The Problems with DiAngelo’s “White Fragility”

DiAngelo's White Fragility can be broken down into several categories of problematic views. American Culture America has like a culture of arrogance--whatever they happen to believe at any given moment is somehow a "universal truth and value." This, of course, is subject to change at any given moment (even though a universal truth shouldn't change). … Continue reading The Problems with DiAngelo’s “White Fragility”

Historical Geography and Timeline of Early Fiqh and Hadith

﷽ Note: insha'Allah, I intend to update this article over time with more details You'll notice a few things from looking at this map. There's a complex interplay of time and location between these scholars, which had a significant influence on how they approached their deen. Let's take a look. Different Eras Imam Abu Hanifa … Continue reading Historical Geography and Timeline of Early Fiqh and Hadith

The God That Failed – Ex-Communists Writings – A Summary

The book "The God That Failed" is a series of six essays written by ex-Communists from Europe and America. Below are summaries of the book which are a good start in refuting Communism as an ideology, which is diametrically opposed to the Shari'a and violates many of its maqasid: the protection of property and religion.

Sheikh AHM On the American vs Mongol Invasion of Iraq

Sheikh Abdul Hakim Murad in an interview on his new book: Travelling Home: Essays on Islam in Europe. The Qur'an is very emphatic that believers should fear God alone. And nowadays we find that this kind of discourse of victimhood that a lot of Muslims have succumbed to is based on a real fear. We're … Continue reading Sheikh AHM On the American vs Mongol Invasion of Iraq