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Indeed, the path to liberation is long, and you and I may never see the end. But thank Allah, for what you saw in the last weeks was undoubtedly the beginning.
Burhan Uddin charts some of the blessings that have resulted from the attacks against Masjid al-Aqsa and the Palestinians.
Many Muslims may feel powerless witnessing the recent attack on Masjid al-Aqsa. Here are five things you and your family can do…
“We would like to say to the Palestinians who are standing on behalf of the Ummah in defending its honour and holy places, that the entire Ummah is proud of you and will not forget you in their prayers. Victory is close to you and the Ummah by the will of Allāh.”
The picture of the final moments of 12-year-old Muhammad al-Durrah’s life became one of the most iconic images of what became known as the Al-Aqsa Intifada, the uprising by Palestinians against decades of Israeli occupation. For me personally, the scene became etched in my mind forever.
May this be the beginning of something great for you and your spouse.
The reopening of the gate signals a victory for the Palestinian people and a defeat for the occupation in its attempt at ethnically cleansing the holy site.
Reflections from the blessed land
“The wounded are lying on the floor there are no more beds to accommodate them. The hospitals are overflowing.”