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Benefit: Islām Is Not Class-Centric!

In the Name of Allāh, the Ever Merciful, the Bestower of Mercy

In the history of Islām and the study of ḥadīth, knowledge was sought from its people, regardless of their lineage or "class". To this day, in religions such as Hinduism, religious knowledge is restricted to those of noble lineage. In this benefit, our brother Mūsá Richardson presents a few narrations from the early generations of Islām highlighting the excellence of the person of knowledge over the general people, despite their background. An example of how Islām was 1400 years ahead of the racial debate - no distinction between the educator and the student except knowledge. It is ironic and unwarranted that some critics today attack Islām as being something unjust or archaic when the sharīʿah establised the rights of people of all backgrounds and colours, male or female. Take a listen, may Allāh have mercy upon you.


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Benefit: The Nation of Islam (NOI) Are Kuffār; Their Origin Is Kufr and We Make Takfīr of Them

In the Name of Allāh, the Ever Merciful, the Bestower of Mercy

In a lecture delivered in July 2007 as part of the first Islamic Summer Courses with Mūsá Richardson ('Aqīdah Course, Class 7 of 12), some discussion was made on the "Beliefs of the Nation of Islām." This audio was excerpted and made available on troid.ca as From the Beliefs of the 'Nation of Islām' and published online on the 17th of Oct. 2007. During this discourse, while clearly identifying their disbelief, the speaker refrained from applying the ruling of takfīr to the NOI specifically. Our beloved brother, Abū al-ʿAbbās Mūsá Richardson clarifies this mistake by mentioning what has reached him of good advice and correction including the speech of Scholars who have made takfīr of the NOI (Nation of Islām) noting importantly, that they are not those who ever were within the realm of Islām to begin with (i.e. their origin is disbelief).

Extracted from the Explanation of Masaa'il al-Jāhiliyyah Class Audio


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Racism: Is There a Solution?

   

An excellent explanation of the Islamic position on racism. An Important observation in light of various groups such as “The Nation of Islām” (disbelivers and non-Muslims), and their various offshoots such as the Ansārullāh, the Moorish American Science Temple and the 5%ers.