The world's oppressed people always paid the price for their weakness, regardless of their faith and geography. So how does Islam motivate its followers to stand for the oppressed people? How did Prophet Muhammad prepare a community of believers always to be a witness to justice?
Less than 50 years after he departed from the physical world, his grandson relived the message of sacrifice and martyrdom. He inspired the people to be the voice of the voiceless and the inspiration of the powerless. This series will explore the cycle of oppression that different people worldwide have suffered throughout history.
The series will be hosted by Dr. Hasnain Walji and Dr. Aslam Abdullah, a presentation by guest speakers from different communities, and a discussion with the hosts.
Dates and Time:
July 30, 2022 thru August 9, 2022 at 8:15 pm Pacific Time, USA
Sat Jul 30, 2022
What is Oppression?
Dr. Hasnain Walji & Dr. Aslam Abdullah
Sun Jul 31, 2022
Dehumanization of Dalits in India
Dr. Mike Ghouse
Mon Aug 1, 2022
The persecution of the Native Americans
Professor Mylord Reyes-Tosta
Tue Aug 2, 2022
The Enslavement of Africans
Imam Fateen Saifullah
Wed Aug 3, 2022
Destruction of the Temple in 586 BCE and 72 CE and other historical calamities, what do they teach us
Rabbi Allen Maller and Rabbi Haim Beliak
Thu Aug 4, 2022
Nakba - The Palestine tragedy
Fri Aug 5, 2022
Apartheid in South Africa - A heroic legacy of principled struggle against racism and injustice
Imam Sadullah Khan
Sat Aug 6, 2022
The suffering of Uyghurs in China
Dr. Erkin Sidik
Sun Aug 7, 2022
Genocide of Rohingyas in Myanmar & Muslims in India
Dr. Ahmadullah Siddiqui
Mon Aug 8, 2022
How should Muslims lead the movement to restore the dignity of the oppressed nations?
Dr. Hassan Abbas
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