As the Ummah takes stock in the aftermath of the latest vicious (chemical) attack by the Syrian regime on the people of Idlib, Ustadh Abu Anas Alwahwah and br Wassim Doureihi provide comments on the situation, directing three messages: one to the capitals of terrorism today, the second to the rulers of the Muslim world, and third to Muslims more generally. The following is adapted from their comments on social media in Arabic and English respectively. (more…)
While global media attention has been on the London incident, civilians in both Syria and Iraq have been experiencing the worst recorded airstrikes by the United States and its allies since the Iraqi invasion. (more…)
The increasing anti-Muslim tension in India reached new heights on the early hours of Tuesday morning with the senseless murder of a young Muslim teacher named Riyaz. He was hacked to death by a number of unknown assailants. Riyaz had taught at the madrassa next to Muhayuddin Jumma Masjid for eight years.
The devastation we witnessed in Aleppo in the last few months once again made it clear that the Muslim rulers willfully keep their distance from the Ummah and the responsibility of its protection. Yet we also saw those who would find no end of excuses to absolve these rulers of the inexcusable. It would seem arguments and proofs of any sort would not suffice, and therefore, there seems little hope in addressing them. After all, if the bloodshed in Aleppo can’t make someone at least question their misplaced loyalties, truly, what can? (more…)
Saudi Deputy Crown Prince and Defence Minister Mohammed bin Salman affirmed Saudi Arabia’s subservience to America as he met with US president Donald Trump at the White House on Tuesday, in a meeting aimed at “strengthening mutual ties”. The two held talks in the Oval Office, along with Vice President Mike Pence, senior adviser Jared Kushner, chief of staff Reince Priebus and strategist Steve Bannon. (more…)