Muslim lifestyle choices, and adopting non-Muslim practices that conflict with Islamic teachings: (Islam 4.1)

Objectives: Explain what is meant by lifestyle and explain some ways in which lifestyle choices are important. Lifestyle: A way of life. Everyone has a … Continue reading

The Importance of the Mosque to Muslims in your Community: Islam 3.7

Objectives: To consider the importance of the Mosque within Islam. Is a Mosque important: Try to imagine what a Muslim community would lose if it … Continue reading

The Mosque in the Community: Two Mosques in one city (Case Study): Islam 3.6

Objectives: Understand the role of the Mosque in the community. Education: Many mosques run a Madrassah (or school) in the evenings and weekends. Here children … Continue reading

Case Study Birmingham: “Muslim Centres” in the UK, Europe and North America: Ethics 2.7 and 2.8

In addition to providing relief in areas of need overseas, there are many Muslim organisations providing help where it is needed in Britain. For Muslims … Continue reading

Homosexuality in Sodom and Gomorrah: The Prophet Loot (Lot) and his Daughters, between the Bible and the Qur’an.

Story of the Prophet Loot (peace be upon him) or Lot (in the Bible): Al-Hāfidh Ibn Katheer and Imām As-Sa`dee mentioned that Loot (`alaihis-salām) was … Continue reading

The Causes of Poverty in Light of Climate Change, Population Growth and other Factors: Part II: Ethics 2.4

Climate and water: One of the biggest causes of prosperity and poverty is climate – and it is Allah who creates and controls the climate: … Continue reading

An advice to Sisters to remain steadfast upon the Sunnah and Salafiyyah

Part A: In this short discussion [1] that we have before us, we will take it as a reminder and an encouragement for our sisters with regard … Continue reading

What I witnessed during my Da’wah Trip to the Maldives: December 2016 and January 2017

All praise is due to Allah, Lord of the worlds; may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon the Messenger Muhammad, his family and … Continue reading

BBC Interview: “Non-Muslim Feminist” talks about her Research into Salafi Women: Niqab, Conversion, Religious Compulsion and Terrorism: Dr Anabel Inge

“Dr Anabel Inge is the first researcher to have gained open access to women in the UK Salafi community.” BBC (Sunday 20th November 2016) What … Continue reading

Cultivate the youth and do not sideline them: Shaikh Fawzān’s guidance to the youth

There is no doubt that the youth of the Ummah are foundations of the human building – upon which this Ummah is established. So the … Continue reading