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Most Common Question About Islam

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  1. Why is a man allowed to have more than one wife in Islam? i.e. why is polygamy allowed in Islam?For answer click here 
  2. If a man is allowed to have more than one wife, then why does Islam prohibit a woman from having more than one husband?For answer click here
  3. Why does Islam degrade women by keeping them behind the veil?For answer click here
  4. How can Islam be called the religion of peace when it was spread by the sword?For answer click here
  5. Why are most of the Muslims fundamentalists and terrorists?For answer click here
  6. Killing an animal is a ruthless act.Why then do Muslims consume non vegetarian food?For answer click here
  7. Why do Muslims slaughter the animal in a ruthless manner by torturing it and slowly and painfully killing it?For answer click here
  8. Science tell us that whatever one eats, it has an effect on one’s behavior. Why then, does Islam allow Muslims to eat non-vegetarian food, since eating of animals could make a person violent and ferocious?For answer click here
  9. When Islam is against idol worship why do the Muslims worship, and bow down to the Kaaba in their prayer?For answer click here
  10. Why are non-Muslims not allowed in the Holy cities of Makkah and Madinah?For answer click here
  11. Why is the eating of pork forbidden in Islam?For answer click here
  12. Why is the consumption of alcohol prohibited in Islam?For answer click here
  13. Why are two witnesses who are women, equivalent to only one witness who is a man?For answer click here
  14. Under Islamic law, why is a woman’s share of the inherited wealth only half that of a man?For answer click here
  15. How can you prove that the Qur'an is the word of God?For answer click here
  16. How can you prove the existence of hereafter, i.e. life after death?For answer click here
  17. When all the Muslim follow one and the same Qur’an then why are there so many sects and different schools of thoughts among Muslims?For answer click here
  18. All religions basically teach followers to do good deeds. Why should a person only follow Islam? Can he not follow any of the religions?For answer click here
  19. If Islam is the best religion, why are many of the Muslims dishonest, unreliable, and involved in activities such as cheating, bribing, dealing in drugs, etc.?For answer click here
  20. Why do Muslims abuse non-Muslims by calling them Kafirs?For answer click here
  21. What is the difference between the Shias People and the Sunnis?For answer click here
  22. Who is better and more knowledgeable – Abu Bakr and ‘Umar, or ‘Ali? 


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