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G His message to all humankind Alas most Muslims today have become callous towards this duty While accepting Islam as the best way of life for ourselves most of us are unwilling to share this knowle I would like to know those uestionsBut rather than reading themI prefer watching D Zakir Naik talking about them20 Most Common uestions about Islam Lila and Alex short story. X-Rated. rather than Burning Attraction reading themI prefer watching D Zakir Naik talking about them20 Most Common uestions about Islam

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Most Common uestions Asked by Non Muslims About Islam by Dr Zakir Naik

Dge with those to whom the message has not yet been conveyed The Arabic word ‘Da’wah’ means ‘a call’ or ‘an invitation’ In Islamic context it means to strive for the propagation of Isl For a Muslim reader who doesn t know much or anything about other religions this book may be a great little comparative study and a good defense of the IslamHowever for someone who isn t so clueless about other religions it s easy to recognise that Zakir Naik didn t do a great job with this book Someone that popular among Islam adherents can t make that many blunders in a single book The Book of Beginnings reader who doesn t know much or anything about other The Homelanders (The Homelanders, religions this book may be a great little comparative study and a good defense of the IslamHowever for someone who isn t so clueless about other Lila and Alex short story. X-Rated. religions it s easy to Burning Attraction recognise that Zakir Naik didn t do a great job with this book Someone that popular among Islam adherents can t make that many blunders in a single book

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Da’wah is a duty Most Muslims know that Islam is a universal religion meant for all humankind Allah swt is the Lord of the entire Universe and Muslims have been entrusted with the duty of conveyin It is easy to read and understand In many parts the author gave logical explanations that are very useful to answer common uestions from non Muslims about Islam for instance why Muslims don t eat porc why pilgrimage in Mecca why women wear veils and so onHowever there are three statements in this book that I didn t appreciate First he claims that Muslims of nowadays are the best If we don t consider terrorists Dr Naik thinks that Muslim community is the best That is true Muslims don t have drinking problems they are generous But why the author ignored one serious problem of Muslim society of nowadays which is illiteracy The percentage of illeteracy in the Islamic world is high This is contradictory since Islam came to ask Muslims to seek knowledge I don t understand why he neglected such very serious problem Second the author says If only all Muslims read the ur an with understanding and adhere to Sahih Hadith Inshallah most of these differences would be solved and we could be one united Muslim Ummah This is not the first time I read such statement Now it is true that the Golden age is the most glorious part of the history of Islam But what about centuries of Islamic philosophy thinking sciences debates Shouldn t we value this historical heritage that play important role in adjust Islam to the socio geo historical context


10 thoughts on “Most Common uestions Asked by Non Muslims About Islam by Dr Zakir Naik

  1. says:

    i've learnt how to answer a uestion about Islam A basic uestion but the good answer because zakir naik has a wide knowledge in this field

  2. says:

    There're mistakes and fallacies in the book including outdated statistics most of which have no references For example he saith that there are 78 millions females than males in USA 9 million females than males in Russia etc The dullard doctor regurgitates the same claims in his speeches If Naik strung together his spuriou

  3. says:

    It is easy to read and understand In many parts the author gave logical explanations that are very useful to answer common uestions from non Muslims about Islam for instance why Muslims don't eat porc why pilgrimage in Mecca why women wear veils and so onHowever there are three statements in this book that I didn't appreciate First he claim

  4. says:

    I would like to know those uestionsBut rather than reading themI prefer watching D Zakir Naik talking about them20 Most Common uestio

  5. says:

    Don't know if it's exactly the same book I read But I think it was very good Helpful and useful Also easy to read

  6. says:

    lovely one i read it twice

  7. says:

    الحمدلله و کفی و صلوات و السلام علی عباده الذین صطفیWith Respect Many thanks to Almighty Allah Who ha

  8. says:

    i wud like to read the uestions of that book

  9. says:

    For a Muslim reader who doesn't know much or anything about other religions this book may be a great little comparative stud

  10. says:

    Good book overall This book has widened my knowledge on Islam and has also helped me answer a few uestions I myself had about Islam My only knock with this book is that there are a few uestions that are still unanswered to me because the response didn't satisfy me Besides that there are also a few grammatical and spelling errors in the book

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