“Correct me if I’m wrong here, but the way I see it is that if you feel threatened by this piece of cloth, you feel this is shaking your identity, and challenging who you are, then I think that shows your own prejudices, and your own fears, and your own xenophobia, and your own hatred of our religion.”
“Some Muslims, a very very small minority react to such hatred and violence with hatred and violence. They react to such xenophobia and anger with militancy and extremism. And we saw the evil effects of this reaction on 7/7 London bombings. And this reaction, not only is it un-Islamic, it is foolish, and counterproductive.”
Shout out to Amatullah.
Imam Suhaib Webb – Don’t Be Ashamed
Shaykh Yasir Qadhi – Perfect Justice: Debunking the Male Bias Myth