We all have our tribes. Sometimes they take the form of shared nationality or race. Other times our tribe is our family or those who share our ethnic background. Our tribe can even be the people who we associate with and study with. So what do we do when the members of our tribe, though they may be good people, are coming together on something wrong? What do we do when the mob psychology starts to take over? Do we ride the wave, or do we stand with what is right? In the story of Imam Muslim, we find an example of Himmah (resilience) at a time even the best of us may falter.