Publisher: Dakwah Corner
|Size in Inches||5.5x8.5|
|Size in CM||14x21.5|
In this book, the author presents 20 most common questions asked by non-muslims, Dr Zakir Naik answers the questions in the most logical and acceptable manner clearing most misconceptions the non-muslims have on Muslims and Islam in general.
- Why is a man allowed to have more than one wife in Islam? i.e. why is polygamy allowed in Islam?
- If a man is allowed to have more than one wife, then why does Islam prohibit a woman from having more than one husband?
- Why does Islam degrade women by keeping them behind the veil?
- How can Islam be called the religion of peace when it was spread by the sword?
- Why are most of the Muslims fundamentalists and terrorists?
- Killing an animal is a ruthless act. Why then do Muslims consume non-vegetarian food?
- Why do Muslims slaughter the animal in a ruthless manner by torturing it and slowly and painfully killing it?
- Science tells us that whatever one eats, it has an effect on one's behaviour. Why then, does Islam allow Muslims to eat non-vegetarian food, since eating of animals could make a person violent and ferocious?
- When Islam is against idol worship why do the Muslims worship, and bow down to the Kaaba in their prayer?
- Why are non-Muslims not allowed in the holy cities of Makkah and Madinah?
- Why is the eating of pork forbidden in Islam?
- Why is the consumption of alcohol prohibited in Islam?
- Why are two witnesses who are women, equivalent to only one witness who is a man?
- How can you prove the existence of hereafter, i.e. life after death?
- When all the Muslim follows one and the same Qur'an then why there are so many sects and different schools of thoughts among Muslims?
- All religions basically teach followers to do good deeds. Why should a person only follow Islam? Can he not follow any of the religions?
- If Islam is the best religion, why are many of the Muslims dishonest, unreliable, and involved in activities such as cheating, bribing, dealing in drugs, etc.?
- Why do Muslims abuse non-Muslims by calling them 'Kafirs'?
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|Kristin N. on 06/22/2020||I bought this with the hopes of buying more to give out as dawah. Unfortunately, some of the issues addressed are India-specific (ie vegetarianism) or a bit crude about akhwat (referring to unmarried sisters as 'public property' is a bit crude in my opinion. Other topics are handled well but I can't use this book for it's intended purpose.|
|sory c. on 07/13/2017||I'm happy|