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Sara Khan

Ms Khan has shown a tendency to be divisive in the past and lacks transparency. She lacks support among the Muslim community and the community views her as untrustworthy.


The Children and Social Work Act 2017 made Relationship Education a compulsory school subject in all primary schools and Relationships and Sex Education a compulsory subject in all secondary schools. On 19 December 2017 the Government launched a consultation on what should be taught in these new compulsory subjects.
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).
Al-Quds (Jerusalem) is one of the most holiest cities of Islam and we agree with the MCB that this sends a clear message of hostility to the Muslims around the world.
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.
It is a concept which is in the public domain because of certain groups which are pushing its acceptance amongst Muslims. It is a concept of hatred, divisiveness and exclusivity which is opposed to the practice of our Nābi (Sāllāllāho Alāihe Wāssāllām) which was based on tolerance, openness and inclusivity.
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.
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)
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Appalled is a word often used in press statements. But today Wifaqul Ulama would like to say that we are numb and have no words to express at the sight of Children who have been gassed by the Syrian regime. The nonreactive pupils of these children are staring at us through galling digital images. The silent eyes of these children are questioning, demanding answers from us. Where is our concern for humanity? Where is our concern for fellow Muslims?