God Alone

"...O people of the Book, let us come to a common understanding between us and between you; that 1) we serve none except God, and 2) that we do not set up anything with Him, and 3) that none of us takes each other as patrons besides God...." (Qur'an 3:64)

This website has been created for all people who have a desire to allow God into their lives and follow His path alone...

This website invites all people of various beliefs (Sunni, Shia, Christian, Jewish, Buddhist, Hindu, Bahai, Agnostic, Humanist, and even Atheists) to come and examine for themselves the system of Submission/Islam which is based on God Alone.

Many of you may outwardly be content with your current faith or that which you inherited from your parents and community...but to some out there, there will always be a tugging at the back of their mind that 'there is something more', and that 'some things don't always make sense'...

If you are one of those people, then open your eyes, put on your thinking cap, and welcome to an open examination of the system of Submission/Islam which very few know about...

Recent News

Answering the Doubters of the Qur'an

In browsing through a number of Islamicly affiliated sites, I came across one that has a “Combat Kit To Use Against the ‘Quran Only’ Muslims” as its title.
 
The views such paper represents is not uncommon amongst the Hadith followers who can never be satisfied with the concept of worshipping God Alone and will go to great length to place their invented idols alongside God (denying His very words). This paper is a response to such arguments:
 
1. Quran Only Muslims?
 

Oxford Islamic Reform Conference (June 2010)

This is to document my findings and experience during the Oxford conference on Islamic Reform.
 
To Attend or Not?
 
This was the key question that was going around in my mind when Edip first announced the plans to hold a conference in Oxford some months back. There had already been two conferences held before for the Islamic Reform movement, the first being in Atlanta in 2008, and the second being in Kazakhstan in 2009.
 
I had watched parts of the Atlanta conference via webcam - and the negative media coverage that had followed the program (the Atlanta conference was announced under the provocative name “Muslim Heretics”) made me appreciate not attending.
 
By the time the second conference was announced, I realized that I had a personal responsibility to participate, especially since I have been claiming for the last 13 years to be an advocate of God Alone!