Leaving Islam



 Jalal Abualrub

Thank you Sina for your email.  First, I would like to say that my friend Nader A`hmad has just stated to me that he decently refuted your claims and offered this site as a reference (http://www.examinethetruth.com/Challenge_Sina.htm)...

Yes I debated with Nadir Ahmed and you can find the full debate here: Mr. Ahmed has also published that debate partially. 

As you can see, Nadir did not talk about the charges that I made against Muhammad and insisted we talked about some alleged miracles of the Quran. He promised after that he would respond to the charges. Well, he could not prove any of those so called miracles were miraculous. And as for disproving my claims against Muhammad, we never got to that part.

I do not mean this in any way to hurt you, I am just conveying what my friend said.  Any way, you truly do not need to answer me on this point at all, I just wanted to be honest with you as to what I have heard. 

Why should I get hurt?

We both are busy, so why not occasionally engage each other in a question or comment from your side, then I offer my insight and response.  I noticed that your email to me showed calmness, which I like in this kind of debate.  So let us see if we can engage in a civil debate that will be of benefit, hopefully. 


Sure there is no hurry. I present one charge at a time and you can dispute it at your convenience. For this debate we adopt the format of the court. The charges are laid against the defendant Muhammad bin Abdullah, I act as the prosecutor on behalf of humanity (excluding the Muslims) and you as his attorney. The readers will be the jury. 

We do not have to convince each other necessarily. We explain our positions respectively and leave it for the jury to decide. 

If I am convinced that any of the charges are adequately contested, I will remove that charge. If a charge is convincingly contested and I obstinately decline to remove the charge, the jury will see through that insincerity and let them be my judge. 

Let us start with misogyny. Here is the charge 

 As for me, I really do not like to boast about myself, but I guess that this may be helpful, so thank you again and let us talk a bit later.



{And We have not sent you (O, Muhammad, peace be upon him) but as a mercy

for the 'Ālamīn (all that exists)}; [21:107].

In response to Craig Winn's, The Prophet of Doom, in which he shamelessly slandered Allah, the Quran and the Prophet of Islam.

Madinah Publishers and Distributors Announces the Release of the Second Chapter of Jalal Abualrub's: The Prophet of Mercy

Here is the Link: (http://www.madinahstore.com/mercy/2.htm)


Books Jalal Abualrub Translated for the Dar of Islamic Heritage (1994-1998)  

  • Innovation, and its Evil Effects, by Sali'h al Fozan

  • The Bible's Testimony that Jesus is the Slave-Servant and Messenger of Allah, by Abdurrahman Abdul-Khaliq

  • Rights Basic to the Natural Human Constitution, by Muhammad al Uthaymeen

  • The Hadith is Proof in Itself in Belief & Laws, by al Albani

  • Explaining the Pillars of Iman, by Mohammad al Uthaymeen

  • Marriage in Islam, by Abdurrahman Abdul Khaliq

  • The Weakening of Faith: Its Symptoms, Causes, and Cure, by Sali'h Al-Munajjid.

  • Kitab Al Ikhlas (Book of Sincerity), by Husain al Awaysha

  • Basics & Benefits from the Forty Hadith Nawawi, by Nathim Sultan

  • The Ever-Merciful, He Rose Over His Throne, by Abdullah as-Sabt

  • Hundreds of Article for the Periodical: The Muslim Creed

Some of the Books Jalal Abualrub Translated for Darussalam, Riyadh (1998-2000)

  • Charity even with a Trifle, by Abdul-Malik Al-Qasim

  • Tafsir Ibn Kathir, (Juzu: 1-10, 12, 13, 25-27)

  • Establish the Prayers and The prize is Paradise , by Abdul-Malik Al-Qasim

  • Pillars of Islam, by Ibn Jibreen

  • Silent Moments, by Abdul-Malik Al-Qasim

  • How to Achieve Happiness, by Abdur-Rahman As-Sa'di

  • Healing With The Medicine of the Prophet, by Imam Ibn Qayyim Al-Jauziyyah

  • Life is a Shadow, by Abdul-Malik bin Muhammad Ibn Abdul Rah`man Al-Qasim

  • Seeds Of Righteousness, by Abdul-Malik Al-Qasim

  • Kindness To Parents, by Abdul-Malik Al-Qasim

  • The Seerah of the Prophet, by al-Muparakpuri (Not in print)

  • The Road to Good Friendship, by Abdul al-Malik al-Qasim  

Books Jalal Abualrub Translated or Authored for Madinah Publishers and Distributors:    

  • Dhammu al-Hawa, by Ibn al-Qayyim (Not in print yet)

  • Visiting Graves and Seeking Help from the Deceased, by Ibn Taimiyyah

  • The Creed of the Two Imams, Abu Zur`ah ar-Razi and Abu `Hatim ar-Razi (Not in print yet)

  • Kitab at-Taubah (Book of Repentance), by Ibn Taimiyyah (Not complete yet)

  • Volumes 1-2-3-4, of 20 volumes expected inshaallah, of the great book of Sunnah and Seerah, Zad-ul Ma`ad fi Hadyi Khairi al-`Ibad, by imam Ibn al-Qayyim

  • Holy Wars.Crusades.Jihad, a 300-page research on the rulings of Jihad and warfare in the Torah, Gospels and Quran 

  • Biography of Muhammad Ibn Abdul Wahhab, a 700-page historical study taken from more than 300 different western and Islamic resources on an important part of the history of Arabic in the eighteenth century

You have an impressive curriculum. It is a pleasure to debate with you.  

Ali Sina

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