Tag: SCHOOLS

Opinion 33 Min Read

7 myths about the school prayer ban and court ruling

The High Court has ruled in favour of Michaela School's discriminatory prayer ban; Yusuf Patel debunks a number of misconceptions.

Culture 20 Min Read

Advice to parents and schools after Michaela prayer ban

In the aftermath of the Michaela prayer ban and High Court judgment, many questions remain unanswered.

News 7 Min Read

Egypt bans schoolgirls from wearing niqab

Cairo’s niqab ban models French government’s recent decision to ban schoolgirls from wearing the abaya.

Unscripted #16 | GCSEs are dumb | Usman Qureshi

Join us this week on our Unscripted podcast with Usman Qureshi.

Current Affairs Education Health Islamic Thought Non-News 14 Min Read

The Muslim minority you never hear about

Bismillāh Alḥamdulillāh Wassalātu Wassalāmu ʿala rasūlillāh, Wa ʿala ālihi wa saḥbihī wa man wāla With deafness being the second largest disability in the UK, it is surprising that the overwhelming majority of the British public do not understand the concept of a Deaf culture. Honestly speaking, the concept seemed quite

Featured Islamic Thought Latest Islamic Opinion Propagation Women 10 Min Read

Hijab: A Generation of Change

“And say to the believing women that they should lower their gaze and guard their modesty; that they should not display their beauty and ornaments except what must ordinarily appear thereof; that they should draw their veils over their bosom…” It started one Ramadan. But then, I am getting ahead

Education Featured Islamic Thought Latest Islamic Opinion Propagation 17 Min Read

Aspiring Minds: Empowering the Youth

  Mistaken identity – the need for Spiritual Development We find that the youth of today are in search of some “freedom” with the desire to live their “own lives.” The majority of youth are goalless, yet for Muslims our goals are all divinely inspired. Allāh says, “The goal of

Current Affairs Education Featured Propagation 16 Min Read

Our Children; Bullied to Death

It was in the winter of 1967 when a young, bespectacled boy named Steven Shepherd left his home and walked in heavy rain to strawberry fields in Newburgh, Lancashire. The fields were important to Steven. Some months prior, Steven had an unusual and momentary break from a sequence of abuse, physical

Current Affairs Education Europe Featured Opinion Politics UK 17 Min Read

Why I am against grammar schools

Meritocratic Society or Politics in Play? On the 12th of September 2016, PM Theresa May unveiled plans to lift the near 20-year ban introduced by Labour in 1998 against opening new grammar schools. Plans not initially present in the 2015 election manifesto, May’s idea has been met with considerable opposition

The Pain of Invasion, Relief and the Way to Victory

Marking its 68th anniversary, very few remain to tell their story of the Nakbah, or the Palestinian Catastrophe, of 1948. One that culminated in the violent extermination and mass expulsion of millions of Palestinians from their homes to be replaced by a migrant people, prompted by a political movement, branded