Thursday , 24 August 2017

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Pakistan beat Poland 2-1 in tense Hockey World League

Dawn: Mohammad Irfan and Mohammad Waqas were the heroes as Pakistan defeated a plucky Poland side 2-1 in their opening Hockey World League 2015 match on Saturday. Pakistan, who need to finish in the top three of the Hockey World League semi-finals table to qualify for the 2016 Rio Olympics, started the game at a typically frenetic pace and created ... Read More »

Iranian Noshan Alamian sees off brother Nima for gold

Noshan Alamian beat his younger brother Nima 4-3 in the table tennis men’s singles final on Friday to claim Iran’s 20th gold medal of the 2017 Islamic Solidarity Games. The 25-year-old came through an entertaining encounter in Baku, after Turkey’s reigning European champion Melek Hu had brushed aside home hope Ning Zhing 4-0 to win the women’s singles title at ... Read More »

Iran sign off with double gold in Baku

Iran completed the 2017 Islamic Solidarity Games with two gold medals in the table tennis team finals at the Sarhadchi Arena on Monday. The men’s outfit of Alamian brothers Noshad and Nima, as well as Afshin Noroozi, got the better of Turkey 3-1, after the women’s trio had claimed a gripping 3-1 victory over hosts Azerbaijan in the first final. ... Read More »

Judge rules boy must be taught in Islamic faith school against wishes of father

Judge rules boy must be taught in Islamic faith school against wishes of father The unnamed father claims he will not be able to participate if his son attends an Islamic secondary school from next year A father who described himself as an “Anglo-Saxon” atheist has lost a legal battle to prevent his ex-wife from sending their son to an ... Read More »

Let’s tap into Islam’s heritage of critical education to defeat extremism in schools

Let’s tap into Islam’s heritage of critical education to defeat extremism in schools The policy response to the threat of radicalisation has focused on law, security and intelligence. As the problem spirals out of control, this one-dimensional response, which includes the government’s Prevent policy in schools, seems merely to be repeated more aggressively. Applying security and surveillance policy across society ... Read More »

Welcome to the Muslim Educational Trust – MET

The Muslim Educational Trust was founded in 1993 in response to the community’s needs in the Portland area. These needs for education about Islam were generated by the Muslim community as well as the Non-Muslim community. Muslim Educational Trust is dedicated to the betterment of our society, and strives to achieve its purpose through education, cooperation, networking, and programs which ... Read More »

Provision of Islamic education for Muslim students a constitutional right, Imam says

In an opinion piece, Imam Mohammad Elsadi argues that the provision of Islamic education for Muslim students attending state schools is a constitutional right as “the Maltese Constitution ensuring freedom of worship, equality among Maltese citizens and bans all kinds of discrimination based on faith, colour or race.” As such, Mr Elsadi, who heads Malta’s Muslim community, says that “Maltese ... Read More »

Missing woman wanted to pursue Islamic education

Mangaluru: A missing case has been registered by the Bekal police in Kerala’s Kasargod after a young Hindu woman left her home on July 10 leaving behind a note which said she wanted to pursue Islamic education The woman, identified as Adhira, 23, is a postgraduate student and a resident of Karippodi Kaniyambadi near Uduma. Before leaving home, she had ... Read More »

New school to double Islamic education places in ACT

The number of Canberra children receiving an Islamic education is set to more than double with a new school slated for the Gungahlin region. See your ad here See your ad here The existing Taqwa School is planning an expansion to Moncrieff to cater for 600 students from preschool to year 10. The move to Moncrieff would see Taqwa School ... Read More »

KP govt makes Quranic education compulsory in schools

ISLAMABAD: The PTI government in KPK has outsmarted all other provinces in moving towards the implementation of a new scheme of studies to impart Quranic education with translation to Muslim students from class I-XII in all schools throughout the province from this year’s new academic session. Although the mainstream media either ignored or underplayed this development, the KPK government Wednesday ... Read More »