Ibn Ali Miller reminds the youth to look at what they have and be grateful. He reminds us about family and the sacrifice those who came before had to make to make it easier for the next generation.
One year ago, #ConfidentMuslim Ibn Ali Miller was a construction worker working 10-12 hours a day to provide for his family. Since then, a video of him breaking up a street fight in his neighborhood went viral, shared and praised by athletes and celebrities. Now, he travels the world as a motivational speaker, advocating for underprivileged Muslims in the inner cities.
During the Confident Muslim session at MAS ICNA Annual Convention 2017, Ibn Ali discusses the struggles of the youth in his community, the teacher who invested his time, knowlege, and money in him and the difference it made in his life, and the importance of finding your purpose.
Stay tuned for the complete “Islam and the Inner Cities” talkshow with Ibn Ali Miller and Sh. Omar Suleiman.
Brother Ibn Ali Miller gives a candid talk directed at the youth but the message can be applied to everyone regarding the nature of the dunya and straying from straight path.
Bro. Ibn Ali Miller reminds us of the attractive dunya that can misguide us from the deen. He reminds the youth citing personal anecdotes from his life on how to stay on the straight path.
Ibn Ali Miller talks about how Islam can help uplift those who are struggling in tough neighborhoods.
Ibn Ali discusses the trials that he and many others face due to their Muslim identity and how to develop ‘Proper Confidence’ as the best defense to this.
Do you want the reward for help sharing Islamic knowledge to 500 people a day for the rest of your life and even when you pass away?
Abu Hurairah, may Allah be pleased with him, narrated that the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) said:
"When a person dies, his deeds are cut off except for three: Continuing charity, knowledge that others benefited from, and a righteous son who supplicates for him."
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