Ramadan is over, and it was a much needed time to rest and recharge our brains and our souls. But the time of rest ended quickly as the world called our attention back with so much news – but we still need to try and stay focused and remember to not get run down as we are no good to anyone when we are running on zero battery.
With the news that has been leaked about families being tore apart at the border, Imam Azhar wants to address the issue – not from a political standpoint, but from a religious one. What does Islam say about separating families?
The truth is – no matter how much someone tweets about it – everyone that enters this country is allowed to have due process, that is the law. To build on that, we have the three branches of government to make sure that one branch does not become so powerful that it can change the fabric of the United States. In the Constitution it says that everyone on our soil is due due process, this went to the Supreme Court and was challenged, and upheld.
Islam teaches us that loyalty is not expressed through being a “yes man,” and for those that are standing around and not speaking out on injustices that are happening around us, they are just a guilty as those doing the crimes.
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