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Imam Zaid Shakir: Message for Dhul Hijjah 1431 (2010)

 
 
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Imam Zaid Shakir: Eid Al-Adha 2010 Sermon

A recording of the Eid speech of Imam Zaid Shakir last Wednesday

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pxwWOVwC6Hg

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Thankfulness

Imam Zaid Shakir Friday Sermon Part1 Lighthouse Mosque 11/26/10
 
 
 
 
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Bravo Egypt!

The Egyptian people have accomplished one of the major objectives of their historic revolution. They have brought the thirty-year reign of Hosni Mubarak to an end. As they celebrate, from Alexandria in the north down to Aswan in the south, they realize that this is only the beginning of the long and arduous march to a free and open system that will guarantee their dignity and fundamental rights. However, every journey has a beginning and this glorious beginning is a harbinger of a glorious end. As the great Egyptian sage, Ibn ‘Ata Allah Sankadari, mentioned, “An illuminated beginning is a portent of an illuminated end.” May that be so in the case of the Egyptian Revolution...

Here in the United States many politicians and pundits are asking, “Why didn’t we see this coming?” I will offer my answer here. Specifically, American policy-making towards the Middle East has become dominated by anti-Muslim bigots. They have projected their own fears onto the governing elite and created such an obsession with so-called radical Islam that the latter has accepted the draconian (and profitable for some) measures being put into place to fight it, including support for “moderate” regimes like Mubarak’s. All the while, they have failed to take note of the real, dynamic politics on the ground in the Middle East and the civil society that has sprung up around those politics. The Egyptian Revolution has shown just how weak and marginal so-called radical Islam is in most Muslim societies. In one of the great ironies of history, the violent nihilists of “radical Islam,” besides the army, represent one of the few potential counter-revolutionary forces in Egypt.

The road ahead in Egypt will not be an easy one. There are powerful interests, both in Egypt and in other countries who were profiting lavishly from the ancient regime and the system of crony capitalism it has put in place to syphon off the country’s wealth. They have much to lose from a new system and will fight hard to preserve at least some of the privileges they formerly possessed. New institutions will have to be built. A new balance of power will have to be hammered out between the groups the protesters represent and the older, more established parties and groups who supported the protests, along with those who did not. The health care and university systems, both of which have been destroyed by mindless and neglectful policies, will have to be rebuilt. The minefields of the Palestinian situation will also have to be traversed.  However, that is tomorrow’s work and tomorrow’s worry. As for today, let the people of Egypt celebrate. Bravo, Egypt, Bravo!

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Respond With That Which is Best
 
Imam Zaid Shakir's Sermon at the The Lighthouse Mosque 2/11/2011
 
 
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Aspire to Excellence
 
Sermon at the Lighthouse Mosque 3/4/2011
 
 
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Shyness, Shame and Modest Behavior (Haya'a)

The Lighthouse Mosque Khutbah sermon 3/25/201

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Shyness, Shame and Modest Behavior (Haya'a) (Last Part)

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Love For Your Brother...

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Mercy-His most preponderant attribute

Ar-Rahman -The Merciful

Ar Raheem -He who extends that mercy to others

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Living Islam: Serving Humanity

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Friday sermon, Khutbah, The Lighthouse Mosque, 12/17/10
 
 
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Hedaya: Gentle Guidance
 
Imam Zaid Shakir returns to the mosque he founded New Brunswick Islamic Center in New Jersey on Friday, June 11th, 2011 to give the Friday Sermon entitled Hedaya: Gentle Guidance.
 
This sermon gives a glimpse into the balanced, culturally relevant approach Muslim American scholars take towards Islam in America with its focus on how guidance by its nature is gentle.
 
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