Post Tagged with: "European Muslims"

What a White Muslim Sub-Community Would Look Like

What a White Muslim Sub-Community Would Look Like

When one steps into a mosque in the West, we either see Muslims predominately from one ethnic group, or an array of different ethnicities with a few token converts. The mosques have been present in the West for decades, yet converts, especially White converts, are difficult to acquire, maintain, and make them feel like they are fully part of the[Read More…]

November 11, 2018 0 comments Society
Sinead O’Connor and Sick White Converts

Sinead O’Connor and Sick White Converts

”After having converted to Islam, Sinead O’Connor no longer wants to be around any white people whom she called “disgusting” and seemed to think include all non-Muslims. The 51-year-old singer, who now goes by the name Shuhada’ Davitt, even acknowledged that the sentiment she was about to express Tuesday is racist. “I’m terribly sorry. What I’m about to say is[Read More…]

November 11, 2018 0 comments Our vision
Icelandic Nasheed on The Death of Abu Lahab

Icelandic Nasheed on The Death of Abu Lahab

October 23, 2018 0 comments History & Culture
Scottish Muslims and Ottomans

Scottish Muslims and Ottomans

As the rest of the world – and indeed, the rest of the United Kingdom – finally wakes up to the fact that Scotland may well become an independent state in just a few days’ time, I thought it would be appropriate to take a wee look at an episode in Ottoman-Scottish relations. Although the Sublime State never had formal[Read More…]

October 21, 2018 0 comments History & Culture
Aždaha – European Muslim Dragons

Aždaha – European Muslim Dragons

Unique in the Bosnian Muslim slavic mythology are the stories of the ”Aždaha”, the snake like dragon creatures. The word Aždaha is derived from the Turkish/Persian word ejdehâ. The stories about the dragons were widespread in Bosnia before Islam took roots there as well. Motifs of the dragons and serpents can be found on the medieval Bosniak Stećak tombstones from[Read More…]

September 23, 2018 0 comments History & Culture
“The” European Muslims in Europe and America

“The” European Muslims in Europe and America

With the turmoil in the Muslim world and the rise of global terrorism there are many debates about “European Muslims”, “American Muslims”, and “Western Muslims”. These discussions come out as a pressure felt by western Muslims to distance themselves from terrorists; and also as a categorization between “good” Muslims and “bad” Muslims. Today we speak about the need of an[Read More…]

September 4, 2018 0 comments Society
Too Local, Too Global, What is Optimal?

Too Local, Too Global, What is Optimal?

In search of the correct model of their identity, the known white converts prefer to turn to any alternative, rather than move by most obvious and logical way. So, one of them tries to “heal” white Muslims from their whiteness, offering them to feel Muslim Rednecks or Southern Muslims (of the USA). By itself, such an approach is quite organic[Read More…]

July 21, 2018 0 comments Our vision
SREBRENICA…

SREBRENICA…

In the days following the 11th July.  23 years ago, the largest genocide in Europe after the second world war was unfolding. More than 8000 ethnic European Muslims were butchered by the Orthodox religious extremists after the Srebrenica “safe zone” was betrayed and delivered into their hands. Before the international court for war crimes in Hague, the case of organized[Read More…]

July 12, 2018 0 comments History & Culture
Caring for White Muslims and Wolves in Sheep’s Clothing

Caring for White Muslims and Wolves in Sheep’s Clothing

In the West, there is a category of dai’s, both working with white Muslims or the white Muslims themselves, who understand that without attracting whites to Islam, Islam will remain in the ghetto of minorities. They show friendliness to white people interested in Islam, as well as to white converts, they want them to feel comfortable in a new environment.[Read More…]

July 8, 2018 2 comments Our vision
An Albanian ruler of Egypt

An Albanian ruler of Egypt

Muhammad Ali of Egypt (1769-1849). Albanian Ottoman governor of Egypt and later the Khedive of Egypt and Sudan. Born into Albanian family in present day Kavala, northern Greece. Muhammad Ali was a brilliant military strategist, politician and reformer who attempted to make Egypt his own personal kingdom, later on, even winning wars against the Ottoman Empire. Some of his most[Read More…]

July 1, 2018 0 comments History & Culture