Posts tagged with "Sunnah"

"The Plight of the Individual and the Sunnah of the Maker"
Friday Khutbahs (Sermons) · 25. February 2022
Often as major world events unfold, the simple reality is that as these events unfold and we witness human beings engaged in minor and major challenges, for a Muslim, what ought to be the reality is the constant, persistent voice of the Qur'an reminding, alerting and provoking. The voice of the Qur'an is the very agency of God in our living reality. Look at the simple challenge. In Surah Al Shams, when God reminds us of the nafs [soul/spirit] that God has created, and of the reality of fujoor...
"Why Jerusalem Matters"
Friday Khutbahs (Sermons) · 21. May 2021
A ceasefire has been agreed between Israel and Gaza. It is a ceasefire that leaves the Palestinians with a monumental amount of destruction. Entire buildings have been razed to the ground. Families have been left homeless, losing homes for which they spent a lifetime working and saving. Hospitals have been hit. Governmental and civic infrastructure is destroyed. Meanwhile, the blockade that suffocates Gaza continues so that more than two million Gazans in a small strip of land continue to...

"Mystifications of Power & The Eradication of the Prophet's Sunnah"
Friday Khutbahs (Sermons) · 19. February 2021
The Prophet, in so many of the lessons that he imparted to his ummah, taught a path of personal integrity, self-respect, dignity and honor; a way of existing in society that is aspirational in nature. It set as a moral objective a certain type of character and a certain type of ethical order that the individual must, as a Muslim, be endowed with and seek to fulfill. We witness one of these core lessons in the well-known hadith reported by Abu Sa'id al-Khudri. He heard the Prophet say, "Let no...

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