The remarkable history of Ahl al-Hadīth from the first three generations of the Salaf shows them bringing truth to power and sacrificing their souls and reputations to that effect. Such reveals the enormous gulf between them and the many contemporaries who deceptively claim they are the continuation of that legacy.
Rebellion against unjust rulers was common among the scholars of the Salaf, in this part of the series Ahmed Hammuda highlights the era of the Tabi’un, including the great Imams Abu Hanifa and Malik.
“Scholars of Hadīth have a profound history of political opposition.”
The Syrian revolution was NOT khuruj
Kanye West stooped to new lows when he suggested that 400 years of slavery was a “choice”
A sinister narrative mirroring Srebrenica about “good” and “bad” rebel groups in Syria needs to be addressed if we are to prevent another genocide
Z A Rahman ponders over the difference: the revolt led by the Ulama of India in May 1857 & the Ulama of CVE in 2017…
I have always keenly examined the psychology of the ‘Ex-Muslim’ phenomenon so I was intrigued to hear of ITV’s documentary…
The Modern World’s Debt to Islām Part 1: Out of Darkness Into Light Part 2: How the Justice of Islām…