On this episode of the Raw Islam Podcast with Imam Azhar – a 2017 Podcast Award nominated podcast – the age old question, that really shouldn’t be a question, is asked again…is voting halal? (Hint, yes it it)
The show opens with Imam Azhar and B.C. Dodge talking about the difference between “Global Warming” and “Climate Change.” Can how we address an issue change how people view it?
B.C. believes that it does make a difference.
As an example of how climate change is a real thing, and is taking place around us, B.C. recounts stories of family members that live in southern Florida and what happened there in regard to the Red Tide this season.
Imam Azhar points out that we need to pay attention to Climate Change, because while the Earth is covered in water – a lot of it is salt water and is not useable. Water needs to be conserved.
As Imam Azhar moves on to the topic picked by our listeners on Twitter, he points out that he struggles to understand why there is so much confusion around this this topic. The struggle is not new, and it is very real.
He points out that there are many Imam’s that spend their energy preaching that Muslims shouldn’t vote, but isn’t this your country? Isn’t it your right?
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