What does “Prevail” Mean in the Qur’an?
- Unit 10 – Reasons for Revelation
- Unit 11 – The Phenomenon of Supersedence or Abrogation (al-Naskh)
- Unit 12 – The Truthful and the Consistent in the Qur’an (al-Muh-kam wal Mutashabih)
- Unit 13 – The General and the Qualifier in the Qur’an (al-`Aam wal Khaas)
- Unit 14 – Understanding the Hadith, “I Was Ordered to Fight the People Until They Testify…”
- Unit 15 – Underlying Values of the Qur’an
- Unit 16 – Is Renouncing Islam Apostasy?
- Unit 17 – Hadith and Apostasy
- Unit 18 – Conclusion about Apostasy
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