Imam Suhaib Webb explains to Dean Obeidallah what “sharia” actually means in the Muslim religion.
There are five main things that Sharia law aims to preserve: Life, learning, family, property, and honor.
“As crazy as these questions sound, I would much rather answer them than have people walk around believing them,” said Webb. “Human interactions dismiss fear.”
“It’s an honor to be denounced by ISIS,” said Imam Webb, who frequently engages young Muslims over social media..
An article on Monday (May 9) about a theological battle being fought by Muslim imams and scholars in the West..
“I think that ISIS’s biggest problem with someone like me is that I’m able to show I can live in America as a Muslim, but I can also live in America as an imam…
Notable Press Mention, Lightning Fill in the Blank on NPR
NY Times accidentally stated that Washington Muslim leader Suhaib Webb’s Snapchat handle was Pimpin4Paradise786. His real handle is the much more professional imamsuhaibwebb.
“Nothing like a death threat with a danish and a latte in the morning,” Suhaib Webb told The Daily Beast.
I think we have to realize something, which is that our communities are kind of like what we see in the film “Poverty Inc.” in that they tend to profit from the poor even though they are there to benefit the poor.
Quartz-Imam Suhaib Webb believes he's figured out a way: Snapchat. For the past few months, Webb, a Muslim scholar based in Washington DC.. (Read More)
Mr Webb easily engaged a crowd of over 100 students and families on American Muslim groups and shari’ah religious law.
It is always a pleasure when people take the extra steps to understand each other.
Especially since 9/11, the holy book has been used by anyone and everyone to justify opinions and actions. Watch Broadcast
The refugees to Europe from Kurdistan, Iraq and Syria are fleeing the same ideology that brought terror to Paris and Beirut.
Humbled and honored to be mentioned among 16 Faith Leaders to Watch by Center for American Progress.
Muslims aren’t perfect and the community should stop pretending it is, an American imam told Western University students Friday night.
“In other words, we are being measured and weighed and determined by events that are completely outside of our hands.”
The American Muslim community has actively and repeatedly, day in and day out, rejected such radicals on religious grounds
He wanted to nurture a new generation of American imams and Muslim women scholars — orthodox, but culturally conversant and civically involved — and to educate more casual students about their faith.