My Hajj Reflections – The Greatest Jihad

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By Davi Barker Davi Barker, who writes at The Muslim Agorist and for other publications, recently returned from his Hajj pilgrimage. Altmuslim is featuring a few of his reflections this week, as Barker settles back into his post-Hajj life. Earlier this month I returned home from Hajj, the Islamic pilgrimage to Mecca. They say the [Read More...]

Reflections from My Hajj – Activists, Advocates, Quietists

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By Davi Barker Davi Barker, who writes at The Muslim Agorist and for other publications, recently returned from his Hajj pilgrimage. Altmuslim will be featuring a few of his reflections this week, as Barker settles back into his post-Hajj life. I recently returned home from Hajj, the Islamic pilgrimage to Mecca, and I’ve been thinking [Read More...]

Beyond the Hajj – Figuring Out the “Reborn” You

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By Rushdi Siddiqui The Hajj or pilgrimage to Mecca is the last of the five obligatory pillars for Muslims. It is a human-defining, behaviour-refining and life-revitalizing moment that is supposed to endure until our last breath. It is an explicit acknowledgement of the historical link to our beloved Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and those prophets before [Read More...]


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