Essays 2019-08-07T03:40:46-08:00



Niccolò Machiavelli (d. 1527 AD), an Italian Renaissance diplomat, is most noted for The Prince, but his real masterpiece is his Discourses. Machiavelli wrote The Prince as a treatise to Lorenzo de’ Medici, the Duke of Urbino, and it was not [...]

Anwit Shahi analyzes the online debates between factions of the Muslim community[...]

On the 21st of the month of Ramadan, in 40 AH (661 AD), the caliph, judge, warrior, ascetic, and sage ʿAlī b. Abī Ṭālib succumbed to his fatal wounds. He was the cousin and son-in-law of the Prophet Muḥammad, and he is considered the fourth [...]

“He began teaching us the knowledge of ourselves, of God and the devil, of the measurement of the earth, of other planets, and of the civilization of some of the planets other than earth. He measured and weighed the earth and its water; the [...]

One of the boldest icons of the Nation of Islam (NOI) is a simple blackboard.[...] and Alam Khan Publications

According to the Detroit Police Department, and the Detroit Free Press, W.D. Fard, the founder of the Nation of Islam, possessed a work that he described as The Bible of Islamism. He was photographed with the book when detectives detained him on [...]

Bilal Muhammad examines the debate within Islam about the crucifixion of Jesus.[...]

Protecting the Intellect from the Elusive Agitator emocritus once said that the “purpose of law is to benefit men’s lives; it can do so when they, themselves, wish to be benefited; for those who obey, it indicates their virtue.”[1] Upon [...]

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