Day: April 5, 2013

Ch Mafooz-ur-Rehman passes away!

Source: Prof Hamid Ahmad of Germany. All those associated with him and TI College:  It pains me to tell you that our dear friend, Ch. Mahfooz-ur-Rehman passed away yesterday in Rabwah. Inna Lillahe wa Inna Ilaihe Rajeoon. May his sould rest in peace. His Janaza prayer is scheduled after Asar […]

Youth perceptions

Source: ET: As the nation prepares to head for historic polls next month, much of the country’s eyes will be focused on the youth, which is believed to be 25 million registered voters between the ages of 18 to 29 according to the results of a survey conducted by the […]

Do you truly rely on God?

Jasser Auda ARABNEWS Friday 5 April 2013 In his well-known book, Al-Hikam (Words of Wisdom), Sheikh Ahmad Ibn Ataa’illah As-Sakandari says: “Save yourself from worrying. Somebody else already took care of your affairs for you.” Relying on Allah (tawakkul) is one of the important Islamic concepts that may be misunderstood […]

Women Burn ‘Flag of Islam’ in Paris

The Arutz Sheva, Israel: Three members of the French feminist group FEMEN burned an Islamic flag this week outside the Grand Mosque of Paris. The flag-burning was carried out as a protest of oppression of women in the Muslim world. A Tunisian activist set fire to the flag, on which […]

Grandmother Razia Amini’s Gambian schools aid

Telegraph & Argus, by Kathie Griffiths. Bradford grandmother and full-time bargain hunter Razia Amini is off to Gambia to help youngsters get an education in the remotest parts of the tiny country. Mrs Amini, of Heaton, is the north east regional co-ordinator for London-based charity Humanity First and despite 13 years […]