Yahya Saqib speak on the psychology of Islam and explains how it is a carefully designed and purposeful religion. He looks at why we are taught to pray at a very young age and he goes into detail to explain the meaning of Prayer and why we pray five times a day.
Today's Daily Mail carries the headline "The latest WikiLeaks revelation: 1 in 3 British Muslim students back killing for Islam and 40% want Sharia law." If that sounds awfully familiar, it should: back in 2008 the paper revealed that "one third of British Muslim students say it's acceptable to kill for Islam," and that "40 … Continue reading Daily Mail Lies? Lets all Pretend we are Shocked
The Holy Quran tells Muslims that times of the five daily prayers are fixed and that Muslim must pray at the fixed time. The guidance in the Holy Quran is meant to allow us to practice what it teaches. Praying at the correct time is meant to develop in us respect for time because once … Continue reading Importance of time keeping