The following is my recent appearance on FOX 2’s “Let It Rip” discussing the recent mass shooting in Orlando, FL.
My latest video on why the legacy of “The People’s Champ” is important to American Muslims in this time period in particular.
http://cairmichigan.org/blog/commiserating_with_the_vulnerable_during_ramadan.html By Dawud Walid The blessed month of Ramadan entails many spiritual and social lessons for those who are regardful. Among the aspects of this month which acts as a university for souls is the component of commiserating with the… Continue Reading
http://almadinainstitute.org/blog//rectifying-our-hearts-to-what-is-right1/ By Dawud Walid Do not incline towards those who do wrong lest you be touched by the fire, and you will not have other than Allah any protectors; then you will not be helped. (Surah Hud, 11:113) Humans have… Continue Reading
With the recent passing of Muhammad Ali, many throughout the world are sharing their thoughts about what he meant to them. Some are looking at him strictly as an athlete who fought an epic battle with Parkinson’s disease. Some are… Continue Reading
http://www.detroitnews.com/story/opinion/2016/06/05/trumps-hyperbole-obamas-policy/85456074/ June 5, 2016 Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump continues to make provocative comments relating to Mexicans, immigrants, and Muslims. Immigrant rights activists have cried foul over Trump’s comments regarding building a wall on the Mexican—American border and mass… Continue Reading
The Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) which is one of America’s largest Muslim organizations just wrapped up its annual conference in Baltimore, MD. Like every major Islamic organization which holds a conference except for one, the matrimony booth or… Continue Reading
Click to read part 1 of my thoughts on the state of American Muslim activism.
The following discussion is part two of a discussion between Shaykh Yasir Fahmy and myself with the Al-Madina Institute.
Dearborn Police needs greater accountability to improve By Dawud Walid | Thursday, 05.12.2016, 10:30 PM The recent settlement of an excessive force lawsuit by the Dearborn Police against a mentally impaired man, Ali Beydoun, of Lebanese origin is part of… Continue Reading