A group of academics, scholars,
and social activists have launched MuslimsDebate.com with the
sole intention of discussing and widely disseminating thought provoking and
controversially political and social issues i.e. democracy, religion, gender
equality, the role of the Sharia or Islamic Law, and lives of Muslim immigrants
in western countries.
Our panel of experts bring their
own unique expertise and present new insights and fresh perspectives.
Hundreds of years of cultural
decline coupled with widespread illiteracy have widened the gap between the
current reality that the Islamic world exhibits today and modernity.
The absence of dialogue, or even
in common terms of reference, an absence in conducting a dialogue to bridge the
gap between traditional Islam and modernity has further rendered the two worlds
Muslims Debate is a
cohesive community that welcomes freedom of thought and expression; we invite
everyone to take part in a genuine forum of discussion and debate.
Two minds are better than one, and
we ask that everyone joins us in this collective effort.
The website has been launched to
engage everyone and give everyone an equal opportunity to talk about
socio-political and socio-religious problems constructively.
The only requirements are that you
remain open to new ways of looking at old problems.
The key is to propose new
solutions to old issues.
Our mission is to remain open to
what works. The ideal of a free and democratic society is a reasonable one, but
one that cannot be attained unless everyone joins us in our collective effort to
bring about solidarity, love, and peace.
Our hopes and aspirations are to
create and maintain a balanced perspective with respect to developments of all
kinds taking place in our global community.
We propose to monitor active
websites, blogs, comments, and videos to give our users a more informed and
different view of the world.
We welcome a diversity of
is an informative website and is not affiliated with any political creed.
Peace, Democracy and Human Rights.
expressed here are not representing those of the Muslims Debate .
Being a member
it does not mean you support any views expressed at Muslims Debate