Shaykh Ali Hammuda

Shaykh Ali Ihsan Hammuda is Islam21c's Tarbiya Editor. A UK national of Palestinian origin, he gained bachelor's and Masters degrees in Architecture & Planning from the University of the West of England, before achieving a BA in Shari'ah from al-Azhar University in Egypt. Shaykh Ali is the author of several books including The Daily Revivals, The Ten Lanterns, and The Friday Reminder. He delivers sermons, lectures, and regular classes across the country. He is currently based in Wales and is a visiting Imām at al-Manar Centre in Cardiff, and also a senior researcher and lecturer for the Muslim Research & Development Foundation in London.
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Knowing freedom in light of Palestine

28 Min Read

Palestine has surely taught us the real meaning of freedom, especially as it remains free despite being oppressed.

Correcting the concept of victory after the ICJ ruling

21 Min Read

Can you link a boy, a monk, a king, a magician, and the People of the Ditch to the recent ICJ ruling against Israel?

Have you reached the critical limit?

14 Min Read

When you end up at the critical limit at various points in life, divine care is always sure to follow!

The trait shared by the earliest to accept Islam

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In part three of a series on responsibility, we find that being responsible is the key to joy and freedom.

Thank you, Gaza!

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We salute the noble Gazans from all walks of life, be they mothers, fathers, elders, children, doctors, nurses, or journalists.

Irresponsibility and how to cross that hurdle

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In part two of a series on responsibility, we hear about common examples of irresponsibility and how to combat it.

Prophetic call to individual responsibility

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In part one of a series on responsibility, we learn about individual responsibility and the Prophetic direction behind it.

OCD: Destigmatising by addressing behaviours

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In part three of three, we learn how to tackle scrupulosity (religious OCD) by addressing behavioural aspects.

OCD: Demystifying by addressing the mind

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In part two of three, we learn how to tackle scrupulosity (religious OCD) by addressing matters of the mind.

OCD: Defining, Demystifying, & Destigmatising

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In part one of three, we learn about religious OCD or scrupulosity, and how it can seriously harm you if left unaddressed.