Tag: Sufism

Is Islam Really Seeking World Domination?

Is Islam Really Seeking World Domination?

| April 18, 2013 | 2 Comments

This blog was sparked by a graphic that has been circulating on Facebook, asking the simple question—is coexistence possible with Islam. . .or is it a religion bent on world domination? I read the Qur’an a number of years ago trying to establish some form of context for what I was being told about it […]

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Why are Sufis Islam’s Most Deviant Heretics?

Why are Sufis Islam’s Most Deviant Heretics?

| April 9, 2013 | 4 Comments

For Sufis, there’s a thin veil between the world of man and the natural world, and it is our work to lift that veil. In that, we follow the Hermetic tradition of “as above, so below,” — something shared with Jewish mysticism. It’s our belief that the cosmic order of the heavens can be found in the smallest […]

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A Response to a Robert Reilly Interview

A Response to a Robert Reilly Interview

| August 18, 2010 | 0 Comments

  The Closing of the Muslim Mind What Went Wrong and What Can be Done?   While currently reading Robert Reilly’s The Closing of the Muslim Mind: How Intellectual Suicide Created the Modern Islamist Crisis, a book I highly recommend, I received an email from a Qudosi Chronicles reader asking my opinion on a recent […]

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Dueling Ad Campaigns Leave Muslim Apostates in the Crossfire

Dueling Ad Campaigns Leave Muslim Apostates in the Crossfire

| June 22, 2010 | 0 Comments

Dueling Ad Campaigns On Islam Dangerously Drag Muslim Apostates into a Very Real Cross-Fire.   From Hudson-NY Upon Obama’s succession, the majority of the public believed that tensions between Muslim and non-Muslims were a thing of the past.  Since his election, Obama has already appointed a U.S. envoy to the Muslim world, pulled an unknown […]

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Sufi Muslims: Islam’s Eco Guardians

Sufi Muslims: Islam’s Eco Guardians

| October 29, 2009 | 0 Comments

Originally Featured on the  Green Prophet Sufism is the undiscovered sect within Islam known only through its most famous disciple, the 13thRumi whose work reflected strong themes pairing nature and spirituality. century philosopher poet Sufis, “heirs of a mystical ancient tradition”, helped propagate the faith to the height of its expansion in Islam’s coined “Golden […]

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