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Two White Muslims (Intro of the Youtube channel)

Two White Muslims (Intro of the Youtube channel)

The Two White Muslims bring you “Inislam”, a free video resource to enable you to develop your understanding of the religion of Islam. 21 videos each of 3-5 minutes duration cover every aspect of Islam. The complete course is designed for non-Muslims and Muslims alike. We hope you enjoy them.

January 23, 2018 2 comments Faith
Social media’s culture: An Islamic perspective

Social media’s culture: An Islamic perspective

Anyone who follows social media or even cable news has wittingly or unwittingly come across what is called, for better or for worse, ‘Call-Out Culture,’ namely the phenomenon of representatives of particular points of view, often social justice or anti-racism advocates, drawing public attention to what they view a discriminatory, oppressive or insensitive words or conduct. Calling-Out has become increasingly frequent,[Read More…]

January 21, 2018 0 comments Society
Progress and the nature of morality

Progress and the nature of morality

Liberal secular progressives (including humanists, atheists, reformists, etc.) think there is nothing wrong with morality changing over time and view it as a natural, inevitable process that we should all embrace. Unfortunately for them, they are deeply confused about the very nature of morality.   These individuals have no problem with religious morality being discarded over time because they do[Read More…]

January 20, 2018 0 comments Faith
How an Englishman became a Muslim and happy to be it

How an Englishman became a Muslim and happy to be it

Do you think about converting to Islam, but have obstacles that hold you back? Junaid, a Muslim convert from Britain, was once in the same position and we hope that hearing from a Muslim convert inspires you to push forward in your conversion to Islam.  

January 11, 2018 0 comments Faith
Street da’wah (a call to Islam)

Street da’wah (a call to Islam)

A smart conversation of John Fontain and German atheist.

January 5, 2018 0 comments Faith
Stereotypes about Prophet Muhammad ﷺ (Jonathan Brown)

Stereotypes about Prophet Muhammad ﷺ (Jonathan Brown)

Jonathan Andrew Cleveland Brown (born 1977) is an American scholar of Islamic studies. Brown was born on August 9, 1977 in Washington, DC. He was raised as an Episcopalian and converted to Islam in 1997.Brown is Sunni and follows the Hanbali school of Islamic jurisprudence.Brown graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in History in 2000 from Georgetown[Read More…]

January 4, 2018 0 comments Faith
Open markets in Islam

Open markets in Islam

Markets in Madina were public institutions (awqaf). The Islamic cities were, above all, a market-city. The importance of the Suq in the formation and development of the Muslim city cannot be underestimated. Muslim cities were founded on the combination of a Great Market and a Great Mosque. This combination was the heart of every city. Ottoman developers called this combination[Read More…]

December 31, 2017 0 comments Society
Women, Modesty and Hijab (Abdal Hakim Murad)

Women, Modesty and Hijab (Abdal Hakim Murad)

An interview with Shaykh Abdal Hakim Murad (Timothy Winter) about women, modesty and hijab in Islam.

December 31, 2017 0 comments Faith
About atheists (Hamza Yusuf)

About atheists (Hamza Yusuf)

American scholar of European origin Hamza Yusuf speaks about atheists as Self limiting people.

December 23, 2017 0 comments Faith
Mum, Dad, I’m Not Celebrating Christmas (John Fontain)

Mum, Dad, I’m Not Celebrating Christmas (John Fontain)

John Fontain was raised as a Christian but always believed in the concept of One God. In 2006 he started looking into Islam after coming in contact with Muslims in West Africa. Having researched the religion he finally embraced Islam in 2008, in Cairo, Egypt. Since then he has been actively involved in Da’wah work (inviting people to Islam).

December 21, 2017 0 comments Faith