LIfe Haqq Podcast, Episode 23 – Racism and Islamophobia: A Lived Reality in Canada https://youtu.be/ivR_RC4K4zk Rarely do we as Canadian Muslims hear our brothers and sisters voicing their experiences with racism and discrimination—this is what makes episode 23 of the Life Haqq Podcast one of the most memorable to date. The episode includes personal stories
What kind of lessons can the conquest of Constantinople by Muhammad al-Fatih teach us about our responsibility as Muslims today? Accountability, responsibility, you name it, has always been one of the greatest mysteries in life for me. That is, how do you create a balance between the responsibilities you have in Deen & dunya? Of
The Muslim Students Association at the University of Saskatchewan together with the CMCO will hold a somber ceremony this afternoon, one commemorating those who died in the New Zealand mosque shooting. The students will also discuss Islamophobia, something they say is on the rise. Iqra Khan is a third-year student at the university. Dr. Joel
On Tuesday, March 26, 2019, the Muslim Students Association (MSA) at the University of Saskatchewan together with the CMCO Muslim Chaplaincy SK hosted an event to commemorate the lives of those lost and stand in solidarity against Islamophobia. Various media outlets were in attendance, CTV news publicized the following article: saskatoon.ctvnews.ca Great event attended by
Diversity Breakfast in commemoration of the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. The little Contribution of CMCO: The Canadian Muslim Chaplaincy and Islamic Outreach (CMCO) is a national network of qualified Muslim chaplains serving in hospitals, prisons, universities, the military, and in the local and federal government.
This article was first published on the following source. The massacre in New Zealand has angered and saddened people all around the world. Here in the CMCO Maritimes, many have spent some time trying to come to terms with it. “I know this is occupying the minds of many, many Muslims and we’re looking for some
On Sept. 20, city police charged a 24-year-old man with uttering death threats after Facebook posts were reported to them. The posts — status updates and comments attributed to the man on a news article shared on his personal Facebook page — threatened the execution of “Saudi leaders” on the university campus that afternoon. Police
NM Interfaith Dialogue Presents 24th Annual Spring Colloquium Dr. Reda Bedeir presents the Islamic perspective also support CMCO for a noble cause: https://youtu.be/LJjuQjlgCSQ