He starts with a line from a Mahmoud Darwish poem, the renowned Palestinian poet. "Sajjil Ana Arabi", "Record that I am an Arab" the line goes. It's all about identity he explains. WNYMuslims' founder Professor Faizan Haq speaks about the struggle today's Muslims face on how to be relevant in an ever growing society and modern world. Watch his presentation HERE, which took place at this year's first ever Upstate New York ICNA convention in Rochester. Thank you to everyone who came out to meet us!
And since I hear the Iqamah,
Hiya alas Salah!
Hiya alal Falah!
Yuqeemon as Salah! **
See what I did there? Hohoho!
It's that time of year. That time of the year when it's Christmas/Hannukah season and that time of the century when BOTH eids have come and gone for the current year. What are us poor muslims ...
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Featured Photograph of the Week
This week's photo is by SunSpin Media Creative Director Jerry Thres, taken of a beautiful sunset captured at Buffalo Outer Harbor. Jerry, who considers photography a hobby and passion, managed to steal this gem with his cell phone.
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