Ramadan is a time that many Muslims look forward to. However, the prospect of fasting for a month can also be frightening for some – especially those with addictions. For many people, the prospect of lasting an entire day without food or drink can seem daunting, but possible.
However, for people with addictions the thought of going through more than a few hours of the day without being able to feed their craving may seem impossible or even terrifying.
Many people associate the word ''addiction'' with alcohol and drugs. However, the word ''addiction'' is simply defined by Webster's Dictionary as ''being abnormally tolerant to and dependent on something that is psychologically or physically habit-forming.''
Alcohol and drugs are the most common of these substances. However, coffee, tea, sugar, sodas, candies, chocolate, and even food itself can become addicting. In fact, coffee has a long history of being banned in various cultures because of its stimulant and addictive properties.
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Given all the unrest in the world, the situation of the Middle East and the general circumstances surrounding the Islamic world, many people ask the question, ''How are we supposed to believe Islam is a religion of peace when all these wars are being waged in the name of Islam?''
They are right in a sense, as war is not the way to bring peace. So there is one fact that we have to keep in mind: Those who prefer war in the name of Islam are making a major mistake.
Regrettably, a majority of the Islamic world has abandoned the Holy Quran now; they are resorting to resources other than the Glorious Quran and follow non-Quranic ways. This is the reason behind the wars waged in the name of Islam, the reason behind the system of tyranny and why they try to introduce religion through oppression and persecution instead of democracy. Another painful outcome of this non-Quranic religion is the rise of a primitive and crude lifestyle built around misogyny, a general hostility towards art and beauty in life and a notable lack of refinement.
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Allah (all glory be to Him) tells us in the Holy Quran about Ramadan that, ''(He wants you) to complete the prescribed period (of fasting), and to glorify Him in that He has guided you; and perchance ye shall be grateful.'' (Surat Al Baqarah: 2:185).
Many benefits, in addition to the spiritual, result from completing this prescribed period of fasting. This article attempts to explain those related to our biological rhythms.
A person goes through five stages while going to sleep.The background activity of the brain is called the electroencephalogram (EEG) and can be recorded by the use of scalp electrodes.
The dominant frequency and amplitude characteristic of the surface EEG varies with states of arousal.
The Relationship Between Ramadan and Jihad (Fighting) in the Way Of Allah
Rarely a month witnessed so many battles for fighting for the sake of Allah and the achievement of great conquests and victories of Islam like the month of Ramadan. Was that predestined to add more value to Ramadan other than being the month in which the Qur'an was revealed to Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) in order to establish a nation that fills the world with knowledge, enlightenment, and culture.
The month of Ramadan which witnessed the establishment of the Islamic nation was chosen by Allah to raise high the banners of Jihad to protect the nation that raises the banner of monotheism "La ilaha illa Allah (there is no deity but Allah)." This nation sums up the history of the divine calls since Adam, the father of mankind till Muhammad, the master of mankind, who sealed the messages of prophets and whose religion is the last one. Therefore, his followers were entrusted with protecting, disseminating, and making the religion of Allah superior by Jihad in the way of Allah which has no parallel among the acts of worship. The Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) answered when a man asked him: "Direct me to an action that equals Jihad?" He said: I do not find any. then said: "If the Mujahid (one who fights in the way of Allah) goes for Jihad, can you enter your Masjid (mosque) to offer Salah frequently and fast without breaking your fast?"
Ramadan is a month of serenity and spiritual elevation. But when the body's glucose level decreases too much from fasting, this could lead to irritability and aggression.
Other factors may also contribute to the feeling of irritability, such as refraining from the habitual cigarette.
Prophet Mohamed (Peace Be Upon Him) advised us to 'keep our cool' while fasting and prevent ourselves from being easily provoked or dragged into a fight. The practice of self-control is a pertinent part of fasting.
From Prophet Mohamed's (Peace Be Upon Him) traditions, ''If one of you is fasting, he should avoid sexual relation with his wife and quarreling, and if somebody should fight or quarrel with him, he should say, 'I am fasting'.''
FBI Tried To Lure Orlando Shooter Into Terror Plot In 2013
A police officer in Florida has revealed that Omar Mateen was targeted by an FBI informant in a failed attempt to push him to commit a terror attack.
The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation tried to ''lure'' Orlando shooter Omar Mateen into committing a terror plot in 2013 through the planting of an informant in his life, revelations that raise serious questions about the FBI's indirect role in shaping the recent Orlando terror attack through its entrapment policies.
In an exclusive interview published June 15, Sheriff Ken Mascara of Florida's St. Lucie County told the Vero Beach Press Journal that the FBI dispatched an informant to ''lure Omar into some kind of act'' but he ''did not bite.''
ISLAMOPHOBIA- The Idea Of Hate Directed Towards Muslims- May Have Been Connected To The Murder Of Joe Cox.
Recent revelation that the murdered Labour Mp, was about to release a report warning of an 80 percent rise in Islamophobic incidents in the UK. The report was to warn of a high level of far right activity across Yorkshire.
Scheduled for release on the 29th if June, the report was being prepared alongside Tell Mama- an organisation which releases reports on anti Muslim reports every year. The organisation also works with three police forces whose data are used to store national estimates.
'This reminds us of the times of Hitler': In the heart of Europe, anti-Islam politics are on the rise
ERFURT, Germany This medieval city of timber-framed buildings and cobblestone streets is on the front lines of the escalating culture war over Islam in the West.
Donald Trump may be calling for a ban on Muslims entering the United States. But on this side of the Atlantic, too, Islam is under fire, with political opposition to the faith growing as an anti-Muslim message emerges as the rallying cry of Europe's far right.
In few places is the shift more startling than here in Germany, where attacks by Islamist radicals in neighboring nations and a record wave of Middle Eastern migrants are testing the national will to protect minority rights adopted after World War II.
I've studied radicalization and Islamophobia often plants the seed
By Sarah Lyons-Padilla, who is a research scientist at Stanford SPARQ: Social Psychological Answers to Real-world Questions
The evidence shows that alienating an entire religious community, as Donald Trump has done, will make us less safe. There are better ways to fight extremism
Speculation has been rife about the motives of Omar Mateen, the 29-year-old man who killed 49 and injured at least 53 in a gay nightclub in Orlando. Reports say that he called 911 to pledge his allegiance to the Islamic State shortly before opening fire.
Following an attack of this nature, we can expect two streams of reactions. President Obama, Hillary Clinton and others are of the first type, urging us to condemn retaliation against Muslims. In contrast, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is of the second, insisting that the US strictly scrutinize or even ban Muslims from entering the country.
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Donald Trump's pro-gay Islamophobia is straight out of the European right-wing playbook
Islamophobic hate crime: is it getting worse?
From online abuse to fire bombs thrown at mosques, there has been a spike in anti-Muslim attacks. While many incidents are not reported to the police, groups such as the Tell Mama project paint a worrying picture of rising Islamophobia and violence
"I don't really want to go out now," Rizwan Ali says anxiously. "If I needed something I used to just go to the shops, but I've been staying in." On 24 May the father of four had been to Friday prayers at his local mosque. On his way home he popped into Pound Stretcher to look at gardening equipment. As he browsed he noticed another customer staring at him.
"He was looking at me, as though I had done something," Ali (not his real name), explains. "Then he started shouting: 'You are a Muslim, you are a soldier killer.' I was shocked and scared. It was very upsetting. I moved to the front of the shop, but he kept following me."
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Man who shot a Meriden mosque gets 6 months in federal prison
Defendant Ted Hakey Jr., accused of shooting into a mosque next door to his Meriden home, is seen for a court appearance in New Haven in January.John Woike Hartford Courant via APHARTFORD >> A man who fired rifle shots towards a Meriden mosque in the hours following the terror attacks in Paris last year, was sentenced Friday to six months in federal prison, with credit for time served, followed by a period of three years of supervised release.
Attack on Western University Muslim student 'a wake up call' says Mayor
The attack on a Western University student from Iran, being probed by London police hate crime officers, is a ''wake-up call'' for London, Mayor Matt Brown says.
''This is . . . another wake-up call for all of us, that racism exists in 2016, and it's our collective responsibility to address it,'' Brown said Thursday from the Federation of Canadian Municipalities annual conference in Winnipeg.
''I'm deeply concerned and saddened to learn this act occurred in London. Islamophobia has no place in London, in Ontario, in Canada, or anywhere . . . We need to stand shoulder-to-shoulder as Londoners and clearly communicate this type of hate won't be tolerated.''
Donald Trump Says U.S. Should 'Start Thinking About' Using Racial Profiling
Donald Trump on Sunday said the U.S. will have to consider the use of racial profiling in the wake of the Orlando nightclub massacre, defending the practice as ''not the worst thing to do.''
The presumptive Republican presidential nominee, who last week renewed his call for a temporary ban on Muslims entering the country in the days following the worst mass shooting in U.S. history, said America should look ''seriously'' at racial profiling.
''I think profiling is something that we're going to have to start thinking about as a country,'' Trump said in a telephone interview with CBS' Face the Nation. ''You look at Israel and you look at others, they do it and they do it successfully. And I hate the concept of profiling, but we have to start using common sense and we have to use our heads.''
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Remembering Muhammad Ali: ''Float Like a Butterfly, Sting Like a Bee.''
Oct. 29, 1974: Muhammad Ali vs. George Foreman; ''The Rumble in the Jungle'' boxing match was my distant connection to the champ, the greatest. The match was a much-awaited event for the neighborhood and almost everyone crammed into the few houses that had a TV set to watch the fight. Every household had 40 or 50 people packed in front of the small-screen TV waiting for the event to start and not wanting to miss the minute that Muhammad Ali entered the ring. Muhammad Ali was not Arab nor a Palestinian but everyone on that day and even before then considered him as one of our own. He was a real hero that spoke and identified with the pain and suffering inflicted on African-Americans, expressed solidarity with the ''Third World'' and risked everything to give voice to the voiceless.
As the bout was about to start, the streets got empty, cafes were deserted since none had a TV at the time, and almost everyone found a place to watch and pray that Muhammad Ali would win another match for the world at a critical period in history. As the decisive knock-out occurred in the 8th round, you could hear the cheers coming like a roar across town and throngs of people came out in the street calling ''Ali, Ali, Ali,'' as if he was present among them. Kids came out of the houses replaying the fight, pretending to be Ali, an occurrence that was repeated non stop for days.
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(JTA) Swiss Jews spoke out against a regulation that makes it illegal for schoolchildren to refuse to shake hands with their teachers because of religious reasons.
A regional school board last month ruled that schools in Basel Country can fine parents up to $5,000 if their children refuse to shake hands with teachers, as is customary at graduation ceremonies.
The ruling was in reaction to the refusal of two Muslim boys to shake hands with female teachers at a public school in northern Switzerland. Like with devout Muslims, some devout Jews also refrain from touching members of the opposite sex because they view doing so as inappropriate.
Muslims increasingly racially profiled on US planes in 2016
A Muslim group has urged the United States Department of Transportation to take action to address the profiling of Muslims, people of colour, and persons perceived to be either by US airlines.
''Since September 11, 2001 the unlawful profiling of airline passengers on the basis of race or religion has become disturbingly common. Within the past six months alone, 11 racial and religious profiling incidents have been reported, including five since April 1,'' the group, Muslim advocates, posted on their website.
Muslim student taken off US flight for speaking Arabic
Summing up the recent instances of religious and racial profiling, the San Francisco based group along with NAACP Legal Defence and Educational Fund, Inc (LDF) said passengers have recently been removed from flights for, among other reasons, speaking Arabic, completing a math equation, or ''staring at'' a flight attendant. In each case, police and airline officials eventually concluded that the individuals posed no threat to the airline or its passengers.
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Dear politicians: Muslim Americans aren't just tools in the war on terror
Islamophobia is becoming a big enough problem in the US that presidential candidates are now getting asked about it. That's a positive development, and fortunately many of them are responding by arguing firmly that this is a problem that must be challenged. Unfortunately, though, many are giving a politically safe answer that carries some very negative connotations, and in some ways is as much a part of the problem as it is the solution.
Sen. Marco Rubio was the latest to do this. In Saturday's Republican debate, he was asked whether he would visit a mosque, as President Obama did last week. In his response, which I've reproduced in part below, he repeated the all-too-common argument that American Muslims should be treated with respect so that they will help US law enforcement in combating terrorism (my emphasis added):
First of all, let's recognize this. If you go to a national cemetery in this country, you will see Stars of Davids and crosses, but you see crescent moons. There are brave men and women who happen to be Muslim Americans who are serving this country in uniform and who have died in the service of this country. And we recognize that and we honor that.
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The Basilica held a lively interfaith event on Sunday, April 3rd: Building Bridges--Confronting Islamophobia. Parishioner Nick Hansen shares highlights of the event.
''It takes some courage to do this in this day and age,'' said Dr. Todd Green to over a hundred people of different faiths in the lower level of the Basilica on Sunday afternoon. Dr. Green presented as part of the program, ''Building Bridges: Confronting Islamophobia.''
American negative attitudes toward Muslims is at an all-time high and the upward trend will continue unabated for the foreseeable future. More alarming is the fact that Islamophobia has met the ballot box, and politicians in the U.S. and Europe have found an easy path to seats of power by creating and riding a Muslim and Islamic fear wave. Fear is an easy commodity to package and sell at every corner to a populace exhausted and beaten down by economic failures, corporate down sizing through outsourcing, massive personal debt, open-ended wars and loss of hope for a better future. At a time when America's corporate elite has wiped out the middle class and managed to create a permanent inequality that has not been seen since the Great Depression, a Muslim boogeyman is the best distraction.
China, Mexican immigrants, African-Americans, women and Muslims o name a few have been assigned responsibility for the collapse of America's middle class and supposedly weakening the country. Trump's ''making America strong again'' is an empty slogan since the real causes for the current state of affairs rest with America's elite and not those being targeted in his racist and xenophobic campaign. The ongoing Republican Party presidential campaign has been reduced to a competition on who can be more racist toward Muslims, tough on immigrants and blaming African-Americans for violence in the inner city. Islamophobia and racism has become the rallying cry for everything that went wrong in America. Overt racism has been awakened anew and making America strong means setting the clock back on civil rights and making religious and racial discrimination acceptable again.
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SYDNEY (AFP) - A British Muslim cleric who once preached that gays should be put to death has had his Australian visa cancelled and has left the country, with the authorities on Wednesday (June 15) saying it is unlikely he will ever be allowed back.
Farrokh Sekaleshfar was in Sydney as the guest speaker of an Islamic centre for the holy month of Ramadan. But it emerged this week that in a 2013 lecture he suggested that death was a "compassionate" sentence for homosexuals, sparking an outcry in the wake of the Orlando gay nightclub killings.
Eric K. Ward, Program Officer, Gender, Racial, and Ethnic Justice
How can we fight Islamophobia in America?
It's clear that there has been a troubling rise in xenophobic political rhetoric, hate speech, and brazen incidents of violence against American Muslim, South Asian, and Arab communities in the United States. In the months following the peak of the Syrian refugee crisis, hate crimes against American Muslims tripled. In recent days, police in Fort Wayne, Indiana, has been investigating the execution-style murders of three young American Muslims.
With demographic anxiety and political rhetoric fueling discrimination and hostility, the Ford Foundation together with the New York Community Trust, the New York Foundation, and Philanthropy New York hosted a discussion on ''Confronting Islamophobia in America Today.'' Leaders from the nonprofit, government, social service, and philanthropic sectors came together to discuss the major issues affecting these minority communities, and to strategize about how to advance inclusion. Here are some highlights from the day's conversations. We're at risk of failing a generation of American Muslims Participants agreed that discrimination and bigotry are worse for American Muslims today than they were in the months following 9/11.
Southwest Airlines seems to have embraced an unspoken policy that sees Arabic as a terrorist threat.
Virtually every time I travel, aside from international trips, I fly Southwest Airlines. As a loyal customer, I appreciate their low prices, flexible cancellation policies, and who could forget the alluring lack of a baggage fee?
Like many people suspended thousands of feet in the air, often my first act after getting comfortable in my seat on a plane is to utter a brief prayer, asking God for protection on my journey. This prayer happens to be in Arabic, and following an incident of blatant Islamophobia on April 6th when Khairuldeen Makhzoomi, an Iraqi UC Berkeley student was removed from a Southwest Airlines plane for speaking in Arabic on his phone hardly the first time the airline has done such a thing I will think twice about reciting my prayer aloud.
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The world is in mourning at the news of the passing of Muhammad Ali. You don't need me to explain how he'll be forever known for his boxing prowess, his jovial personality, his humanitarianism or how pretty he was. However, as the flood of well wishes, media reports, and social media discussions continue, what is particularly disturbing to me as a Black American Muslim is how Ali's core, his Islamic faith and his Blackness seem to be sanitized from the narrative.
Ali was unapologetically Black and unapologetically Muslim, this cannot be denied even if one did very little research into the man. As his star was rising, he joined the Nation of Islam and was given the name Muhammad Ali from Elijah Muhammad himself. As a member of the NOI, many of his legendary statements, protests, and moral decisions came about during that time. Even after his time in the NOI, Ali stayed committed to Civil Rights and Humanitarianism all the while ensuring that his Muslim faith and his experiences in America as a Black man, guided and strengthened his resolve. You can barely find an interview recorded or otherwise, where these topics don't come up.
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I Do Not Feel Guilty About My Islamic Faith and You Shouldn't Either
Guilt is an interesting feeling. Everyone I know has felt guilt, guilt as a feeling is hard to identify and we may not even be aware that the unsettling feeling we are vaguely aware of is actually guilt. Guilt in psychology is defined as a cognitive or an emotional experience that occurs when a person believes or realizes accurately or not that he or she has compromised his or her own standards of conduct or has violated a moral standard and bears significant responsibility for that violation. It is closely related to the concept of remorse. (''Guilt''. Encyclopedia of Psychology. 2nd ed. Ed. Bonnie R. Strickland. Gale Group, Inc., 2001. eNotes.com. 2006. 31 December 2007)
Donald L. Carveth, Phd from York University in Canada in the abstract of his article The Unconscious Need for Punishment: Expression or Evasion of the Sense of Guilt? states:
In Civilization and Its Discontents and other writings, Freud equates the unconscious need for punishment expressed in various patterns of self-torment and self-sabotage with the unconscious sense of guilt. But there are cogent clinical and theoretical grounds for distinguishing between genuine guilt and the unconscious need for punishment that serves as a guilt-substitute the function of which is precisely to ward off an unbearable sense of guilt.
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Why These Muslim Kids Are Scared Of A Donald Trump Presidency
Sarah Eltabib's 10-year-old daughter came home from school one day in March and asked if Donald Trump will really build a wall, and if that would mean Muslims like her would have to leave the U.S. She said she definitely wouldn't vote from Trump if she was old enough to cast a ballot.
Mahnaz Tantawi's 9-year-old son said a classmate told him that ''Muslims are killing everybody.''
He had a snappy rejoinder, which he recounted over dinner with his parents: ''Very few people are in ISIS, and that doesn't count as all Muslims.''
Obama's scathing takedown of Trump: The president highlights just how isolated and unhinged the GOP nominee is
President Obama delivered some remarks Monday that were ostensibly intended to update the American public on the administration's ongoing military campaign against the Islamic State, but the big news Obama made came in the form of a scathing rebuke of Donald Trump's posture on terrorism. Earlier this week, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee laid out a series of monstrous proposals that would enshrine religious discrimination as official U.S. policy and treat the country's Muslim population as suspected criminals. A clearly angry President Obama, who was a target of Trump's conspiratorial gibbering, responded with an explanation of how literally everything Trump wants to do is stupid and backwards.
Trump, in his speech, promised to unilaterally suspend all immigration from ''areas of the world when there is a proven history of terrorism against the United States, Europe or our allies.'' He also accused American Muslims of being knowing accomplices in acts of domestic terrorism ''they know what's going on,'' as Trump put it. Here's what the president had to say in response to Trump, in part:
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India Sentences 11 To Life In Prison For Massacre Of Muslims In 2002
The court sentenced 12 other people to seven years in jail for their role in the Gujarat riots that left 69 Muslims dead.
NEW DELHI, June 17 (Reuters) - An Indian court jailed 11 Hindus for life on Friday for the murder of dozens of Muslims during riots in Gujarat in 2002 that shook India at a time Prime Minister Narendra Modi was the state's chief minister.
The court sentenced 12 other people to seven years in jail for arson and other charges during the disturbances, in which 69 Muslims were killed, while another defendant was handed a 10-year sentence, prosecutors said.
The massacre occurred during a series of religious riots that flared for two months in Gujarat and killed more than 1,000 people, most of them Muslims.
Why the British media is responsible for the rise in Islamophobia in Britain
Less than 0.5 per cent of journalists in the UK are Muslim. No wonders so many misleading stories make the cut
Once again, a newspaper's integrity has been found wanting as the press regulator, IPSO, judged the Daily Star Sunday's headline, ''UK mosques fundraising for terror'', to be ''significantly misleading'' following a complaint lodged by myself. The paper clarified its error on page 2, noting that UK mosques were actually ''not involved in any way''. This came just a week after The Sun was forced to acknowledge that its headline ''1 in 5 Brit Muslims' sympathy for jihadis'' was similarly misleading.
Such inaccuracies are not restricted to the tabloid press. The Times, for example, claimed Muslims were ''silent on terror''. This allegation has since been unequivocally rebuffed not only by Home Secretary Theresa May but also by senior counter-terror officers such as Neil Basu and Scotland Yard's former anti-terror chief Richard Walton.
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The deadliest mass shooting in American history happened because of Islamophobia.
Islamophobia killed 49 people in Orlando. It didn't kill 49 Muslims. Instead it allowed Omar Mateen, a Muslim terrorist, to kill 49 people in the name of his Islamic ideology and the Islamic State.
Omar, like so many other Muslim killers, could have been stopped. He talked about killing people when he worked at G4S Security, a Federal contractor that provided services to the Department of Homeland Security and the State Department. But, according to one of the co-workers he stalked, a former police officer, his employers refused to do anything about it because he was a Muslim.
The FBI conducted an investigation of Omar Mateen. They put him on a watch list and sent informants. They interviewed him and concluded that his claims of Al Qaeda ties and terrorist threats were reactions to ''being marginalized because of his Muslim faith.'' Omar told the agents that he said those things because ''his co-workers were discriminating against him and teasing him because he was Muslim.''
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