Wednesday , 18 October 2017

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Befitting reply to Singer Sonu Nigham

Befitting reply to Singer Sonu Nigham Warch this video where Sonu Nigham, the Singer has tweeted that giving Azan “Gundagardi” where it is befitting reply: Befitting reply to Singer Sonu Nigham:// Read More »

The second coming of Muslim Jesus – Eesa (pbuh)

Muslims worldwide love and revere the Prophet Jesus. The Quran states: “Behold! The angels said: ‘O Mary! God giveth thee glad tidings of a Word from Him. His name will be Jesus Christ, the son of Mary, held in honor in this world and the Hereafter and in (the company of) those nearest to God.'” Muslims believe that Jesus will ... Read More »

Islam and United Kingdom

Islam in the United Kingdom Demographics [Return to top] Prior to the end of the Second World War, there had for some time been a small Islamic presence in Britain. Britain’s colonial heritage meant that it had had some amount of contact with the religion of Islam for several centuries. During the nineteenth century the Islamic presence in Britain expanded, ... Read More »

10 Things You Use Every Day That Are Invented by Muslims

10 Things You Use Every Day That Are Invented by Muslims Along with the first university, and even the toothbrush, there are many surprising Muslim inventions that have shaped the world in which we live today. The origins of these fundamental ideas and objects are the focus of “1001 Inventions”, a book celebrating the forgotten history of 1,000 years of ... Read More »

The Facts about Live Polio Vaccine

The Facts about Live Polio Vaccine   It is true that oral polio vaccine can cause vaccine associated polio which is exteremely rare. That’s why for the past almost 20 years all developed countries are using only dead polio vaccine (injection) not oral polio vaccine as the incidence of natural polio is zero. However in those countries where natural polio ... 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 »

For many minorities, Britain is not living up to its own values

The controversy over the Trojan Horse allegations of “extremism” at a number of Birmingham schools has provoked much discussion concerning the need to teach and assert British values to children. There has been a quick turnaround from the government, and a two-month consultation has now been launched on proposals to promote British values in schools. The proposals come about as ... Read More »

The Guardian view on a key poll: victory for anti-Muslim bigotry Editorial

In India there is increasing concern that minorities are being told they exist merely on the goodwill of the majority. For some of India’s 140 million Muslims it is enough to debate withdrawing from public life The world breathed a sigh of relief last week as the Islamophobe populist Geert Wilders failed to become the head of the biggest party ... Read More »

Faith of our fathers

Fearing extremism and lack of integration, European governments want more of the continent’s imams to be home-grown FOR a snapshot of how Europeans, Muslim and non-Muslim, learn about Islam, visit the Centrum mosque near Hamburg railway station. A converted public bath, it is one of about 60 prayer spaces serving 200,000 Muslims in the city. This community’s roots are in ... Read More »

Religious countries likely to perform worse in science and maths, study finds

Research also finds women generally more religious than men Students in religious countries are likely to perform worse in science and maths than their more agnostic or atheist counterparts, new research has found. “Countries that are more religious score lower in educational performance,” the study’s co-author, Professor Gijsbert Stoet, told The Independent. As a result he advised that “governments that might ... Read More »