Thursday , 15 November 2018

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Senegal’s teachers struggle with the clash between science and faith

Senegal is a deeply religious country. About 90% of the West African nation’s residents are Muslim, about 5% are Christian and the rest identify as animist – they believe that natural objects, idols or fetishes have magical power. Many Senegalese embrace at least some elements of animism even if they are Muslim or Christian. In spite of its citizens’ beliefs, ... Read More »

Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies (OCIS) Scholarships

These scholarships have been established by tThe Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies is a Recognized Independent Centre of the University of Oxford. It was established in 1985 to encourage the scholarly study of Islam and the Islamic world. The Centre provides a meeting point for the Western and Islamic worlds of learning. At Oxford, it contributes to the multi-disciplinary and ... Read More »

This Islamic School Helps Students Build Their American And Muslim Identity

Like any good fifth-grade teacher, Mike Matthews wants to make his social studies unit on the American West as exciting as possible. So he’s planning a special “Wild West” evening at the school with his students. “We’re going to have good ol’ cowboy-fashion hot dogs and beans, Texas Toast and beef jerky,” he says. Matthews will tell stories around a ... Read More »

MPEB remarks at Oireachtas’ Joint Committee on Education and Skills meeting

The MPEB was invited to attend the Oireachtas hearing on Equal Status (Admission to Schools) Bill 2016 on Tuesday, 7th February 2017. The Muslim Primary Education Board is a voluntary body, representing Muslim Primary Schools in Dublin but also speaks on behalf of the thousand of Muslim children attending schools throughout Ireland. According to the 2011 Census, there were almost ... Read More »

Lesson during Tarawee

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Earlier Scientists in Islam

Earlier Scientists in Islam Muslim scientists have been working rigorously earlier in all fields who developed basic things which is helping the present scientists. Watch this video: Watch the video at Muslim World Network at If you watch at Mobile phone use “Puffin” App or watch at your computer. Read More »

Task Force Essay: Islam, Science, Methodological Naturalism, Divine Action, and Miracles

Introduction How does the world really function, in its most fundamental way? And what is God’s role in it? These are two “big questions”, among the biggest that there are, and one may wonder whether we humans could possibly reach any satisfactory and consistent answers that would not just be “sophisticated views” but have solid ground underlying them. After all, ... Read More »

Friday no more weekly holiday for government-run high madrassas in Assam

Guwahati: The Assam government has decided to discontinue the weekly holiday on Friday in some of government-run high madrassas in the state, said Health & Education Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma on Monday. Sarma said that the state Education Department has already issued instruction to those madrassas to function like other schools on Friday. The minister said it came to his ... Read More »

BuzzFeed Features All-Muslim Content On Its Snapchat Discover ChannelBuzzFeed Features All-Muslim Content On Its Snapchat Discover Channel

BuzzFeed’s Snapchat Discover channel usually comprises a lighthearted mix of listicles, videos, celebrity news, and funny animations. On Monday, BuzzFeed applied its typical playful format to a collection of stories about Muslim life. The Snapchat collection, which disappears after 24 hours, included a profile of a Muslim fashion blogger, a graphic called “8 Emojis All Muslims Need,” a video showing ... Read More »

10 Things You May Not Have Known About The Ka’bah

World Bulletin / News Desk The Ka’bah is the holiest of all Muslim places in the world. It is located at the center of Al-Masjid al-Haram, in Mecca, Saudi Arabia. Everywhere in the world, Muslims have to face the Ka’bah during prayers, known as facing the Qiblah. 1. The Ka’bah has been reconstructed several times Ka’bah has been damaged several times by natural disasters such ... Read More »