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Your Body and Your Soul

This is the great­est truth which escapes the hearts and minds of those who don’t believe in Allah (SWT) and unfor­tu­nate­ly Mus­lims of today are also look­ing in the wrong place for spir­i­tu­al nour­ish­ment and inner peace and con­tent­ment.

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Colonised Muslim Minds

Mus­lims cre­at­ed civ­i­liza­tions that pro­ject­ed this beau­ty, from the acoustic bal­ance and per­fec­tion in the Sul­tan Ahmet mosque, to the melodies of the Andalu­sian muwashshaḥ (form of poet­ic litany). No aspect of human endeav­our was left to a world­view alien to Prophet­ic inspired par­a­digms. Yet, here we are.

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Friday Talk on Crises

Blog Pol­i­cy: This arti­cle is being shared from anoth­er site. The top hyper­link directs read­ers to the orig­i­nal source. It is being shared to stim­u­late dis­cus­sion on the top­ic and Wifaqul Ula­ma nei­ther endors­es the site nor nec­es­sar­i­ly agrees with the views expressed nor takes respon­si­bil­i­ty for the con­tent of exter­nal Inter­net sites. In some cas­es, read­ers send us emails to share their thoughts (anony­mous­ly) and in respect to their wish­es, con­tact details or Author infor­ma­tion will not be pro­vid­ed. Q) Can Wifaqul Ula­ma advise as to how the Jumu’ah con­gre­ga­tion should be addressed on the issue of Syr­ia and what should be some of the salient points of the Fri­day bayan? In the Name of Allah, the Most Gra­cious, the Most Mer­ci­ful. As-salā­mu ‘alaykum wa-rah­mat­ul­lāhi wa-barakā­tuh Checked and approved by (Maulana) Hashim Sacha and (Mufti) Amjad Mohammed The cir­cum­stances of com­mu­ni­ties and their abil­i­ty to respond is dif­fer­ent there­fore an Imam is bet­ter suit­ed to respond to the needs of the com­mu­ni­ty. Nev­er­the­less, here are some point­ers to those lead­ing the Jumu’ah (Fri­day) prayers and how they address the cur­rent Syr­i­an cri­sis. Please feel free to expand on the­se sug­ges­tions as you see fit. This for­mat can be adapt­ed to address oth­er crises per­tain­ing to Mus­lims. It is crit­i­cal to recog­nise the unique and spe­cial cir­cum­stances of your con­gre­ga­tion and the require­ment to address the Syr­i­an cri­sis can be ful­filled...

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Parenting, Outsourcing, Wakeup Call

Parenting Can’t be Outsourced Mirza Yawar Baig Blog Pol­i­cy: This arti­cle is being shared from anoth­er site. The top hyper­link directs read­ers to the orig­i­nal source. It is being shared to stim­u­late dis­cus­sion on the top­ic and Wifaqul Ula­ma nei­ther endors­es the site nor nec­es­sar­i­ly agrees with the views expressed nor takes respon­si­bil­i­ty for the con­tent of exter­nal Inter­net sites. In some cas­es, read­ers send us emails to share their thoughts (anony­mous­ly) and in respect to their wish­es, con­tact details or Author infor­ma­tion will not be pro­vid­ed. The biggest chal­lenge of par­ent­ing is to accept that we are fac­ing a world very dif­fer­ent from the one in which we grew up. This is true irre­spec­tive of which coun­try you live in, with the addi­tion­al com­plex­i­ty of a rapid destruc­tion of walls between cul­tures. The truth is that your solu­tions don’t work today and your chil­dren know this bet­ter than any­one else. Yet you still have the chal­lenge to inspire, sup­port and teach them. Your chal­lenge is to pre­pare them for a world that you know noth­ing about. This can be seen as pos­i­tive or neg­a­tive depend­ing on your point of view but one thing is cer­tain, it will not leave you untouched. The major Glob­al Changes that we face are: Information Exchange Thanks main­ly to the inter­net and to glob­al TV chan­nels we are in an infor­ma­tion over­load age. We don’t...

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  • Wednesday, 24th of May 2017
  • 27th Of Sha'ban 1438

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