16 Sep, 2020

Hossam Gamea Deconstructs the Racist Myth of Overpopulation

      We often, especially in the West, hear about the concept of overpopulation. Especially in a time like now, where severe consequences of climate change are apparent in the exacerbated wild fires across the West Coast, many are turning to question the amount of resource consumption and waste emission per population. Many have

16 Sep, 2020

Mohamad Habehh Speaks with JFA Now! on Upcoming Palestine Advocacy Day

    On September 2nd, Justice for All Now!, a TV program created by the organization Justice for All. This is a live show that streams on MuslimNetwork TV, and can be watched via Galaxy 19 Satellite, Roku, Apple TV, and Amazon Fire TV. This episode was regarding the recent developments in Palestine, and explored

16 Sep, 2020

Taher Herzallah Hosts Episode 2 of AMP’s #LetsTalkBLM

    Earlier this summer, American Muslims for Palestine launched a new webinar series titled #LetsTalkBLM, that features Black scholars, activists, and gamechangers of all backgrounds to discuss Black liberation and resistance. Episode two was on “Resisting Racism in Real Time”, and was hosted by Taher Herzallah, the Director of Outreach for American Muslims for Palestine. An

19 Aug, 2020

Taher Herzallah: AMP to Host “Virtual Palestine Advocacy Day” 2020

    American Muslims for Palestine is a “national education and grassroots-based organization, dedicated to educating the American public about Palestine and its rich cultural, historical and religious heritage.” Since 2015, AMP has held an annual Palestine Advocacy Day and Training weekend to educate activists, students, and leaders from across the nation on advocacy for

19 Aug, 2020

Mohamad Habehh’s Khutba on Justice in Islam

    In September, the Dar al-Hijrah Islamic Center of Virginia hosted Mohamad Habehh, a renowned activist, for a Friday khutba on the topic of community building and learning from the examples of leaders and community members in the Quran. Hafidh Mohamad Habehh gave a sermon exploring the story of Talut and Jalut – and how with trust

19 Aug, 2020

Mohamed Magid on Cultural Competence in our Mosques

    In a lecture that has recently resurfaced Mohamed Magid speaks in discussion with Amam Ali, Habeeb Quadri, and Janaan Hashim with a crowd at the Islamic Society of North America on the topic of re-imagining the mosque for the youth. Many Islamic centers continually discuss ways to engage the youth in the community to draw

19 Aug, 2020

Hossam Gamea and Muslim Non-Profits During COVID-19

    As COVID-19 rages across the country and hits several Americans economically, many businesses find themselves in a bind to keep up their finances. In the wake of this fiasco non-profits especially suffer from a sector that already struggles with maintaining financial stability. While many depend on donations and fundraisers, that means that those

19 Aug, 2020

Imam Omar Suleiman’s Video Series on Prophet Ibrahim

    This week marks the ten blessed days of Dhul-Hijjah in the Islamic tradition in which Muslims undertake the holy pilgrimage of Hajj. Although the Hajj has been limited this year due to COVID, a number of online resources have emerged so there are still many ways for Muslims to reap the blessings of

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