There is no doubt or suspicion whatsoever about this Divine Book of Allah which was revealed to Prophet Muhammad, the Last of all messengers and prophets sent by Allah the Almighty to guide humanity to the Straight Path; the chain of prophets and messengers started with Prophet Adam, father of all mankind and ended with Prophet Muhammad as is well-known by many. The Qur’an, the accuracy of which was attested to by many throughout the ages, is a book of guidance that aims to guide all humanity to what benefits them in this present life as well as the hereafter.
Prophet Muhammad never learned or practiced sorcery. On the contrary, he condemned the practice of sorcery and taught his followers how to seek protection against it.
How can all people be expected to believe in Allah given their varying- backgrounds, societies and cultures?
If the Prophet (peace be upon him) did not like bad smells, why is it that women are not allowed to wear perfume? Shouldn’t women follow the Sunnah as well?
What is a Muslim supposed to do with their non-religious parents? Our advice falls on deaf ears, our constant reminders fail, our actions do not guide them.
We all care and want the best for our friends and family. Like all humans, they are bound to commit sins. How can one advise about a sin if it is visible to them?