An Amazing Dream.. Tidings of the Coming Khilafah & Great Days

Six weeks ago, saw the same dream three mornings in a row. I told only one person, and though I thought about sharing it publicly, I ultimately backed off. But considering what happened overnight in Damascus, with the assassination of a top general (Shaykh Zahran Alloush), I feel like sharing it for some reason. Basically,Continue reading “An Amazing Dream.. Tidings of the Coming Khilafah & Great Days”

Nasih ud-Deen Khumartakin, Unsung Hero, Saviour of Salahudeen

Salahudeen al-Ayyubi (Saladin) is in Aleppo. He’s in a camp with his generals and soldiers. Quietly, a group of assassins (‘Hashashin’ of the Shi’ite-Isma’ili sect from west Syria) slip into the camp wanting to kill Salahudeen. But a nobleman in the camp, by the name of Nasih ud-Deen Khumartakin, who was Emir of the fortressContinue reading “Nasih ud-Deen Khumartakin, Unsung Hero, Saviour of Salahudeen”

Erdogan is not a hero

Erdogan is not a hero. Yes, he’s the best Turkey has to offer at the moment and is infinitely better than the alternative, and should be supported against that alternative. And his good policies should be praised and encouraged. And if you know me well, you’d know I’ve defended him against a lot of misplacedContinue reading “Erdogan is not a hero”

Chess Haram According to Saudi Grand Mufti, Yet..

Saudi Arabia’s Grand Mufti says chess is Haram (impermissible). Okay, no problem. Do you know what else is Haram? Six of the seven worst countries for child mortality (deaths at birth) are Muslim. In Afghanistan, one in seven children die at birth, while in Japan it’s 1 in 500. Seven of the ten worst countriesContinue reading “Chess Haram According to Saudi Grand Mufti, Yet..”

Muslim or Australian?

by Uthman Badar Prof. Mohamad Abdalla in a recent video (here: raises this question and answers it with the claim that the is no incompatibility between being Muslim and Australian. The core of his argument is that Islam incorporates beneficial and harmless cultural practices. It did this wherever it went. In Africa, Islam looksContinue reading “Muslim or Australian?”