by Imam Sheharyar Shaikh I do not believe that one should boycott anyone from holding a dialogue. One always learns something from an exchange, no matter how abhorrent or deviant their beliefs may be from one’s vantage point. One of the few exceptions I make is in the […]
by Sadat bin Anwar By all accounts, James Holmes appears to have been a normal American man. The killer responsible for one of the worst mass shootings in American history that resulted in 12 dead and 58 injured had been a neuroscience student at the University of Colorado […]
by Sadat bin Anwar Beginning today, millions of Muslims will not only be beginning their Ramadan fasting from food and drink, but some like me will also have to fight the untimely temptation of sneaking a peek at Christopher Nolan’s latest and final film instalment of the Batman […]
by Sheharyar Shaikh On Saturday, June 16th, 2012, I met National Post columnist Jonathan Kay at the “Message of Peace: Countering Islamophobia” conference hosted by University of Toronto’s Muslim Students Association and ICNA Canada. Jonathan Kay and I, along with guest speakers from the U.S., shared a stage […]
You always wanted to do Da’wah. Where do you start? What approach do you take? What do you talk about? How do you set up a Da’wah table? Which arguments works best? Practical advice from MDI Speaker Sadat.