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Category Archives: Israel
Last week’s Faith Forum, the Grave Matter, with Dr Talib Hussain Warsi and Paul Salahuddin Armstrong, Co-Director of The Association of British Muslims. A wonderful discussion show on faith, religion, spirituality and current affairs on Hidayat TV, Sky 803 every … Continue reading
A missive from the Verandah Vanguard in support of the Redo Pakistan and Other Asias project, wherein the Matronita Minor (as channelled by Sally Deen) presents a Tailorite understanding of jihad. Other Asias: http://otherasias.webnode.com The Tailor: http://thegoodgarment.wordpress.com
Yom Kippur is one of the most sacred days in the Jewish calendar. Jews fast, pray, reflect and seek forgiveness for their sins over the past year. Jews devote the entire day to G-d, refraining from work, food and sexual … Continue reading
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We always have a choice, we don’t need to behave like unthinking beasts worse even than animals. Whatever happens, there will never be peace unless we strive for it. How many escalate crises, towards war, mindless, heartless conflicts? There is … Continue reading
By Paul Salahuddin Armstrong Why can’t I denounce Hamas, without being seen by some as anti-Palestinian and confused about Islam? Yet, the very same people who accuse me, deny Israel’s right to exist and even Hamas’ crimes against their own … Continue reading
By Paul Salahuddin Armstrong I’ve come to realise, the reason I can see things the why I do, is precisely because I was not raised in a supposedly “Muslim” country. This is Allah’s wisdom as I see it. Strange how … Continue reading
Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD) is commemorated internationally on 27th January each year. This date was chosen as it is the anniversary of the day in 1945 on which the Soviet Army liberated the largest Nazi concentration camp – Auschwitz-Birkenau. Each … Continue reading
By Ben Abrahamson ركعة rakaʿah (pl. ركعات rakaʿāt) refers to one unit of Islamic prayer, or Salah. Each daily prayer is made up of a different number of raka’at: * Fajr — The dawn prayer: 2 raka’at * Shuhar — … Continue reading