|In the desert of Arabia was Muhammad born, according to Muslim historians, on April 20, 571. The name means highly praised. He is to me the greatest mind among all the sons of Arabia. He means so much more than all the poets and kings that preceded him in that impenetrable desert of red sand.
When he appeared Arabia was a desert - a nothing. Out of nothing a new world was fashioned by the mighty spirit of Muhammad
||The Shari'ah ordained by the Almighty regarding punishments has already been elaborated upon by this writer in a separate discourse. It is shown in this discourse that the Shari'ah has specified the punishments of only five crimes.
The punishments of all other crimes have been left to the rulers of a state to legislate. However, in this regard, as far as the prevailing concepts are concerned, four questions may arise.
as a paradigm for Muslim Scholarship
|This lecture aims to explore the event of Karbala from its core - as a massacre, rather than as a 'battle' or
'tragedy' and offer intellectual frameworks to Muslim scholars and humanity by which to think about three key concepts central to the development of a society: justice, faith and education.