On this day in 1965 a Muslim leader in the Western world was assassinated. Check out or special resource page reminding us of the life and impact of El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz, better known as Malcolm X, rahimahullah.
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In this short article, I would like to share some historical notes about Islam’s first connections with Sub-Saharan (i.e. Black) Africa.
Imagine a legendary city in 16th century West Africa where thousands of Black African students pondered over the latest ideas in science, mathematics, and medicine.
The life, legacy, and martyrdom of Malcolm X (raḥimahu Allāhu)
In this Face to Face episode, Fahad Ansari discusses some pertinent lessons from the wisdom of Al-Hajj Malik el-Shabbaz, more popularly known as Malcolm X, rahimahullah.
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How Islam Empowered Africa #BlackHistoryMonth
Frederick Douglass, the infamous runaway slave who became a strong orator of the abolitionist movement, highlights in his autobiography a…
In an age when Muslims in the West find themselves as a minority, it is time for us to examine the life of Malcolm X and adopt his attitudes and beliefs as a template for our own attitudes and behaviour.