Islam written in Viking Runes

Language and communication is a tremendous blessing, without which Human society would be impossible.

How often do we give thought to this, or thanks to Allah SWT for the great blessings He freely bestows upon us, but that we all too often take for granted?

For anyone interested in learning more about Viking runes, this website is well worth
a visit:

Paul Salahuddin Armstrong

Islam written in Viking Runes


Why is the Qur’an in Arabic?

The Quran is a message; the original was revealed in Arabic to make it easy for it’s first audience to receive and understand. People often forget that…

The primary reason the Quran is in Arabic, was not to sound more beautiful, or because that language is more blessed, but because it was being read to Arabs who readily conversed in Arabic. Had it been in any other language, it would not have effectively engaged the community of Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him.

Today, English is the most widely spoken language on Earth, and Arabic doesn’t engage many Anglophones anywhere near as well as English does. Hence, we deliberately use English to engage the widest possible audience.

(cf. Holy Quran 43:3, 46:12 and other ayahs).

a discourse in the Arabic tongue

A Free and Open World, Depends on a Free and Open Internet

Bismillahir Rahmanir Raheem:

Dear Brothers and Sisters,

Defend the Internet from the greedy banksters, crooked politicians, charlatan pastor-mullahs and other freaks who desire to destroy it!

“Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, said: The greatest jihad is to speak the word of truth to a tyrant.”
~ Mishkat, Book of Rulership and Judgment, ch. 1, sec. 2

Google is calling for a massive internet uprising in the wake of censorship bills that will ruin internet freedom forever! They have dedicated the page to raising awareness concerning this madness; it is very important that we continue to keep our Human Family’s link to one another open, to flourish freely.

“A free and open world depends on a free and open Internet. Governments alone, working behind closed doors, should not direct its future. The billions of people around the globe who use the Internet should have a voice.”
~ Google

Should the proposed changes go ahead, the internet will quite simply cease to be, as whatever would be left would no longer be the internet! Not only would this impact on our liberties, but it would harm our economies through reduced networking opportunities, damage the cause for representative government and destroy our Human Family’s hopes of a brighter, more peaceful world tomorrow, less restricted by national borders and the unnecessary conflict between nations.

On behalf of the future, we ask those of the past to leave us alone. You are not welcome among us. You have no sovereignty where we gather.

We the People of the Internet have no elected government, nor are we likely to have one; therefore we address those who would tyrannise us with no greater authority than that with which Liberty always speaks. We declare the global social space we are building to be naturally independent of the tyrannies you seek to impose on us.

Governments and corporations have no moral right to rule us, nor do they have the means to stop us!

Together we can and will move forward to bring into being a brighter tomorrow, but in order to do that, we all need to work together and defend the right to freely communicate without interference from greedy banksters, crooked politicians and charlatan pastor-mullahs who would stand in the way of our collective vision.

Sheikh Salahuddin Abu Sophia

Why Saira Khan wants the burkha banned and why I agree with her

Great article from Saira Khan, I entirely agree with Saira’s views on this. Burkhas and niqabs are cultural clothing, from intolerant societies in the Middle East, they have nothing whatsoever to do with Islam! As Saira correctly stated:

“I have read the Koran. Nowhere in the Koran does it state that a woman’s face and body must be covered in a layer of heavy black cloth. Instead, Muslim women should dress modestly, covering their arms and legs.

Many of my adult British Muslim friends cover their heads with a headscarf – and I have no problem with that.The burkha is an entirely different matter. It is an imported Saudi Arabian tradition, and the growing number of women veiling their faces in Britain is a sign of creeping radicalisation, which is not just regressive, it is oppressive and downright dangerous.

The burkha is an extreme practice. It is never right for a woman to hide behind a veil and shut herself off from people in the community. But it is particularly wrong in Britain, where it is alien to the mainstream culture for someone to walk around wearing a mask.” – Saira Khan

While I don’t particularly like the idea of any law, which bans people from wearing particular forms of clothing, I believe we may be left with no choice in this particular case. We are living in the United Kingdom, burkhas and niqabs have never been a part of our culture here, they are nothing to do with the religion of Islam, they inhibit normal human communication, are used to oppress women and the wearing of them is for the most part, only promoted by sectarian extremists! To be quite honest, I’m surprised we as a society have allowed the practice to spread and not done something about it before…

Sadly, for simply writing this article and airing her views on the matter, extremists have set up a HATE GROUP against Saira Khan, on Facebook! Doesn’t this very act, say it all about what the burkha and niqab are really about?