Had Sheikh Abdullāh Azzam been alive today, would the following have happened? Would there have been a 9/11? Would there have been ISIS? Would young Muslim men be travelling to Syria for ‘Jihad’ armed with boxes full of condoms? It is unlikely.
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Did you know the pledge of Ibn Bādīs went on to become the motto of independent Algeria?
Al-Qassam devoted himself to moral reform, endlessly encouraging the community to keep regular prayers, maintain the obligatory fast, and strive to eradicate gambling and consumption of alcohol.
Although many know him as the founder of one of the original and most influential Islamic revivalist movements, Jamaat-e-Islami, did you know that Maulana Maududi was also part of establishing and running the Islamic University of Madinah?
It is a disaster to think that controversial figures like Mother Teresa are more well known in Muslim households than Dr Abdul Rahman al-Sumait.
Before UFC champion Khabib Nurmagomedov claimed the title of the ‘Lion and Eagle of Dagestan’, there was one particular man whose legacy still resonates across the Caucasus region – a man who was greater and much more powerful in rank.
Moazzam Begg writes on the life and legacy of Zaynab al-Ghazali and why you need to know about her
Bediüzzaman Said Nursi and his humble students gave their lives to plant a seed from which Turkey still enjoys the fruits; the seed of a true Islamic revival.
Sh Ali Hammuda introduces a new collaborative series with Dr Uthman Lateef, Ust Fatima Barkatulla, Sh Bilal Ismail, Moazzam Begg, Dilly Hussain, and many more on a very important theme