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The Battle with Ramadan

If one could personify Ramadan, it would be an individual from whom you simply could not remove your gaze – hypnotised by its magnanimity....

COVID-19: Humanity’s Awakening Shock?

The Awakening Shock My Sheikh (spiritual master and my spiritual guide) often speaks of the ‘awakening shock’. A moment in time or a series of...

BOOK REVIEW: After the Prophet: The Epic Story of the Shia-Sunni Split by Lesley Hazleton

As a Sunni Muslim, I never had the chance to learn about this political split between Muslims. Whenever I would ask an elder growing...

Could the Hajj Stampede Have Been Avoided?

By Sabah Ismail Last month, in the most devastating disaster to have hit Saudi Arabia in a long while, over 2000 people were crushed to...

Seema Jaya Sharma: Forever ‘Alive’

Seema Jaya Sharma, a mother-of-two from Ilford in London, passed away after a six-year battle with cancer last month. Read Sabah Ismail’s article that she...

Muslims “Quietly Condone Terrorism” – a Desperate Lie

While Muslims around the world fasted during the holy month of Ramaḍān, both terrorists and politicians alike continued in their respective destructive crusades which...

Manchester Multiculturalism: Fasting, Food & Festival

MEND, Myriad Foundation and #ShareRamadan came together during Ramadan to hold an event at Sheridan Suite, where the diverse people of the North West,...

The History of The Blue Mosque

One of the most monumental Islamic structures in the world is the Blue Mosque; the seventeenth largest Mosque in the world which can accommodate...

‘United We Stand’ Comes to Manchester

Islamic Help charity organisation and Ion Promotions came together to put on the fresh and contemporary United We Stand show at Manchester’s Hilton Hotel...

A Day in the Life of a Muslim in Ramadan

By Ayyaz Malik I am 28 years old and have been keeping fasts for at least sixteen years. I am a Muslim and I do this...
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