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What’s Islam? Islam in Brief (Yusuf Estes)

What’s Islam? Islam in Brief (Yusuf Estes)

Yusuf Estes was born in the mid-west United States 1944 to a religious Christian family. They to Houston, Texas in 1949 where he grew in the Disciples of Christ and was baptized into the church in 1956. Over the years he completed his studies in music and became a music teacher, well known entertainer and businessman and finally a music[Read More…]

November 12, 2017 0 comments Faith
Our mission – Islam for Europeans

Our mission – Islam for Europeans

  Nowadays, political agenda of our modern world seems to be such: Islam opposes Europeans. In troth, Islam is associated by many Europeans with the threat of: Death – by “Islamic terrorism”; Country destruction – by uncontrolled migration; Lack of freedom – cause of prohibition of anything, that`s so valuable to typical Europeans: Cultural losses – cause of hegemony of[Read More…]

October 9, 2017 0 comments Our Mission
Islam&Nationalism (Shaykh Zaid Shakir)

Islam&Nationalism (Shaykh Zaid Shakir)

The nation-state and nationalism are both modern phenomena. In his article for Renovatio, Zaid Shakir writes that Islam contains clear arguments against the most important elements of nationalism. This conversation explores the contents of his article, Where Islam and Nationalism Collide, to be published in Vol I, Issue II of Renovatio: the Journal of Zaytuna College.

October 9, 2017 0 comments Our vision
Why I converted to Islam (Timothy Winter)

Why I converted to Islam (Timothy Winter)

  Timothy Winter’s (Shaykh Abdul Hakim Murad) BBC Radio 3 interview on his conversion to Islam with Joan Bakewell. Joan Bakewell talks to Cambridge University chaplain and Muslim convert Tim Winter, known as Shaykh Abdal Hakim Murad. He explores the moral sense of the sacred, instilled in him by his mother, his search for a connection with his creator and[Read More…]

October 9, 2017 0 comments Faith
Islam and cultures (Umar Faruq Abd-Allah)

Islam and cultures (Umar Faruq Abd-Allah)

  ISLAM AND THE CULTURAL IMPERATIVE For centuries, Islamic civilization harmonized indigenous forms of cultural expression with the universal norms of its sacred law. It struck a balance between temporal beauty and ageless truth and fanned a brilliant peacock’s tail of unity in diversity from the heart of China to the shores of the Atlantic. Islamic jurisprudence helped facilitate this[Read More…]

October 9, 2017 0 comments History & Culture
Islam – A Rational Faith (Murad Wilfried Hofmann)

Islam – A Rational Faith (Murad Wilfried Hofmann)

Murad Wilfried Hofman. Ph.D (Law) Harvard. German Social Scientist and Diplomat. Embraced Islam in 1980. Dr. Hofmann, who accepted Islam in 1980, was born as a Catholic in Germany in 1931. He graduated from Union College in New York and completed his legal studies at Munich University where he received a doctorate in jurisprudence in 1957. He became a research[Read More…]

October 9, 2017 0 comments Faith
Islam and the West (Abdul Hakim Murad)

Islam and the West (Abdul Hakim Murad)

October 9, 2017 0 comments History & Culture