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Asad Q. Ahmed: Islam’s invented Golden Age
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Prof. Asad Q. Ahmed follows his debate with an article in which he further explains his historical analysis and thesis regarding the origin of the “decline narrative” and the reasons for the present state of rational sciences in Muslim majority countries.




Islam, Science and the “Decline” Narrative
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How ironic to witness Richard Dawkins pseudo-scientifically prattle on about Muslims and Nobel prizes: “All the world’s Muslims have fewer Nobel Prizes than Trinity College, Cambridge” he said, undoubtedly with his nose turned up high in the air and a snobbish English accent.




An Agnostic Jew talks about her experience with the Koran
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Lesley Hazleton explores the intricacies of the Qur’an with insight that affirms the Qur’an as a book that should be read, understood, listened to, experienced and discussed, not misinterpreted and hijacked by extremists or Islamophobes.




In Lower Manhattan, 2 Mosques Have Firm Roots
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The Masjid Manhattan occupies a narrow basement with bare pipes snaking along the ceiling. The congregants who filled up the mosque near City Hall on Thursday night were mainly men, from South Asia, West Africa and the United States, and a few women — who prayed behind a partition.