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Asalaam Alaykum my brothers and sisters. In times of great trials and tribulations we need to seek out good news stories and promote them. By doing this we can change the narrative from anti to pro Muslim/Islam. I am looking for your positive stories. Send them to me and let’s make them viral together. Jazzak Allahu khairun


I wasn’t aware that this would be done with my interview questions, but this is pretty well done MashaAllah 🙂 Muhsen is doing great stuff and needs more volunteers!

What do the Men of Muhsen do again? Shaykh Omar Suleiman, and our very own Muhsen sisters, explain in this hilarious call for brothers to join Muhsen. Sign up to volunteer for Muhsen today at http://muhsen.org

Asalamu alaikum wa Rahmatu’Allah wa Barakatuhu brothers and sisters.

please support this recently newly married new Muslim couple. Very important. They only need another $2000. 20 people to give $100.

May Allah reward you all with Paradise. Ameen. Let’s do this today guys.

“If someone does not show mercy to people, Allah will not show mercy to him.” – Prophet Muhammad SAW (Bukhari, Muslim)

Click here to support Billy’s Temporary Financial Crisis organized by Bilal Abdul Rahim Gibbs

My now wife recently relocated to California from Kenya and we got married on the 16th of June, 2017. We’ve been applying for affordable apartments however unable to get approved because I am the sole provider currently. We’ve been paying for hotel stay ever since hoping to be approved anywhere w…

My dear brothers and sisters.

Asalaam Alaykum.

I am very sad tonight, when those that hate Us decide to launch a campaign to write against #Islam and #Muslims they get their support and their books hits the best seller lists. See (Tommy Robinson but don’t promote his sad book) When a counter campaign is launched to show the truth about Muslim contributions in #Europe you don’t even share the post let alone donate. We are indeed huge in numbers but ineffective, and our love for this world has over powered our desire for the hereafter. May Allah wake us up before our end. Ameen. Please can you all do the following

1. Pray for our salvation. Make Duaa for this ummah.
2. Share this post
3. Give anything you can, karda hasana, investment donation.

Jazzak Allahu khairun

See the link here.

Click here to support Protect the legacy of “The Fallen” organised by Muslims In WW1

Help us publish a unique book: “The Fallen” in memory of millions of Muslim soldiers that fought for Europe in WW1. Based on original documents, the Forgotten Heroes 14-19 Foundation has discovered that at least 2.5 million Muslim soldiers and labourers from the MENA region, South Asia, Africa,…

People who constantly criticize others typically do so because of a fault that they themselves have. This becomes even worse when it is not one person who is being criticized, but rather the entire group of ‘scholars’ or ‘preachers’ of Islam.

There is no doubt that scholars and preachers are at times worthy of criticism. But that criticism should come from those qualified to make it. It has become vogue in some quarters, even amongst self-professed religious folks, to bash preachers under the guise of somehow protecting the religion. But at times it is impossible to fully know the recesses of one’s own heart, and to be absolutely certain that the intention one has is purely for the sake of Allah. Abdullah b. al-Mubārak said, “The one who makes fun of scholars has lost his religion.” The class of people who have dedicated their lives to studying the tradition cannot, en masse, be made fun of or criticized without directly attacking the tradition that these people have studied. (Obviously I speak of a general, unconditional criticism directed to all scholars or preachers – it is a different matter when a qualified person points out a mistake or flaw in one particular scholar).

It is, therefore, best and wisest that one concentrates on one’s own faults, and leaves the faults of others.

Malik b. Dīnār said, “How evil is it when one is oneself not pious, and still makes fun of the pious!” And Ibn Sirīn said, “We used to say that the one who has the most faults is he who busies himself with pointing out the faults of others.”

There is no doubt that each and every one of us, scholars and preachers and all Muslims and humans – and I put myself first on that list – is worthy of criticism for certain aspects of our lives. But to call out an entire class of people, and especially the scholars of Islam, and label them with derogatory adjectives because of the mistakes of a few, is simply not in conformity with the basic etiquettes of Islam.

Abdullah b. Umar said, “There were people in Madinah who had faults, but they covered their sins and didn’t speak about the faults of others, so Allah covered up their sins, and they died as if they were without sin! And there were those who had faults, but they busied themselves with the faults of others, so Allah exposed their own sins for all to see, and they died humiliated.”

Be careful, sisters and brothers, and busy yourself with your own faults rather than the faults of others, especially when it is possible those whom you mock are people who are more God-conscious than you.

One of the blessings of starting Muhsen was the exposure to so many beautiful differently abled brothers and sisters. This past weekend, I had the blessing of giving a lecture to an entire room of mostly deaf brothers and sisters. I was so proud of the work they were doing out in Minnesota masha’Allah.













#GlobalImpactDay – Project 3
Lunch and Story time with Minnesota Deaf Muslim Community (MDMC )
July 15 2017

Impact volunteers practiced ASL (American Sign Language) for months to prepare for this event. The volunteers practiced few Islamic lectures in ASL to present to MDMC guests.
The volunteers beautifully presented their pieces in ASL followed by a delicious lunch. The experience was awesome. For the first time there was not much noise coming from a gathering and all you could see hands signing and expressive face gestures.
The goal is to bridge that gap between deaf Citizens and the rest of the community.
In sha Allah we hope to use this GID event as a kick off to something that we will continue on a regular basis and present our AlMaghrib lectures in ASL and to be able to communicate with our r brothers and sisters regardless of difference in the ability.

What an impactful learning and networking experience!
Alhamdulillah
The treat at the end was a surprise visit by our beloved teacher Sh Omar Suleiman

Special thanks to Sr @valerie shirley of MDMC Minnesota Deaf Muslim Community -MDMC who worked hard and spent weeks and weeks with Impact volunteers to teach ASL so the volunteers can execute this project successfully!

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It’s been 1 year since this happened and this weekend will be filled with memorials and tributes. These were my thoughts immediately after the shooting but I’m not sure they were fully developed then. Truthfully, I was numb. I will never forget the gunshots and the sights of that night. But we have to remain committed to ending the violence and injustices that keep robbing families of their loved ones.


Minutes before the shooting. Still trying to process what happened in #Dallas last night. I’m grateful for my life as I’ve never experienced before last night what it’s like to run for your life as gunshots are constantly being rattled off. I’ve never experienced being holed up in a hotel lobby while people pray that a gunman doesn’t walk in which is exactly what happened minutes after. I’m deeply saddened by the loss of innocent police lives that were there to protect this peaceful demonstration against police brutality. Those people killed had nothing to do with the actions of those who wore the same uniform as them as they took innocent lives, just like the murderers last night have nothing to do with the thousands of peaceful protestors marching. I went last night to show solidarity. I listened to mothers who lost their children to police brutality speak of their pain. I listened to the father of the young girl in McKinney who was brutalized by an officer on video last year speak of his pain. I listened to my colleague and friend from Faith Forward Dallas, Dr. Michael Waters, remind people of how to channel that pain. I was reminded once again of the despair that so many of our black brothers and sisters have in a broken system that has failed them for so long. I’ve been to many of these events in the past, but yesterday was different. We marched and chanted #BlackLivesMatter because the world needs to hear it. For too long, they have not in this country and in many parts of the world. But violence is never the answer. Violence breeds more violence. Clearly these attackers coordinated this before the protest, and carried out their attacks just as the protest ended. They have nothing to do with us. We marched for peace and for the end of senselessness that deprives children of their parents, not to deprive the children of those innocent officers killed last night of their own.


Salaam sisters and brothers, we’re LIVE!!!

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Tonight is the last #ODDNIGHT of #RAMADAN! Join the #iERA100 and support the #PropheticMission! Call 03000 111 365 or donate online: https://mydonate.bt.com/donation/start.html?charity=141913

I broke down today hearing about the tragedy that struck our brother and sisters in London. I couldn’t wrap my mind around the thought of watching your own children trapped in a building waiting to burn to death.

Then only one single thought calmed my heart. The Creator of those children and those families is more merciful than I could ever be. Or ever imagine being. And they were in His care then. And they remain in His care now.

Perhaps Allah wanted to take them as martyrs in the holiest month of Ramadan. And perhaps he made them feel no pain by making them pass out from the smoke even before the flames touched their body.

May Allah have mercy on their souls and reward all those who risked or gave their lives to save others. Ameen.

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Please donate & share this appeal for the victims and families of the tragic fire that happened at #GrenfellTower this morning in Ladbroke Grove. London UK. Some of our trusted brothers at Anoor Trust -a local Charity have started a page. God bless their efforts this Ramadhan ameen. Share. Share. Share.

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Assalamu Alaikum Warah’matulahi Wabarakaatahu, Brothers & sisters. Our neighbours and friends in Latimer Road London have been hit with a terrible tragedy. A fire has wrecked and ravaged an entire tower block. Claiming the lives of how many? We don’t know yet. Hospitalizing how many? We’ve yet…

Sisters Forum presents

IFTAR with Dr Tariq Ramadan

NO Charity fundraising | Just family event with spiritually uplifting speech, raise awareness and great food for iftar.
(Polite notice: No children under age 5 please)

Event for brothers and sisters

Halal entertainment | Networking

Amazing food guaranteed from Mint Caterers

Tickets
£17
£150 for a table of 10
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No tickets at the door | Online purchase only on eventbrite:
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For enquires or if you would like to sponsor part of the event email admin@sistersforum.co.uk

About our speaker:
Tariq Ramadan is an academic, philosopher and writer. He is Professor of Contemporary Islamic Studies at the Oxford University (Oriental Institute, St Antony’s College), as well as many other credidentials. For more info on our speaker: http://tariqramadan.com/english/biography/

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PLEASE SUPPORT OUR BROTHERS AND SISTER IN GAZA AND YEMEN – NOW LIVE TILL IFTAR- please like and share : ) and get huge reward this Ramadan

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Have we forgotten Gaza and Yemen?
As the brothers and sisters of Gaza no longer remain on the news and on our TV screens, we find that we have forgotten how bad their living conditions are. In Yemen, our brothers and sisters face one of the biggest Humanitarian crisis of our time and we know nothing about it.

Join us on LRB Digital, Leicester’s new digital all year round radio station to find out how you can help save lives in Gaza and Yemen today.

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PLEASE SUPPORT OUR BROTHERS AND SISTER IN GAZA AND YEMEN – NOW LIVE TILL IFTAR- please like and share : ) and get huge reward this Ramadan

CALL US ON : 0116 212 9324
TEXT & WHATSAPP : 07450 925084
EMAIL US : hello@lrbdigital.co.uk
SOCIAL MEDIA : Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, Youtube and ‘lrbdigital’

Have we forgotten Gaza and Yemen?
As the brothers and sisters of Gaza no longer remain on the news and on our TV screens, we find that we have forgotten how bad their living conditions are. In Yemen, our brothers and sisters face one of the biggest Humanitarian crisis of our time and we know nothing about it.
Join us on LRB Digital, Leicester’s new digital all year round radio station to find out how you can help save lives in Gaza and Yemen today.

The time to give is now.

https://mydonate.bt.com/fundraisers/lrbdigitalappeal

NOW LIVE DONATE NOW https://mydonate.bt.com/fundraisers/lrbdigitalappeal
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Have we forgotten Gaza and Yemen?
As the brothers and sisters of Gaza no longer remain on the news and on our TV screens, we find that we have forgotten how bad their living conditions are. In Yemen, our brothers and sisters face one of the biggest Humanitarian crisis of our time and we know nothing about it.

Join us on LRB Digital, Leicester’s new digital all year round radio station to find out how you can help save lives in Gaza and Yemen today.

The time to give is now.
CALL US ON : 0116 212 9324
TEXT & WHATSAPP : 07450 925084
EMAIL US : hello@lrbdigital.co.uk
SOCIAL MEDIA : Facebook, Twitter,
Instagram, Snapchat, Youtube
and ‘lrbdigital’

#HumanAppeal #LRBDigital

Half the month has already disappeared! How quickly does this month seem to pass.

For those who slacked off in the first half, you still have an opportunity in the latter half. For those who consistently worshiped, now is the time to raise the standard even higher. We need to be our very best and at maximum output during the last ten nights.

So pace yourselves, brothers and sisters. Increase your speed, since you need to prepare for the finish line, but save that last and most precious energy when you’re within sight of that line, and when the odd nights begin.

May Allah bless us to be vigilant in worship on Laylat al-Qadr!!!


Don’t miss us LIVE here for you brother and sisters in this blessed month of Ramadan!

Join me and my old pal Yusuf Chambers for a very different show… The Green And Chambers Show!
Donate online at www.iera.org/green or call 03000 111 365!


Asalaam Alaykum brothers and sisters.

Hope you are having a blessed Ramadan so far. Nearly half way through and maybe you feel you haven’t got enough out of this great month. Well here is an amazing way to get Maximum blessings! City Retreat is moving on because of your donations. So far we have raised £3,300. Alhamdulillah. Today I need to hit my target of £1,500. Can you help me?

Please donate NOW:- 👉http://bit.ly/2qO6WCu

Sisters Forum presents

IFTAR with Dr Tariq Ramadan

NO Charity fundraising | Just family event with spiritually uplifting speech, raise awareness and great food for iftar.
(Polite notice: No children under age 5 please)

Event for brothers and sisters

Halal entertainment | Networking

Amazing food guaranteed from Mint Caterers

Tickets
£17 Early bird offer (until 8th June)
£22 there after
£150 for a table of 10
contact 07903 674 924

No tickets at the door | Online purchase only on eventbrite:
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/iftar-with-dr-tariq-ramadan-tickets-34611197022?aff=eac2

For enquires or if you would like to sponsor part of the event email admin@sistersforum.co.uk

About our speaker:
Tariq Ramadan is an academic, philosopher and writer. He is Professor of Contemporary Islamic Studies at the Oxford University (Oriental Institute, St Antony’s College), as well as many other credidentials. For more info on our speaker: http://tariqramadan.com/english/biography/

Media partner: IQRA TV

Event sponsors: Mint Caterers | Zen Style Solutions | Global One | Rightlane Properties

Media Partner: IQRA TV

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Asalaam Alaykum my dearest brothers and sisters in Islam. HOW IS THE GREAT MONTH TREATING YOU ALL??

Don’t forget to support me build The City Retreat centre in Leicester. Donate at least a few £££. Jazzak Allahu khairun. Allah give you the BOUNTY OF JANNAH. AMEEN.
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£1000 target tonight. £1 each?
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Why it all started.

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Imagine if just 1 person accepts Islam through your donation, you will get a copy of every single good deed they do for the rest of your life!!! InshaAllah

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Our brothers and sisters from among the refugees of Syria are more deserving and needy of your Zakat.

Through this link you can donate your Zakat securely via the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR): https://donate.unhcr.org/gu-en/zakat

Fatwa outlining the permissibility of UNHCR receiving Zakat donations and distributing them among needy people.
http://unhcrzakatfatwa.com/

If you’re unable to donate, then at least spread the message:

Zakat – The UN Refugee Agency

I call on everyone to dedicate their Zakat this year to Syrian refugees as a way to express solidarity with Syrian people #Zakati4Refugees @UNHCR_Arabic.