Tag Archives: activism
#RedHijabAgainst Violence and Coercion
When Khadija Abdul-Mu`ti was liberated from the life-destroying tyranny of Daesh and its delusions, she wore red in celebration – and swore to wear it for the rest of her […]
Muslims United for Victims of Pulse Shooting
Far too many Orlando families lost their loved ones in a deplorable act of violence. This is why a collective of American Muslim leaders and groups have united to raise […]
MPF Member Susan at the Left Forum!
Susan Smith will be moderating a panel at the Left Forum titled: Islamic State: Responsibility and Response. It has been scheduled for Saturday, May 21st from noon to 1:50 pm. The […]
To God We Belong, And to God We Are Returning
Ibrahim Ramey was born on December 10, 1949 — International Human Rights Day (as he regularly reminded friends). A conscientious objector to war who converted to Islam during adulthood, Ibrahim […]
The History of Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan and the Khudai Khidmatgar
The following was taken from an article written by Patrick J Ryan at America Magazine, which delves into the nonviolent work of Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan (or Bacha Khan) which […]
Pictures From MPF Library Grand Opening
Thank you to everyone who came out to the grand opening! We hope this continues to serve as a valuable resource for many years to come inshaallah.
#GiveRefugeesRest – How You Can Help
A campaign by the Fellowship of Reconciliation (FOR-USA) to end Islamophobia & welcome refugees The U.S. has responded to the Syrian and Muslim refugee crisis with fear. Thirty-one governors have advocated […]
Reclaiming the Prophet’s Jihad: A Primer on Islamic Nonviolence
Reclaiming the Prophet’s Jihad is now freely available online in pdf form! Feel free to share widely. Also be sure to check out our new Publications page which we will continue […]
#GrabOurHand Video – What Do You Think?
What do you think of this video and campaign? Do you feel it represents you? Was there anything the participants said that moved you or that you felt you could […]