Tag: FOOD

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Gluttony: The Rise of a Deadly Sin

In the first of a two-part series on excessive eating and drinking, Zishan Khan reveals the sinful nature of the physically and mentally harmful act.

Featured Health Latest Islamic Opinion Propagation Ramadan 1443 16 Min Read

Don’t Let Instagram Iftars Ruin Ramadan

Could 'Insta iftars' be ruining Ramadan? Ibrahim Omer reminds us of the secrets between the blessed month and our desires.

Turn your Meals into ʿIbādah this Ramadān

Many of us may be unwittingly poisoning ourselves in the nights of Ramadan. Click to read some nutritious foods praised by the sources of Islam.

Recapturing Ramadān from Capitalism

The economic boom caused by Ramadan in the UK is described as third after Christmas and Easter. Laura Stuart asks if Muslims are using this power effectively...

The Story of Saba

A people who made the strangest of du'as...

“Charity Begins at Home”

Yusuf Patel takes a critical look at Muslim discourse surrounding charitable spending in the UK and abroad. Does charity really begin "at home"?

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“Muslims charities have been aiding since 3am” – Grenfell fire response

Since the tragic event at the Grenfell tower – in North Kensington, West London – began to unfold, volunteers across many Muslim charities began scrambling to help those in need. According to reports from the volunteers involved in this cause, there were volunteers distributing crates of water to the victims

MPs’ report reveals shocking levels of food wastage across UK

In a time where food poverty in the UK is at a record high, a report published by the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee has highlighted a shocking level of food wastage across the country.

Current Affairs Europe Featured Politics UK 7 Min Read

Preston Community vs. EDL: They Came, They Ate, Islam Conquered

They Came, They Ate, Islam Conquered - One Preston, One Community Saturday the 20th February 2016 will be a date that will live in the minds of those who participated, for a very long time.  Many aspects of the day were so special, so unique and so unprecedented that mere