The Quran’s first chapter, the Opener represents a gateway to a purpose driven life, rooted in learning, faith, worship, and character. In this first reflection, Suhaib Webb helps us enter into a relationship with this chapter that helps us start a relationship with faith and scripture.
In this week’s Friday sermon, I addressed some lessons we derive from rain, why standing up for the undocumented is important, and an Islamic position on gun control?
Professional challenges, as well as a toxic religious environment, compelled al-Ghazzali to write his most famous work. How would he react to today’s life?
An interpretation that shows their inadequacy in understanding religious texts, their strange attitude towards women and their failure to read.
Some parents asked me how they can talk with their teens who claim to be atheist. Here are a few pointers that may help.
We ran for office across the country and won, mashallah
Listen to Suhaib Webb discuss the challenges of being Muslim in America.