“Islam is like a tsunami – see if you can stop it.” – Khalid Yasin
“One squeeze in the grave will make you regret every morning in your life that you didn’t wake up for Fajr. Please be strong enough to give 5 minutes of your sleep time to your Lord who gave you all the uncountable blessings you have. Fajr is for soldiers.” – Khalid Yasin
“The character of the Muslim is the most important part of the Muslim and we have to keep this in our minds; the inside of a Muslim is his iman and his knowledge, but the outside it is his character that the world will see.” – Khalid Yasin
“When you know about people you can be sensitive to their problems.” – Khalid Yasin
“The Muslim must be a leader.” – Khalid Yasin
“When Nikahs become expensive, Zina becomes cheap, so keep weddings as simple and affordable as possible.” – Khalid Yasin
By: Dr. M. Nazir Khan
The recent surge in negative sentiments towards Islam and Muslims has resulted in many attempts to depict the religion as inherently violent. This has also resulted in absurd accusations against the Qur’an. What are the five most frequently misquoted passages in the Qur’an? Do accusations of violence stand up to academic scrutiny, or are the verses being distorted to suggest the opposite of what they actually say?
Religion has always been a convenient scapegoat for violence. Genocidal maniacs and extremists throughout history have frequently invoked religion to grant cosmic significance to their earthly conflicts. The political conflicts, brutal dictatorships, and warfare involving Muslim countries in recent decades have lead to the emergence of modern extremist groups attempting to justify violence in the name of Islam. Chaos, instability and prolonged warfare create a political vacuum where power-hungry groups vie for control. Such groups will raise whatever banner draws support for their cause, whether it be the banner of ethnic identity, cultural identity, nationalism, 0r a particular ideological or religious identity.
By: Imam Tahir Anwar
Boycott interest. Boycott alcohol. Boycott Haram relationships. Boycott mortgages. Boycott haram earnings. Boycott spousal abuse. Boycott doubtful food. Boycott extravagant weddings. Boycott backbiting. Boycott missing prayers. Boycott disobedience of parents. Boycott nationalism. Boycott all forms of Haram.
‘Indeed, Allah will not change the condition of a people until they change what is in themselves.’ 13:11
(inspired by Sh A. Raheem)