Category Archives: Islam

Our Way: Sedona, Arizona

In this lesson we discuss the proper creed, and clarify the misconception regarding the New Age community’s pantheist doctrine (that is, the erroneous belief that the Creator is the creations).  The proper belief is that the creations are INDICATIONS of the … Continue reading

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The Leftist Pathology Enablers

The Leftist Pathology Enablers I don’t know much about the backstory regarding this incident: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n8EOHyLiIUc I assume that it’s a gang of some Crusader-Serf types angry about the over-reach of the central regime over in Washington.  As for the “Young Turks” (what … Continue reading

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Breaking the Back of White Racism: The Curious Case of Egypt

Breaking the Back of White Racism: The Curious Case of Egypt It’s that month, again, and God-willing, I will do some posts (and maybe some videos) about race and identity coming from a Muslim’s perspective.  For many Immigrant Muslims (IMs) … Continue reading

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The Clash of Civilizations: Columbus, the Muslims, and the European Era of Exploration (PART 2)

This is the second part of a shorter version of a lecture we do on the European Era of Exploration and the Muslims: There was A LOT of information that was left out.  In-shaa’ Allah, we will do the full … Continue reading

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The “Logic” of the Quasi-Salafis (Wahhabis)

The Wahhabis are notorious for fabricating and mistranslating the sayings of the genuine Salaf (and scholars of later times). If you mention what the Salaf said (about Allah being clear of spatial characteristics), then they will either say that the … Continue reading

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Our Way: Thanks Giving and Islam

This is a video about the importance of giving thanks to the One Who deserves worship.  Please, let us express our gratitude to God by using what has been given to us in obedience to our Lord.

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Modernist-Hypocrites and the Rand Report

Modernist-Hypocrites and the Rand Report I’ve been doing some on-line research on some of the Leftist so-called “Modernist” movements amongst those who profess to be Muslims.  Without much research, it is clear that these (which are, in reality a single … Continue reading

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Need for Clarity in the Creed

Need for Clarity in the Creed It was (misleadingly) said in a book ascribed to one of the people on “The Circuit:” “Within Sunnism, however, the Ash`arites, Maturidites, and ‘Traditionalists’*  routinely excluded the Mu`tazilites from the designation Ahl al-Sunnah as … Continue reading

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The Creator Exists Without Being in a Place

The Creator Exists Without Being in a Place In the name of Almighty God “Before there was space or direction, there was a Creator.” The true belief in the Creator is not based upon blind faith. The Creator gave the … Continue reading

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Islam and Hip Hop

Islam and Hip Hop This is a link from a Brother i know that he posted on Facebook: Okay, Brother Ali’s take. One, what was called by some “Islam” in hip hop was almost exclusively “Five Percenter” ideology.  This movement … Continue reading

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