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”
In the Qur'an we have two verses in surat al-An'am which have a fascinating tafsir about the kinds of leaders we get.
﷽ 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
It's kind of peculiar how absolutely averse the Western world is to anything even remotely Islamic, to the point that people intentionally excise the "Islam" part out of products and history to sell it to Westerners.
The difference between an empire and a caliphate are clear when you compare European imperialism to Islamic caliphates.
Salafism is the rot that sets in on the corpse of 'ilm.
A brief review of Islamic history in the West.
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 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
Many are unaware of America's role in inspiring the Nazi party.