Yes, we do stand for gender equality and constantly strive for the Muslim women’s rights.
The Muslim Times is bringing out the urgently needed Separation of Mosque-Church and State in every country of our Global Village.
Sixty different editors of the Muslim Times are collecting the beautiful and the fragrant flowers, created by the international media, into an appealing bouquet every day.
We are promoting Islam for personal and spiritual life and secularism and Western democracy for public life.
We want to applaud the good writings of all the Muslims, the Christians, the Jews, the agnostics and the atheists and others, by sharing them with our readers.
We are also embedding a couple of our important tweets in this page:
The Muslim Times is a non-sectarian publication and has the best collection to overcome sectarian divide among the Muslims.
The Muslim Times presents the peaceful image of Islam and aims to refute Islamophobia on one hand and Islamomania of short sighted Muslim fundamentalists, on the other. It tries to aggregate all positive activities in all the Muslim communities, irrespective of the sect, to bring out what Islam can contribute to our contemporary society, our Global Village.
What is the purpose of our universe? What is the relationship between science and religion? In addition to this and related questions, the Muslim Times frequently examines the roots of the Abrahamic and other faiths and whether they can coexist. All these and many other issues are the focus of the Muslim Times.
The Muslim Times is the place, where you want to be, for it does not indulge in hedonistic pleasures, by avoiding obscene and frivolous.
The Muslim Times is providing a forum, for open and peaceful dialogue between the Muslims and the Christians on one hand and the Muslims and the agnostics and other religions, on the other. It is also catering to a dialogue between the Ahmadi Muslims and moderate non-Ahmadi Muslims, without falling prey to human vulnerability to stereotype and lump everyone, in the opposite camp, in a group together. We want to distinguish between the moderate Muslims from different sects and the extremists.