Day: January 16, 2017

India: Lajna Ima’illah (Women’s Wing of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community) Manjeshwar organizes Free Medical Camp in Kerala

Report by Rahmath Rafieq, Secretary Khidmat-e-Khalq, Lajna Ima’illah Manjeshwar, Kannur- Kasaragod Zone, Kerala By the grace of Almighty Allah, LAJNA IMA’ILLAH (Women’s Wing of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community) MANJESHWAR (Kerala) organized a Free Medical Camp (Homoeopathic) at KUNNIL ENGLISH MEDIUM SCHOOL – Manjeshwar on 14th of January 2017, Alhamdulillah. The […]

Sicilian Peoples: The Arabs

Sicilian Peoples: The Arabs by L. Mendola and V. Salerno Magazine Index Best of Sicily Arts & Culture Fashion Food & Wine History & Society About Us Travel Faqs Contact Map of Sicily The Peoples of Sicily: A Multi­cultural Legacy. Full of Greeks, Arabs, Normans, Germans and Jews, the most […]

Sicily under Islamic Rule

by: Salah Zaimeche Sicily under Islamic rule brought people from all over the mediteranean in a rich diverse and enlightened community including a far reaching freedom of religion.   Extracted from the full article: Sicily by Salah Zaimeche Control of Sicily implied a major role in the affairs of the Mediterranean world, and […]

Isis persecution of Christians not justified by Prophet Mohammed’s teachings, says study

The Independent: The persecution of Christians in the so-called Islamic State is not justified by Prophet Mohammed’s writings, according to research. The study into the works of the Muslim prophet written between 622 and 632 AD indicates Christians living within the “ummah” – Arabic for community – were protected and defended. More:

Is Polygamy Next?

William Baude JULY 21, 2015 CHICAGO — NOW that the dust is settling from the Supreme Court’s decision in Obergefell v. Hodges, which recognized a right to same-sex marriage, there are new questions. In particular, could the decision presage a constitutional right to plural marriage? If there is no magic […]

Islamic Finance

By Y-Sing Liau | Updated Jan 6, 2017 The Koran forbids charging interest or paying it. Yet even strictly observant Muslims can participate in modern-day commerce. They use alternative arrangements designed to comply with sharia, or Islamic law. These financial instruments, in which the buyer and the seller typically share […]