The Impending Attack on Syrian Chemical Weapon Sites

Posted by on Aug 25, 2013 in Blog

The Impending Attack on Syrian Chemical Weapon Sites

The US and UK are about to attack Syria. By now we have all heard that America wants to do something about the Syrian situation. There are a few points to keep in mind about the whole situation. 1. America does not care about Muslims dying in Syria. If anything their logic so far has been beyond sane human understanding. It goes something like this. To Bashar Al Assad they have said: You can kill as many people as you want,  but you cannot use Chemical Weapons to kill them. That would be a red line. Regardless, the Syrian Army has crossed this line before. This time however, social media has...

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Our Scholars

Posted by on Aug 23, 2013 in Blog

Our Scholars

It is with great sadness we read about Imam Halawa’s children being detained by the Egyptian police. We pray for their quick release. May Allah keep them safe. A few points can be made in context of these arrests. Our Shayookh should now realize that the most severe difficulty and problem facing the Ummah is not their ignorance of how to pray, doing ablution or fiqh issues of fasting in Ramadhan. Think of the hearts of those Muslims who for decades have had their loved ones kidnapped, arrested, imprisoned, tortured, raped and even killed by the very state agencies that are meant to...

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Freedom of Speech and Irish Newspapers

Posted by on Aug 20, 2013 in Blog

Freedom of Speech and Irish Newspapers

The call for Islam continues to grow across the Muslim world and in particular the desire by many for a return of the Caliphate. As we watch the current bloodshed by American backed General Sisi and his supporters in Egypt, we are also seeing an interesting pattern in the world of news reporting. This pattern is called “Censorship”. Anything and everything to do with the Islamic Caliphate is actively being censored. At the time of the Prophet saw, the Kuffar employed similar techniques. Initially they tried to match the message of Islam with their own mythological tales. Once...

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Eid Mubarak everyone

Posted by on Aug 7, 2013 in Blog

Eid Mubarak everyone

So the new moon for Shawal has been sighted in Indonesia on the evening of 7th August 2013. We will miss you Ramadhan… Till next time inshaAllah Eid Mubarak to all Muslims across the world!!! InshaAllah we move towards better times and soon we shall see an Eid under the shade of Allah swt on Earth itself…...

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Prince Khalid Bin Farhan Al-Saud has announced his defection from Al Saud

Posted by on Jul 29, 2013 in Blog

Prince Khalid Bin Farhan Al-Saud has announced his defection from Al Saud

Prince Khalid Bin Farhan Al-Saud has announced his defection from Al Saud royal family through a statement, calling on other princes to break their silence and reveal the truth for sake of God. In his statement on Saturday, the Saudi prince referred to his ‘sufferings’ under reign of Al Saud regime describing them as bitter experiences that will be revealed by the Saudi twitter writer Mujtahid and Saudi activist Saad al-Faqih, who is currently living in London. He said he thanked God that helped him understand the truth about Saudi regime through a “direct horrible personal experience” so...

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Reflections on the Fate of Political Islam: A Reply To Zaid Shakir

Posted by on Jul 28, 2013 in Blog

Reflections on the Fate of Political Islam: A Reply To Zaid Shakir

Posting an article written by Reza Pankhurst. (A reply to Zaid Shakir’s Al-Jazeera English article “The Egyptian Coup and the Fate of Political Islam”) The military coup against the Muslim Brotherhood backed Morsi administration has seen a revival of the “failure of Political Islam” thesis, even though the events in Egypt along with the latest massacre of protesters more vividly demonstrate the failure of the liberal-secular trend which has historically allied itself with dictatorship in the Middle East. Hardly original, “Political Islam” has been declared dead or dying numerous times – most...

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