Not everything worth having comes easily
The ṣ-b-r root occurs over 100 times in the Qur’an. From it come the verb ṣabara and the noun ṣabr. This root has the generic sense of patience. Yet the
A summary of my doctrine
Traditionalist Islam claims – and is typically supported tacitly in its claim by the Orientalist scholar and mainstream media – that the Qur’an may be fully understood only
For those who want to be clean and strong for the battle
Many of us who get that the world is in the grip of a Satanic cabal are engaged in various plans of action aimed at putting things right.
What the Qur’an itself forbids
The idea of what is ḥarām – or forbidden – is a central topic among those who follow the ḥadīth literature. There is no end of what you cannot do: from keeping
Confusing Islam with the Qur’an is a mistake
I hear people make accusations at the Qur’an which are really directed at the religion which claims the Qur’an as its scripture.
The headscarf is the core identifier of a Muslim woman
Many assume that the hijab is in the Qur’an – or, more specifically, many assume that what is thought of today as female Islamic dress is
Usury is evil according the Qur’an
In the Middle Ages, usury in Europe was not only a crime, it was unnatural; and Dante placed usurers in the same circle of Hell as the inhabitants of Sodom and
Why believers shouldn’t fear the Elite
It’s easy if you are involved in 9/11 truth or fighting the full-spectrum dominance the elite are rolling out to lose sight of the big picture.
We are not doomed to an Orwellian future
Orwell’s 1984 is a piece of deeply prophetic Realagitprop.
Both the title and other terms which the book spawned such as Big Brother have entered the popular
Why Makkah fails
Modern-day Makkah strikes even Traditionalist Muslims who make pilgrimage there by its lack of correspondence with the place described in the Qur’an.
Dan Gibson is a historian and a