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6 Recent Instances of Horrific Rohingya Oppression

Posted on Sep 16, 2017

Most of us would have heard about the oppression our Muslim brothers and sisters are facing in Burma. This has been happening for many years now so it is certainly not something new. Below we show only 6 of the hundreds of instances (in no particular order) of oppression faced by the Rohingya, who are often referred to as the most oppressed people on Earth. May Allah (swt) make it easy on them.

The Current Plight of Myanmar’s Rohingya: A Brief Explainer

Posted on Sep 12, 2017

Recently we have seen horrific images and videos of Rohingyas, Burma’s Muslim minority living in the Rakhine state, being subjected to extreme persecution. There are reports of widespread killings, rape, torture, beheadings, and even people being burnt alive by Burma’s military and paramilitary forces.

Aurangzeb – Profiling the Great Sultan of Mughal India

Posted on Sep 4, 2017

He was the great ruler of the Mughal Sultanate under whose watch Islam flourished in the subcontinent, reaching its high watermark before the military defeats at the hands of Hindu forces in subsequent decades, and before its eventual collapse under the pressure of the British.

Abu Bakr As-Siddiq: Supporter of Islam and Model for Muslims

Posted on Aug 28, 2017

Abu Bakr (ra) is considered the greatest of the greatest generation to walk on the face of this earth. He was the first man who entered Islam. The characteristics of Abu Bakr As-Siddiq had a great influence in firming the position of RasulAllah ﷺ, since Abu Bakr (ra) was one of the nobles of the Quraysh and one of their notables before Islam. Before Islam, he (ra) used to cater for the Hujaaj and hosted the people. The people used to seek his help in their disasters and calamities. He was renowned by them for his good character and they used to love him and know him for his goodness.

The Poison of Greed

Posted on Aug 19, 2017

Below we delve into the topic of greed, how it can lead us to the disobedience of Allah (swt) and how we can overcome it insha Allah.

Is Islam a “reasonable” belief?

Posted on Aug 1, 2017

The following is part of the transcript to a talk delivered last year at an event in Melbourne titled “Is Islam a reasonable belief?”

[Shafiul Huq speaking]

The question we want to address tonight is not merely a theoretical question that a bunch of (radical) uni students happens to feel curious about.

Rather this question seems to have a very widespread appeal, especially in this particular historical moment – in the era of science and reason.

Political Theatre on again in “Anti-Terror” Raids

Posted on Jul 30, 2017

Raids were conducted by the police and intelligence officers on multiple properties in the Sydney suburbs of Surry Hills, Lakemba, Wiley Park and Punchbowl yesterday, allegedly in disruption of a planned attack to down an aircraft with an improvised device.

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