Today’s khutbah was delivered at the IONA masjid in Warren, MI.
I’m scheduled to give a talk this Friday at the University of Windsor in Canada relating to an Islamic framework for racial justice activism among Muslims in the West.
Audio of a khutbah that I delivered this past Friday at the Islamic Center of San Diego.
My thoughts on the Beyonce Super Bowl performance, the erosion of standards of what is considered “Black consciousness” and why morality and spirituality is needed for a true social revolution.
I will be joining Shaykh Taha Hassane this Friday and Saturday at the Islamic Center of San Diego to discuss issues relating to community organizing and racial justice work from an Islamic perspective. I’m scheduled to deliver the khutbah on… Continue Reading
Musa Al-Jawn (RA) was a transmitter of Islamic knowledge and a mujahid in the early generations of the Ummah. Musa Al-Jawn was a Hashimite and the son of Imam Abdullah bin Al-Hasan bin Al-Hasan bin Ali bin Abi Talib (AS). … Continue Reading
I’ve been reflecting on the unrest that took place not long ago in Baltimore in which a big to do was made about a CVS being burned down. Many in the American Muslim community even picked up the meme of… Continue Reading
Listen here: History of Islamophobia in Relation to White Supremacy in USA.WMA
A little over a week ago at the Muslim Congress conference in Atlanta, I helped facilitate an impromptu discussion that primarily focused on race relations in the American Muslim community. The conversation came about due to a group of concerned… Continue Reading
On September 10th, there’s a scheduled planning commission hearing regarding a proposed mosque off of 15 Mile Rd and Ryan Rd in Sterling Heights, Michigan. The proposed mosque has been met with opposition in three different city government meetings within… Continue Reading