Is Islam being criminalised – Mohammed Jahangir – Centre for Muslim affairs

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Over 600 people attended a unique event held in Manchester with a further 2000 people watching live online. The event brought together local and national Muslim leaders to address the current rise in attacks against Islamic values by mainstream politicians and the media. In particular the esteemed panelists discussed the latest set of measures proposed in the new Government report, 'Tackling Extremism in the UK.' The report sets out a number of measures including TEBOs (Terrorism and Extremism Behavior Orders) which are equivalent to ASBOs that could be placed on Muslim speakers and Imams who the government alleges are promoting 'extremism'. Thus they could be prohibited from attending mosques, delivering talks, meeting with particular Muslims, having access to phones or the internet etc... Keep Reading »

Is Islam Being Criminalised – Moazzem Begg – Cage Prisoners

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Over 600 people attended a unique event held in Manchester with a further 2000 people watching live online. The event brought together local and national Muslim leaders to address the current rise in attacks against Islamic values by mainstream politicians and the media. In particular the esteemed panelists discussed the latest set of measures proposed in the new Government report, 'Tackling Extremism in the UK.' The report sets out a number of measures including TEBOs (Terrorism and Extremism Behavior Orders) which are equivalent to ASBOs that could be placed on Muslim speakers and Imams who the government alleges are promoting 'extremism'. Thus they could be prohibited from attending mosques, delivering talks, meeting with particular Muslims, having access to phones or the internet etc... Keep Reading »

Is Islam being criminalised – Dr Reza Pankhurst – Hizb ut-Tahrir

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Over 600 people attended a unique event held in Manchester with a further 2000 people watching live online. The event brought together local and national Muslim leaders to address the current rise in attacks against Islamic values by mainstream politicians and the media. In particular the esteemed panelists discussed the latest set of measures proposed in the new Government report, 'Tackling Extremism in the UK.' The report sets out a number of measures including TEBOs (Terrorism and Extremism Behavior Orders) which are equivalent to ASBOs that could be placed on Muslim speakers and Imams who the government alleges are promoting 'extremism'. Thus they could be prohibited from attending mosques, delivering talks, meeting with particular Muslims, having access to phones or the internet etc... Keep Reading »

Is Islam being criminalised – Abdullah al-Andalusi – Muslim Debate Initiative

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Over 600 people attended a unique event held in Manchester with a further 2000 people watching live online. The event brought together local and national Muslim leaders to address the current rise in attacks against Islamic values by mainstream politicians and the media. In particular the esteemed panelists discussed the latest set of measures proposed in the new Government report, 'Tackling Extremism in the UK.' The report sets out a number of measures including TEBOs (Terrorism and Extremism Behavior Orders) which are equivalent to ASBOs that could be placed on Muslim speakers and Imams who the government alleges are promoting 'extremism'. Thus they could be prohibited from attending mosques, delivering talks, meeting with particular Muslims, having access to phones or the internet etc... Keep Reading »

Inspiring speech by 7 year old! Message to Muslim Ummah at protest for Syria [Sydney, 2012]

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In the Democratic System Practicing Islam between Football & Politics

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Supporting the winning team with most Money and Power without Principles...in Football that's called 'glory hunting', in Islam its called 'taking the lesser if two evils' during elections. I wish some Muslims were as principled with the Ummah as they are with their Football teams :) It is our duty to support our Ummah in its time of need, follow its results it's wins and losses, whether it's an easy victory or sudden death. Unlike Football, Islam is not a spectator sport. Going mad about voting for this Mayor or that Councillor or MP, and then straight after elections 99% of all Facebook posts from many Muslims is about football, our happiness and our sorrows, our sense of victory and loss, our sense of honour and shame..wasted on the 'Bread and Circuses' of today. Also to those 'pundits' which gave the 'lesser of two EVILS' fatwa and now gone back to teaching Tajweed and Aqueedah detached from reality until the next election...Shame on you! We should not follow the aspiring 'fan', 'spectator' or 'pundit' we should gain knowledge, verify our knowledge and carry Dawa.. If voting and then watching the footie, is the new 'British Islam' the Kuffar are succeeding if this lifestyle continues. Keep Reading »

Importance of Aashura

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Illumination of the Mind by Ustadh Kamal Abu Zahra

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How to preserve the Islamic identity – Ferdous Ahmed

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Birmingham, UK, Wednesday 25th December 2013 -- Muslims from all over the UK gathered at the Bia Lounge, Golden Hillock Road, to attend an event entitled, "Preserving the Islamic identity in the West". The event was organised as part of the Know Muhammad (pbuh) campaign and was in relation to the latest attacks on Islam, relating to the veil and segregation row as well as addressing the government's latest "Tackling extremism in the UK" report. This talk outlines the Islamic aqeeda is both spiritual and political, dealing with the affairs of life in the most complete and comprehensive of manners. The speaker details the plans of Western governments knowing that the strength of Islam lies in her intellectual leadership; hence they are attempting to remove this political element from Islam through calls for an Islamic reformation. The talk highlights the responsibility of the Muslim community in holding on to Islam by exposing the agenda of the West. How it should remain steadfast just like the Prophet (pbuh). Keep Reading »

How should a common Muslim evaluate contradicting opinions by scholars – Sheikh Abu Talha

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When two scholars are giving contradictory opinions regarding an issue, how should a common Muslim evaluate the two opinions with the intention to follow the best one in obedience to Allah (SWT)? Sheikh Abu Talha explains how a Muslim should understand opinions of the ulama and try their best to follow one which is closest to the Quran & the Sunnah of Prophet Mohammed (SAW). Keep Reading »