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Muslim children reading Quran / Source: nlightmentz.wordpress.com
Dec01

Developing faith and character in our kids

By: Shaykh Abdullah Kapodravi Source: ilmgate.org On 7th April 2006, Shaykh Abdullah Kapodravi (db), a prominent scholar from India, made an impromptu speech before Salat  al-Jumu`ah Jumma Masjid, Batley, England. He highlighted the dangers facing Muslims in today’s turbulent times, pleading Muslim parents to focus on their responsibilities, and asking the audience to implement the teachings of Prophet Muhammad, Sallallahu Alayhi Wasallam. The Shaykh is a prolific writer, orator and educationalist, who served as chancellor of Darul Uloom Tadkeshwar, India for 28 years. He has traveled extensively in the Islamic world and the West. He is aged 74, and currently resides in Canada. The speech...

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Nov30

Human Appeal Australia provides drought relief to more Australian farmers

By: Human Appeal Australia Source: MuslimVillage On Saturday 18th of August Human Appeal Australia launched its “Farmers Drought Appeal” to help drought stricken Australian farmers. Human Appeal with the help of our generous community has been able to raise and allocate an amazing amount of $90,000 to help alleviate the hardships faced by farmers. On Tuesday 27th November the Human Appeal team including the Chairman: Mr Riyad Qasim and the City of Canterbury Bankstown Councillor Bilal El-Hayek, headed out to Cobar NSW and Warren Shire to supervise the aid distribution. With the help of Cobar Council (a sister Council to Canterbury Bankstown Council) the aid was distributed among farmers in...

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Nov28

Human Appeal Australia brings urgent relief to drought-affected farmers

By: Human Appeal Australia Source: MuslimVillage On Saturday 18th August Human Appeal Australia launched The Farmers Drought Appeal to help affected farmers with urgent relief. Human Appeal with the help of our generous community has been able to raise and allocate an amazing amount of $90,000 to help alleviate the hardship faced by farmers. On Tuesday 27th November the Human Appeal team including chairman Riyad Qasim will head out to Cobar, a sister council of the city of Canterbury/Bankstown council and then to Warren Shire to supervise the distribution of aid. On 28th November aid will be distributed among farmers in Cobar. On the following day, the team in conjunction with Fletcher...

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