The Impending Civil War: Trans Activists vs. Feminists
With the current full blown “Trans Rights” agenda sweeping across the globe we are mirroring this excellent outline by our good friends at the Muslim Skeptic. A showcase of the irony of conflict between these two Satanically rooted ideologies. It seems there are now some significant internal disputes (did someone say heresy?) taking place among the […]
Hijrah in Islam: Its Verdict & Rationale with Shaykh Abu Taubah
The Ummah Times discussion with Shaykh Abu Taubah from the Timbuktu Seminary (https://timbuktuedu.com/) on the topic of Hijrah in Islam.
Making Tracks – Lost Art of Hijrah
The Ummah Times intriguing and much needed discussion on the topic of Hijrah with brothers (https://www.makehijrah.com) who have actually done it! We discuss their various travels and on the rationale of Hijrah in Islam.
Do Boycotts actually work?
Boycott, collective and organized ostracism applied in labour, economic, political, or social relations to protest practices that are regarded as unfair. The boycott was popularized by Charles Stewart Parnell during the Irish land agitation of 1880 to protest high rents and land evictions. The term boycott was coined after Irish tenants followed Parnell’s suggested code […]
The recent attacks in Nice show us yet again; another episode of underwhelming response from key Muslim Community Figures (MCF), particularly in the West. For peculiar reason, MCF always are the early adopters of condemnation parade whose main purpose is nothing but to come across as apologetics. There responses usually revolve around how the “terrorist” […]
Ep. 14: Khilafah: History and Future (Segment 3 of P. 2) with Br. Mazin Abdul-Adhim & Sh.Omar Baloch
The Ummah Times very engaging and informative podcast discussion on “Khilafah: History and Future.”
An examination of the issue of the Majaal (place of focus) of the Da’wah
The following is the translation of an Arabic article, the original has been included below. The Majaal (place of focus to bring the change) of the Da’wah is a prisoner to the capability of carrying it and to where the Mana’ah exists, whilst it is not a prisoner to any particular land. Therefore, any […]
Tafseer of Surah ar-Ra’ad, Ayah 11
“InnAllaha laa yoghayyiru maa bi Qawmin hattaa yoghayyiroo maa bi anfusihim” (TMQ ar-Ra’ad 13:11) “Allah will not change what is in any nation, until they all collectively make a change occur in what is in themselves.” (TMQ ar-Ra’ad 13:11) Many from amongst the sincere, and insincere, Muslims utilise this Ayah in an attempt to justify […]
How Western NGOs Use Aid to Attack Islam and Re-Engineer Muslim Society
By Abu Rushayd al Tarabolsi – October 22, 2019 Are NGOs that support poor Muslims a good thing for us? Last summer, I traveled to Harvard to study the practice of sustainable development under a leading professor in the field. I personally work on funding development projects for Muslims in the Middle East, and this […]
Traitors in Our Midst: The Scholars of Colonization
Daniel Haqiqatjou What’s wrong with scholars like Hamza Yusuf, Abdallah bin Bayyah, Habib Ali Jifri, et al., supporting Arab dictators and legitimating their regimes? There has been lots of analysis on the 2018 UAE forum for “promoting peace,” but some of this analysis misses the mark. For example, what I keep reading over and […]