Saturday: After 'Isha Salah(8:30PM)
In Pursuit of Allah's Pleasure
Wednesday: After 'Isha Salah(8:30pm)
Minor and Major Signs of the Day of Judgment
Sunday, 26 October 2014 20:31
Question: As salaam 'alaikum, Jazaak Allaah Khair for the detail answers to my previous question, however I would like you to clarify further some issues. You stated, in your previous answer, that you thought of the du'at in the west as being "Uncle Toms". With reference to this statement how would you openly address the issues of the ummah (with hikmah) as I think many of the du'at do not speak out due to imprisonment... in other words what should they do?
Response by Brother Tariq: I disagree that it’s simply a matter of fear for Uncle Tom. If someone is afraid, they’ll stay quiet, OK. But when we see Uncle Tom go beyond silence, when we see him go out of his way to water down Islam – in coordination with its enemies, at that – this tells us that a problem exists which runs far deeper than fear. As you know, there have been many ideological attacks on Islam over the centuries, and with each one, you find that the scholars responded to it in one three ways:
Sunday, 26 October 2014 20:30
Sunday, 26 October 2014 20:29
In the shadow of the international military campaign against the Islamic State (IS), Shia militias are operating with impunity as they kidnap and murder hundreds of mostly-Sunni victims across the crumbling expanse of Iraq, according to researchers at Amnesty International.
In a report released Monday, investigators at the rights group compiled a litany of abuses in the Iraqi cities of Baghdad, Samarra, and Kirkuk that they attribute to Shia militias. The crimes range from mafia-like abductions to atrocities carried out in revenge for IS attacks.
Sunday, 26 October 2014 20:27
World Bulletin/News Desk
Unprecedented numbers of Muslim Rohingya have been leaving Myanmar on boats for Thailand and Malaysia following a campaign of arrests, a leading NGO said Friday.
Sunday, 26 October 2014 20:25
Sunday, 26 October 2014 20:22
More than 10 hate crimes against Muslims were committed every day in the first few months of this year, according to police figures.
West Midlands Police say a total of 306 hate crimes against Muslims were reported between January and July - more than any other religion.
It comes as today marks one year since the sentencing of Pavlo Lapshyn, who was jailed for 40 years for the murder of Mohammed Saleem and bombing mosques across the Midlands.
Sunday, 26 October 2014 20:20
Sunday, 26 October 2014 20:16
by Yassir Morsi
THE "WAR ON TERROR" HAS TURNED THE FIGURE OF THE MUSLIM INTO A KIND OF SPECTRE, A BEING NO LONGER OF THIS WORLD. MUSLIMS ARE SEEN AS REMNANTS OF THE PAST, THE SYMBOL OF OUR ANXIETY ABOUT DEATH.
Sunday, 26 October 2014 21:49
With stories of young Australian radicals travelling to Syria and Iraq to fight alongside Islamic State militants, and our defence forces going back into Iraq to try and combat them, many Muslim Australians are facing increased incidents of abuse and sometimes even attack – particularly women wearing the veil.
Sunday, 26 October 2014 19:59
Sunday, 26 October 2014 19:57
A PEACEFUL anti-Islamophobia rally in Perth has been confronted by counter-protesters, some wearing masks and waving the Australian flag.
The group of about 20 people, who denied they were members of the far-right Australian Defence League, singled out controversial Perth Muslim preacher Junaid Thorne.
They held anti-Islamic banners and chanted “Junaid Thorne, terrorist scum”, “Aussie, Aussie, Aussie” and “this is Australia for Australians”.
Mr Thorne, a self-declared Sheik, said: “You can tell from the language these people use they are uneducated bogans.”
The 25-year-old, who has gained national attention for his lectures, said he was showing his support for a “united community”.
Sunday, 26 October 2014 19:56
Two Perth mosques and an Islamic education centre have been vandalised in weekend attacks.
Sunday, 26 October 2014 19:54
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