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Surat al-Hashr – Who is Allah? 99 Beautiful Names of Allah

Asmaul Husna

Nowhere in the Qurʾān does Allāh mention more names on one page than on the final page of Sūrat’l-Ḥashr. Once you know the names of Allāh, you can never forget Allāh, and therefore, Allāh says, Don’t be like those who forgot Me. Read More »

Ramadan Reminder | 5 Things Only Allah Knows & An Introduction to Laylat’l-Qadr – By Yasir Qadhi

Surah Qadr

Ramadan2013 Posts Lecture by Shaykh Yasir Qadhi | Transcribed by Zara T. [The following is the video and transcript of Shaykh Yasir Qadhi's Ramadan khatirah. The transcript includes slight modifications for the sake of readability and clarity]. Tonight's khatirah is about the last ten nights. The last āyah of Sūrah Luqmān is that famous verse that our Prophet (ṣallallāhu 'alayhi wa sallam) ... Read More »

Ramadan Reminder | Hope in Allah – by Yasir Qadhi

Well in the desert

Ramadan2013 Posts Lecture by Shaykh Yasir Qadhi | Transcribed by Sameera T. This lecture is brought to you by the Memphis Islamic Center (MIC). For more information about MIC, please visit www.memphisislamiccenter.org [The following is the audio and transcript of Shaykh Yasir Qadhi's lecture "There is always hope in Allāh despite the size of the sin." The transcript includes slight modifications for the sake ... Read More »

Clarification and Notice


A few months ago, an Islamophobic website posted an audio-clip in my voice, in which, so they claimed, I justify attacking all Christians. Based on this, they began claiming that I am a 'jihadist' preaching 'radical jihad' to Muslims in America. Due to the preposterousness of the claim, and the xenophobic nature of those who propagated it, I felt it best ... Read More »

8 Reasons Why I, as an American Muslim, Don’t Feel Guilty About the Boston Bombings


Ever since the Boston marathon bombings, my mind has been swarming with thoughts and emotions. I have been glued to the internet, digesting article after article, and comment after comment. I am sure I am not alone. The American Muslim emotional roller-coaster response to terrorism isn't fresh reading. It starts with deep sadness and horror during the course of the ... Read More »

Theological Debate on Evolution | Yasir Qadhi

dna strand

Last month Shaykh Yasir Qadhi participated in a debate tackling the controversial topic of evolution. This video features Shaykh Yasir Qadhi's complete Presentation, Rebuttal & Conclusion.  This is from the Deen Institute's “Have Muslims Misunderstood Evolution?” conference. [HTML1] The full debate can be watched here: [HTML2] Read More »

Salaam Cruise: The Muslim Vacation Getaway

Salaam Cruise 2012

One of the highlights of the cruise was being able to interact with the shaykhs on a more personal level, and seeing them in their everyday lives, interacting with everyone else as regular people. Read More »

The Originals | A documentary about the inception of the Muslim community in Houston, Texas

The Originals title screen

It's important to understand the sacrifices and hurdles which our elders went through to start MSAs, mosques, and Islamic centers. Read More »

MM Treasures | Yasir Qadhi | The Definition of “Travel” (safar) According to Islamic Law | Part 2


So what exactly does a "day's journey" mean? Not surprisingly, there is no easy method of converting classical measurements into modern ones. It appears that many researchers (classical and modern) did not pay due attention to scientifically converting such measurements into modern ones. What follows is my brief attempt to illustrate the hurdles that one faces. Read More »

How a Blog was Born: MuslimMatters Origins


The naming of the blog was harder. There was “saheefa.com” and a variety of other names. I also remember seeing a website “othermatters” or something to that effect, and “matters” rang a bell. We wanted a name that would immediately mean something in English. Something easy to remember and neutral. And so we landed on MuslimMatters.org and the rest is history. Read More »

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