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Awesome Ramadan memories…

August 8th · No Comments · Golden Rule, Hajj, Islam, Muslim, Prayer, Quran, Ramadan

… from Mecca (video). Just a few million of the world’s nearly 2 billion Muslims standing to observe the late-night Taraweeh prayer this past Ramadan. Pretty good English translation of the Arabiyya, for friends seeking to gain a sense of the beauty. I especially love the scenes in which the camera focuses on the Quran page from […]

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Texts of Ramadan greetings from Obama, Pelosi, Clinton

August 13th · No Comments · Barack Obama, Interfaith, Islam, Muslim, Prayer, Ramadan

Ramadan is a time when Muslims around the world reflect upon the wisdom and guidance that comes with faith, and the responsibility that human beings have to one another, and to God…And here in the United States, Ramadan is a reminder that Islam has always been part of America and that American Muslims have made […]

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Prophet Muhammad’s Pre-Ramadan Khutbah (sermon), and Imam W. Deen Mohammed’s Lecture on Ramadan

August 11th · 1 Comment · Creator, Imam W. Deen Mohammed, Interfaith, Islam, Muslim, Prayer, Prophet Muhammad, Quran, Ramadan

Courtesy of Imam Khalifah Ramadan: As Salaamu ‘Alaikum wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatu The Khutbah Given By The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) On The Last Friday Of Sha’ban On The Reception Of The Month of Ramadan O People!

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Observations on a National Day of Prayer

July 2nd · No Comments · American Civil Liberties Union, Delray Beach, Delray Beach Interfaith Clergy Association, Golden Rule, National Day of Prayer, Prayer, Separation of church and state, The Coastal Star

(Another original from I21 in The Coastal Star) How prayer would manifest in a municipal setting was my question when I learned that Delray Beach would host a National Day of Prayer observance in front of City Hall. The event, celebrated nationwide on the first Thursday each May, was established by Congress to encourage Americans […]

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