Mudeer, Assalaamu alaykum, I am writing this letter in response to your recent video, wherein you used a portion of Surah Abasa to justify the moral onslaught you have been launching against the honoured companions of the Prophet (صلى الله عليه...
On a Saturday morning she was delivered of a bouncing baby girl, and indelible indeed was the nine-month rigour of pregnancy and the one-day labour ordeal. A few days later, the husband announced Sunday (the 7th day) as the...
The amīrah (Muslim prefect), her deputy (who doubled as the assistant headgirl of the school) and a concerned Muslim colleague of theirs paid the principal a rare visit to request the use of hijāb on their uniform. Rather than...
"I refrained from commenting on the Kwara hijab controversy because there have been contending and conflicting propaganda from both sides and unless one sifts through them to get the facts one runs the risk of being misled by wrong...
We have watched silently as Oyo State Govt officials trample on rights of Muslims in all sectors, with reckless abandon. It is not possible we continue to ‘siddon look’. Haba! What do officials of government take us for? All these...
In our meeting with the executive governor of Kwara State, Malam Abdurrahmān Abdurrazzāq last Wednesday (24th February, 2021), he made it clear, after listening to submissions by representatives from both parties that his government will come up with a...
A lot has been said and written about the return of Eesa b. Maryam, Jesus the son of Mary, hence this write-up will focus on a specific angle of the discussion. Islam wasn't revealed in the 20th or 21st of...
There are 3 ways to resolve a conflict: 1. War 2. Dialogue 3. Instrument of the law War is not always bad. Sometimes, it's a viable tool for reformation & establishment of order. Unfortunately, war doesn't determine who's right between the conflicting parties...
The major discourse on the point of Islamic education opposites the western idea of schooling as it is evident that both method of schooling has diverse goals, and this shows plainly that they are not equivalent. It resembles contrasting...
It was Salāh time. The boy nearest to the mic - as habitual of me - was charged with the iqāmah. His corresponding countenance depicted rejection but I rather looked away. So he could not but do it as...

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