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Dr. Husni Hammuda

Duties we owe to others

By Dr Husni Hammuda
“The Rohinya, for example, are one of the most persecuted people in the world today. We owe them a duty of care. They are our brothers and sisters and we should do whatever we can to help them in their hour of need….”

A history of Al Aqsa mosque

By Dr Husni Hammuda
“In the opening verse of Sura Al Isra’ Allah mentions the blessed precincts of the Al Aqsa mosque. It is a very special place. It is the only mosque on earth where Prophet Muhammad sws led all his predecessors in prayer, during the auspicious Night Journey and Ascention (Al Isra wal Mi’raj)…

Continue good deeds after Ramadan

By Dr Husni Hammuda
“You and I must take it as our individual responsibility to reshape the negative image of Islam. We must be the happy, helpful smiling face of Islam to our neighbours and our colleagues in the workplace. This is a very good time to share Allah’s beautiful religion with others…”

Be generous in Ramadan!

By Dr Husni Hammuda
“Generosity isn’t only about money, although, if you are wealthy, then money does play a big part. Generosity is more about your attitude: giving others your time, your expertise, your love, your compassion, and yes, also your money, out of love and gratitude to Allah, the Most Generous One…”

Where are today’s Muslim historians?

By Dr Husni Hammuda
“600 years ago, Ibn Khaldun’s Muqaddimah (Prolegomena, or Introduction to history) laid the foundations for modern Sociology and Demography. He saw history as a process of causes and effects, rather than just a list of dates and events. Where are our modern Muslim Ibn Khalduns? If we don’t write our own history, someone else will, using their own bias and prejudice. We will then only have ourselves to blame….”

Helping Muslims in Aleppo and other war zones

By Dr Husni Hammuda
“The people of Syria are like you and me: They had homes, jobs, schools, and suddenly their whole world is turned upside down. No one is there to help them. They deserve our help. Give whatever you can: money, food, clothing: anything that can help restore their dignity, their lives, their safetly…”

The Verse of Light: Ayatul Nur

By Dr Husni Hammuda
“Light upon light means, Allah’s light of Guidance falling on your Fitra, your unblemished soul, your pure, natural disposition…”

Why is Friday the best day of the week?

By Dr Husni Hammuda
“The day of Jumma (Friday) is so important for many reasons:
The scholars tell us that it is greater than Eiidul Fitr and Eidul Adha; it is day that Adam and Eve were cast out of Heaven; it is also the Day forgave them. The Day of Judgement will also be on a Friday, Al Yawm al Jumu’ah