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Category Archives: Islam
Ramadan 1432 (2011)
By Paul Salahuddin Armstrong Co-Director, AOBM After indepth consultation with the Royal Observatory, the Amir of the Association of British Muslims, Sheikh Daoud Rosser-Owen, has concluded that it is not physically possible to see the new moon before Monday night. … Continue reading
Look at the world like those who abstain from it…
By Imam Ali ibn Abi Talib Nahjul-Balagha, Sermon 102 Image: Sajjad’s Graphics About Gluttony, Fear of Allah: O people! Look at the world like those who abstain from it and turn away from it. By Allah, it will shortly turn … Continue reading
Imam Ibn Taymiyyah al-Qadiriyyah as-Sufi?
By Paul Salahuddin Armstrong “Thus the meaning of sufi alludes to the meaning of siddiq or one who has reached complete Truthfulness, because the best of human beings after prophets are the siddiqin…” – Ibn Taymiyya, At-Tawassuf, Majmu’a Fatawa Ibn … Continue reading
Does Islam Teach Violence?
By Paul Salahuddin Armstrong Co-Director, AOBM A commentary and response to an article entitled, “Does the Koran Teach Violence” by Weylan Deaver. “The New Testament teaches Christians are at war with evil. But Christians fight with spiritual (i.e. non-physical) weapons … Continue reading
Wishing everyone a Happy Beltane, from Wulfruna Sufi Association! Beltane is the anglicised spelling of Old Irish Beltain, Scottish Gaelic Bealltainn, the Gaelic name for either the month of May or the festival that takes place on first day of May. Beltane … Continue reading
The Royal Wedding
IN THE NAME OF GOD THE MOST GRACIOUS THE MOST MERCIFUL: STATEMENT FROM THE ASSOCIATION OF BRITISH MUSLIMS AND OTHERS We the undersigned congratulate His Royal Highness Prince William of Wales and Ms Catherine Middleton on their forthcoming marriage. We … Continue reading
Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee “A Dangerous Love”
Islamic Relief: Japan Tsunami Appeal
People are being urged to help Islamic Relief get much-needed aid to the people of Japan, as the country struggles in the aftermath of an earthquake, tsunami, and a growing nuclear crisis. The full scale of the disaster is now … Continue reading
Prayer for our Brothers and Sisters in our Human Family
Our thoughts and prayers at this time are with those who are grieving, suffering pain, or who have been affected by the terrible earthquake and tsunami in Japan. O Allah, may everyone sense Your loving compassion, which calms our troubled … Continue reading
Culture and Intellect
By Imam Abdassamad Clarke Ihsan Mosque, Norwich Muslims have been misled by the failed agendas of multiculturalism into making Islam something intrinsically foreign. Dress is one aspect. The point of dress, for both men and women, is modesty and to … Continue reading