Tag: sufferingoftheummah2016

Have Charity Appeals made us War Photographers?

You have been seeing so many charity appeals... Have you become desensitised? Do you change the channel and forget? Have you become a War Photographer?

14th August Massacre: Remembering #Rabaa

Ahmed Hammuda recounts one of the bloodiest massacres of unarmed protesters in recent world history, whose perpetrators are still at large.

When the Muslims of Burma were free

The Rohingya Muslims are predominantly from the region in Myanmar, Burma, called Arakan. It is also known as the Rakhine State which has exerted considerable political and cultural influence on the Southern and South-Eastern parts of Bangladesh from the early medieval times. A long mountain range separates the rest of

More Muslims burned alive by ISIS

إنا لله وإنا إليه راجعون Yet again, we are bombarded with another indescribably horrific video of a torturous murder from the non-Islamic non-State production house; swelling their existing monstrous bunch of psychotic material. As the blood of the world boils at the mere receipt of the news, the silence of

#AleppoIsDying – “What Use is Protesting?”

I have seen many comments and messages from people questioning the point of petitions, demonstrations, lobbying campaigns and even prayer to try and stop the ongoing genocide in Aleppo. People are frustrated and feel they must do something. Others question the usefulness but do not offer alternative solutions. There are

Islamic Thought 9 Min Read

Calamities are the time for Qunūt

During atrocities and calamities, we need to engage in Qunūt (collectively supplicating to Allah subḥānahu wa ta'āla).

[Video] #AleppoIsDying: Think with your head – Important lessons

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vMV3hdYjTU0 In this exclusive session, Sh Dr Haitham al-Haddad takes on the momentary issue of the suffering of the people of Aleppo with knowledge & wisdom to conclude on some important lessons. This includes short & long term solutions. Source: www.islam21c.com

#AleppoIsDying but her people are victorious

Never in the history of war has the world been able to follow, up close and personal, the lives and the news of people who have suffered during a brutal war.  However, we have watched and read in disbelief as the people have sent their ‘final’ messages from besieged eastern Aleppo.  Whose

#AleppoIsDying – 12 things you can do

After the pitiful debate in Parliament today here are 12 actions all UK citizens can call for and things you can do against Assad and his supporters. I. Make sincere du'ā to Allāh to help the people suffering, bring them victory and dignity, have mercy on their shuhadā. Also make du'ā to

Aleppo: Starved, Bombed, Gassed, Broken but not Defeated

Aleppo: Starved, Bombed, Gassed, Broken but not Defeated The regime has finally broken the rebel defences in besieged eastern Aleppo and has retaken a third of the territory. Up to 20,000 people have fled from rebel held areas as the regime has moved in. Most of them headed to Kurdish