Societal Heedlessness in Liberalism: A Sociological Commentary of the Hadith of Safina and the Qur’an

The most accurate comparative etymological meaning of “al-Ghaflah” in the English language would be the term “heedlessness”. It is a sub-category of wantonness but is oriented more within the realm of faith with regards to the servants (humans) in relationship to their meeting with their Lord. Ghaflah is a horrific disease of the heart and … Continue reading Societal Heedlessness in Liberalism: A Sociological Commentary of the Hadith of Safina and the Qur’an

Anthropological Synopsis of Skin Color Regarding Moses, Prophet Muhammad, and Some Companions

The Holy Prophet Musa (Moses) عليه صلاة سلام as black-skinned and kinky-haired. Imam Ahmed ibn Hanbal related in his musnad (3365) the following description that the Messenger ﷺ gave of Musa’s color: وَرَأَيْتُ مُوسَى أَسْحَمَ آدَمَ "Musa was jet-black skinned." Muslim relates in his Sahih (239 and 243) that Ibn Abbas said that the Messenger … Continue reading Anthropological Synopsis of Skin Color Regarding Moses, Prophet Muhammad, and Some Companions