Monday , 18 December 2017

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American Muslims Observe Ramadan

As the Muslim holy month of Ramadan begins on June 28, Muslim Americans from different backgrounds across the United States are gathering in mosques and homes to break their dawn-to-dusk fast, perform congregational night prayers, and help the poor. “We try to make people feel like they are in any Muslim country and belong to a Muslim community,” said Imam ... Read More »

Canadian imam group warns Muslim youths that ‘no one should get involved in international wars’

Concerned about the number of Canadians leaving to join armed factions in Syria, imams from across the country have issued a statement warning Muslim youths against travelling abroad to fight in foreign conflicts. Drafted at a meeting two weeks ago, the decree issued by the Canadian Council of Imams says those who participate in overseas wars are breaking the laws ... Read More »

Ramadan To Start on Sunday in Most Muslim Countries


The holy month of Ramadan will start on Sunday in most Arab countries. The noon was not sighted in Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Kuwait and Egypt, where they announced that the Ramadan would start on Sunday. Like every year, the non-sighting of the moon in most Arab countries will create confusion among Muslim living in Europe and ... Read More »

Woman Chairs US Largest Muslim Group


America’s largest Muslim advocacy group has picked Ohioan female Muslim lawyer Roula Allouch as its new acting national board chair replacing previous chair Omar Zaki who stepped down after two years in his post. “I would like thank Omar Zaki for his service to the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) and to the defense of civil rights for all Americans,” ... Read More »

‘All-American Muslim’: Nawal Aoude Talks Hijab & Muslim Fashion

TLC’s controversial eight-part docu-series, “All-American Muslim” (Sundays at 10 p.m. EST), follows the day-to-day lives of five very different Muslim families in Dearborn, Michigan. In this week’s all-new episode, Nawal, who recently gave birth to her first child on the show, is shopping for a potential date night outfit, one that will hopefully impress her husband Nader. After the birth ... Read More »

The contribution of Muslim Players in World Cup

TOP STARS OF FRANCE WORLD CUP TEAM ARE MUSLIMS I was watching world up match between France and Honduras. I saw one bearded-player entered the field and raised his hands toward sky and making “Dua” (supplication). Few more doing the same action. I checked and found his name as Karim Mostafa Benzema, a star-player who score the first goal and ... Read More »


WHERE DO WE LACK BECOMING NOBLE LAUREATE Islam is the only religion where Allah revealed the first word as “Iqra” which means read. Islam has given a lot of importance for acquiring knowledge. Islam was at peak in knowledge and discoveries earlier but most unfortunate part, we became lethargic, giving importance to money rather knowledge. I remember and the reminiscence ... Read More »

US Muslim Youth Fight Distress

A host of leading Muslim figures will attend the conference as Nouman Ali Khan, founder and CEO of Bayyinah Institute, Sheikh Omar Suleiman, member of the Islamic Circle of North America’s Shari`ah Council and ICNA’s Institute of Learning Foundation (ILF), and prominent Sh. Yasir Qadhi. The event would also be attended by Ustadh Wisam Sharieff of Bayyinah Institute, Sheikh Abdul ... Read More »

Canada: Muslims cracking down on fake Halal food


Canada’s growing Halal food industry has made it an attractive target for fraud – something that leaders in Canada’s Muslim community hope to end. “Halal is really important to uphold a Muslim’s spirituality, the acceptance of our worship in the eyes of God is dependent on it, that we’re only consuming Halal,” says Omar Subedar, a Toronto-area imam who serves ... Read More »

Muslim Brotherhood has a ‘significant presence’ in Canada, says study urging probe into the groupMuslim Brotherhood has a ‘significant presence’ in Canada, says study urging probe into the group

The Muslim Brotherhood has established a “significant presence” in Canada, says a study released Tuesday that asks whether the government should follow the lead of the United Kingdom and launch an investigation into the group. Calling the Brotherhood the “antithesis” of Canadian laws and values, the study urged Ottawa to deny public support and charity status to organizations aligned with ... Read More »