Tag: MOSQUES

News 8 Min Read

Scholars defend imams who support Palestine through du’ā

This is a collective statement from Muslim leaders defending the integrity of du'ā in mosques and the upholding of truth.

Latest Opinion 15 Min Read

Humza Yousaf, the Ulama, & the Challenge of Assimilation

Following Humza Yousaf's appointment as Scotland's First Minister, Dr. Abdul Wahid argues that Yousaf's newfound office may be more harmful than helpful.

Stay Safe, Pray Safe: How to open mosques safely and lawfully

Mosques should NOT re-open until they follow these steps, says charity specialist Jahangir Mohammed

Imāms and Masjid committees must inform their congregations of the 18 degrees prayer timing

Visit Islam21c.com/PTC for your cities Ramadān calendar. You can also receive daily prayer times for your exact location using our handy telegram bot. All praise be to Allāh and may the peace and blessings be upon the Prophet Muhammad.  The ongoing debate concerning the correct time to start fasting requires

Bethlehem: A City of Islam

Bethlehem is a city that is famous for being the alleged birth place of one of the greatest and mightiest Messengers of Allāh, ʿIsā / Jesus (ʿalayhi al-Salām).

America News News Opinion US 6 Min Read

Double “Standards” over Mosque Bombing

Many have pointed out what they call Islamophobia and double standards by the ‘mainstream media’ after a mosque in Minnesota, United States was bombed in the early hours of Saturday morning during the Fajr prayer.

The “Missing Muslims” Report:  More of the Same

Jahangir Mohammed says that the recent report by the Citizens UK Commission on Islam, Participation & Public Life is yet another report about "the Muslims" which follows a familiar theme: "Muslims as a problem"...

Current Affairs Editorials 8 Min Read

Rising Above Social Issues in 2016

Scroll down for an interactive timeline of articles focusing on some of the important issues affecting society in 2016 The last year we witnessed major historical events both internationally and domestically. This past year at Islam21c we sought to bring information, guidance and solutions to our readership during these tumultuous

Minaret: £150k | Imam: £15k

In a few remarks that garnered much debate, a well-known and respected UK scholar, Sheikh Zahir Mahmood, recently wrote: We have minarets worth £150,000 but only pay £15,000 for the imam. We invest more in structures than in people. We must be the only community with such utter lack of

Church bells toll but are the mosque mimbars silent?

The cruel joke of Russia & Assad's 'humanitarian' ceasefire The Russians and the Syrian regime have supposedly agreed to a 'humanitarian pause' and opened 'humanitarian corridors' in Aleppo. The big question is - was this a genuine humanitarian gesture? The answer, unfortunately, is an unambiguous, categorical, undeniable and definitive, NO. We are