Two Ramadhans ago, I set out to become a better Muslim. Two Ramadhans ago, I found peace in the most unexpected of places.
This post details my primary concerns with Islam and Ahmadiyyat in the form of a message to my family
Performing a quantitative assessment of the Ahmadiyya community's claim of being the "True Islam"
Sharing my appearance on The Conviction Project, a podcast ran by the Ahmadiyya community
Excited to share an interview which I did with my friend, talking through what it means to challenge one’s beliefs and eventually finding an identify which is authentic to one’s self
The oft-cited expression that life is about the journey not the destination, feels particularly true in the context of this week’s interview.
While travelling home from one of my learning adventures in Arizona, I had the good fortune to be seated next to an engaging, funny and compassionate young man named Aadil. We chatted the whole flight, and by the time we landed I felt we had gained a friend.
Over the past several months, we have kept in touch and I have been continually inspired by his life’s journey – one of deep bravery, introspection and transformation. We are lucky to have Aadil share some of his story with us in this week’s podcast.
Aadil grew up in an orthodox religious household. After going on a quest to deepen his faith, he came out the other side questioning it more than ever, eventually deciding to leave Islam.
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This post details the reception which I have received after publicizing my departure from Islam
This post is a critical look into the divinity claims regarding the Holy Quran, using source material in conjunction with contemporary research to investigate such claims.
Extending a warm welcome to any visitor that has landed upon my website