Monthly Archives: June 2009

Update on Little Abdul-Kareem

I asked for the prayers the other day for Abdul-Kareem Ibn Zaki Ibn Abdul-Kareem Al-Salahuddin who is the 4 year old grandson of brother Abdulkareem in Philadelphia. The brother sent me an update on his condition and let me know … Continue reading

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Duah for Abdul-Kareem in ICU

Please make the duah for the grandson of my dear elder in the deen Abdulkareem Salahudin in Philly who is a pillar of that community, a pioneer in the field of Islamic media, and a highly respected brother. I just … Continue reading

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My Run in With a Real Life Jack Bauer Wanna-be

Several months ago there was a story about a man impersonating a federal agent in a small Missouri town. The man was even featured on 60 Minutes because of the stunt he pulled because he was able to convince city … Continue reading

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The Double Standard for Some and an Update

I just want to give two examples of the double standard of how white people are treated in society.  I was listening the other day to Jay Dobyns, the author of No Angel, on the Diane Rehm Show on NPR. … Continue reading

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A Story of the Stages to Being Homeless

I always say that cab drivers are like high school students in that drivers form cliques and some groups don’t like other groups. Personally, I don’t really fit into any of the main groups (immigrants, angry white men who listen … Continue reading

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Duahs Please for Family Issues

I am asking all of my Muslim brothers and sisters to make duah for my dear long–time friend and brother Tariq Nelson ( our friendship goes back to the early 90’s) whose father is in failing health at this time. … Continue reading

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