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Book Review: The importance of the Constitution ot Medina

By RabbI Allen Maller
“The Constitution, Charter or Covenant of Medina pre-dated the English Magna Carta by almost six centuries. It applied to the 10,000+ citizens living in Medina at that time. Remarkably, 45% of the total population in Medina consisted of pagan Arabs, 40% consisted of Jews, and only 15% were Muslims, at the start of this treaty. These numbers were recorded by Prophet Muhammad through a census he commissioned. So Prophet Muhammad’s Charter/Covenant of Medina was designed to govern a multi-religious pluralistic society in a manner that allowed religious freedom for all. ..”

Improving your Salaah: The Checklist

By Dr Hossam Roushdi

Many of us make careless mistakes when doing our prayers. Here is a checklist to ensure that we are doing our prayers in a way that is acceptable to Allah. ..

Continue your good deeds after Ramadan

By Dr Moin Shubib

Too often we Muslims neglect the good things we did during Ramadan. We slip back into old bad habits. We think that out best behaviour can wait till next Ramadan, but how can we be sure that we will live that long?

Remembering Death

By Zaheer Yaqoob
“Jannah doesn’t come easy. We have to struggle with heart and soul to know Allah and to seek Allah’s good pleasure. This is a lifelong struggle..”

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…”