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Monthly Archives: May 2014

Premier League: How Muslims are changing English football culture


The growing influx of Muslim players has been fuelled by the internationalisation of football. Demba Ba praying after scoring for Chelsea at Wembley The Muslim Premier League Scouts have spread their nets wider in the search for new talent and the Premier League has become a much more diverse place. Young men with origins in remote villages of west Africa ... Read More »

Muslims ‘face barriers’ over sport


The 2012 Olympic Games in London is expected to provide a big boost for sport in the UK. But there are still barriers to taking part in some communities, despite plenty of interest. The Olympic games, coming to the British capital in 2012, continues to have an enormous impact on east London. Huge areas of waste land have been cleared ... Read More »

Hamza Abdullah

Hamza Muhammad Abdullah (born August 20, 1983) is an American football safety. He was drafted by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the seventh round of the 2005 NFL Draft. He played college football at Washington State. Abdullah has also played for the Denver Broncos and the Cleveland Browns. He is the older brother of NFL safety Husain Abdullah. On November ... Read More »

The Undeclared War on Muslims is Big Business in America

There has long been a concerted effort to demonize Muslims in the American Homeland as a part of the never-ending big money maker that is the phony war on terror. Big media of course plays a critical role in the dark propaganda campaigns that ensure that millions of Americans will continue to see the menace of al Qaeda and worse ... Read More »

Muslim groups call for boycott of Cadbury in Malaysia


Muslim groups want a boycott in Malaysia of Cadbury products after two chocolate varieties broke Islamic rules by containing pork DNA. On Monday Cadbury Malaysia recalled Dairy Milk bars after authorities found the pork traces during a random test. A Muslim retail group said the 800 stores it represents would be asked not to sell Cadbury and Kraft products. Cadbury ... Read More »

Northern Ireland businessmen criticise Robinson Muslim comments


Peter Robinson told the Irish News on Wednesday he would not trust Muslims involved in violence or devotees of Sharia law. The DUP leader has since said he didn’t want to “cause distress” to Muslims. However, businessmen Phillip O’Doherty and Martin Symington have said the comments could have a negative impact. Mr Robinson made his comments in defence of Belfast ... Read More »

Islam and Modernity

Europe faced major transformations in the 18th century because of the modern ideas arising out of Age the Enlightenment. Importance of science, human reasoning and rationality was stressed upon during this time. Europe began to acquire global influence and power, and phase became a turning point in world history. It increased the gap between the scientific skills of some northern ... Read More »

Principle to Practice – ISLAMIC ECONOMICS

Many people always try to fit in the Islamic Economic Principles into the modern economic terminologies instead of adopting a vice versa approach. Without even realizing the fact that these modern terminologies were either originated from the Greeks or research of Muslim economists. In order to remove this misconception, this article is an endeavor to highlight the origin of modern ... Read More »

Muslim numbers to rise 80pc in 20 years

This trend is even more dramatic in New Zealand, where there will be a 150 per cent rise in residents who adhere to Islam. The projections, by the Pew Research Centre’s Forum on Religion and Public Life, have been calculated using fertility, mortality and migration rates. But while the study confirms the continued spread of the Islamic faith — Muslims ... Read More »

Southeast Asian Muslims Among World’s Most Devout

Southeast Asia’s Muslims can be confident that when it comes to some key beliefs they are among the most devout in the world. A Pew Research Center survey into the values, rituals and lifestyles of more than 35,000 Muslims around the world showed that the Muslims of Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand were often among the most enthusiastic followers of some ... Read More »