attack | About Islam
Home > Tag: attack

Tag: attack

When Terror Strikes- 3 Tips For Standing Up Again

When Terror Strikes: 3 Tips For Standing Up Again

The days and weeks following a terrorist attack will rattle you to your very core. That is a given. However, for some new Muslims, it can cause them to question their faith or otherwise diminish their state of Islam. In both of these instances, it means that the terrorist has won. And that should never happen.

While the Dust is Settling in New Zealand

While the Dust is Settling in New Zealand

While the dust is settling in the aftermath of shootings at two mosques in New Zealand, some rather bigger and more consequential truths and dimensions start emerging. Undoubtedly, the killed brothers and sisters are global heroes. They are also…

Strasbourg Attack: Muslim Left in Coma Dies

STRASBOURG – A French Muslim man passed away on Thursday, December 13, two days after being shot and left in coma by a gunman at a Strasbourg’s Christmas market on the evening of December 11, EuroNews reported. “My brother Kamal is a 45-year-old mechanic who has three children. He hass lived in France for 18 …

Imams Condemn Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting (Posts)

Imams Condemn Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting (Posts)

According to the Prophet’s Companions, a funeral passed by the Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings upon him) and he stood up.  It was said to him, “It is a Jew.” The Prophet said, “Is it not a soul?” (Bukhari and Muslim) He believed that every life is precious. Imams Condemn Pittsburgh Shooting Many Imams and scholars …

Veiled Muslim

1 in 4 Veiled Muslim Women Attacked in NY Subway: Survey

NEW YORK – The Commission on Human Rights of New York, USA, has found that Muslims beside other religious minorities of the city have experienced widespread bias, discrimination, harassment and assaults in recent years. “27% of veiled Muslim Arab women said they have been pushed on a subway platform,” a survey conducted by the commission and …

Imams Condemn Sinai Attack, Pray for Victims

Imams Condemn Sinai Attack, Pray for Victims

We live in times where we see many humans, but not enough humanity. Described as the deadliest attack in Egypt’s modern history, militants killed at least 235 people at Al-Rawdah Mosque in North Sinai and injuring at least 130 others. Ambulances were shot at as they tried to save victims. Numbers are still rising. The …

Minnesota's Mosque Bombing: Support Beyond Words

Speaking of the homemade bomb exploding at the six-year-old Dar Al Farooq (DAF) Community Center in Bloomington, Minnesota, Governor Mark Dayton said that this was “A terribly, dastardly, cowardly, terrible act… It’s an act of terrorism.”

find out more!