Faith as a Process in Imam Yassine’s Revivalist TheoryMarch 16, 2018by Abdelhak Bzioui-Lifelong repentance The justice and spirituality movement was founded by Imam Abdessalam Yassine in the early 70s of the twentieth century. The main rationale of the movement could be summed up in the maxim which the leaders as well as members keep citing “we repent to God and call on people to repent along with us”. It follows that incessant repentance from a sinful past, from paying less heed to God, from willfully or unintentionally erring or hurting others and Continue Reading
The Imam of the RenewalMarch 16, 2018by Editorial Board-This video presents testimonials and reasons why Imam Abdessalam Yassine is the Imam of Renewal (Mujaddid) of Islam in our current era. His new Prophetic Method is a practical guide for Muslims across the world to practice, and promote Islam and for non- Muslims to discover and learn Islam as originally envisioned by Prophet Muhammad, God bless him and grant him peace. http://www.nafis.us/the-imam-of-the-renewal-al-mujaddid/
Imam Yassine: the Incandescent Path (1)March 1, 2018by Yassine Hicham-Imam Abdessalam Yassine’s thought is unique both in conception and execution. It is conceived in a true Islamic spirit; it is non-sectarian in approach; it eschews factional involvements and projects the essence of Islam without emphasizing the incremental elements which sometimes result in group wrangles and squabbles among the Muslims. Imam Yassine was a true Muslim, charged with the irrepressible urge to bring about an Islamic moral uprising in the world. The expression ‘true Muslim’ has normally become a pious Continue Reading
A Spiritual Guide or an ImposterFebruary 22, 2018by Yassine Hicham-It is important that all Muslims, having observed the correctness of their practice, also attend to the correctness of their inner conduct. Countless Qur’anic verses and hadiths prove conclusively that this is also essential, though many of those who attend only to externals are heedless of this matter. Certainly everyone knows that the Qur’an and the sunna contain mention of the virtues of things such as abstinence, contentment, humility, sincerity, patience, gratitude, love for the Divine, acceptance of fate, trust, Continue Reading
The True Believer treats himself as an object for improvement and correction, so as to avoid meeting God with a faulty, deformed spiritual character. He forbids his soul to follow passion and commands it to practice true devotion.