A Middlesbrough fan has been fined for ripping up pages of the Noble Qur’an during a football game last December, as a Birmingham court found him guilty for the religiously aggravated public order offence.
Inviting their colleagues to know more about Islam monotheism, Imperial College Islamic Society has opened the annual “Discover Islam Week” to clear misconceptions about Islam and give skeptics true answers about the growing faith.
A new book has been released in the US to share the private stories of dozens of Muslim men on love and intimacy, in a bid to counter stereotypes and portray them as leading normal American life.
A Welsh center for the study of Islam has announced plans for a series of lectures to be organized at Cardiff University to introduce the true image of Islam and Muslims over the coming two months.
“Islam is the second largest religion in the world, and indeed in the UK,” Professor Sophie Gilliat-Ray, director of the centre, told News Wales on Monday, January 27.
“There is a huge amount of interest in the place of Islam in the UK, and here in Cardiff, where there is a long history of Muslim settlement,” she added.
Spreading a message of peace and love, a group of young Muslims have stood outside a Montreal square, handing flowers to passersby in a plea for greater acceptance and a gesture of Muslims’ goodwill.
“We want to show to the world that [Islam] is not a bad religion,” Massouma Al-Bahely, one of the organizers of the event, told CBC News on Saturday, February 1.
“It’s not, like, terrorists; everybody thinks that but we are not. I’m like everybody in the world. I’m a human,” she added.
Allaah's Messenger was the kindest of men in the same way as he excelled all others in courage and valour. Being extremely kind-hearted, his eyes brimmed with tears at the slightest sign of inhumanity. A Companion, Shaddaad bin 'Aws reported the Apostle as saying: "Allaah has commanded you to show kindness to everyone, so if you have to kill, kill in a good manner, and if you slaughter an animal, slaughter it gently.
Le politicien néerlandais d’extrême droite Geert Wilders, fervent opposant à l’Islam a encore fait parlé de lui ces derniers jours. Cette fois-ci, c’est la société Google qui s’est chargée de prendre en main l’affaire.
En effet, Google a désactivé la messagerie de l’homme politique suite à de nombreuses plaintes déposées au sujet de ses propos, notamment par le conseil représentatif des Marocains aux Pays-Bas. Le chef du parti populiste néerlandais a annoncé la nouvelle sur son compte Twitter.
A dialogue held by Dr. Khaled Al-Shaya, the Assistant Secretary General of Global Commission for introducing the Messenger (PBUH).
A few days ago, Brunel University in west London witnessed a cultural dialogue between Sheik Khaled bin Abdel-Rahman Al-Shaya, the Assistant Secretary General of Global Commission for introducing the Messenger (PBUH) and the university students from multi nations, and both Muslims and non-Muslims.
Justice is a noble moral and a magnificent characteristic which is attractive to people, infuses hope in the hearts of the wronged, and for which the unjust pay utmost concern.
By virtue of justice, matters return to their normal and right path, rights are returned to their owners, people are happy and life is rectified. Welfare is present as long as there is justice, and as long as justice is absent people will be miserable.
Justice is a moral of those who are great, a feature of those who are
pious, the want of the righteous and the way to success for believers in
The polytheists of the Quraysh gathered to consult each other on a strategy to prevent Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) from inviting people to Islam, especially as the Hajj (pilgrimage) season was nearing, and the Prophet (peace be upon him) would surely call people to embrace Islam during it. They agreed on warning people against listening to the Prophet (peace be upon him).
Among the pilgrims was At-Tufayl ibn ‘Amr Ad-Dawsi, the chief of the
tribe of Daws. The polytheists warned him about listening to the Prophet (peace be upon him)
and claimed that he was a sorcerer and a poet, so At-Tufayl put pieces
of cotton in his ears so that he would not be able to listen to the
Prophet (peace be upon him).