I live in Jordan (Arabic and Muslim country) and I'm traveling to USA. There's one issue to me that people there expects eye contact during conversation, which is something I don't do - as part of ...
Do all Muslims living in Australia follow Sharia law? In the following interview (disclaimer: may be offensive), I'm not focusing on the statements by politician Jacqui Lambie, but the statements ...
In Upper Germany, people greet each other by saying "Grüß Gott". It has the same function as English "good morning". This greeting means "God greets you", however, nowadays it has mostly ...
What Islam Instructs a human being on the responsibilities of a person as a citizen of a non Islamic Country?
I live in a non-Muslim country and I see that even during Ramadhan some Muslim restaurateurs keep their restaurants open for non-Muslims during the fasting hours. Is this allowed? In line with the ...
Related to this question. Now look at a slightly different case. Take the example of my grandma in China. She was from the era where people wholehearted support the communist regime. Throughout ...
I came across these hadiths which perplexed me: It is narrated that, Rasulullah (sal Allahu alaihi wa sallam) said: “He is Not one of us who calls for asabiyyah, (tribalism/nationalism) or ...
It is very recommended in Islam to start everything with the name of Allah. So starting the letters, books or presentations with name of Allah is very common. But it has been a question for me that is ...
Is it ok to add a typical secular western (non-christian) first name to my name to reduce discrimination?
I have a very common muslim name like Muhammad Öztürk. I live in western europe. I think about adding a secular (non-christian) second given name like Louis/Loic (french version) or Ludwig (german ...