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Reconciling Hearts and Healing Wounds Between Believers – Jamal Badawi / Siraj Wahhaj

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1) Introduction by Altaf Hussein
2) We Must Forgive One Another Because We Need One Another
3) Reconciliation and Healing Begins With Ourselves
4) Respond With Kindness Not Harshness
5) Some Activities You Can Get Involved With
6) Shelters For Muslim Women?
7) Introduction of Jamal Badawi
8) We Must Make a Distinction Between Muslim and Islam
9) There Are Many Levels to Reconciliation
10) Indigenous vs. Immigrant: We’re All Immigrants!
11) Source of Wounds: Arrogance and Lack of Compassion
12) Purify Your Heart and Intention
13) Knowledge of Authentic Islam
14) Loving Each Other For the Sake of Allah
15) Defending and Caring For a Fellow Believer
16) Hadith: If One Part Aches, The Whole Body Aches
17) Islam Requires Unity
18) Diversity and Plurality Are Not Always Negatives
19) We Should Have One Unified Vision
20) Conclusion: Recommendations and Dua
21) Imam Siraj’s Personal Stories of Reconciliation
22) The Goodness of W.D. Muhammad
23) The Split With W.D. Muhammad
24) Reconciling With W.D. Muhammad
25) Allah Tests You
26) Muslims Should Be Happy
27) A Lesson Learned From Sickness: Sensitivity
28) Recognizing That We May Have Different Priorities
29) The Essential Key to Unity

Disunified hearts and ill-feelings for one another are at the root of many of the problems plaguing the Muslim ummah today. Kindness, forgiveness, love and compassion for the fellow believer are lost on many of us. If we truly want the pleasure and satisfaction of our Lord we must change our attitude, recognize the goodness in others, and strive to adopt the virtue of loving each other for the sake of Allah alone. Jamal Badawi and Siraj Wahhaj, along with Asma Hanif and Shaker Elsayed, share their thoughts and experiences on this panel meant to provide the keys to reconciliation and healing. They discuss the many levels of reconciliation, the indigenous vs. immigrant dilemma in the West, the permissibility of differing priorities, and the importance of knowledge and purification. Other topics discussed: shelters for Muslim women, making a distinction between Muslim practice and Islamic teaching, arrogance, the hadith about one part of the body aching, diversity and plurality as a positive thing, having one unified vision, Imam Siraj reconciling with W.D. Muhammad, and a lesson learned from sickness.