Category: Religion

On Imām Alī and Slow Death

As many all over the country wait for the start of a new school year and parents and children prepare to say goodbye to the summertime chill we invite you to revisit a post from October 6, 2016 titled “On Imām Alī and Slow Death.” The […]

The African Qur’an: Ramadan Remedies for Racial and Religous Intolerance

by Dr. Rudolph Ware A common phrase that you might hear when talking about daily trials of living in America is “You know the struggle is real!” It seems that this phrase has, in some ways, replaced the cliché, “It’s all good.” These phrases represent […]

Ramadan 1439/2018: Black Muslims Reflect on the Qur’an – Juz’ 30

In the morning some of us will die here but we’ll remember that some of our people learned to fly when the angel of death lent them it’s wings.
That’s when they were truly free.

Ramadan 1439/2018 Black Muslims Reflect on the Qu’ran – Juz’ 29

“Give Him all the glory we depend on Him for everything and He depends on us for nothing. So InshAllah it will not hurt us to remind ourselves everyday what He is doing and it is not ourselves doing.”