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Examples of abrogation in the Qur’ān and Sunnah and further reading
In the final part of this short series, Ustadh Kashif Zakiuddin explains abrogation, offers some examples, and shares sources of further reading.
Repeated Zionist attacks spur protest near Downing Street tomorrow
The Zionist apartheid is set to be exposed on Friday, with a demonstration taking place outside Downing Street at 6pm.
International Women’s Day – honouring our Uyghur mothers and sisters
In part four of this series, Islam21c’s Campaigns Co-ordinator and Stand4Uyghurs lead recounts her March 2022 Istanbul trip, while marking International Women’s Day.
Millwall FC have taken a major step in signing a historic charter that will enhance inclusiveness for Muslim players, fans, and support staff.
Fire at world’s largest refugee camp leaves 12,000 Rohingya homeless
In the latest trial for the oppressed Rohingya of Myanmar, a huge fire has destroyed thousands of shelters in Bangladesh’s Balukhali refugee camp.
Earthquakes strike again, will they inspire you to action?
As earthquakes continue to strike, we must rectify our relationship with Allah, reconcile damaged ties, and accept our human weaknesses.
Today marks 99 years since the destruction of the Ottoman Caliphate, heralding one of the darkest chapters in history, argues Dilly Hussain.
Key questions answered on abrogation in the Qur’ān and Sunnah
In part two of a short series, Ustadh Kashif Zakiuddin explains the meaning of ‘naskh’, its functions, examples, and the divine wisdom behind the concept.
Ayaan Institute report argues UK Muslim charity may exceed £4bn by 2051
Muslim charities in the UK received over £700m in income in 2020. The Ayaan Institute’s latest report argues that this may hit £4.39bn by 2051.