Nurturing Compassionate Communities: Connecting Faith and Service

Hamza Yusuf


Our duty as Muslims is to represent the true meaning of Islam by reaching out to the broader community we serve, the underprivileged and underrepresented. As tensions continue to increase throughout the world, we as North American Muslims have a unique opportunity rarely found elsewhere to serve our community with assurances of security and freedom. Using the Prophet Muhammad (May peace be upon him) as our shining example, this session aims — through diverse informed and unique speakers — to motivate inspire and move us beyond mere words and rhetoric, to truly living a way of life dedicated to serving God by serving humanity.

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3 Responses to “ Hamza Yusuf – Nurturing Compassionate Communities: Connecting Faith and Service ”

  1. MS Zeinu says:

    I really appreciate what Shek Hamza Yusuf but who would be that lead us out of this very confused situation. I would say for the first time since I came to USA I really heard something that make sense in this lecture. For those who says different things about this Shek I have a message for them Listen to what Shek Hamza says. Of course we all make mistakes nothing new but let us come together
    for our dean. At the end of this lecture we are expecting ISNA to take lead well how when when many answers to Answer I hope the voice of this lecture is heard soon and some frustration will be eased from different sides of faith living in US now days.

  2. z says:

    Hamza Yusuf is number 1! His speeches have always been inspiring to me. May Allah bless Shek Hamza always.

  3. Riyaz says:

    Extremism is the real problem in our community and it has really distorted the image of Islam. I wish we have many scholars like Shiekh Hamza who can expose the extremist elements in our community. Muslims are offended by what has west done to their lands and their people, they react and non-muslims blame Islam. We have to prove by our deeds that Islam is a religion of peace not by words. Our words don’t matter when there is a lot of killing by Muslims almost everyday, examples would be day to day killings in Iraq and Pakistan. I pray to Allah that some day this religion comes out clean. I don’t care what is happening to Muslims I only care about my religion.

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