Islamophobia and You In light of Rep. Peter King’s Hearings on Radicalization and the Muslim Community, Suhaib Webb gave this lecture titled “Islamophobia and You.” This khutbah (sermon) was given at Masjid al-Nur on March 11th, 2011. Podcast: Download (Duration: 28:01 — 67.3MB) Imam Suhaib’s Message about Islamophobia A message from Imam Suhaib Webb for the ‘Islam [...]
Islam and the Internet Series: Intro | Part I | Part II | Part III | Part IV | Part V | Part VI | Part VII Food is a necessity in life. But keep over-eating (irrespective of nutritional value), and you can become overweight and obese. Eat unhealthy, fatty foods, and you get high cholesterol, high blood [...]
What does is it mean to be ‘rabbaani’ or godly? We find the concept of rabbaaniyya mentioned in the Qur’an in Surah Ali-Imran: “It is not for a human [prophet] that Allah should give him the Scripture and authority and prophethood and then he would say to the people, ‘Be servants to me rather than Allah,’ but [instead, he would [...]
Written by Hoda Emneina, Omar Kelani, Mohammed Kelani, Duaa Kelani Tunisia, the spark. Egypt, the flame. The fire that has been spreading across North Africa and the Middle East has left leaders in the west in a state of shock and panic. Many Libyans living abroad have been desperately waiting for the trigger that would [...]
Only a few short weeks ago, the view outside of my window was awash in riveting color. A vivid blue sky framed a dazzling foreground of yellow-gold trees; the wispy outlines of the Rocky Mountains loomed in the distance. The airy blueness of the sky, the fiery brightness of the leaves, and the solid, imperturbable presence of the mountains—beauty so striking, I remember thinking that I had seen paintings which looked more realistic.
Lecture by Khalid Latif