Author: Ibn Kammuna

Regarding Islamophobia

Introduction I discuss, in this article, the concept of Islamophobia. Does it Exist? And, Who is responsible for marketing such a concept? And, Who benefits from it? The Concept I...

Was Muhammad Persecuted in Mecca?

12/12/2013 Introduction: It is a fact that Muhammad faced harassment in Mecca. There are incidents in Islamic history books testifying to this fact. Muslims take such narrative to claim that...

Muhammad could read, but no pundit

12/9/2013 Introduction In this article, I introduce a video of an imam arguing that Muhammad was an illiterate man. He could not read and write.  This article argues against such...

Quran’s Flat Earth Theory

11/27/2013 Introduction Muslims claim that the Qur’an mentioned the shape of the earth to be like an egg in the 7th century, long before modern science discovered this fact. Such...

Story of Uqba’s Mockery of Muhammad and Muhammad’s Cruel Revenge

On their way back to Madinah, at a large sand hill, the Prophet [pbuh] divided the spoils equally among the fighters after he had taken Al-Khums (one-fifth). When they reached As-Safra’, he ordered that two of the prisoners should be killed. They were An-Nadr bin Al-Harith and ‘Uqbah bin Abi Muait, because they had persecuted the Muslims in Makkah, and harboured deep hatred towards Allâh and His Messenger [pbuh]. In a nutshell, they were criminals of war in modern terminology, and their execution was an awesome lesson to oppressors. ‘Uqbah forgot his pride and cried out, “Who will look after my children O Messenger of Allâh?” The Prophet [pbuh] answered, “The fire (of Hell).