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Accepting Black Muslims in Americas Islamic Community

5 Duties US Muslim Community Owe Black Muslims

Immigrant Islam as we know it today would not have existed had it not been for the civil rights movement. By 1965, the Immigration Act was introduced and abolished the then racist quotas and allowed, for the first time, immigration from Asia and Africa. You must know that part of history… if you are an …

Muslims, Islamophobia and Social Reform

Muslims, Islamophobia and Social Reform

The way to combat Islamophobia is for Muslims to go beyond their isolation within their communities and local issues, and contribute to the moral reform of society itself and the wider cause of social justice. In this video, Dr. Jasser Auda explains why it is important for Muslims to adjust their strategies and become part of …

Imams & Community Leaders Mourn Dr. Sulayman Nyang

Imams & Community Leaders Mourn US Intellectual Dr. Sulayman Nyang

To Allah we belong and to Him is our return. Scholars, Imams and community leaders offer their deepest condolences to the family of Dr. Sulayman Nyang, Intellectual and Islamic thought professor in America. The Muslim community mourns and celebrates the extraordinary life of this remarkable man who devoted his life to understanding of Islam in …

Challenges for Muslims in the West... Will Our Grandchildren Be Muslim?

Will Our Grandchildren Be Muslim? - Dr. Altaf Husain

In view of the enormous challenges facing Islam and Muslims in the US and in the West in general, this question is fully justified. The question is meant to provoke thinking and to prompt work and effort. What are the hardships that threaten the future Islamic existence? What are the challenges that our grandchildren will …

First Step to Guard Your Faith in Campus

First Step to Guard Your Faith in Campus

Concerned about your faith in campus? In this video, Imam Hussein Kamani addresses freshmen on how to ground themselves after leaving the ever watchful environment they have been raised in. How can the youth protect their faith and overcome the may new temptations? Here, Imam Kamani gives valuable advice; never compromise your Salah. Prayer is very important in the …

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 …

Why America Needs Ramadan Lifestyle

Why America Needs Ramadan Lifestyle

I think it is about time that American Muslims  and Muslim minorities in general flip the script and change the narrative about our values, religion, and existence in the western hemisphere. It’s about time that we stop being apologetic and defensive, but in return highlight why the world cannot function well without us and without …

Black History Month Ends... Imams Cherish Black Legacy

Black History Month Ends... Imams Cherish Black Legacy

At the end of the Black History Month, we explore here some insights of Muslim Imams about the occasion. Islam teaches us that there is no room for racism. The diversity of languages and colors of human beings is a sign of Allah’s majesty. It offers us an opportunity to practice humbleness, to cherish equality and to …

Suhaib Webb: What Makes a Muslim Leader

Suhaib Webb: What Makes a Muslim Leader

What does the ideal Muslim leader look like? When does a leader take initiative and when is it better to take the back seat? How does one continue work in the midst of burnout? Why should Muslim youth invest in developing their skills and talents? Why is it especially important at this time? Join Imam …

Imams & Scholars React to the #MuslimBan

Imams & Scholars React to the #MuslimBan

Muslim scholars and Imams participated in protesting the recent executive order by Donald Trump that bans travelers from a number of Muslim countries to enter the US. They expressed dismay at the decision and encouraged Muslims to be patient and proactive in dealing with the challenges they are facing. Below are some reactions towards the …



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