Islam Today

Rebuilding the nation

Rebuilding the nation

Taking hostage is un-Islamic

Taking hostage is un-Islamic

Religion of Peace

 Maulana Wahiduddin Khan I Times of India I 12th December 2008 

The big question on everyone's mind is how to solve the problem of terrorism. On the one hand, the authorities are trying to crush the terror menace through legal action; and on the other hand, reformers are trying to curb it by engaging in condemnation. However, both of these methods are, apparently, proving to be ineffective. Then what is the solution?

In the name of God

 Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | Sunday Chronicle | 16th September 2012

Violent acts of extremism in the name of Islam will destroy Muslims too. Peace-loving, liberal Muslims feel the need of the hour is to voice their protests and make it clear that the community will not accept terrorists into its fold

Thirteen is an unlucky number. And rightfully so for these 13 foolish, misguided youth arrested for alleged terror links. 

Islam is a belief,not a geographical phenomenon

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | Mumbai Mirror I Page 6 |12 August 2012

Noted Islamic scholar and peace activist Maulana Wahiduddin Khan speaks to Jyoti Punwani about the issues agitating the community and the way forward

What is your analysis of the Assam violence

Guns and Bombs are No Option in Islam

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan I India Today | March 2011 | Page 30

Islam Believes In Freedom

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | India Today | January 2011 | Page 30

Babri Masjid Revisited

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan |  The Speaking Tree | TOI | October 12, 2010

The Babri masjid was built in 1528 at Ayodhya by Mir Baqi, the governor of Ayodhya at the time. He built it adjacent to the Ram chabutra, which is held sacred by the Hindus. This was a clear deviation from the Islamic principle. According to Islam, the places of worship of two religions should be built at a considerable distance from each other.

Freedom of Expression in Islam

Islam greatly believes in freedom of expression. As such blasphemy in Islam is a subject of intellectual discussion rather than a subject of physical punishment.