Social Justice Series

Contextualising Justice in the Muslim Community – Social Justice Series

In this series, Shaykh Walead Mosaad speaks about defining social…
Believer, Futuwwa, & Times of Crisis

Why Muslim Youth Need Guiding Mentorship

In this memoir, a student speaks about how having knowledgeable,…
Social Justice Series

Contextualising Justice in the Muslim Community – Social Justice Series

In this series, Shaykh Walead Mosaad speaks about defining social…
Shaykh Emad Effat martyr

Shaykh Emad Effat – Shaykh of the Revolution, Martyr of al-Azhar

Seven years ago today, Shaykh Emad Effat died of a gunshot wound when Egyptian soldiers clashed with demonstrators – of which Shaykh Emad was one – protesting against the country’s military leaders in downtown Cairo. He became known as “Shaykh al-Thawra” (the shaykh of the revolution) and “Shaheed al-Azhar” (the martyr of the Azhar). Seven years on, I still ponder a great deal about Shaykh Emad, what he represented, what lessons he taught those of us who believed in the January 25th revolution of Egypt, and the roles that religious leaders play today in the region from whence he came.
Social Justice Series

Frequently Asked Questions – Social Justice Series

In this series, Shaykh Walead Mosaad speaks about defining social…
food consumption

Food Consumption – A Reader

This reader gathers various guidelines on food consumption, from…
Social Justice Series

Social Action in Islam – Social Justice Series

In this series, Shaykh Walead Mosaad speaks about defining social…
Muslim women's literary conference

What is the Muslim Women’s Literary Conference?

On October 27th, 2018, Daybreak Press held its 4th Annual Muslim…
Social Justice Series

Justice in the Islamic Paradigm – Social Justice Series

In this series, Shaykh Walead Mosaad speaks about defining social…
Why We Suffer

Questions & Answers – Why We Suffer Series

“Why We Suffer” is a series that explores why there is suffering…