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Why I Reject Hadith & Islam?

What is the Hadith Literature? The Arabic word ḥadīth (plural: aḥadīth. Anglicised: ha-deeth) means narration; report; narrative; story; tale. In the narrower sense of the word it refers to the ḥadīth literature; a body of literature comprised of multiple volumes which together constitute tens of thousands of narrations, reports, stories, and tales. These aḥadīth derive […]

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Zakat in the Qur’an

Be in this world, but not of this world. Introduction As many of my dear subscribers know, the Traditionalist Islamic religion is a later invention by mankind (for more insight please see Islamic Religion & Hadith Literature). Where the Qur’anic word zakat is concerned, the Traditionalist Islamic religion claims a specific definition for it, a […]

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Hajj in the Qur’an

Introduction What Does Hajj Mean & What Is It Really All About? The Arabic word hajj means pilgrimage, and hajj is conventionally understood as a rite that the God instituted via prophet Muhammad. This is the view from Traditionalist Islamic doctrine; it propagates that this pilgrimage is a mandatory religious duty for followers of the […]

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Dietary Law in the Qur’an: Halāl (حَلَال) & Harām (حَرَامْ) – Kashér (כָּשֵׁר‎)

Introduction In this article I am going to present you with Qur’anic evidence in regard to topic of lawful and unlawful food. The avid reader and follower of my work, will know that I reject the Traditionalist Islamic religion rendering it a later invention by mankind (click here for more). There are three main points […]

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Marriage Law in the Qur’an

Many people ask me on a regular basis as to what the Qur’anic law on marriage is. The Qur’anic law on marriage is both simple and straightforward. Far too many individuals are unable to deduce the Qur’anic law on marriage either because they are lazy or they hold an array of expectations of the Qur’an […]

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Modesty in the Qur’an

Following on from my article titled ḥijāb (حِجَاب) According To Qur’an, I have decided to write an article dedicated toward the subject matter of what the concept of modesty is in terms of dress code according to the Qur’an. Dress Code There are two verses in the Qur’an which speak on dress code and these […]

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Hijab (حِجَاب) in the Qur’an

Word: ḥijāb (حِجَاب)Root: Hā-Jim-BāOccurrences In Qur’an: 7 timesRoot verb meanings: barrier, distance, separation, something which prevents / precludes / covers / protects, to hide a thing. The Arabic word hijab is conventionally understood to reference a piece of religious clothing which religious Traditionalist Muslim women wear on their heads as demanded by Traditionalist Islamic doctrine. […]

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