Posts Tagged ‘ Rights – Freedom of Speech ’

True Love for the Holy Prophet(sa)
Friday
 Sermon delivered on 21st September 2012 from the Baitul Futuh Mosque, London. (Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad - Khalifatul Masih V(aba))
Editorial
Free Speech and Islam: Dialogue or Dissension? (Amer Safir - UK)
Notes and Comments
A Leader of Love (Ayyaz Mahmood Khan - UK)
Human Rights, Human Principles, and the Case of Derogatory Cartoons
The debate on freedom of speech has been reignited after new cartoons are published. (Jonathan Butterworth - UK)
What is the Punishment for Blasphemy in Islam?
How is ‘freedom of speech’ defined according to Human Rights law? How should a Muslim, according to the Sharia, react to the publishing of derogatory cartoons which depict Holy Personages in Islam? (Khalid Saifullah Khan - Australia)
Editorial
The Holy Qur’an and interview with Dr. Terry Jones (Qudsi Rasheed - UK)
Freedom of Conscience and Expression in Islam
To what extent does Islam permit freedom of expression and freedom of speech? (Nadeem Ahmad Siddiq - Canada)
Editorial
Who owns the Copyright? (Fauzia Bajwa – Canada)
Religions from an Islamic Perspective
A review of the true respect that Islam accords to believers of other faiths. (Mubashar Ahmad Kahlon)
AHMADIYYA MUSLIM CENTENARY (1889-1989)
A keynote address to an audience of dignitaries at a Thanksgiving Dinner to mark the First Centenary of the founding of the Ahmadiyya Movement in Islam. (Hazrat Mirza Tahir Ahmad - Khalifatul Masih IV)
Freedom of Speech and Tolerance in Islam
An address by Hadhrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad, Khalifatul Masih V – Islam is a religion of tolerance and allows freedom of belief and expression of opinion. (Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad - Khalifatul Masih V(aba))
The Maududian Law of Apostacy – Part 5
An extract from Murder in the Name of Islam. The punishment for apostacy is of medieval Christian origin that Maududi borrowed and made Islam a mouse-trap. (Hazrat Mirza Tahir Ahmad - Khalifatul Masih IV)
Notes & Comments: Cartoon Wars
The recent furore over the cartoon depicting the Prophet of Islam(sa) as a terrorist is as irresponsible as is the burning of foreign embassies and destruction of business by some Muslims. (Basit Ahmad - UK)