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Last updated: 1st January 2013
Question ID: #4203
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Ibn Yusuf
1st January 2013

Salam, there is a website namely: [Admin edit: Links removed] that is edited by some former Muslims (Amar Khan etc). I would like to humbly request the Ulama to review this website and at least counter argue the points he has written to save the fragile Muslim youngsters from becoming murtad. He has written articles insulting the Quran and the Beloved Messenger of Allah (Peace be Upon Him) and people are believing his articles due to the way he has written them with supposed sources etc. This website could be a means of people leaving the fold of Islam unless people have peace of mind that his arguments are baseless (which they are) and this will only happen if someone writes an article confirming the 'baselessness' of what he has written. JazakAllah Khair. May Allah highly reward the person taking the time out to answer this very important issue.

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20th January 2013
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Location: London, UK
Bismillahir Rahmaanir Raheem

Al Jawaab Billahit-Tawfeeq

Respected brother/sister

There are sources available to answer each and every point of that very lengthy pdf. Materials such as these are age old and have always been around in different forms. Written, plays, stand up comedy and even movies.

The efforts are as old as the Kuffar of Makkah and Madinah during the noble prophet's lifetime till now and most likely the future too.

If anyone wants the truth and concludes "truth" with this fictional novel then no amount of evidence will suffice for them. If anyone wants the truth 'after' reading this book and then study real sources of history, accounts, Qur'aan and Hadeeth then they will find the truth.

The Ulamaa have found this question impossible to answer as a Q&A page on this web site and find it more suitable as a book. In which case many renowned books on the history of the noble prophet with sources and evidences are already available.

I have added this answer on everyone's behalf. I hope it is useful

And Allah knows best