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MISCONCEPTIONS ABOUT ISLAM | DUBAI PART 1 | LECTURE | DR ZAKIR NAIK



Dr Zakir Naik | Misconception About Islam | Dubai Part 1 | Full Lecture
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Misconception About Islam Part 1
(Airport Expo, Dubai, U.A.E., 28th August 2009)

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  1. I believe that we can distinguish three different groups of Muslims in the world today based on how they envision and practice their faith.

    The first group is the most problematic — the fundamentalists who envision a regime based on sharia, Islamic religious law. They argue for an Islam largely or completely unchanged from its original seventh-century version and take it as a requirement of their faith that they impose it on everyone else. I call them “Medina Muslims,” in that they see the forcible imposition of sharia as their religious duty, following the example of the Prophet Mohammed when he was based in Medina. They exploit their fellow Muslims’ respect for sharia law as a divine code that takes precedence over civil laws. It is only after they have laid this foundation that they are able to persuade their recruits to engage in jihad.

    The second group — and the clear majority throughout the Muslim world — consists of Muslims who are loyal to the core creed and worship devoutly but are not inclined to practice violence or even intolerance towards non-Muslims. I call this group “mecca Muslims.” The fundamental problem is that the majority of otherwise peaceful and law-abiding Muslims are unwilling to acknowledge, much less to repudiate, the theological warrant for intolerance and violence embedded in their own religious texts.

    More recently, and corresponding with the rise of Islamic terrorism, a third group is emerging within Islam — Muslim reformers or, as I call them, “modifying Muslims” — who promote the separation of religion from politics and other reforms. Although some are apostates, the majority of dissidents are believers, among them clerics who have come to realize that their religion must change if its followers are not to be condemned to an interminable cycle of political violence.

    The future of Islam and the world’s relationship with Muslims will be decided by which of the two minority groups — the Medina Muslims and the reformers — wins the support of the meccan majority

  2. Can you please come to Jamaica and do the Sam talk please? Many ppl in Jamaica are confused about Islam. It would great for you to do this talk in Jamaica soon inshallah

  3. Misconceptions are cleared thanks to people like Zakir. I used to think that Islam was tolerant and compatible with logic, reason and modern science.

    Now I know it's not

  4. This PERSON trying to tell us THAT he knows bible than Christian DOES but he does't NOT know what John saying; in John 3;16 God love the world so much that he gave his only begotten son so who so ever believe in him should not perish but have everlasting life.

  5. Selammua alejkum, i got one question, the quran says that allah created seaven heavens, and in the haddith it states that 1 heaven from another is 500years, isnt this wrong? Beacuse only our milky way is 100 thousand of lights year away from the earth?

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