Posts tagged with "Witness"

Project Illumine: Surah 91: Al Shams and Surah 104: Al Humazah
Circles of Learning (Halaqas) · 18. March 2023
Dr. Khaled Abou El Fadl presents his Quranic commentary on Surah 91: Al Shams and Surah 104: Al Humazah as part of the ongoing Project Illumine: Light of the Quran series at The Usuli Institute ( Recorded at The Usuli Institute on 18 March 2023. Project Illumine is a year-long intensive immersion into the unique moral messages in each of the 114 surahs (chapters) of the Quran, the fruit of this scholar's lifetime relationship with the Quran. Surah Al 'Adiyat is the 102nd surah in...
Usuli Weekly Newsletter · 04. February 2023
Al salamu 'alaykum (Greetings of Peace) dear Friends! I pray you are well! Yesterday was my birthday, and God gave me an amazing and unexpected gift that I want to now share with you! I have mentioned in the past that we have been working on some exciting projects at Usuli for 2023. Alhamdulillah (thank God!), one came to fruition just in time for my birthday, much sooner than I was expecting! So what is the gift? It is the gift of music - The Usuli Institute sponsored the professional creation...

Friday Khutbahs (Sermons) · 28. June 2019
Dr. Khaled Abou El Fadl begins by reminding us what it means to be called by God to be a witness--to be one who tells the truth--on behalf of God, and the heavy burden of the duty of testifying to the truth, both in terms of being a bearer of good news and also of bringing warning. He speaks of the latest news of Jared Kushner's Deal of the Century to bribe Palestinians with money that comes from Saudi, and the direct analogies to colonialism and the White Man's Burden. He calls upon Muslims in...

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