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Woolwich: A developing Muslim Mind and the path to extremism

May 25, 2013

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I remember a scene often. I was 17, and about to enter a debate, ready to win, carrying a pile of books under my arm (many of which I had not read). Its a scene I continue to look back on when considering my own development into researching the religion I follow. At 17 the […]

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A Canvas for Hatred – My experience with extremism

February 21, 2012

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During the battle of Siffin Amir al-mu’minin heard some of his men abusing the Syrians, then he said: “I dislike you starting to abuse them, but if you describe their deeds and recount their situations that would be a better mode of speaking and a more convincing way of arguing. Instead of abusing them you […]

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Religion as an Onion

February 2, 2012

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Religion is as an Onion in layers does it they exist surrounded in its skin of various colours in its core lies its foundation but from view hidden deep within at times it pains our eyes for the madness that people begin so on the outer layer not red or brown when with religion is […]

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