Hamza Yusuf

Clergyman

Nationality: American Born: January 1, 1958

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Palestine is the issue, and until this issue is resolved, there can be no peace.
We must assert to the Abrahamic people that we are the last extension of the Abrahamic religion... There is no such thing as an Islamic tribe.
Certainly, hunger can bring out the worst in us. But it can also bring out the best.
The thing I love most about going to a book store is the self-help section is the biggest section because Americans know we're screwed up. We know it. But we want to get better.
In being aware of others' hunger, we contribute to a more empathic world.
There are many ways to be hungry. One can hunger for love, or fame or social justice, but hunger for food seems to curb all other cravings.
I think all this Facebook stuff should just stop!
Hunger can bring out the worst in us.
I think the Hajj tends to reflect the state of the Ummah. That's one of the things about the Hajj is that you get to see the Ummah. It's a microcosm of the Ummah's condition.
Live your lives. Go out; take walks amongst trees.
We don't have any power other than our intellect and our hearts.
Our duty is to be patient.