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Thursday, June 30, 2022
An Interview with Dr. Azim Beg, Principal of Charlotte Islamic Academy

An Interview with Dr. Azim Beg, Principal of Charlotte Islamic Academy

Give us an Introduction of yourself and your experience in Education. I am Mirza Azim Beg, the Principal of Charlotte Islamic Academy. I bring...

Dawah Lessons From a Master

From our interview with Sheikh Kemal El Makki Sheikh Kemal El Makki is one of Al Maghrib Institute's best loved instructors and Imams. Originally from...

Brotherhood Behind Bars:

The State of Muslim American Inmates of North & South Carolina by Imam Tamir Mutakabbir Based on my experience as a chaplain for the South Carolina...
Genuine and healthy Relationships - Ossama Salhia

Forming Genuine Relationships

By Imam Osamah Salhia Being genuine in our dealings with one another is a cornerstone in our growth as individuals and as a community. Islam...
Raising righteous youth in a secular society

Raising righteous youth in a secular society

An interview with ICC's Youth Director, Shaikh Muhammad Khan Originally from Guyana, in South America, Muhammad Khan is a relative newcomer to the Charlotte area. ...
Imam Mohamed Abu Taleb

Imam AbuTaleb – Creating a Legacy of Righteousness

Interview with Imam Mohamed AbuTaleb Mohamed AbuTaleb only arrived in NC a few short months ago, to succeed Imam Baianonie as the Imam of The...
Every time a terrorist action occurs we hear the same old Muslim Apologies. It is time for us as an ummah to take further steps and get active.

Evolving Beyond Muslim Apologies

Confronting Terrorism and Islamophobia Without More Muslim Apologies The attacks in Paris on Friday the 13th of November, 2015 triggered a global shockwave of reactions....

Exploring Ayesha’s Verses – Muslim Poetry

Unforunately, Muslim Poetry is an art form that seems to be a thing of the past; rarely do modern Muslim poets get the attention...
Young Hafiz – Guardians of the Word

Young Hafiz – Guardians of the Word

Three young men in our community have recently been recognized as Hafiz and are leading taraweeh here in Charlotte during this Ramadan. The Arabic root of “hafiz” directly translates to “guardian” so literally speaking, these young men are guardians of proper recitation and thereby protectors of the perfection of the prayers of those they lead. After speaking with them, it is clear that they take this task very seriously.
Saladdin, standing in front of an army, as portrayed by Ghassan Massoud in Ridley Scott’s Kingdom of Heaven is a rare moment where Muslim characters have been portrayed in a positive light by Hollywood.

Alex Kronemer: Telling the Stories of Muslims

by Duston Barto As Muslims, we're always very aware (whether we like it or not) of how we're portrayed on television and in the media....