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The Muslim Times is promoting universal brotherhood and sisterhood in a world, which is divided by nationalism, religion, race, social class, gender and last but not the least, obfuscation created by illegitimate use of reductionism of science, taking away a wholesome understanding.

Yes, we do stand for gender equality and constantly strive for the Muslim women’s rights.

The Muslim Times is bringing out the urgently needed Separation of Mosque-Church and State in every country of our Global Village.

Sixty different editors of the Muslim Times are collecting the beautiful and the fragrant flowers, created by the international media, into an appealing bouquet every day.

We are promoting Islam for personal and spiritual life and secularism and Western democracy for public life.

We want to applaud the good writings of all the Muslims, the Christians, the Jews, the agnostics and the atheists and others, by sharing them with our readers.

We are also embedding a couple of our important tweets in this page:


The Muslim Times is a non-sectarian publication and has the best collection to overcome sectarian divide among the Muslims.

The Muslim Times presents the peaceful image of Islam and aims to refute Islamophobia on one hand and Islamomania of short sighted Muslim fundamentalists, on the other. It tries to aggregate all positive activities in all the Muslim communities, irrespective of the sect, to bring out what Islam can contribute to our contemporary society, our Global Village.


What is the purpose of our universe? What is the relationship between science and religion? In addition to this and related questions, the Muslim Times frequently examines the roots of the Abrahamic and other faiths and whether they can coexist. All these and many other issues are the focus of the Muslim Times.

The Muslim Times is the place, where you want to be, for it does not indulge in hedonistic pleasures, by avoiding obscene and frivolous.

The Muslim Times is providing a forum, for open and peaceful dialogue between the Muslims and the Christians on one hand and the Muslims and the agnostics and other religions, on the other. It is also catering to a dialogue between the Ahmadi Muslims and moderate non-Ahmadi Muslims, without falling prey to human vulnerability to stereotype and lump everyone, in the opposite camp, in a group together. We want to distinguish between the moderate Muslims from different sects and the extremists.

Over the years, we believe, we have made a wonderful collection to promote the Muslim heritage, secularism, free speech, human rights and women rights and to refute Islamophobia and racism.

Terrorism has to be defeated not only militarily and tactically but also intellectually and theologically and the Muslim Times is doing it for you.



We want to remain humble and keep our voices gentle and our attitude friendly, as the Holy Quran reminds us:

Allah likes not the uttering of unseemly speech in public, except on the part of one who is being wronged. Indeed, Allah is All-Hearing, All-Knowing.  (Al Quran 4:149)

Call unto the way of thy Lord with wisdom and goodly exhortation, and argue with them in a way that is best. Surely, thy Lord knows best who has strayed from His way; and He knows those who are rightly guided.    (Al Quran 16:126)

We may not always rise to all our aspirations, but, we certainly try.

The holy prophet Muhammad, may peace be on him, said that a word of wisdom is the lost property of a believer, he or she accepts it wherever he or she finds it. So, our Muslim readers have no choice but to benefit from whatever useful and correct information we provide, regardless of the religion, race, gender or social status of the author. The pertinent Hadith is the last in this collection of forty Hadiths: Forty Gems of Beauty. We hope that the non-Muslim readers will also find this advice particularly useful.

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Dr. Zia H Shah, Chief Editor of the Muslim Times and author of this article

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Zakaria Virk

Zakaria Virk

Dr. Abdul Alim


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  2. I believe Muslim of Bosnia and Herzegovina, that have 500 years old history, deserve to be also in one of your topic.

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  4. Hello, I have a question. My name is Michael Hemmings. I live in Victoria bc in canada. I am studying the world-wide, so-called ‘golden rule’. I say so-called because it is a poor and limiting term for what is a powerful ethic. I am trying to find the potentially earliest saying of the Muslim version(s) going back to tne Prophet (Blessed be he). I have these two versions:

    1) In the authority of Anas Bin Malik, the servant of the messenger of All, that the prophet said: “None of you ([truely]) believes until he wishes for his brother what he wishes for himself.” https://www.iium.edu.my/deed/hadith/other/hadithnawawi.html#:~:text=Hadith%20%23%2013,what%20he%20wishes%20for%20himself.%22. Hadith 13.
    2) Hadith 32. On the authority of Saad bin Malik Al-Khudari, the messenger of Allah said:

    p “There should be neither harming nor reciprocating harm.” a fine hadith related by Ibn Majah, Al-Daraqutni and others.

    The site. has a few. How far back do they date, and who (if it is known) transmitted them?

    A last question is: when an hadith or other statement uses the term ‘brother’, is it being used as a fellow Muslim?

    Thank you.

  5. Brother in a Hadith may sometimes just mean a fellow Muslim and at others every human being.

    And Muslims may sometimes debate on this issue.

    What you are quoting I would read as every human being.

    The holy Quran and hadith literature has a lot to say about universal brotherhood and sisterhood. But, I do not apologize for the myopic behavior of any Muslim. I apologize for only human being other than myself that is the Prophet Muhammad, may peace be on him.

    Here is a demonstration of universal brotherhood from the holy Quran and else where:



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