Abu Hafsa “Abdulmalik Clare” – Blind Hearts

June 22, 2010  |  General  |  No Comments

Check this Video out. Very Inspirational

Description: A short naseeha piece offered by Abdulmalik Clare (Formerly known as Jerome Clare) a dynamic Da’ee who was the first completely blind person ever accepted into professional wrestling.

To contact Abdulmalik Clare regarding bookings and all other inquiries, please e-mail malik902@hotmail.com

Produced by Boonaa Mohammed


June 4, 2010  |  Worth Reading  |  No Comments

Came across very good website lately, and i think the whole world should know about it. So here i am posting  it on my blog.

Here at DuaPower.com, we strive to bring to you without any compromise the best, well known and authentic duas you can ever find. Using the latest technology, to show you the beauty of reading, memorising and using these divine supplications.

Highly recommend everyone to check it out and pass  the link on.

Check out the makers Websites too:

A Project of Muslimology.org Jointly with ProjectNur.com

George Carlin Talks War And American Politics

May 17, 2010  |  General  |  No Comments

George Carlin brings TRUTH to the masses using comedy

Giant fast food companies set sights on Middle East

March 26, 2010  |  General  |  No Comments

For full article Story click Here

Mecca Diaries Part

March 11, 2010  |  General  |  No Comments

Ok Came across this quick documentary on Hajj Check it out

Hajj is the world’s largest annual pilgrimage that takes place in Mecca, Saudi Arabia. Last year VICE Founder Suroosh Alvi went with his family and shot footage with an old Handicam. His intention was never to make a VBS doc out of it, but lo and behold here it is…shaky camerawork and all.

For Part Two Click here

SpotLight – EmanulIslam YouTube Channel

February 21, 2010  |  General  |  1 Comment

So i came across one of his videos on YouTube and i would i highly recommend you guys to subscribe to him.


List of converts to Islam

February 11, 2010  |  General  |  No Comments

Someone has made a pretty extensive list on Wikipedia. Need a little bit more work but its pretty good


#AllahSWT was trending topic on Twitter

January 9, 2010  |  General  |  1 Comment
#AllahSWT was trending topic on Twitter

Was shock to see it made it up that far. Great work Muslim Ummah.

Is Google afraid of Islam?

January 7, 2010  |  General  |  No Comments

(btw ^ that image is a fake )

Is what Google did right ? Google says it was a bug and they’re working on it but I believe they did it on purpose. I think  the whole religion thing is a touchy subject and Google should not suggest for all religions. For the search comparisons Click read more

As The Next Web has reported, typing Islam is into Google shows no terms from Google Suggest.

But replace Islam with a number of other major religions — such as Christianity, Judaism, Hinduism, etc. — and Google Suggest shows a variety of terms, including many negative ones like … is a lie, is false, is a cult, etc. The discrepancy between how these religions are portrayed and the lack of suggested terms for Islam is led some to accuse Google of favoritism.

Not so, Google says. A spokesperson tells us: “This is a bug and we’re working to fix it as quickly as we can.”

Source: http://searchengineland.com/islam-is-blocked-by-google-suggest-bug-32921

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Peacemaking in the Mideast: Obama’s Year of Missteps

January 5, 2010  |  Worth Reading  |  No Comments
Peacemaking in the Mideast: Obama's Year of Missteps

It has taken President Obama just 10 months to achieve something each of his immediate predecessors delivered in their final year in office: failure in the Middle East peace process. Riding a wave of optimism in January, the President on his second day in office named retired Senator George Mitchell as his Middle East special envoy, tasked with kick-starting the dormant negotiations over a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Despite his best intentions, Mitchell’s — and Obama’s — efforts have managed only to undermine peace advocates on all sides and have pushed hopes for a final agreement into the distant future. The President now faces tough choices over how to proceed.(See pictures of Israeli soldiers sweeping into Gaza.)

Obama distinguished himself from his predecessors by attacking the problem early; Bill Clinton and George W. Bush waited until their lame-duck years to do so.

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