The editor of the UK magazine, Spiked, Brendan O’Neill, wrote an article entitled ‘Why won’t we tell students that Kant is better than the Koran?’ (1). Brendan appears to argue that (the Secular Liberal philosophy of) Kantian ethics offers a superior ethical system… Read More ›
After the split of the Roman Empire into two parts. the Western Roman Empire and the Eastern Roman Empire [read Part 1], the Western Roman Empire eventually declined. In the second part of the origins and definition of the West,… Read More ›
Journalist Andrew Gilligan has written an article against me, quoting sentences cut in half, and even inserting words to misrepresent my views, for the sake of media sensationalism. Furthermore, his article indirectly challenges my right, and the right of other Muslims,… Read More ›
In the USA, every year, over 33,626 people are killed by guns. 16,121 people per year are murdered . (The last accurate data collection for this was 2013). In 2013, the total number of deaths for Terrorism occurring GLOBALLY was… Read More ›
On Friday the 12th June 2015, the organisation iERA set up their second debate of the ‘Don’t Hate Debate Series’ titled ‘The Big Question: Does Islam Clash with British Values’, featuring a Discussion On The Compatibility of British and Islamic Values…. Read More ›
How to Discriminate against your Minorities – An Introduction to the European practice of ‘Multiculturalism’ and ‘tolerance’
Secular Politicians in England, France and the rest of Europe, often disguise their discriminatory legislation against minorities, like historically against the Jews, and now the Roma (gypsies) and Muslims, by claiming that the laws they make do not only apply… Read More ›
Some Observations on the 2015 UK General Election Results and the UK Parliamentary System (and some good news for Labour Party Voters)
The UK election is over, and now begins a 5 year term by the Conservative Party who have formed a bare majority within the UK Parliament’s lower house (The House of Commons). What lessons did we learn from the election,… Read More ›
The upcoming UK general elections are only a day away, and the usual calls to participate in the election ring out across the Muslim community, like some sort of Adhaan, creating a temporary amnesia about all the previous elections that… Read More ›
The age which produced the birth of a new worldview in European thought, called anachronistically, ‘The Enlightenment’,that would see the new and radical world view called today ‘Secular Liberalism’, or ‘Liberalism’.
In order to understand the reality and meaning behind the modern use of Democracy, we must understand what gave rise to its resurrection, the significances behind this, and the purpose of it relative to the ideology of Secular Liberalism.
I was drawn attention to a recent blog post on the Quilliam website by the author Jacob Kishere, which discussed the ‘problem’ of ‘Islamist’ speakers being invited to university campuses. The article lamented at this ‘ideological ‘entryism’ of non-Liberal ideologies… Read More ›