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By Shaykh Hamza Yusuf There was a story in the New York Times a few days ago about how the “revolution” in Tunisia was sparked in December by the self-immolation of Mohamed Bouazizi, a 26-year-old, befuddled roadside green grocer. Like … Continue reading
Slightly edited to ease understanding and reposted here with permission from a Jewish friend; from a portion in the annual cycle of Jewish Torah reading (Parshat Vayigash). The lessons contained herein are universal. Lets build upon our common ground, to … Continue reading
“It is He [God] who enables you to travel over land and sea. When you sail in ships in a favourable breeze, you rejoice. But when a gale begins to blow and the waves dash against them from every side … Continue reading
Peter Beaumont guardian.co.uk, Thursday 8 October 2009 17.35 BST Islam may be most closely associated with the Middle East, where it emerged in Arabia in the seventh century, but today the region is home to only one in five of … Continue reading
We pray Michael finds in the next life, the peace that so eluded him in this one, by the grace of the all encompassing, most compassionate God…