I have been a reader of your esteemed monthly for long many years. The contents of your monthly have always been multifarious and provide deep insights into subjects. The Analysis of the performance of Bengaluru’s Muslim schools by Maqbool Ahmed Siraj is an eye-opener and stresses the need to look into the working of the major Muslim institutions like Central Muslim Association, Quwathul Islam Group of Institutions etc whose results leave much to be desired. Likewise the profile of efforts by Mr. Abdur Raqeeb of ICIF, Delhi too prove that effective lobbying can secure positive results for new initiatives. I am happy to note that Islamic Voice focuses on issues that would take the community forward such as education, employment, entrepreneurship etc. It also introduces to us people who are engaged in constructive work rather than highlighting those who have entangled the community in worthless identity struggles.
V. Abdullah Basha