What Would Prophet Muhammad Think of ISIS?
“Prophet Muhammad, God’s peace and blessings be upon him, is described in the Quran as a Mercy to all of the worlds. He came to establish peace, justice, law, and order. On the other hand, ISIS is diametrically opposed to everything he taught and expected his followers to adhere to.
Does ISIS represent Islam as lived by the Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings of God be upon him? The chart in this brochure makes it clear that the terrorist group does not.“ >>> Read more online
An Islamic Response to ISIS Revival of Slavery
“While we fight against different forms of slavery that persist today, there is a need for even louder faith-based voices against extremist groups like ISIS, which abuse the Quran to justify their crimes of enslaving prisoners and taking female prisoners as concubines.
Although rape does not need a theology, ISIS claims to offer one. For this reason, it is important to have a clear, informed response based on Islamic sources.” >>> Read more online
Muslims Fighting Hate & Extremism: A Concrete Plan of Action
“War, hate, and terrorism are a connected phenomena. War and hate breed more terrorism. And they feed off of each other.
It is only until people of conscience begin working together at a grassroots level that we can end this cycle of death, destruction, and dysfunction. It is not impossible. But it requires commitment and patience, as well as goodwill that transcends the hate extremists of any stripe feed off of to stay in power to the detriment of others.” >>> Read more online
Countering Terrorism & Extremism
- Muslims fighting hate & extremism: A concrete plan of action
- “Why Don’t Muslims Condemn Terrorism?”
- An Islamic response to ISIS Revival of Slavery
- What Would Prophet Muhammad Think of ISIS?
- Avenging the Prophet Who Banned Revenges
- It’s Tempting to Join the Radicals
- 9 things Muslim families can do to curb Muslim youth extremism
- 9 tips on curbing Muslim youth extremism
- Muslim Voices Against Extremism & Terrorism
- Terrorism: What is it accomplishing?
- Talking to children about terrorism