Posts Tagged ‘Syria’

The Cost of a Home in Paradise

Syrian Chronicles:  Part I | Part II | Part III | Part IV | Part V | Part VI In this series, Syrian refugees share their stories of being displaced as a result of the current atrocities occurring in that region. All accounts are factual, but may be written by a family member or a friend. By Issra Fridays were holy days and […]

Chained by the Syrian Regime

Syrian Chronicles:  Part I | Part II | Part III | Part IV | Part V | Part VI In this series, Syrian refugees share their stories of being displaced as a result of the current atrocities occurring in that region. All accounts are factual, but may be written by a family member or a friend. by Isa I am at a loss for […]

Homesick for Syria

Syrian Chronicles:  Part I | Part II | Part III | Part IV | Part V In this series, Syrian refugees share their stories of being displaced as a result of the current atrocities occurring in that region. All accounts are factual, but may be written by a family member or a friend. By Eaman My name is Eaman and […]

Living in a War Zone: Syria

Syrian Chronicles: Part I | Part II | Part III | Part IV | Part V In this series, Syrian refugees share their stories of being displaced as a result of the current atrocities occurring in that region. All accounts are factual, but may be written by a family member or a friend.   By Joud It […]

And the #GlobalQiyam4Syria Winner Is…

Last month, SuhaibWebb.com and Ella Collins Institute partnered together to call for a Global Qiyam for the people of Syria. On May 15th, 2013, over 45 communities across the world organized qiyams to support and pray for the Syrian people. The internet lit up with tweets with the hashtag #GlobalQiyam4Syria, Facebook events, and pictures of qiyams around the […]

From Aleppo to Sana’a

Syrian Chronicles: Part I | Part II | Part III | Part IV | Part V In this series, Syrian refugees share their stories of being displaced as a result of the current atrocities occurring in that region. All accounts are factual, but may be written by a family member or a friend.   By Mariam Khatib Every Syrian […]

Syrian Chronicles

Syrian Chronicles: Part I | Part II | Part III | Part IV | Part V The Arab Spring ignited a fire of long overdue revolt fueled by years of oppression in all of its forms. It first pressed its embers into the hearts of the Tunisians; from there, many other countries followed. However, most unforeseen was the Syrian Revolution […]

How to Win the Free Ella Collins Seminar for #GlobalQiyam4Syria

Dear readers, We are astounded by the incredible response to the call for a Global Qiyam for Syria. May Allah subhanahu wa ta`ala (exalted is He) accept our prayers, and grant the Syrian people justice.   How to Win the Free Ella Collins Seminar* 1. Post details and pictures of your event on SuhaibWebb.com and the Ella […]

How to Organize a Local Qiyam #GlobalQiyam4Syria

SuhaibWebb.com and Ella Collins Institute have partnered together to call for a Global Qiyam for the people of Syria. We are asking you to organize a local qiyam program to pray for the people of Syria on Friday, May 17. What is a qiyam?  Qiyam is an extra prayer offered after Isha at night. During the witr du`a’, one is able […]

SuhaibWebb.com & Ella Collins Institute Call for “Global Qiyam for Syria”

Global Qiyām for Syria: Friday May 17th. Mobilize for Change! Like many of you, we at SuhaibWebb.com and Ella Collins Institute have paid special attention to the crisis in Syria. Syria holds a special place in the hearts of Muslims because of religious and family bonds shared with Syrians, and because of statements of Prophet […]

Bitter Sweet

Earlier this year, The Federation of Student Islamic Societies (FOSIS) launched the “Write a Revolution” competition as part of their SOS Syria project. The competition attracted submissions from writers across the globe. Entrants were asked to consider the words freedom, oppression, unity, justice and hope to write a short story or a poem in light of […]

Reach Out

By Nabeelah Naeen Eight days after the December 2004 tsunami in Indonesia, 11-year-old Fatimah was rescued from the rubble. Holding a soda can in her hand she asked, “Am I allowed to drink this? It is not mine.” “What really moved me is the level of consciousness that the young girl had,” said Islamic Relief […]

Syria and the Ansar

by Iman Badawi I prayed to Allah for Syria last night. It’s a simple act, a basic obligation, but is it enough? Ramadan is here and the dragging hours of summer daylight test the endurance of the believer. The pain of hunger and the anguish of thirst render the first date sweeter than those of […]

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 […]

Syria Awareness Event

The Islamic Society of Boston Cultural Center and Imam Suhaib Webb hosted a Syria Awareness Event. Danny Abdul Dayem, a British citizen of Syrian descent who witnessed the Syrian revolution and the brutality of the Syria regime in Homs, shared his experiences in Syria. May Allah (swt) free the people of Syria from the oppressive […]

Hamza and the Lion of Allah

By Aber Kawas There have been pictures and videos circulating for these past few nights of a boy whose face had been cut off in the unrelenting onslaught of Syrian violence. The despairing images of his jawless grimace, dripping with blood and his eyes full of pain have brought awareness, disgust, and outrage against the […]

Syria: A Call for Freedom

“Is everything ok, Jiddo (Grandpa)?”“Yes, Alhamdullilah (Praise be to God), everything is fine. We’re doing fine.” “Are you sure?” “Yes. There’s nothing here. We’re all doing fine. Send my greetings to everyone. Ma’asalama (Goodbye).” Click… Ask Syrian Americans about their conversations with relatives or friends back home and you’ll hear a similar story. Decades of […]