Peace and Blessings Be Upon You With the recent events in Charlottesville, this question has crossed the minds of millions of Muslims in America. There is a difference of opinion among learned scholars regarding the permissibility of attending protests. One opinion is that protesting a leader is haraam (forbidden), that we Muslims must remain patient, allow leaders …
As Americans remain shocked of the recent neo-Nazi march in Charlottesville, Virginia, members of the Muslim community were among the early responders, participating in interfaith vigils and promoting a message of unity.
Horrified by the fatalities in Charlottesville white supremacist rally, an American Muslim group has urged Muslims nationwide to host events to meet their neighbors and speak out against racism and xenophobia without dehumanizing and demonizing the other.
US Muslim activists flooded social media with reactions to Virginia’s Saturday’s rally and subsequent scuffles and the deadly attack.