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Are there “exceptions” that allow man to legislate in the place of God?

April 30, 2015 |

To vote or not to vote? Why does this topic warrant such heated and repeated discussion? Is it more than just placing a tick mark into a box? Is there something deeper at play? Let’s take a look.

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Voting and Participation within un-Islamic Systems – Refuting Spurious Assertions

April 29, 2015 |

Islam orders the Muslims to implement the rules and laws laid down by Allah (swt), and that the sovereignty belongs to Allah (swt) alone. This is known by necessity in Islam, as Allah (swt) has told us:

 

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What’s the difference between an Islamic State and Democracy?

November 1, 2014 |

In an Islamic state, the leader is obliged by the Quran to run the affairs of the people using ‘Shura’ (consultation). He is elected based upon confidence to lead, not on his policies, because he is obliged to … Read More

The ‘Muslim’ Modernist

May 30, 2014 |

There are a small group of ‘Muslims’ who have become fully intellectually colonialised and are so awed by Western civilisation, that they have embraced the Western ideology of Liberalism (Secularism, Democracy, Nationalism & Individualism) mind body and soul. … Read More

The fallacy of using Gradualism

May 22, 2014 |

The fallacy of using Gradualism (Tadarruj) as a means to implement Ahkam:

 

There is an argument that the Shari’a can be sectioned up and implemented in bits over a long, set period of time whilst … Read More

Pro Voting Muslims vs. Anti Voting Muslims

May 19, 2014 |

The elections in the UK are almost upon us, and many Muslims are once again having the same reality-defying optimism; namely, that voting really will change the system, laws and injustices of British politics.

 

It … Read More