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Aleppo Bleeding

I have a request. Take a moment or two to hop on Google. Do an image search for “Aleppo 2010” Take another moment to reflect on the true human reality of this. imagine walking or driving those street. kids skipping to school with cellphones in their pockets, families going out to dinner and to stroll… Continue reading Aleppo Bleeding

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On Seeing Color

I’m going to challenge something here. I saw a post recently repeating a concept I often hear espoused with pride (mostly by white mothers and fathers, though not exclusively so) A mother was discussing how, when her children describe someone to her, they are not to mention this person’s race/color/ethnicity. Honestly, I have an issue… Continue reading On Seeing Color

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Thanksgiving is permissible….Unless you are Muslim

Scenario 1: Claim: Thanksgiving is a secular/non religious holiday, and therefore there is no problem in celebrating it. Response: Observance if an inherently christian american ritual is imitation of the Kuffar, which is sternly warned against. Evidence: “Whoever imitates a people is one of them.” Narrated by Abu Dawood (4031) and classed as saheeh by… Continue reading Thanksgiving is permissible….Unless you are Muslim