Islamic Justice Prevails for 8-year-old Muslim Sister in Yemen

nojoud-muhammed-nasser.jpgThe story is really sad but the outcome is really good. The father and husband were both jailed, alhamdulillah. Basically to sum up what happened to this young Muslim girl. She was forced into a marriage with a 30-year-old man. She was not treated well, so she ran away and went to the court and spoke to Muhammed Al-Qathi, the court judge and he heard her out, although it was never heard of. May Allah (swt) bless Muhamamd Al-Qathi for following Islam and promoting the good and forbidding the evil. May Allah (swt) protect this young sister and all other young Muslim sisters around the world who are forced into these situations. Ameen!

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Interview with Imam Anwar al-Awlaki after his Release

DISCLAIMER: I do not support or condone Anwar al-Awlaki’s support for terrorism. I do not agree with him on his views and opinions on jihad.

Thanks to MuslimMatters.org for posting!


For those unfamiliar with Moazzam Begg, he unjustly served time at Gitmo and wrote a book about his experiences called Enemy Combatant (you can read more about it here).Transcript of the interview from CagePrisoners over the ‘fold’ (Imam Anwar’s words are bolded): Continue reading “Interview with Imam Anwar al-Awlaki after his Release”

Message from Imam Anwar al-Awlaki

DISCLAIMER: I do not support or condone Anwar al-Awlaki’s support for terrorism. I do not agree with him on his views and opinions on jihad.
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“The time I spent in detention was a great blessing from Allah. They were moments of contemplation and study which I was greatly in need of. Alhamdulillah, Allah has blessed me during that time of solitude with tranquility and peace to the extent that at most of the time I was preferring detention over freedom. Now that I am free I ask Allah to enable me to thank Him for his blessings.

“I am greatly moved to know that many of my brothers and sisters have been asking about my situation and praying for my release. I thank them all. May Allah reward all of you with Paradise.”

Source: CagePrisoners.com

Imam Anwar al-Awlaki has been freed! [Confirmed!]

DISCLAIMER: I do not support or condone Anwar al-Awlaki’s support for terrorism. I do not agree with him on his views and opinions on jihad.
Updates:

25/12/2007
Imam Anwar Al Awlaki Released From Custody

Cageprisoners.com can confirm that Imam Anwar Al Awlaki was released from prison on 12th December 2007, after almost a year and a half behind bars in Yemen.

We thank all of you who took action on his behalf and remembered him in your prayers.

If you would like to send Imam Anwar a message, please email us at contact@cageprisoners.com and we will pass it on.

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Word on the streets from Sanaa to NYC, Imam Anwar al-Awlaki is free! Alhamdulillah if this is true!

The rumor: Imam Anwar al Awlaki’s wife told a few sisters in Yemen and those sisters told some more and so on. You know how sisters are. Word got around.

Please post up any confirmations and news related to this!

Also check out one of the largest list of lectures by Imam Anwar al Awlaki on Halal Tube.

Disclaimer: Suicide bombing is wrong. Suicide is forbidden in Islam. Terrorism is wrong. Attacking innocent civilians is wrong and I condemn it. I do not support Muslims killing Muslims. I do not support any type of terrorism action whether it is done by a Muslim, Jew, Christian, etc. Please see my comments below for more details on my views and read my Islamic stance here. [This is related to Awlaki’s lectures on Jihad in which I do not agree with.]