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Honesty Policy – HappyDay Video. Who & Why?

Honesty Policy – HappyDay Video. Who & Why?

The Muslims of the U.K. clearly feel under attack and misrepresented in the main-stream media. It is an undisputed fact that Muslims are suffering from a huge campaign to “otherise” us and depict us as dangerous people who are not ...

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Five points on ‪#‎HappyMuslims‬

Five points on ‪#‎HappyMuslims‬

*Cross-posted from Uthman Badar’s Facebook page Some reflections on the now infamous video and responses, for all sides, to it: 1. This is not about smiling or being happy. You’d think this was obvious! But there’s actually people out there ...

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My thoughts on #HappyMuslims video

My thoughts on #HappyMuslims video

Cross post from Abu Eesa Niamatullah’s Facebook page - The background track behind all the folks dancing has got to be one of the most addictive things I’ve ever heard! I hear that Iblīs himself might have got personally involved ...

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I Ain’t Happy

I Ain’t Happy

Cross post from Escape the cage “People get used to anything. The less you think about your oppression, the more your tolerance for it grows. After a while, people just think oppression is the normal state of things. But to ...

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The Jihād of Job Hunting

The Jihād of Job Hunting

“Akhī, how can you go to a job interview with that beard?  Trim it down a bit.” “Akhī, why are you being so extreme?  Just shake her hand during the interview; Islām makes exceptions for necessities, and this is definitely ...

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The Hypocrisy of the “Muslim School Takeover Plot” That Never Was

The Hypocrisy of the “Muslim School Takeover Plot” That Never Was

The Muslim takeover of schools was almost complete, all the pieces were in place, years of painstaking planning were about to pay off, yet at the eleventh hour the whole plan was scuppered when the secret masterplan was leaked, pulling ...

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Is there such a thing as Islamic Feminism?

Is there such a thing as Islamic Feminism?

What is Feminism? Defining feminism can be a very difficult task. The conflicting views within the movement often lead to confusion and as a consequence, many feel it does not provide any clear direction for positive change. There are some ...

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Have the Muslims failed with Intellectual Disabilities?

Have the Muslims failed with Intellectual Disabilities?

  Children and adults with Intellectual Disabilities, as well as their families, suffer unprecedented levels of prejudice and discrimination throughout their lives. Such individuals are frequently victims of aggressive abuse, hostility, humiliation, conflict, teasing and stares[1][2][3]. They also experience social ...

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Seeking Knowledge – Lessons from the story of Mūsā and Khidr

Seeking Knowledge – Lessons from the story of Mūsā and Khidr

From the greatest forms of worship a Muslim can perform, is seeking knowledge purely for Allāh’s sake. Over the last few decades, Muslims in the West have become increasingly active in seeking knowledge, whether it be in the traditional ways ...

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Europe’s Problem of Rape Against Women

Europe’s Problem of Rape Against Women

One in 10 women has experienced some form of sexual violence since the age of 15, and one in 20 has been raped. 31 % of women have experienced one or more acts of physical violence since the age of 15. Only 14 % of ...

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