"Martyrdom of the good is death of evil, Islam lives after every Karbala" http://youtu.be/FYdl4DTp_Gk The struggle between good and evil has been going on since the creation of humanity, from Cain and Abel. Evil seemed to overpower good then and so did it seem when at Karbala 72 fell - infant, man, woman, elderly where … Continue reading Martyrdom of Imam Hussein
Sunni Muslims have always vociferously denounced the Promised Messiah, Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmed, because he suggested that it was not an Islamic Jihad to fight the British army when they had control over India. He made a clear and logical reasoning for his standpoint, but this did not stop the vicious attacks against him. And … Continue reading Armed forces Imam
China’s Hui Muslims are unique in many respects. The country’s second-largest ethnic minority share linguistic and cultural ties with the majority in China that have allowed them to practice their religion with less interference and fewer restrictions than others, like Uighur Muslims and Tibetans. Outside of China, the Hui practice of installing women as the … Continue reading China’s Female Mosques
The Promised Messiah instructs his jamaat not to pray behind non-Ahmadis because success lies in being steadfast on the right path. The second extract justifies this seemingly harsh stance by saying that there are times for gentleness and a time for strictness and the appropriate action needs to be taken at the appropriate time.