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Britain’s first ever Turkish mosque at risk of closing

Edward Rowe

Do you know about the London mosque that has links to an Ottoman princess? Masjid Ramadan in Hackney is fighting for its survival.

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Egypt: Is it the Uḥud of Today?

Ahmed Hammuda 14 Min Read

The loss of Egypt can be considered a depressing point in history for many Muslims. Indeed, as Muslims we have been agonisingly hurt by this defeat. Many of us had thought that

Is Your Home an Islamic Home?

Dr Aisha Hamdan 12 Min Read

Allāh says: "And Allāh has made for you in your homes a place of rest…" This may seem like an unusual question and your automatic response may be "Why, of course my

Rain – A Summary of Key Islamic Manners and Rulings Part 1

K Khan 14 Min Read

As the rain pours down, let’s take the opportunity to reflect on how Islām teaches us to interact with this great blessing. Islām should guide us in all of our affairs, so

[al- Ṭaḥawiyyah Pt 24-6] Between Allāh’s Grace and Mercy

Shaykh Dr. Haitham al-Haddad 9 Min Read

وَ کُلھم مُتَقلبونَ فِی مَشِیئته ، بَین فَضله وَعَدله All of them are subject to His will, between either His grace or His justice. The statement of the author complements the many

Association of Syrian Scholars on ISIL’s Actions

Ahmed Hammuda 9 Min Read

In the name of Allāh, most Beneficent, Most Merciful “Allāh does not like that the evil should be uttered in public except by him who has been wronged. And Allāh is ever

Gender Relations in Islām

Sheikh Alomgir Ali 25 Min Read

Backdrop  Hysteria took over the media in recent weeks regarding the issue of gender segregation in public institutions in the UK. Such hysteria is not uncommon amongst the press these days as