“Allahu Akbar,” which means God is Greater. In this case, it means: God is greater than our imagination, our thoughts, our expectations, our feelings, or our understanding.
May God accept your good deeds and all your efforts during the blessed month of Dhul Hijjah.
When someone is allowed to speak on behalf of Muslims, it’s often not the people who are targeted, but someone whose story fits with the violent narrative.
What can we do as a community to make sure all community members feel safe and welcome?
Minnesota Muslims are finding themselves voiceless, discussed, defined, categorized, psychoanalyzed, talked at and talked about without a serious attempt at inclusion. Muslims, and friends of Muslims, would like to change this climate.