Similarities Between Taliban – Mustafa Farooq & Canadian Imams

Similarities Between Taliban – Mustafa Farooq & Canadian Imams

What is a Taliban? Taliban means seeker of knowledge.

In the true sense of the word Canadian Muslim scholars are Taliban.

What is the main goal or mission of the political group known as Taliban? Taliban official spokesmen have communicated that it is to establish a Caliphate – Islamic State – governed by shari’a law.

Senior respected influential Muslim Canadian leaders teach that it is a moral obligation for all Muslims to strive to implement shari’a law in Canada and the world. “Muslims do not want to take over for the sake of taking over.” “Wanting to establish sharia is a perfectly health, normal, thing for Muslims to want.” View Clip

In 2011, Mustafa Farooq CEO of NCCM, (National Council of Canadian Muslims), a leading Muslim advocacy and charitable organization that advises the Liberal Party on all matters concerning the Muslim community, did publicly state “We need to establish shari’a law in Edmonton, Ottawa, and Montreal and eliminate nation state identities”

Imam Shabbir Ally did say that groups such as “ISIS… are using verses from the Quran, Hadith and Shari’a law to justify their action”

Islamic Booth at Dundas SQ in Toronto distributes literature that instructs Muslims on their religions duty to fight to establish Sharia law.

ICNA Canada on it’s site has a book Garden of the Righteous so long as Kufr [disbelief] is present in this world, it is necessary to wage Jihad against it to finish it off, and so long as all the disbelievers do not openly accept Islam and adopt the Islamic way of life, Muslims are duty- bound to make Jihad against them.”

The following is excerpt from PETTITION 411 The precursor to m103.

  • Recently an infinitesimally small number of extremist individuals have conducted terrorist activities while claiming to speak for the religion of Islam. Their actions have been used as a pretext for a notable rise of anti-Muslim sentiments in Canada; and
  • These violent individuals do not reflect in any way the values or the teachings of the religion of Islam. In fact, they misrepresent the religion. We categorically reject all their activities. They in no way represent the religion, the beliefs and the desire of Muslims to co-exist in peace with all peoples of the world.

Is it reasonable, based on petition 411 and m103, to conclude that those who oppose establishing an Islamic state in Canada are participating in an act of Islamophobia?

Insult to Islam is London June 12th funeral procedure says Canadian Imam Younus Kathrada

Insult to Islam is London June 12th funeral procedure says Canadian Imam Younus Kathrada

Welcome to another segment of Islam moving Forward in Canada

A terrorist attack, took place in London Ontario June 8 2021 –  4 Muslims of the same family were killed.  This was a hate crime that was also racist & Islamophic. according to Justin Trudeau, Jagmeet Singh & Erin O’ Tool who in parliament Recited words from the Holy Quran chapter 41. Erin O’tool AIQ “Good & evil are not equal repel evil with good & be patient” CQ

However  – Younus Kahrada a Senior Imam from British Columbia spoke out about how the religion of Islam is offended and insulted by the fact that “Western” Values were incorporated in the funeral procedure

Younus Kathrada said AIQ

The Muslim community in London, Ontario could have taken the opportunity to teach their larger community how Muslims deal with death. Instead, they, along with a great many, chose to follow the ways of other than the Muslims. They held vigils, delayed the janazah (burial), allowed politicians to make a circus of the community, shrouded the coffins with flags (a practice completely foreign to Islam), engaged in communal du’as (prayers) and other innovated matters.
Rather than adhere to our Deen (religion) at such times of calamity, we choose to oppose the teachings of the Deen. And the celebrities are all too happy to rubber stamp this and get in on the action. CQ

We Learn that According to the senior Imam Younus Kathrada western values and customs are to be avoided and are regarded as a bihah (invention). Some scholars preach that bidah can be seen as blasphemy that can be punished with death.   However some scholars say the death penalty for Bidah is not for all Bidah.

Thanks for watching Islam Moving forward in Canada – till next time. Good bye.  

Islamic Paradox put West in State of Paralysis by Never Ending Analysis

Islamic Paradox put West in State of Paralysis by Never Ending Analysis

Academics and Religious leaders are opining on the issue of Islam to the extent that it consumes a sizable percentage of society’s energy. Islam, whether through Islamic charitable organizations or Islamophobia commissions/task forces or Muslim terrorist deradicalization programs, is costing Western nations’ taxpayers billions of dollars.

This is a question that has no answer. Because it has no answer, is precisely why it keeps being asked. Is Islam is a religion of peace or war. It is like asking if water is good or bad. If you are in a desert, water is good. If you are drowning in a flood, water is bad. However, we could ask why & who allowed Islam to get a foothold in the West.  We could ask if ISIS, Al-Qaida, Boko-Haram, Hizb ut-Tahrir are reasonable representatives of the TRUE Islam. Does ISIS justify their actions with Islamic doctrine? What do North American Islamic leaders/influencers say about the beheading of French teacher Samuel Patty? I have learned is that Imams and scholars teach that offensive war, sex slavery, female inferior status, child marriage, and the execution of gays, apostates and those who insult or criticize Islam is sanctioned by Islamic doctrine. It seems that, for the sake of diversity, tolerance & multiculturalism, certain questions should not be asked. It is written in the holy Quran “Ask not questions that if the answers were revealed it could cause you to doubt.”

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Texas Imam: Islamic Terror attacks Fuel Islamophobia Taking a Toll on the Muslim Community

Texas Imam: Islamic Terror attacks Fuel Islamophobia Taking a Toll on the Muslim Community

Premiered Nov 2, 2020, Interview with Imam Yasir Qadhi on ‘The Thinking Muslim’ Podcast: Difficult Questions About the Situation in France.

Question

But I think it would be remiss of me not to mention the events currently unfolding in Niece. Yet again, France is subject to another set of murders. Initially, reports suggest that Muslims may be involved. You said that after the killing of Samuel Paty, that Muslims should stop condemning. Yet after today’s attack you did condemn these crimes. But doesn’t that condemnation imply some level of culpability on behalf of the Muslim community? Can you explain your thinking behind this, Sheikh?

Yasir Qadhi: To be precise it wasn’t that I said we should stop condemning unconditionally. I was contextualizing and saying that we need to understand where that anger is stemming from.  And that the onslaught of terror that France & Europe – and I did, even in the hutba (sermon). I explicitly said that what that individual did was wrong. So we need to be a little bit more careful because we have so many different demographics that we’re dealing with. It’s well nigh impossible to say something that’s not going to offend one demographic. Which means we need to forget about offending or not, and we need to think a little bit more to speaking the truth, speaking the reality. So we are now caught between a rock and a hard place. We have, on the one side, our own Muslim community that has been burnt and scarred. That Our Prophet PBUH has been ridiculed and threatened… They have just been completely rinsed out for the last decade and a half. Always having to condemn, always having to be on the defensive, and they are simply tired. They really are tired and they have every right to be tired. For how long are we going to be expected to, as you said, condemn or apologize on behalf of somebody that has nothing to do with us?  The narrative of radical Islam, the narrative of Muslims and Islam has an inherent problem with violence. And even the more broad-minded amongst them, even the more tolerant amongst them, are saying “okay, the majority of Muslims are not terrorists but the majority of terrorists are Muslims”. They have bought that narrative. And we need to work to challenge that narrative of the mainstream. We need to understand their narrative and then work to change it.  The way that’s going to happen is by getting out of our safety zone and bubble from within our own community and to acknowledge that, you know what, they have been miss-fed a series of lies and narratives that is incorrect. In order to battle that we are going to have to say things that – I don’t like to apologize for what happened. I don’t. It’s not my business to do that.

Shaykh Yasir Qadhi is a Pakistani-American Islamic scholar, theologian and preacher. Since 2001, he has served as Dean of Academic Affairs at the Al-Maghrib Institute, an international Islamic educational institution with a center in Houston, Texas. He also taught in the Religious Studies department at Rhodes College in Memphis, Tennessee. He is currently the resident scholar of the East Plano Islamic Center in Plano, Texas.

Qadhi has written numerous books and lectured widely on Islam and contemporary Muslim issues. A 2011 The New York Times Magazine essay by Andea Elliott described Qadhi as “one of the most influential conservative clerics in American Islam. Qadhi was previously affiliated with the Salafi movement but has since left the movement and now identifies as a Sunni.

Colorado Imam: You are in Crisis Macron Not Islam. Islam is Growing

October 2 French president Emanuel Macron  unveiled a plan to defend France’s secular values against what he termed as “Islamist radicalism”, saying the religion was “in crisis” all over the world, prompting a backlash from Muslim activists. Macron insisted “no concessions” would be made in a new drive to push religion out of education and the public sector in France.

Colorado Imam Karim Abu Zaid is founder of (TAQI), Tafseer Al-Qur’an Institute FT Hifz, Arabic and Islamic Studies Program with branches in Lanham, Maryland, Sharkia, Egypt and Denver Colorado. Video

Who is in crisis? Islam or Macron? | Friday Khutbah Replay | Imam Karim AbuZaid. Streamed live on Oct 10, 2020

Because it is the will of Allah. Allah knew in his Divine wisdom that there will be a messenger who will come to rectify the situation. But sorry, Mr. Macron, this is not the case with Islam. …1.8 now. 1.8 billion Muslims, that’s the crisis that Emmanuel is feeling. In spite of this, but Islam is spreading like fire spreads in a dry wood. His own people are accepting Islam. One out of ten in France are Muslim. Can you imagine that? One out of ten are Muslims. So where is the crisis Mr. Macron? The people are liking the whole religion? What is wrong with you? Oh, you’re afraid because they say in less than 50 years, in the year 2050 Islam will pass Christianity.

Is that why? That is the real crisis… This religion will reach as far as the daylight and the night – the darkness of the night – reaches, basically every place in the face of this Earth. And it will enter every single home. Then there will be a prophet kinship and that’s the one Macron and all his like, the English and all of those, place in the Muslim world – place in the Muslim  world. Can you just allow the Muslim world to run your own thing? Election, democracy, run it and you’ll see who will win…  Brothers and sisters in Islam, it’s so great to feel good, to feel confidence, about your religion…

We have actually a long-term plan beyond your life and the life of your kids. But the question that I ask myself and my brothers who are listening to this sermon, what are you going to do?…  How do they feel when they heard this guy saying this about Islam? How did they feel? Did your son come and say what’s this guy saying about my religion? Ha!! That’s right there where we can make a change. But it’s going to take time. Now we have to contribute to this. Look at your child. And if you don’t have one, look at a Muslim child. And that’s why we have schools. I tell you if there is a project out there that is of benefit to the Muslim ummah, [it’s] Islamic schools

Private Islamic schools in Canada Guide

Islamic schools instill in students traditional Islamic values—the values codified in the Quran. These values include honour, trust, honesty, and justice. Students are also taught proper manners, including how to conduct oneself, and how to act towards one’s neighbours, as indicated by Islamic law.

Islamic identity: There’s lots of focus on helping students build and cultivate their Islamic identity. Students learn about Islamic traditions and beliefs. This can help students understand their religion and heritage.

Al Huda Institute is a non-profit, no- sectarian, non-political organization currently working to promote authentic Islamic knowledge. AlHuda Institute Canada began its educational program in 2001