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Hate crimes against Muslims in Britain spike after 'jihadi' attacks, study finds
Jun24

UK: spike in anti-Muslim hate crimes after ‘jihadi’ attacks, says study

By: Alan Travis Source: The Guardian http://www.theguardian.com/society/2015/jun/17/hate-crimes-against-muslims-britain-spike-jihadi-attacks-study Muslims in Britain are becoming the target of hate crimes in retribution for terrorist attacks around the world, according to a new report based on the latest figures for anti-Muslim attacks. The study by Teesside University found that children as young as 10 have been involved in hate-crime attacks and incidents, although most perpetrators were identified as being over 40. The latest data for anti-Muslim incidents in Britain from the Tell Mama project reveals that there were noticeable spikes in the immediate aftermath of the high-profile...

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fundrasing dinne
Jun23

Jun 27 2015 – SYD – Australia’s 1st University campus for Islamic Studies

Organizer: ISRA ISRA Australia would like to announce its new initiative to build a university campus for Islamic studies in Sydney and the first step in raising funds with a fundrasing dinner on Saturday 27 June. ISRA’s ongoing commitment to authentic Islamic education has resulted in a steady increase in our student base and paved the way for a much-needed university campus. With great humility and hope we announce the launch of a building fund for Australia’s 1st university campus for Islamic Studies.  You now have the opportunity to help us make history! Come along to our Fundraising Dinner below to show your support and contribute towards this landmark...

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Jun09

Children’s upbringing: getting it right

  By: Haqqseeker Source: Muslimvillage.com A mother is the most favourably positioned person who can direct and determine the role and character of her children. Speaking about her role of responsibility as the guide and overseer of her children, our Nabi (Sallallāhu ‘Alayhi Wasallam) said: “And, the woman is the Shepherdess of the home of her husband and of his children. All of you will be questioned about their flock”. Many famous men of Islām attained wilāyat (sainthood) at the hands of their mothers. As a result of the sublime maternal efforts expended in the moral and spiritual training of children, they attained the lofty ranks of spiritual elevation. The religious...

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