In the last 15 years there has been a sententious allusion in the market with texts that either abnegate religion and term it as opium of masses or adduce and excerpt god as a malevolent bully at the helm for spilling the blood of innocents. The most important being “The God Delusion” by Richard Dawkins, “The End of the Faith: Religion, Terror and the Future of Reason” by Sam Harris and “God is not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything” by Christopher Hitchens. These texts castigate and criminate religion as one lacking kosher concreteness filled with internecine and pestilential intensity and lacking partisan of common sense, reason and evidence.
Islamophobia, as a concept was first flaunted by Runnymede trust report in 1991 and usually ascertained as “mendacious, gratuitous and cockamamie bête noire of Muslims as followers and Islam as monotheistic religion per se” and there is a surge and billow in Islamophobic related incidents worldwide, particularly in Europe and America.
Jamal Badawi, concludes his propagating claims in his e-mail to Robert Spencer, on February 14 2005, by declaring: "Those who erroneously claimed that all such definitive verses have all been 'abrogated' by what they called 'the verse of the sword' were mistaken and failed to give any definitive evidence of their claims.
We live in a society in which choice is overwhelming, whether it is choice of our mode of life, choice of our beliefs, choice of the country in which we live, choice of our profession or choice of our diet. When we look back to the previous centuries, one thing that has obviously changed is our freedom from social pressure, and how this has changed our mindset.