From Dave Zirin in The Nation When Dr. Martin Luther King came out against the war in Vietnam in 1967, he was criticized by the mainstream press and his own advisors who told him to not focus on “foreign” policy. But Dr. King forged forward, and to justify his new stand, said publicly, “Like Muhammad … Continue reading I Just Wanted to Be Free’: The Radical Reverberations of Muhammad Ali
Evidence of the deep love and devotion to our Holy Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (r) is accused of not caring for the honour for the Holy Prophet Muhammad (s). In this short video we translate and read out some short extracts from his writings to show his love for the Holy Prophet … Continue reading Love of the Holy Prophet (pbuh)
Within a century of the death of Mohammad, in 632, Muslim armies had conquered almost the whole of the world where Jews lived, from Spain eastward across North Africa and the Middle East as far as the eastern frontier of Iran and beyond, almost all the Jews in the world were now ruled by Islam. … Continue reading So, what did the Muslims do for the Jews?
http://youtu.be/blbMX5JYous The Holy Prophet (s) said that at the time of the Messiah the burden of war will be lifted. World War One led to such carnage that it was thought that there would never be another war and the League of Nations was set up. But World War II was even more devastating than … Continue reading World Wars and hadith of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (s)
Zubaida talks about the life of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (s) and his importance to Muslims.
We read from the writings of the Promised Messiah. Mulfoozat Volume three, pages 90 to 91. Allah sent Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, the Promised Messiah, because Muslims had strayed from the path of that the Holy Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) followed. Muslims had introduced new innovations into Islam and forsaken the example set by our beloved … Continue reading Establish the Prophethood and the Honour of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (pbuh)
The purpose of Fasting in Islam 1. To develop and strengthen our powers of self-control, so that we can resist wrongful desires and bad habits, and therefore “guard against evil” (see extract 1 above). In fasting, by refraining from the natural human urges to satisfy one’s appetite, we are exercising our ability of self-restraint, so … Continue reading The Teachings of Islam on Fasting
Haroon Moghul is a Fellow in the National Security Studies Program at New America Foundation. He's also a Ph.D. Candidate at Columbia University's Department of Middle Eastern, South Asian, and African Studies, where he focuses on Islamic thought in colonial India. Haroon is the Fellow in Muslim Politics and Societies at the Center on National … Continue reading What the Western World Can Learn from the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh)
In the Podcast below to celebrate 'Id Milad un Nabi, Dr Jahangiri a member of the Oakland jamaat in California looks at the life of the Holy Prophet (s) and teachings of Islam in the light of his life.
The Holy Quran says: "Obey Allah and obey His prophet . . ." In this video we see if we follow this injunction of the Holy Quran.
In this extract Hazrat Maulana Muhammad Ali says that the most honourable or esteemed task is the propagation of Islam and although we pay lip service to this, in fact, we hold other things such as business or jobs and positions to be things which bring us honour. If we truly thought that propagation was … Continue reading [Video] The most honourable work