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Moazzam Begg Interviews Imam Anwar al-Awlaki

May 5, 2008 - الاثنين 01 جمادى الأولى 1429 by admin  
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Cageprisoners presents an exclusive interview with Imam Anwar al-Awlaki. Anwar al-Awlaki is a Muslim scholar of Yemeni heritage born in New Mexico. Imam Anwar was released from custody on the 12th of December 2007 having spent a year and a half behind bars. In his first interview since his release, conducted by former Guantanamo Detainee and cageprisoners spokesman Moazzam Begg, he spoke about the conditions of his detention and shared his reflections on his time in prison.

[ Download ] – Interview with Imam Anwar al Awlaki


5 Responses to “Moazzam Begg Interviews Imam Anwar al-Awlaki”
  1. Sr. SheliaNo Gravatar says:

    May Allah continue to keep you steadfast in this deen and all the ummah as well.I thank and praise Allah for your release. The dawah dear brother that you have given is so beautiful and enlightening. I always listen to your lectures online. May Allah have mercy on us all as we submit totally and completely to do his will;Muslim is what we all are striving to be.Despite the challenges of living in the west and dealing with a faltering economy, I seek refuge in Allah the Lord of the Worlds…Peace Be Unto You and All the Believers in Allah. Peace, Go Forward, Move…

  2. Br. RashidNo Gravatar says:

    Salaam Skeikh and the Brothers and Sisters,

    Alhamdulillah you are released and I pray that you and others who have struggled alone can forgive us for watching you suffer alone, pray for us that we unite and practice what we learn, pray that those in a position of influence are guided, Ameen

    Alhamdulillah, your out and back with us, I hope that you continue to educate us and hopefully spark our hearts and minds with courage and inspirations with the knowledge you share only to bring back what we have lost.
    I hope that you are well and in the best of health, I hope that your experience only increased your Emaan and brought you closer to Allah [swt].

    I sincerely pray that Allah [swt] rewards you with the highest of jannah ant that your are amongst the righteous ones, and make dua’ for us too Akhi.

    I hope that you pray that we gain courage to be true servants to the Al-Mighty and protectors of the believers, Ameen

    Br. Rashid

  3. Abdullah Ibn AdamNo Gravatar says:


    Dear brother & sincere teacher,

    When I heard from a friend that our imam was locked up I felt helpless and ashamed as it felt like they had taken away our dean. I immediately turned to Allah (swa) in du’ah for you and other such Muslims who are experiencing a similar fate. I did the only thing I was able to which was pray for your release knowing that only he Ar-Raheem can free us from the evil that surrounds us.

    Alhamdulillah it was an opposite feeling when I heard of your release. Allah (swa) never burdens us with which we can not bare and I pray that he benefits the whole ummah with your knowledge and your experiences.

    May Allah (swa) give you the blessings of revealing the knowledge that is hidden from us and which is so desperately needed for the protection of our ummah.

    I pray that he Allah (swa) gathers us before him in the gardens of jannah (Inshallah)

    From your brother in islam and humble student


  4. HajraNo Gravatar says:

    As-salamu alaikum warahmatullah

    May Allah SWT give our Muslim brothers in prison, who are innocent patience and their family patience. SubhanAllah Imam you have suffered a great deal being in prison for such a long time, but alhamdulillah reading one of your posts here you found it a great experience, i was really inspired by the few lines of your post in which you mentioned something like “I felt the true, deep meanings of the Quran and that if you open your heart to it it will reveal its secrets to you” SubhanAllah!! this line was incredibly inspiring.

    Imam Anwar I was wondering if you could make a thread about the brothers in Indonesia, Bali that were executed today. Inna lillahi wa inna ilayhi rajioon, it was really saddening to hear the news today :(
    the authority shot them through the heart. AllahuAkbar were they even proven to do anything wrong?

    Imam i dont want this thread created in order to judge whether or not hey were guilty. but i was wondering i you could please tell us what happened, coz i really dont know..all i hear in the australian news on TV is that “finally the terrorists were executed, but victims say it isnt enough…”

    Please shed light on this topic Imam Anwar,

    sister in Islam,

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