(Washington D.C.) | May 8, 2021 – The Muslim American Society condemns the documented crimes against humanity of apartheid and persecution faced by Palestinians under Israeli occupation. The Palestinian people continue to be subjugated and displaced, houses of worship continue to be violated, and free speech and the right to protest stifled. In the blessed…

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Before the sun sets on this Ramadan, I am reclaiming the rest of this sacred month, I hope you will too. There are so many to-do lists and checklists, that we try to squeeze into this month, we sometimes lose the essence of Ramadan itself. What are we truly celebrating this month? I would argue…

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We all know Allah rewards us for giving in charity. Now, imagine the amount of reward Allah would give to one who gave sadaqa continuously for 1000 months. You can have that reward if you give on the night of Laylatul Qadr! We can help you ensure you make that donation on Laylatul Qadr by…

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April 21st, 2021FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (St Paul, MN, 4/21/2021) The Muslim American Society applauds today’s guilty verdict in the trial of police officer Derek Chauvin. The police murder of George Floyd was a devastating tragedy that sparked some of the largest racial justice marches and uprisings in our country.  “We recognize it as a step…

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reMAStered is a new series of conversations dedicated to spiritual growth and guidance.  This new podcast from MAS focuses on topics that surround our community to help cultivate better understanding of the world around us as well as challenges that arise – all under a lens of faith. Available on YouTube, Apple Podcasts & Spotify New…

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At MAS, we are in the business of spiritual development that leads to empowerment and ability to make real-world impact. This is what we work towards cultivating within our members and ourselves. It was only time then, we thought, that we developed a brand identity that more accurately portrayed our work. What you see below…

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Photo Credit: David Ryder/Getty Images (March 18th, 2021) The horrific and xenophobic attack against the Asian American community in Atlanta, Georgia paints a dark picture of the increased bigotry and violence this community has faced nationwide. Our history as a country is deeply embedded in white supremacy and xenophobic attitudes that fostered Anti-Asian hate, including the…

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RasulAllah (alayhi salatu wassalam) has told us to reflect often on death. In a time of so much illness, frailty, and death, it’s never been more important or timely to recognize our own mortality. As I take advantage of this Ramadan InshaAllah, I focus my thinking on what I am doing to prepare for it.…

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