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Tag Archives: prayer
Condolences on the passing of HRH Raja Ashman Shah
By Paul Salahuddin Armstrong Co-Director, The Association of British Muslims Our deepest condolences to HM Sultan Azlan Shah and family on the sudden passing of HRH Raja Ashman Shah. We ask Allah helps and supports the family of HRH Raja Ashman … 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
Untold Stories : Holocaust Memorial Day 2011
It’s Going to Rain Valdemar Kalinin It’s about to rain, getting darker, The leaves have long fallen from the trees, Leaving desolation where just an old man Roams, Picking handfuls of earth where Roma Perished. During this war Nazis shot … Continue reading
Sulha Peace Project Concert for Peace – Amen!
The Sulha Peace Project Concert for Peace, Nov 2008. An amazing evening of music, poetry & spirit for Peace @ SPSA’s church in NYC. The ancient priestly blessing from the Temple of Solomon, with melody by Jai Uttal sung by Gabriel Meyer … Continue reading
The Astonishing Light of Your Being
Ramadan Blessings 2010
Wolverhampton Prayers For Peace 2010
Muslim Prayer For Peace In the name of Allah, The Beneficent, The Merciful. Praise be to the Lord of the universe, Who has created us and made us Into nations and tribes, That we may know each other, Not that … Continue reading
Islamic and Jewish formal prayers
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
The Biology of Belief – TIME
By JEFFREY KLUGER Thursday, Feb. 12, 2009 Most folks probably couldn’t locate their parietal lobe with a map and a compass. For the record, it’s at the top of your head — aft of the frontal lobe, fore of the … Continue reading
Holocaust Memorial Day 2009
“To The Onlookers” by William Hayen When our backs are turned, when someone stares at us, we feel them. You who watched the killing, and did nothing, still feel the eyes of those dead on your bodies. How many see … Continue reading