Muslim web sites and Comparative Religion

1. Observation: The majority of Muslim pages spells "comparitive" wrongly as "comparative."
(Take it with Humor!)

2. "Comparative" does NOT mean that the actual beliefs are compared, let alone that reference to authentic teaching of each side is made and then reflected upon in thoughtful articles.

In the Islamic context "comparative" means instead , that the Muslims tell the rest of the world what they think about Christianity. Or as Dr. Badawi's site expresses it:

(This is a verbatim quote from the Islamic Information Foundation Home Page For Non Muslims, June 3, 1998)

Overview on responses to link requests.

Have a look at a true Comparative Religion page.

Anti-Christian Material on Islamic Web Sites
Answering Islam Home Page