This phrase if contemplated with understanding and some awareness of history, may open doors of understanding to certain readers.
“Islam is the religion of nature.
Islam, the religion of nature, confirms the Divinely ordained nature of the unity and harmony of the created world, not just the entities but their inter-relatedness.
The air is poisoned. Its temperature rising to end the balance of nature.
The sea is poisoned. This week we were told that in 50 years the oceans will be voided of all fish.
The earth is poisoned. Polluted, toxic and barren.
…Islam is neither culture nor civilisation, these are its healthy by-products…. on radical Islam well as far as I am concerned, “radical Islam” or ” Islamic terrorist” is a contradiction in terms.
It is not possible to be a true Muslim and simultaneously a violent terrorist. The Prophet Muhammad, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, said that a Muslim is the one from whose tongue and whose hand you are safe.
It is absolutely necessary to scrutinise the terminology and words we use: As you must be well aware of a certain fact , “spectrum of radicalization” is not an Islamic concept. It is a concept which is alien to Islam and the existence view of Muslims.
The Qur’an does not talk of “moderates” and “radicals”, but of “muminun” (belivers) and “kafirun” (those who cover up the truth e.g. disbelivers) – of those who accept and those who reject divine guidance.
The term “radicalization” derives from the word “radical” which used to refer to the root or source of a matter, but which is now usually used to identify some form or other of extremism.
It is usually the concept or label used by those who wish to target or isolate specific groups, whether Muslims or non-Muslims, who are perceived as imagined or potential threats to the currently dominant status quo which endorses and supports the disguised, unelected and therefore undeniably undemocratic, ruling banking elite, the 200 or 300 or so families who control 90% of the world’s wealth.”
– by “Celt Islam” British Electro DJ, and Islamic writer. paraphrasing Dr. Ian Dallas al-Sufi.