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Abdul Malik Mujahid

Capital Hill Terror: thinking, talking and action points

By Imam Abdul Malik Mujahid
Whether criminals are Muslim or White, they are hurting humanity and we have a responsibility to condemn and speak out against it.  Avoid generalizations. Not all Trump supporters are violent; not all Whites voted for him; not all of his voters approve of terrorizing Congress. A number of Black Americans and as many as 30 percent of Muslim Americans voted for President Trump.

Dealing with stress

By Abdul Malik Mujahid
“Being patient gives us control in situations where we feel we have little or no control. ‘We cannot control what happens to us but we can control our reaction to our circumstances’ is the mantra of many modern-day self-help books. Patience helps us keep a positive attitude in times of hardship.
Excuse me, you are not running the world. He is…”

US supreme court honours Prophet Muhammad as a great law-giver

By Abdul Malik Mujahid
” Shariah law applies to Muslims only. It cannot be imposed on non-Muslims. Unfortunately, the brutal and often biased implementation of criminal law in some Muslim countries has given Sharia a bad name. The Prophet would be horrified to see this merciless brutality in the name of Islam by some Muslims…”

Christmas a time for bridge-building

Treating Christmas with Respect Christmas is an annual Christian religious holiday commemorating the birth of Prophet Jesus, peace be upon him. For …

Dealing with stress

Khutbah: Dealing with Stress By Abdul Malik Mujahid, USA “As-salámu ‘alaikum wa rahmatul láhi wa barakátuh!” “A-úthu billáhi minash shaytánir rajeem.  Bismilláhir …

Holocaust denial, free speech and Islamophobia

While it is fitting that Irving was punished for this (Holocaust denial) crime, it is surprising that the same countries that punish those who commit anti-Semitism cannot understand why Muslims are offended by the Danish cartoons. The fact that it becomes an issue of a “free speech” when Muslims are involved, and an odious offense when other religious groups are concerned smacks clearly of Islamophobia.


Our capacities are limited. Allah’s are unlimited. We are responsible for following His command by doing our duty and making a right choice in the world of choices and following them up with action…