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Archive for April, 2018

Circumcision by Plastibell Technique

Circumcision by Plastibell Technique

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There is evidence from several trials carried out in Africa that circumcised men have a lower risk of acquiring HIV. By Dr Syed Hidayathulla Circumcision is a well known sunnah of Prophet Ibrahim. According to Prophetic Traditions, “Five things are fitra (acts considered to be of a refined person) : circumcision, shaving pubic hair, trimming […]

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‘Love A Muslim Day’ In Response to Hate Letter

‘Love A Muslim Day’ In Response to Hate Letter

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London: The man who created a ‘Love a Muslim Day’ list in response to letters promoting hateful acts hopes his idea will “bring people together”, the BBC reported. It was sparked by reports that ‘Punish a Muslim Day’ letters had been sent out in several cities, calling on people to verbally and physically attack Muslims. […]

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Humanity Above All – Sikh Charity Helping Syrian Refugees

Humanity Above All – Sikh Charity Helping Syrian Refugees

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There are no signs of the civil war in Syria ending anytime soon. The crisis in the country has seen millions of its citizens become refugees in neighbouring countries. Even as the crisis continues, many aid groups have been helping people in the war-torn nation. Among them is the Khalsa Aid International, a Sikh charity […]

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‘Langar’ at Mosque feeds 100 a Night

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By initiating a free vegetarian meal service, the trustees of this mosque have introduced an inclusivity to a sacred space. By Mohammed Wajihuddin Mumbai: It is around 8.30pm. The muezzin at the massive, white-washed green minarate-decorated Sunni Muslim Bilal Masjid on Grant Road (East) has called out the faithful for Isha or the night prayer. While several devout Muslims […]

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London Mosques get Listed Status

London Mosques get Listed Status

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Two London mosques were given special listed status recently in recognition of their architectural and historic importance, in a move a government minister said celebrated “the rich heritage of Muslim communities in England”. The London Central Mosque and Islamic Cultural Centre in Regent’s Park, central London, and the Fazl Mosque in the southwest of the […]

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Importance of Plants and Animals

Importance of Plants and Animals

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How many happy birds are caught and kept in cages to please us with their songs? People do not think about the feelings of these poor creatures. By Bazil Hulmani In the name of faith and rituals, fashion and modernity, food, taste and health, adventure and sports, and so on, human beings kill animals and […]

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Sultanate of Oman: A Happy Symbiosis

Sultanate of Oman: A Happy Symbiosis

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It is rare that a ruler is able to concentrate so much power in his own hands while remaining popular with his subjects: Oman’s Sultan Qaboos has achieved a synthesis of tradition and globalisation. By Ingrid Thurner Because the prevailing media culture considers only bad news to be newsworthy, all we read and hear about […]

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Arafah International School – Beyond the Boundaries of Mere Books

Arafah International School – Beyond the Boundaries of Mere Books

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Education is the most powerful tool which you can use to change the world. Arafah International School provides a strong academic and Islamic background. We follow the CBSE syllabus and working beyond providing sound education. We wish to provide our students a holistic learning experience for life. Our aim is to teach students to learn, […]

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Jordanian King says Faith should draw Humanity Together

Jordanian King says Faith should draw Humanity Together

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New Delhi: Jordanian King Abdullah II has said that the global war against terror was not a fight between different religions but between moderates and extremists. “Today’s global war against terror is not a fight between different religions or people. It is between moderates of all faiths and communities against extremism, hate and violence,” the King said […]

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NGS Madrasa, Ashraful Banat Arabic College for Girls (Residential)

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Announcement of Summer Courses For Muslim girls who are studying in schools and colleges in Bangalore, the NGS Madrasa Ashraful Banat is an ideal madrasa, which is conducting an Islamic Summer Course during the summer vacation, for 40 days, under the guidance of experienced teachers and scholars. Excellent arrangement will be made for food and […]

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