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Those who do not believe in Islam can be classified into two groups: 
1. Those who are termed ‘Jahil-e-Muqassir’ (lit. ‘culpable ignorant’). These are non-believers to whom the message of Islam has reached and who have understood its truthfulness. However, they are not prepared to accept the truth due to their obstinacy and stubbornness. This group deserves t...


Based on the hymns of Gatha, the actual nature of Zoroaster is divine; nevertheless, Avesta’s famous teachings show signs of polytheism, making it an undivine faith. These signs have actually been innovated by later Zoroastrians known as the Manis into the faith. Though it is a religion bearing a divine prophet and heavenly roots, it has strayed from its true teachings that stem from reve...



An examination of the religious books of the different religions conclusively proves that the belief in the Promised Mahdi is not exclusive only to the Muslims. Even other religions have this belief as is illustrated:

1) Kitab us Zind the religious book of the Parsis mentions about the end of Injustice and the victory of the righteous as follows:

“Th...


>The theory that Dr. Soroush has presented regarding Islam being the seal of religions and has given rise to doubt in youth is as follows:
The divine religions and ideologies have been changing towards getting more and more comprehensive across the past ages and definitely the reason behind such

ings: 1- Any type of belief in an unseen power, regardless of whether such a belief is right or not:
{لَكُمْ دِينُكُمْ وَلِيَ دِينِ}
2- Divine religions in particular:
{إِنَّ الدِّينَ عِندَ اللهِ الإِسْلاَمُ}
When we use the word “religion”, we are referring to the latter. Divine religions each are of different levels and categories, such as the “nafsu...

When Pharaoh learned that Asiyah, his wife, had embraced Moses' religion, he told her persistently to give up her religion and abandon her God but she never surrendered herself to Pharaoh's demand. Finally, Pharaoh ordered his men to tie her up under the scorching sun and put a heavy stone on her chest until she died there.
Asiya's grave is in Egypt. 1a As for...


The term “Magus” which is used to denote the Zoroastrians in Arabic, derives from “Magoosh” or “Magoo” of the ancient Persian language. (The word Magic comes from this term). After entering the Arabic language, it changed to Magus. Zoroastrianism, which is the religion of the Magi, is related to the Torah and Bible. The Bible doesn’t directly mention th...