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Monthly Archives: April 2013

What Does Islam Say About Environmental Justice?

By John Green Green has been associated with Islam since the time of Prophet Muhammad himself, but in recent years the color has also come to symbolize the Muslim commitment to sustainability. Grounded in the nature of God and his relation to humanity, Islamic teaching on environmental justice calls on …

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Love for the Prophet’s Household

By Sayyid Muhammad Rida Hijaz As part of the love for the Prophet, love for the Household of the Prophet is also necessary for all believers. In fact, it is a test of the genuineness of one’s love for the Prophet, and it is declared in traditions that it is …

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Wilayah Summer Camp

Fun & Islamic Activities for Youth   FULLY BOOKED  We are pleased to be offering our Summer camp coming up this August for 12-17 year olds. The camp aspires to provide fun activities in an Islamic environment that will leave imprints on young people’s lives for years to come. Pictures …

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Rock Star Imams

If you’re among the growing number of Muslims who get their Islam online, keep reading but with your antennas up high. There’s a conspiracy underfoot to virtually misguide you. A new report released in February by U.S global policy think tank RAND Corporation, entitled “Promoting Online Voices for Countering Violent …

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Levels of Submission

By Ayatullah Murtadha Mutahhari The most basic condition of soundness of heart is to be submissive to the truth.  Submission has three levels: submission of the body, submission of the intellect, and submission of the heart. When two opponents face each other in combat and one of them feels likely …

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Ayatollah Abdul Hadi Al-Fadhli returns to His Lord

According to reliable reports, the prominent Saudi Islamic thinker Ayatollah Shaykh Abdul Hadi al-Fadhli, has passed away in the early hours of this morning, the 8th of April 2013, after suffering from illness for several years. The late Ayatollah Al-Fadhli was admitted to hospital two days ago in the Islamic …

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AIM marks anniversary for Shaheed Al-Sadr in London

AIM marked the 33rd anniversary of the martyrdom of Shaheed Al-Sadr with a seminar as part of its AIM Platform series shedding light on the life and legacy of this great scholar. Shaheed Ayatollah Muhammad Baqir Al-Sadr stands out as one of the most prolific scholars in the contemporary history …

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AIM touring its courses to different Islamic centres

AIM is touring its courses to different venues and cities around the United Kingdom in an attempt to raise educational levels in the community. “Theres always been a need for Islamic courses in the United Kingdom, but never more so than now with all the different ideas and challenges” said …

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Fatima is from Me

  The purest lady of all ladies in the universe Daughter of the prophet, their enemies we eternally curse She was like his mother, closer than no other Pure in every aspect, by the Almighty from any defect Her mother gave her wealth, for Islam to flourish and be perfect …

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Reviving Student Activism

By Salina Khan A speaker we invited to our tiny college in suburban Chicago 15 years ago–radical human rights activist Lynne Stewart–is now a political prisoner in a U.S. penitentiary, so it shouldn’t be a surprise that I consider activities put on by most of today’s Muslim students organizations child’s …

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