Muslims, like anyone else, are plagued with many issues and conflicts that are in desperate need of resolution. In order for there to be a healthy and viable community these issues must be addressed in an amicable, just and proper way to the full satisfaction of the community. To allow conflicts to be unresolved is tantamount to leaving an open wound and if unchecked will wreck the peace and tranquility of the community as a whole.
Islam is grounded in a solid and unshakeable foundation of faith and belief or Iman. Iman is the belief in Allah the Exalted, His angels and messengers, His revealed word or scriptures, the Hereafter, the Day of Judgment and His Qadar. These pillars of Iman or faith are condensed in “Amantu Billahi, wa Mala’ikatihi, wa Kutubihi, wa Rusulihi, wal Yawmil Akhiri, wal Qadri Khairihi wa Sharrihi Minal Lahi Ta’ala, wal Ba’thi Ba’dal Mawt.
The conflicts that the Ummah faces have to be solved by taking into account the pillars of belief, Islamic Jurisprudence and its Shari’ah or Law. In doing so will satisfy the deep, core principles of our faith or iman and make sure that our account or hisab on the Day of Judgment will be in a better position, with the ultimate level of saa’adah or happiness, with fawz and falah or success and well-being in this life and in the next.
Areas of Practice
Meet the Imams
Dr. Yusuf Ziya Kavakci was born in 1938 in Hendek, Sakarya, Turkey. His rise to scholarship began early; by the age of 10, he memorized the entire Quran and became a certified Qari, or reciter. Dr. Ka
Imam Moujahed Bakhach is an accredited family mediator and qualified arbitrator and received his certifications from the University of North Texas. He spent time as an Imam for the Islamic Association
Ph.D. in Islamic Studies –SHARIAA- from Graduate Theological Foundation -GTF- Mishawaka, IN. U.S.A. May, 2011 Master of International law (L.L.M.) from Southern Methodist University –SMU- Dallas,