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Thursday 16 September 2021

Why do Muslims celebrate Eid Al-Adha?

Over the next week, Muslims all around the world will be celebrating Eid Al-Adha. Surrounded by family, food and gifts, what’s not to love? But...

The day of Arafat and its significance

The day of Arafat is the day before the Muslim holiday Eid Al-Adha. The day has great significance and importance in the Muslim world....

How the story of Prophet Ibrahim is the greatest lesson in Devotion & Sacrifice

The Quran speaks highly of the Prophet Ibrahim (Alayhi salam) and tells a dozen stories of his courage, devotion and care for others. He...

The Mosque: A journey of inspiration for Muslims

The mosque (also known by Muslims as Masjid) has always been a central meeting hub for the Muslim community, its primary purpose being a...

How Israeli apartheid has affected Palestinian children

Imagine a world where hearing missiles launch and seeing buildings fall to the ground is the ordinary. Where witnessing your parents gently wipe away...

It is not War, it is Murder!

It has been terrifying to watch the Israeli attacks on the Palestinians, knowing that innocent men, women and children would die with each bomb...

Why we must stand with the Palestinians

It’s 1968 and I am sitting in the Royal Albert Hall in London with young and old sobbing; tempers are high as some people...

Why the Israel-Palestine situation is a conquest and not a ‘conflict’

It has been 73 years since the Nakba also known as the Palestinian exodus which uprooted 700,000 Palestinians from their homes, creating one of...

Can Muslims unite?

Here Allama Ibn Ramadhan reflects on the uphill task of Muslim unity, how this is dependent on understanding our multiple identities and willingness to...

The significance of Laylat Al Bara’at

Humans worship Allah Almighty and He rewards the efforts of the worshippers but there are some special occasions when one’s heart gets softened and...