Posts Tagged ‘Douglas Kelly’

Adventures of a Revert in the South

By Douglas Kelly As a relatively recent revert to Islam, I still consider myself in the infancy of my deen (religion), and therefore look at the world with a very idealistic eye.  An eye which, like an infant, may not know much, but knows hot from cold, wet from dry, loud from quiet and clean […]

We Don’t Go to Bars, Why Do We Go to Banks? (Part II)

By Douglas Kelly Part I | Part II You don’t have to be a scholar or an economist to see that usury was at the heart of the global financial crisis.  Everybody wants a “guaranteed” return on his or her money, but Allah (swt) is the only One who can guarantee anything.  The world’s greed for […]