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"The servants of the Lord of Mercy are those who walk humbly on the earth, and who, when the foolish address them, reply, ‘Peace’;"

Surah Furqan:V63

وَعِبَادُ الرَّحۡمٰنِ الَّذِيۡنَ يَمۡشُوۡنَ عَلَى الۡاَرۡضِ هَوۡنًا وَّاِذَا خَاطَبَهُمُ الۡجٰهِلُوۡنَ قَالُوۡا سَلٰمًا

Green Deen Tribe

The Green Deen Tribe is an initiative  inspired by Ibrahim Abdul Matin’s book “Green Deen: What Islam Teaches about Protecting the Planet” which seeks to reconnect to the integral relationship of nature and the Islamic teachings of spirituality and tending to the Earth. The idea that  through deepening our understanding of the role of Khalifa and our connection to the Earth, we deepen our love and relationship with Allah and the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh). As Muslims our relationship with the Earth is an integral part of our belief and Divine connection. Over the past few years we have hosted film screenings, retreats, workshops, walks and other spaces with the intent of holding nature in a sacred space.

We believe that the environmental crisis is also a spiritual one and so part of the response should also be one that looks at healing our own spiritual connection and state. We use practices, teachings, and traditions based on the Prophetic tradition and Sacred Quranic text to encourage and create sustainable changes to our everyday lifestyles. This reconnection deepens our connection to Allah through nature and allows us to make steps towards truly embodying the role of stewardship

"Actions are according to intentions, and everyone will get what was intended"

Prophet Muhammed ﷺ

  • ​A space to explore and deepen our relationship with Allah through the sacredness of Nature

  • Nature connection and stewardship taken from the teachings of the Qu’ran, Hadith and Sunnah

  • Creating a movement of Muslims inspired by Islamic spirituality and nature

  • Honouring spaces for people of colour to gather and contribute their lived experiences and narratives of Nature in a receptive space

  • Collective: Jammat

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