Anti-Christian* Material on Islamic Web Sites

Christian responses to some of the main writers in Muslim cyberspace

Muslim web sites in response to Christian Sites & our comments

Reflections on The Use of Atheist Material by Muslims

Further Material


  • Bible FAQ (still available widely though the author himself gave up on it)
  • Christian Missionary's Thinking Questions for the Muslim & Think Again!
  • Muslim Christian Dialog (What a fake!)
  • Discover the Muslim definition of "comparative" at

  • Macksood Aftab's Comparative Religion Page with a Challenge to Christendom & comments
  • Syed Yusuf's Islam page ("Islam and comparative religion" section; moved here) & comments
  • Comparative Religions - Muslims-Christians-Jews
  • Islam compared to Judaism and Christianity
  • Islam Compared to other Religions
  • Comparitive Religion
  • Comparative Studies: [1], [2]
  • Comparitive Religion
  • Comparitive Religion
  • Comparative Religion
  • Comparitive Religion at the Islamic Informaiton Office [sic]
  • Comparative Religions
  • Comparative Religion
  • Comparative Religion
  • Comparative Religion
  • Comparitive Religion
  • More honest titles are given to these pages:

  • Islamic View on other Religions
  • Islam and other religions
  • Islam and Christianity
  • In all the above, the word "and" still seems to be a typo. It is only Islam and Islamic opinions about others.

  • Some Thoughts on Other Religions
  • Islam Answers the World
  • Explore Islam
  • On the Trinity
  • ISLAMICS & comments
  • Debate Material
  • Investigating Islam & comments
  • World's Greatest Religions (a relatively friendly site)
  • World Islamic Propagation Establishment
  • About Al-Islam and Muslims and lots of "info" about Christianity...
  • Early Christianity and Islam
  • The Official Non-Muslim's Home Page & Comparative Religion @ Al-Maktabah as-Salafiyyah
  • Ahmad Deedat and others on Christianity and Judaism
  • Ahmed Deedat - Hear his voice: [1], [2]
  • Christianity
  • Jews and Christians are unbelievers: [1], [2]
  • Questions about Islam & comments
  • Evidences from the Bible and Torah of the Prophecies
  • An unbiased(!) comparison
  • City of Truth (The Khalifite version) (see "Books" section and other parts of the site)
  • Islamic Awareness
  • Islam and Christianity in the Bible
  • The Islamic Page
  • Islam, Christianity and Science
  • IslamChannel
  • The Bible requires acceptance of Islam
  • Alharamain Foundation & our response
  • Insight to Religions
  • All About the Bible!
  • Who is our Savior
  • The Bible
  • Islam 2000
  • IHLAS' Web page on Islam ([1], [2])
  • MSA of SIU
  • MSA at Oregon State
  • Islam and other religions
  • Ahmadiyya pages about Christianity:

  • Christianity: A Journey from Facts to Fictions
  • Invitation to Christians to join the Ahmadiyya
  • Comparative Religions - A Survey of Major Faiths
  • More: [1], ...
  • Special topic:

    Many of the above listed Muslim web pages carry the book "Women in Islam versus Women in the Judaeo-Christian Tradition" ([1], [2], [3], [4], and MANY more). Yet the question is not who is the loudest and trying to be "omnipresent" on the net. We have to ask: Is it true? Here a different perspective on "Women in Islam" as well as a comprehensive overview on websites carrying material on this issue.

  • Christian Missionaries Sweeping the Islamic World (The Islamic Paranoia Page) If only we would have as much impact as he believes Christians have.
  • Some responses to "A GUIDE TO MISSIONARY TACTICS" and related accusations: [1], [2], [3]
  • Principles in Dawah: [*], [*], [*], [*], [*], [*], [*], [*], [*], [*], [*], [*, *]

  • Please let us know if you find more sites with further material giving the Muslim perspective on any aspect of Christianity by sending us page title and URL. We are adding new material constantly as it comes to our attention. We want to be as comprehensive as possible and serve this way the Muslim and Christian community in the interest of seeking the truth.

    * We know that most of the above material is not intentionally malicious. These Muslims probably have the deep conviction that what they write is correct and it is necessary to attack the Bible and the Christian faith in order to warn others of this "falsehood". But after discussion with several of them and pointing out the factual mistakes to them [not questions of interpretation on which we might legitimately differ] and they continue to distribute without correction what they know is wrong, then it becomes malicious. Yet even when it is not with malicious intention, most of it is nevertheless in fact against Christianity and hence "anti-Christian". Therefore this is an appropriate title but we want to emphasize that this does not imply any judgment on the integrity of a particular Muslim whose writings are linked, or even responded to in articles on our site.

    General Islamic sites
    Answering Islam Home Page