We are appalled by the prejudicial and callous reporting in “The Times”, although not surprised. It is unfortunate that this appalling piece was picked by other media outlets. “The Sun” even chose to run the story even after much within the original article was factually debunked.
Our children are vulnerable to over sexualisation (both in language and behaviour) and teachers across the nation are worried. Ofsted should be listening to teachers, protecting our children and confronting a real and a tangible issue.
Shaikh al-Hadith Hazrat Muhammad Yusuf ibn Suleman ibn Qasim Motala (RA) In the Name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful. As-salāmu ‘alaykum wa-rahmatullāhi wa-barakātuh (Peace, Blessings & Mercy of Allah be upon You). إِنَّا لِلّهِ وَإِنَّـا إِلَيْهِ رَاجِعُونَ Message of condolence...
In the Name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful. As-salāmu ‘alaykum wa-rahmatullāhi wa-barakātuh (Peace, Blessings & Mercy of Allah be upon You). The best of you are those who learn the Quran and teach it . Acquisition of knowledge is...
The news of the passing of Maulana Saleemullah Khan (RA) has reached us with great regret and sadness. He (RA) was the teacher of many great Scholars such as (Mufti) Taqi Usmani (DB). Death of a Scholar is a calamity in its own right but passing away of a great personality such as Maulana Saleemullah Khan (RA) is an irreplaceable loss to the Muslim Ummah. He (RA) spent close to a century serving Islamic sciences and Islam. We make Dua for Allah Ta’ala to forgive his sins and grant him the paradise (Ameen).
It has now has reached us with great regret and sadness that the erudite Hadeeth Scholar Shaykh Muhammad Yunus Jownpuri (RA) just passed away at Saharunpur (India)
Hadhrat Shaykh Maulana Muhammad Hasan (Damat Barakatuhum) was born in Bodhan Gujarat India in the year 1930. His father's name was Yusuf (Rahmatullah Alaih).
There are many extremes in this. For example, some people believe that women should not be educated at all; that they should be kept completely ignorant so that they don’t know anything beyond the basics of their faith. This is completely rejected by our deen. Mawlana Ashraf Ali Thanawi, for example, compiled the famous work Bahishti Zewar and aimed it particularly toward women. The comprehensiveness of the book suggests it is a work that ought to live on the bookshelf of every home and used as a guidance for every aspect of a woman’s (and indeed her family’s) life. Indeed, such is the usefulness of the book that it is not uncommon to find muftis using Bahishti Zewar as a reference point nowadays.
We subscribe to pluralism and peaceful coexistence and acknowledge the rights of all to believe as they choose without coercion, fear and intimidation. We unequivocally condemn the killings, murder and rape of Rohingya Muslims based on their ethnicity and belief and we call for an urgent halt to these atrocities.
There has been confusion about the rise in VISA fees for both Umrah and Hajj. British Muslims have yet to review the exact amounts and the breakdown of VISA fees. However, reacting to what is being reported in the Media, we are anxious and concerned. We are concerned because the rise in VISA fees may put significant financial constraints in the path of those who wish to visit the Holy Mosques. It is likely that some people will be discouraged from achieving their lifetime dream of visiting Saudi Arabia.