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Good manners: the core of a Muslim’s character

By Dr Husni Hammuda

“As memories of Ramadan recede, we must hang on to the lessons learned. All the fasting, prayers and charitable giving should have improved our Adab and Akhlaaq, the good manners we owe towards others. As Prophet Muhammad declared: “I have only been sent  to perfect good manners…” 

Eidul Fitr khutbah by Dr Muein Shubib

By Dr Muein Shubib
“This inspiring, short khutbah was delivered By Dr Muein Subib at the Jurgens Centre, Englefield Green, Surrey, UK on 15 June 2018

To view the video khutbah, please click here:”

British Royalty’s commitment to diversity

By Akbar Ahmed
“The West and Islam are not two separate entites. Islam has done much to shape Western civilization and given Europe and the world the fabulous example of the era of convivencia. By rediscovering it, we will hopefully begin to see the pendulum swing away from fear, anger, and hatred towards Muslims and other minorities and towards making “coexistence” a reality…”

Another khutbah for Eidul Fitr – 2018

By Arshad Gamiet
“Never ever fool yourself thinking you can’t change things. Don’t ever adopt a defeatist attitude. To despair and give up all hope is a grave sin. Life is a challenge, a test from Allah; and Allah’s help is always near…”

Laylatul Qadr and the last 10 days of Ramadan

By Sami El Taji

“Laytlatul Qadr, the Night of Power, is in the last 10 days of Ramadan. Some scholars say that it is in one of the odd nights, i.e. 21st, 23rd, 25th, 27th or 29th of Ramadan…”
To view this video khutbah, please click here:

A new Muslim reflects on the last 10 days of Ramadan…

By Lisa Suhay
“As a very new Muslim at the end of my first ever Ramadan I believe Islam should come with a warning label, but not for the reason many non-Muslims might think. WARNING: Ramadan may cause addiction to Islam and community.

The first week of Ramadan was overwhelming… (PLEASE READ FURTHER..)

Hold the world (dunya) in your hands, not in your heart.

By Radia Razack
“. Attachment has its opposite, detachment. Moving from the extreme of attachment towards detachment is a migration that presents much challenge to the human psyche. We find ourselves forming attachments to the world and its many bedazzlements, to the extent that it sometimes becomes an obsession or drive. ..”