Posts Tagged ‘Justice’

Stand for Gaza [Video]

Imam John “Yahya” Ederer explains the history of Zionism, its effect and its propaganda machine. He says the tide is turning, and it is time to act and stand for justice. Stopping the Evil of Zionism – What We Can Do

Website Blackout: #LiftTheSiege

On Friday, July 18, SuhaibWebb.com joined a host of other Muslim websites in an online blackout in support of Gaza. Our press release, explaining the online protest, is below. – Prominent American-Muslim Websites Initiate Online Blackout Internet Protest to Call Attention to Humanitarian Crisis in Gaza (7/18/2014) – Today, five of the largest American-Muslim websites […]

Write a Revolution: Support Syria!

The Federation of Student Islamic Societies (FOSIS) has started a new campaign to aid our brothers and sisters in Syria: SOS Syria. The first project in this campaign is ‘Write a Revolution‘ – a writing competition, open worldwide, to raise money for Syria. ‘Write for Revolution’ aims to revive and reinvigorate the Muslim youth to cultivate […]

Oppression and the Scales of Justice

Ali Shareef From eastern Congo with the rapes of hundreds of women to bombs that kill dozens in Pakistan and Afghanistan; from the raging drug battles in Mexico to the attacks on Sept. 11 ten years ago, or the other uncountable acts of violence that occur all over the world, the specter of oppression and […]

Dispatches from #OccupySF [Updated 12/4/11]

Davi Barker will be sharing his thoughts and experiences from #OccupySF. We invite readers to share their own experiences from similar #Occupy movements across the country. 12/2/2011 It’s time to acknowledge that the Occupy movement began as an anarchist movement. Adbusters, the magazine that started the ball rolling, describes itself as “anti-consumerist,” but it’s arguably […]

How to Help the Irvine 11

On February 8, 2010, in the immediate the aftermath of Operation Cast Lead where more than 1,400 Gazans were massacred, 11 students were arrested after peacefully protesting Israeli Ambassador Michael Oren’s speech at the University of California, Irvine. Ten of the 11 students are currently facing a criminal trial, which ends with closing arguments this […]

NOUR: Where There Is Injustice, You Will Find Justice

WebbStaff Note: This is part of a series of posts entitled “Muslims Making a Difference,” featuring Muslims benefiting society at different levels. To nominate someone to be profiled, please email their name, contact info and bio to: submissions[at]suhaibwebb[dot]com. Muslims Making a Difference: I | II | III | IV | V | VI | VII | VIII | IX | X | XI | XII By Hafeeza Kelli Yasmin […]

Message from Cairo – Imam Suhaib Webb

BismilLah al-Rahman al-Raheem | In the name of God, the Most Beneficent, the Most Merciful. Dear brothers and sisters in humanity, I write to you from the honorable city of Cairo. Cairo is a city where, from one block to another, you will encounter thousands of years of history. The city is now witnessing another historic […]

Palestine: an Unspeakable Tragedy and the Condition of Our Ummah

I think there’s a place in the human mind where we hide when there’s nowhere left to go. And perhaps there’s a part of the human heart where we relive forever unthinkable tragedy. However, for the people in Palestine today, that tragedy is not just an image of the mind or heart; it is the […]

Taking Responsibility for our Actions

The city under siege was about to surrender without any bloodshed in 1453 AD. But three Venetian warships came in with reinforcements, and the Muslim fleet, under the command of Turkish admiral Suleiman Baltughlu, failed to block the reinforcements from entering Constantinople’s gulf. The Ottoman sultan, Muhammad II (also known as Al-Faatih or Mehmet II) […]

No Condemnation in Areas of Ijtihad

By Dr. Yusuf al-Qaradawi | Translated by Jamaal Diwan No Condemnation in Areas of Ijtihad from ‘How to Deal with the Tradition, Mathabs, and Differences in Opinion’ From the foundations of this fiqh (the fiqh of disagreement) and its focuses is the principle: There is no condemnation in issues of ijtihad1 (la inkaara fi masaa’il al-ijtihad). […]

Unprofessionalism in the Muslim Community

It’s the end of the month, but there will be no paycheck for another week. As though being late wasn’t bad enough, to top it off, you are made to feel as though the money you’ve worked for isn’t your right; they are doing you a favor by paying you anything at all. This Islamic […]