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UAE malls to operate food courts in Ramadan

Malls in Dubai announce food courts, restaurants that will be operating during the day in Ramadan Soon, it will be Ramadan and shopping tourists and newly arrived expatriates in UAE will find that most dining venues shut their doors from sunrise to sunset, out of respect for those who are fasting. However, the majority of Dubai’s large shopping malls will ... Read More »

Ramadan calls for peace, humanity

Ramadan is one of the sacred months of the Muslim lunar calendar as well as it is a month of prayer and celebration during which people pray more, recite the Quran and help out the needy. Fasting from dawn to dusk is not only about abstaining from eating food and taking liquids but also about stopping speaking ill of others ... Read More »

World powers condemn US embassy move to Al Quds, warn relocation would escalate ME tensions

Both friends and foes of the United States have voiced criticism after Washington relocated its embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem al-Quds, saying the controversial move would ignite tensions across the Middle East region. Britain in a statement on Monday reiterated that the administration of Prime Minister Theresa May had no plans to move its mission to Jerusalem ... Read More »

Ramadan; the month of Quran spring

Nowadays we have been witnessing intensified violences in some provinces. All these deadly attacks were attributed to Taliban as the ISIL has also claimed responsibility for some of them. The Taliban have called their spring offensives as “Jihadul-Khandaq” that sparked strong reaction of religious scholars. Issuing a statement, Afghanistan Nationwide Ulema Council (ANUC) called it wrong and declared that Khandaq ... Read More »

BITCOIN MARKET OPENS TO 1.6 BILLION MUSLIMS AS CRYPTOCURRENCY DECLARED HALAL UNDER ISLAMIC LAW

An Islamic scholar has declared bitcoin permissible under Sharia Law, potentially opening up the cryptocurrency market to investment from 1.6 billion Muslims around the world. The publication of the study into whether bitcoin is halal or haram preceded unprecedented price gains for bitcoin, which saw it’s value surge by more than $1,000 in less than an hour. This has led ... Read More »

When is Ramadan in 2018?

Scientifically, Ramadan’s new moon should be visible on May 15. The Muslim holy month of Ramadan will begin either on the eve of May 15 or May 16, depending on the sighting of the moon. The first day of Ramadan is observed according to the local visibility of the new crescent moon. In the United States and Europe, Muslim communities ... Read More »

Director of Islamic University of Maldives Visits KAU

Director of King Abdulaziz University (KAU), Dr. Abdulrahman bin Obaid Al Youbi, received here yesterday Director of Islamic University of Republic of Maldives, former Minister of Islamic Affairs Dr. Mohammad Hashim Ali Saeed and his accompanying delegation. During the meeting, the two sides discussed cooperation between the two universities in various educational, academic and research fields. Dr. Al-Youbi pointed to ... Read More »

Video: The women teaching moderate Islam to Italy’s inmates

Each week, two women versed in Islamic law and religion visit a prison outside of Milan. These so-called “spiritual guides” have an important mission: to limit the spread of Islamic extremism amongst inmates. Each week, Yamina Salah, who has a degree in Islamic law, teaches a course open to some of the 173 Muslim inmates housed in a prison outside ... Read More »

Kodandaram launches New party as “Telangana Jana Samithi”

Telangana Joint Action Committee (TJAC) chairman Prof. M Kodandaram today his political party was christened as ‘Telangana Jana Samithi’ (TJS). Prof. M Kodandaram announced this today at JAC office here on Monday as the Central Election Commission accorded recognition to his party recently. Stating that he would release party flag on April 4, Prof. Kodandaram said TJS formation meeting will ... Read More »

Princess Tower enters Guinness Records

The 107-storey-tall Princess Tower in Dubai has been recognised by Guinness World Records as the world’s tallest residential building. Measuring 414 metres from base to tip, the tower comprises six basement floors, a ground floor and 100 above-ground residential levels. The tower occupies an area of 37,410 square feet and houses 763 luxury apartments. Dubai already has a Guinness Record ... Read More »