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THE GOOD NEWS ABOUT ISLAM

THE GOOD NEWS ABOUT ISLAM I thought you might be ready for some encouraging words about Islam and its deadly branch, radical Islamism. So here it is: The whole religion is heading toward collapse. Actually, it’s crumbling already. Take, for example, two hardcore Muslim countries, Bangladesh and Pakistan. Since 1997, by our count, 522,000 Bangladeshi Muslims have turned to Isa, ... Read More »

5 Good News Stories From the Muslim World

5 Good News Stories From the Muslim World No one can know the depth of pain and suffering that a true Muslim goes through. There are the usual ups and downs of life that every person on the planet goes through – failure, poverty, ill health and even death. There are the long term issues that worry anyone – economy, ... Read More »

good news for islam

good news for islam In an earlier section, we mentioned that those sincere believers who give themselves to Allah will enjoy His blessings in this life before they enter Paradise. One of the most important blessings is the promise of good news to believers. Several verses”speak of Allah’s promise of Paradise and the announcement of this good news to believers ... Read More »

Chicago’s non-Muslim school girls wear hijab to promote acceptance of Islamic beliefs

Chicago’s non-Muslim school girls wear hijab to promote acceptance of Islamic beliefs Chicago: Vernon Hills High School is objecting to Islamophobia and racism with an initiative called “Walk a Mile in Her Hijab.” Over a dozen non-Muslim girls agreed to wear a traditional Islamic head scarf to better understand the Muslim faith and life as a Muslim woman. School senior ... Read More »

Muslims And Catholics Come Together For Christmas Food Drive

Muslims And Catholics Come Together For Christmas Food Drive In a partnership built on the true spirit of giving, members of the Muslim mosque in London, Ontario decided to help boost a Catholic church holiday food drive. 100 families were given supplies of food for Christmas, and with the bigger than average donations to the drive, the church will be ... Read More »

California Group Helps Young Muslims, Jews Find Common Ground

California Group Helps Young Muslims, Jews Find Common Ground Young Muslims and Jews are making friendships through an organization that builds one-on-one relationships within the two communities. The group is called NewGround, and it is building bridges, partly through the sharing of personal stories. A young Muslim neurosurgeon explains he was orphaned as a child and was raised by a ... Read More »

Episcopal Church Opens Doors to Muslims

Episcopal Church Opens Doors to Muslims The Rector and congregation of St John’s Episcopal Church in Aberdeen have offered the hand of Christian fellowship – and part of their church building – to the hundreds of Muslims attending a neighboring and overcrowded mosque. The Aberdeen mosque is so busy at times that members of the Muslim community were having to ... Read More »

Far Right Protesters Make Friends With Muslims After Being Invited for Tea

Far Right Protesters Make Friends With Muslims After Being Invited for Tea A mosque has been praised for serving tea and biscuits to English Defence League supporters after the far-right group arranged a demonstration there. About six people turned up to protest at the mosque in Bull Lane, York, on Sunday and were invited inside to play football with Muslim ... Read More »

Muslim Groups are Putting Their Faith in Food Banks to Help the Poor

Muslim Groups are Putting Their Faith in Food Banks to Help the Poor Ali Jawad, a 22-year-old business student and regular volunteer at a Muslim food bank in London, sees a constant stream of people picking up packaged goods to feed themselves over the next five days. Food banks in the UK are overwhelmingly operated by church-affiliated groups, including the ... Read More »

Jewish, Muslim Volunteers Do Good Christmas Day Deeds

Jewish, Muslim Volunteers Do Good Christmas Day Deeds Across Detroit, organizers said nearly 1,000 Jewish volunteers did good deeds on Thursday’s Mitzvah Day — an annual rite of community service on Dec. 25, when Christians typically want to be home celebrating Christmas, rather than doling servings at a soup kitchen. Increasingly for the last six Christmases, Muslims have joined the ... Read More »