Saturday, September 17, 2011

F.B.I. Chided for Training That Was "Critical of Islam" (NYT's headline...)

Pakistan floods: world ignoring humanitarian crisis

via Shaykh Faraz

FBI manual: Muslims are terror sympathisers (Video with Spencer Ackerman, the journalist who broke this story for

The Last Ten Nights of Ramadan 2011 (or really on seeking forgiveness of God and repenting)

At the Lighthouse Mosque in Oakland, CA.

The Sacred Month of Rajab - Ebadur Rahman

From a while back (6/10/11) but just got released...

Michael C. Desch: Swim against the tide: Recognize Palestine at the U.N.

Tariq Ramadan: Erdoğan visits Egypt, Tunisia and Libya

Robert Reich: The Election of 2012: Why the Most Important Issues May Be Off the Table (But Should Be On It)

Adhaan in British Sign Language by Al Isharah

(Audio by Nader Khan) Shaykh Umar Al-Yafi's Supplication for Divine Assistance

Shaykh Hamza Eid Khutba: God-Consciousness After Ramadan

Eid al-Fitr 2011 sermon delivered by Shaykh Hamza Yusuf at the Santa Clara Fairgrounds in San Jose, California, on August 31, 2011.

God-Consciousness After Ramadan from on Vimeo.

Gallatin panel tackles hate crimes [feat. yours truly]

George Monibot: On Trying To Be Less Wrong

Thanks Khalid!

Thursday, September 15, 2011

FBI Teaches Agents: ‘Mainstream’ Muslims Are ‘Violent, Radical’ By Spencer Ackerman

via Dustin

Race, orthodoxy, and “real” Islam by Sylvia Chan-Malik

via Dustin

CNN: Brian Todd reports on a controversial FBI training presentation depicting mainstream Muslims as terrorist sympathizers.

Contentions 17 by Abdal Hakim Murad [September 2011]

Cambridge Muslim College

Sheikh Hamza Yusuf at 911 Unity Walk 2011

Zaytuna College Convocation 2011-12

Sunday, September 11, 2011

Robert Fisk: For 10 years, we've lied to ourselves to avoid asking the one real question - Robert Fisk, Commentators - The Independent

Sherman A. Jackson: 9/11 A Decade Later: The Ironic Impact Of Islamophobia

Three Questions for American Muslims: Omid Safi

1. What is the most pressing issue or concern for you as a Muslim in America today, 10 years after the tragedy of 9/11?

That we have spent so much time telling people what Islam is NOT (“not about terrorism”, “not about extremism”, “not about oppressing women”) that we have lost of the moral mandate to articulate what Islam is about, can be about, and by God’s grace will be about (a means of uniting humanity, transforming hearts, and uplifting us to God’s presence).