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Shaykh Hamza Yusuf on Rising Anti-Muslim Sentiment – AlJazeera

Shaykh Hamza Yusuf on Rising Anti-Muslim Sentiment – AlJazeera

USC Program Helps to Train Young Muslim Leaders

USC Program Helps to Train Young Muslim Leaders February 18, 2011  Mike O’Sullivan | Los Angeles A group of young women leaders discuss key issues at the University of Southern California’s American Muslim Civic Leadership Institute, February 2011 A new generation of Muslim American leaders is emerging in the United States. And a project at […]

Objections to Mosques in the United States – ISPU

“Not In Our Neighborhood”: Managing Opposition to Mosque Construction Author : Kathleen E. Foley Type Of Publication : Reports Date : Oct. 01, 2010 Download :  Download the Full Report (PDF) Opposition to mosque-building did not begin with the furor over the Islamic center intended for lower Manhattan, but that event demonstrated the increased vitriol […]

A Vision for the Muslim Community – Shaykh Faraz Rabbani at the Muslims United for Change Conference 2009

YouTube – Shaykh Faraz Rabbani – A Vision for the Muslim Community: ” http://www.unitedforchange.com/ Lecture from United For Change event, “United Against Malaria,” 2009. It emphasizes the need for Muslim organizations (and individuals) to have a commitment to excellence, and to strive to uphold the best of standards and practices, as that is essential to […]

Learning to See: Park51 and my Second Day at Work – Janan Delgado

Learning to See: Park51 and my Second Day at Work – Janan Delgado A fascinating and suspenseful article by Janan Delgado who works with the Park 51 project in New York about the struggles of representing Islam in a tense post-9/11 New York and interacting with families of 9/11 victims. August 10th, 2010. I sat […]

When You’re a Statistic – Shaykh Hamza Yusuf

When You’re a Statistic – Shaykh Hamza Yusuf Shaykh Hamza Yusuf, a leading American Muslim scholar, argues that American Muslims need to wake up and realize how Islam is being systematically distorted in American consciousness. Drawing on his extensive experience he exposes long-ignored areas of concern and begins to discuss ways to potentially reverse this […]

Advice for Students of Knowledge Overseas: A Meeting with Dr. Ingrid Mattson – By Ustadh Abdullah Misra

Advice for Students of Knowledge Overseas: A Meeting with Dr. Ingrid Mattson Most Western religious students studying overseas intend to return home to help their communities.  However, after years of immersion in a foreign culture, students may find themselves out of touch with the Muslim community and the broader society.  These students must know the […]

SeekersHub: Fulfilling A Vital Role in Our Community

SeekersHub: Fulfilling A Vital Role in Our Community Through Unique Learning OpportunitiesSeekersGuidance: Fulfilling A Vital Role in Our Community Through Unique Learning Opportunities Br. Khuram Zaman shares his observations about SeekersHub, where SeekersHub fits in today and how SeekersHub can help the Muslim community. Our thanks and appreciation go to Khurram for his honest assessment. […]

The Requisites of Leadership, by Imam Zaid Shakir

“This lecture examines the requisites of leadership at both the individual and the communal level. It emphasizes the importance of good followers as one of the greatest factors aiding good leadership. Imam Zaid mentions some of the trials leaders will encounter at various levels of endeavor. This lecture will prove insightful for community leaders and organizers […]