Ramadan 1438/2017: Black Muslims Reflect on the Quran—Juz’ 26

by Shamar Hemphill The believers are a but a single family: So make peace and reconciliation between your brothers and sisters; and fear Allah, that you may receive Mercy — 49:10 We are in the midst of some of the most vulnerable times as it relates to violence and poverty. […]

Ramadan 1438/2017: Black Muslims Reflect on the Quran—Juz’ 25

by Nina Daoud   Throughout Juz’ 25 (41:47–45:37), a distinct message emerges about humanity’s natural tendency to focus on worldly matters. The juz’ begins with Surah al-Fussilat (Verses Made Clear), which focuses on the truthful and divine nature of the Qur’an while admonishing those who disbelieve as well as those […]

Ramadan 1438/2017: Black Muslims Reflect on the Quran—Juz’ 24

By Relwan Onikoyi It is common knowledge that hardly a Muslim gets through the month of Ramadan without having to rely at least on a bit of patience, more so than one normally does outside of the month. Fulfilling the most minimal fast requires at the least refraining from nourishment […]

Ramadan 1438/2017: Black Muslims Reflect on the Quran – Juz’ 23

By Shaykh Anwar Muhaimin A wise man once said: “The story of life is about God and you. How you are towards God, yourself, humanity and the animate and inanimate things. It’s not about this group, that skin color, that religion, etc. It’s about what you do, day in and […]