Abdur-Raheem Green

Abdur-Raheem Green is the founder and Chairman of The Islamic Education and Research Academy
4 Articles

I used to be a mouthpiece for Israel. Then this happened

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In this episode of Empowered by Islam21c, we hear the story of how Shaykh Abdurraheem Green went from being a supporter of Israel to being a proponent of freedom for Palestinians.

Returning Jihadis aren’t so bad, I used to be one

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Returning Jihādis from Syria now potentially face a new charge alongside being accused of terrorism: Treason! Let us leave aside how such an approach plays right into the hands of the ISIS narrative; such blanket treatment of suspects is…well it is just not British! Add to that the outrageous suggestions by Boris that those returning from Syria should be presumed guilty unless proven innocent. This shows the sort of disregard for the basic norms of a just and fair legal system that we have come to expect from the very group that, with just a murmur of dissent, the British

Islam is the Cure to Racism

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Black History Month - Islām is the Solution for our racial problems Racism is evil. It divides us. Through it, hatred, conflict and tyranny ensue and from that emerges untold suffering. Yet the racist cannot see it. This is because for them others are not truly human in the same way that they are. This is because racism is the belief that one is superior and better purely by virtue of their race or the colour of one’s skin, or ethnic origin. It is the idea that only my race and only my group of people are truly human. Everyone

What is the Muslim solution to climate change?

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Global Warming, Climate Change: The Problem, the Solution “Climate change is the most severe problem we are facing today—more serious even than the threat of terrorism.” This is according to Sir David Anthony King, the former Chief Scientific Adviser to the British Government and Head of the Government Office for Science from October 2000 to 31 December 2007. The potential human suffering brought about as a direct consequence of the effects of global warming are catastrophic. The warming of the world's oceans is expanding their volume, while polar ice sheets have started to melt and glaciers around the world are