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Its Name The early Muslims called it al-`Asr. The great scholar of Qur’an, al-Tabari, God have mercy on him, narrates with a sound chain from ‘Ubayd Allah the son of Husayn, “Whenever two of the Prophet’s companions would meet, they would not disperse until they read Surah al-‘Asr.” Also, in most of the books dedicated […]
After returning from Egypt in February, Imam Suhaib Webb shares his experiences and reflections about the peaceful Egyptian Revolution. Please continue to keep the people across the world who are struggling for freedom and human rights in your du`a’ (prayers).
The Surah’s Name The 104th chapter of the Qur’an is called Humaza as well as in most of the books of tafsir. Imam al-Bukhari in his Sahih, as well as some other scholars of tafsir, referred to this chapter with the title, “Woe to every slanderer and backbiter” – the first ayat. The great scholar […]
Islamophobia and You In light of Rep. Peter King’s Hearings on Radicalization and the Muslim Community, Suhaib Webb gave this lecture titled “Islamophobia and You.” This khutbah (sermon) was given at Masjid al-Nur on March 11th, 2011. Podcast: Download (Duration: 28:01 — 67.3MB) Imam Suhaib’s Message about Islamophobia A message from Imam Suhaib Webb for the ‘Islam […]
This panel was a part of 2nd Annual ICNYU Conference held during the first weekend of February at New York University. Panelists included Suhaib Webb, Raymond Brock Murray, Lisa Shah, Will Caldwell, Musa Bryant, Megan Putney, Whitney Terrill, Lisa Shah, Peter Casey, Cyrus McGoldrick , Jay Dabhi and the discussion was facilitated by Khalid Latif. […]
Its Name During the early generations of Mulsim scholars this surah was known as the chapter, “For the constant security of the Quraysh.” ‘Amru the son of Maymun al-Awdawi said, “Umar the son of Khattab led us in the sunset prayer reciting “Have you not taken note of how your Lord dealt with the (soldiers […]
1. When did you start writing poetry? The first time I started writing anything was in college. I would scribble in my notebook about how I didn’t want to be in a certain class (calculus for example). I appreciated poetry before but it was limited to reading. 2. How do you encourage others to experiment […]