Post Tagged with: "Identity"

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
What Can Black Muslims Teach White Muslims? And Why Do They Learn The Opposite?

What Can Black Muslims Teach White Muslims? And Why Do They Learn The Opposite?

Isn’t it funny that white converts connected with the Warith Deen Muhammad community (also known as The American Society of Al-Islam), or even with past in the Nation of Islam, speak about the problems of white Muslims in the U.S. today? Although I lived on the other side of the Earth, for me as a white European interested in Islam,[Read More…]

August 29, 2018 0 comments Our vision
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
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
PRIORITIES, people!

PRIORITIES, people!

Random hypothetical scenario: 1. President X of not-existent Eastern European country Bieloslavatia (or the Caribbean Puerto Tobagahamas) declares that himself and his whole nation are ready to accept Islam, but he will not accept foreigners (Muslims or not, economic immigrants or refugees) from too much different cultures – not on the basis of a delusion of not-existent “ethnic purity” nor[Read More…]

April 21, 2018 1 comment Our vision
Can European Muslims ignore “American discourse”?

Can European Muslims ignore “American discourse”?

Some native European Muslims who, like us, do not support the view of Islam as a religion of only non-whites or immigrants, nevertheless believe that we make the mistake by adopting American “racial” discourse in Europe. They believe that in Europe the problem of anti-white racism under the banners of Islam can be solved through the adherence of European Muslims[Read More…]

April 1, 2018 2 comments Our vision
Julius Evola & Traditionalist School – Abdal Hakim Murad

Julius Evola & Traditionalist School – Abdal Hakim Murad

An Islamic perspective on one of the great critics of modernity, and our current crisis of identity.

March 21, 2018 0 comments Society
On European Muslim nationalism

On European Muslim nationalism

In theory, we know that Muslims should be a single political body – the Ummah. In practice, however, we see that the Saudis are at odds with Qataris, the Emirates with the Turks, the Egyptians with the Sudanese, the Pakistanis with the Bangladeshis and so on. Also, Ibn Khaldun explained why, long before the creation of modern nation-states, the Ummah[Read More…]

March 10, 2018 0 comments Our vision
A language, idealism and the reality

A language, idealism and the reality

Last time, we already talked about the fact that the use of language alone is incapable of creating or eliminating an organically rooted identity.   This time we would like to touch upon another misconception that the supporters of such a view have. Namely, their notion of language as something spiritual, while blood relationship is considered to be materialistic.  [Read More…]

March 6, 2018 0 comments Our vision
Dutch Muslim Dennis: I became more aware of my culture and race

Dutch Muslim Dennis: I became more aware of my culture and race

A conversation of Dutch Muslim Dennis Honig with Haroun Sidorov, CEO of I4E As-salamy aleykum, Dennis! 1. Please, tell us about you. Where are you from, what is your background, occupation, etc. Wa aleykumu as-salam! My name is Dennis Honing, i am 27 years old, father of 4 kids. I have converted to Islam in 2008, alhamduli-Llah. First I was copying[Read More…]

March 4, 2018 0 comments Our guest