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The author comments on calls by a pastor in the United States to burn copies of the Qur’ān. He states that firstly this is a full crime and may lead to a world conflict between the East and the West. Secondly, the call for burning copies of the Qur’ān implies burning copies of the Bible as well...
This article discusses misconceptions about salafīsm, arguing that it is an approach with rationality as a basic principle.
The author argues that Islam is a religion which concludes all previous religions. All the prophets of previous religious teachings called people to Islam, and the submission of oneself to Allāh.
Zayn al-‘Abidīn al-Rikābī writes about the Christian conscience.
The article sheds light on a book by Senator Mark D. Siljander in which he confesses that Christ was a Muslim.
Al-Rikābī highlights a book by former Congress member who admits that the Christ Jesus was Muslim.  
The article deals with attacks on Islam in different countries such as France, Germany and China and shows that the "other" is not as angelic as is depicted and that it too has terrorism.
Al-Rikābī criticizes the contradiction in the UN and the International Community’s stances. While they condemn the Holocaust committed against Jews in the twentieth century, the keep silent about the holocaust committed against Palestinians of Gaza.
Zayn al-‘Abidīn al-Rikābī criticizes the idea of attacking all Jews for attacking Palestine.
Zayn al-‘Ābidīn al-Rikābī comments on the double standards of Western countries.


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