VIDEO: Suhaib Webb clarifies his views on gay marriage and Aafia Siddiqui

If you love to see your brother fall, you're a hypocrite. Recorded from 2016 for those who have tried to slander/lie against Imam Suhaib Webb (USA). If you've received a message with certain allegations (10 reasons to avoid Suhaib Webb), know it's false. More is coming insha'allah. This is a must listen and should be shared on.

Posted by Al Buruj Press on Wednesday, January 24, 2018

The prominent American imam from Boston, Suhaib Webb, responds to rumours circulating in the UK regarding his views on gay marriage and the incarcerated Pakistani neuroscientist Aafia Siddiqui.

This video was cross-posted from the Al Buruj Press Facebook page.

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