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Companies engaged in organic production seeking trade opportunities in the halal market

Posted: September 27, 2014, 7:00 am
Halal Hub Institute in collaboration with the Government of Andalusia, organized the conference about Halal and Ecology, where the commercial possibilities of the will be addressed halal certification for companies dedicated to organic production.

Parents make children wear ‘halal only’ signs after school serves wrong food

Posted: September 27, 2014, 7:00 am
‘Meals are provided by Bradford Council staff and we are liaising with the Council in undertaking an investigation as to why our strict procedures have not been followed on this occasion.’

American-palestinians: between outrage and protests

Posted: September 27, 2014, 7:00 am
The media favors Israel 100%. Moreover, they always show and refer to Palestinians as terrorists

What does Halal tourism entail? — Six questions

Posted: September 20, 2014, 7:00 am
Notwithstanding the diversity of the global Muslim population, there are certain amenities and services that Muslim tourists everywhere are likely to expect. Generally, Halal tourists may seek out restaurants that serve Halal meat and do not serve alcohol.

Leadership of spanish young muslims

Posted: September 20, 2014, 7:00 am
Although we are used to highlight the differences normally, these examples show that there are many more commonalities and differences far from being negative is a positive contribution to the awareness of society.

Islão em Geral

AL FURQÁN divulga e edita estudos Islâmicos em Portugal (primeira página Islâmica em Portugal)

Mensagem de Id ul Fitr - 2011 / 1432 H

Posted: June 12, 2013, 6:08 pm

Al Furqan

Neste dia de Id ul Fitr, expressamos os nossos desejos sinceros de felicidade para toda a Comunidade Islâmica.

Assalamu Alaikum:

O Id ul Fitr marca o fim do mês do Ramadão. Dizemos adeus ao mês abençoado, aos seus dias e às suas noites belas, espirituais e perfumadas. Deixamos o mês de buscar proximidade com al Gafur, al Rahim, esperando termos recarregado as nossas baterias espirituais.

O Id-ul-Fitr está relacionado com o mês sagrado do Ramadão. Isto significa o fim do mês de jejum (o primeiro dia do mês de Xaual).

O Id-ul-Fitr é um festival único. Não tem nenhuma conexão com qualquer evento histórico, nem está relacionado com a mudança das estações ou ciclos da agricultura. Não é um festival relacionado de alguma forma com assuntos mundanos. O seu significado é puramente espiritual. Este é o dia em que os muçulmanos agradecem a Deus por lhes ter dado a vontade, força e resistência para observar e obedecer rapidamente ao seu comando durante o mês sagrado do Ramadão.

Este dia traz alegria e felicidade no mundo muçulmano. A alegria não é, contudo, pela partida do Ramadão, é a felicidade que o ser humano (crente muçulmano) sente depois de concluir com sucesso uma tarefa importante.

É comemorado durante três dias. Presentes são trocados. Amigos e familiares reúnem-se para rezar em congregação.

A festa do Fitr é a recompensa de Deus para aqueles que jejuaram durante o mês sagrado do Ramadão. Neste mês, os homens devem tentar acumular o seu verdadeiro conhecimento sobre Allah, fazer actos de caridade aos necessitados, renovar as suas crenças para com o seu Senhor, e, portanto, será uma fonte de unidade e solidariedade para todos os muçulmanos em todo o mundo.

O Santo Profeta (Paz e Bênçãos estejam sobre Ele) comemorou o Id e encorajou todos os muçulmanos a fazê-lo. Ele disse aos muçulmanos para usar boas roupas, usar perfume e ir para a Mesquita para rezar a oração do Id. Ele também disse para trocarem presentes no Id, visitando-se uns aos outros, e passar o feriado geralmente de uma forma festiva. Devemos lembrar aos pobres, dando-lhes a fitrah antes do Id.

O dia do Id é para a recordação de Deus. O Santo Profeta (Paz e bênçãos estejam sobre ele) disse: "Dê a beleza a seu Id fazendo o Takbir".

Diz-se que o Profeta (paz e bênçãos estejam sobre ele) costumava sair de sua casa no dia do Id, recitando o Takbir e glorificando Deus em voz alta.

Hazrat Ali (r.a.) disse: "Id é para aqueles cujos jejuns foram aceites por Deus, e cujo culto foi apreciado por Deus. Cada dia que não desobedeçam a Deus é um dia de Id".

O que fazer hoje? Qual a Sunnah da Oração do Id?

Os seguintes actos prescrevem-se como Sunnah no início do dia de Id-ul-Fitr antes de prosseguir para a oração do Id:

1. Acordar de manhã cedo.

2. Lavar os dentes um a um com um mishwaak ou escova.

3. Tomar um banho.

4. Usar uma das suas melhores roupas disponíveis.

5. Usar perfume.

6. Comer um alimento doce, de preferência tâmaras, antes da oração do Id.

7. Recitar o seguinte Takbir em voz baixa, enquanto se dirige à oração do Id:

Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, Lá iláha Il'Allah; Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar ,Wa lil láhil hâmd. (Deus é Grande, Deus é Grande, Não há outra divindade senão Deus; Deus é Grande, Deus é Grande, e louvado seja Deus.

Prezados Irmãos:

Que Deus nos mantenha no caminho recto no sentido de obtermos as Bênçãos, a Misericórdia e o perdão de Deus;

Que Deus nos dê forças para vivermos como Muçulmanos, honesto e sinceros, dignos de exemplo;

E que o Dia de Id seja feliz para os Muçulmanos de todo o mundo.

Ameen

M. Yiossuf Mohamed


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Islamische Zeitung

Islamische Zeitung

Was geschah, als der Kalif Umar einen Mann beim Sündigen ertappte?

Posted: August 27, 2015, 10:00 pm
"Gott möge dir verzeihen"

Großeinsatz der Polizei nach Entdeckung von LKW in Österreich

Posted: August 26, 2015, 10:00 pm
„Bis zu 50 Tote“

Lammert und Merkel melden sich zu Wort: Fremdenfeindliche Krawalle sind „peinlich für unser Land“

Posted: August 24, 2015, 10:00 pm
Mehr als politische Inszenierung?

Neonazis urinieren in Berliner S-Bahn auf Kinder

Posted: August 23, 2015, 10:00 pm
Tatverdächtige festgenommen

The Muslim News

Yemen: After losses, Houthis make gains in Taiz

Posted: August 30, 2015, 8:19 am

TAIZ,  (AA): Following a number of recent reverses, the Shia Houthi militant group has reportedly managed to capture a number of strategic positions from forces loyal to president-in-exile Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi in and around Yemen’s southwestern city of Taiz. … Continued

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Libya: Scores of would-be migrants found dead off Libyan coast

Posted: August 30, 2015, 8:09 am

TRIPOLI, (AA): Libyan authorities have confirmed the discovery of scores of bodies of would-be migrants who appear to have drowned while trying to make the dangerous passage to Europe from the Libyan coast. On Friday, local authorities found at least … Continued

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Palestine: Dozens of protesters shot by Israeli army across W Bank

Posted: August 29, 2015, 8:36 am

IMEMC News & Agencies: A Palestinian journalist was shot and injured with a rubber-coated steel bullet, while another was abducted during clashes which erupted, in Ramallah’s village of Bil’in, between Palestinian locals and the Israeli army, as the latter suppressed … Continued

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... a place where Irf injects some much needed spice and chilli in discussions about Muslims.

OPINION: Why should Muslims speak about terrorism?

Posted: August 3, 2015, 10:30 am


It’s a common refrain. Muslims in Australia rarely have anything useful to say about terrorism. Each time the Federal Government decides it wants to add yet another layer to the already bulging layers of terrorism law, Muslims (with a few notable exceptions) seem almost disinterested or incapable of making a sensible contribution beyond boycotting meetings with the PM or complaining about racism. It’s as if they cannot address the changing law itself.
Then again, few other Australians, including our political leaders, have much sensible to say. Perhaps the only sensible thing our Prime Minister has said on the subject was soon after the Martin Place Siege in which three persons (including the gunman) lost their lives.
Andrew Lynch, Nicola McGarrity and George Williams, in their recently published Inside Australia’s Anti-Terrorism Laws and Trials, state that 
... we should be wary of letting those who wish us harm determine how we live as members of a free and democratic society. Abbott acknowledged the limits upon security in a liberal society when he said, in the aftermath of the Sydney siege, that even if Monis had been on agency watchlists and monitored 24 hours a day ‘it’s quite likely, certainly possible, that this incident could have taken place, because the level of control that would have been necessary to prevent people from going about their daily life, would be very, very high indeed..
This makes far more sense than hysterical references to the “Death Cult” or insulting remarks that Muslims need to say their faith is one of peace as if they really mean it. It also underscores just how important the efforts of ordinary Muslims are when they report suspicious persons and activities to their authorities, and when their testimony is crucial to the small number of successful terrorism convictions.
You can’t eliminate risk by throwing legislation at it. The law cannot solve everything. The above mentioned authors note: 
By the end of 2014, 64 separate pieces of anti-terrorism legislation had become law. 
These additional laws and the current raft of citizenship stripping laws would have been unlikely to stop Man Monis from murdering two innocent Australians.
The growing complexity of anti-terror law is such that the average Islamic society or council or federation committee would have little hope of understanding how it all fits together. We can’t expect religious bodies to have much useful to say on terrorism law reform. At best they can (and should) defer this to experts within their communities – lawyers, public policy experts and lobbyists.
And that assumes they all have the same approach to this issue. National security is tied up with other areas of government policy, including foreign policy. It is naïve to imagine that all Muslims in Australia have the same views on, say, the Syrian or Iraqi conflict. Opinions on the Syrian government have been divided within Lebanese Muslim circles since before the Lebanese civil war started in the 1970’s. For many in downtown Punchbowl and Preston, Hezbollah is the enemy when they were once heroes.
Sectarian divisions have turned political. How are these divisions to be managed? How much dialogue is there between Sunni and Shia? Has this translated into a common approach to addressing the issues raised by proposed laws?
Absolute unity isn’t what’s required. We don’t stop celebrating Eid just because we cannot agree on which day to celebrate it on. We shouldn’t have a base approach to civil liberties, democracy, citizenship, national security and foreign fighters just because some of us despise Assad more than others. Even if Muslim bodies don’t feel comfortable talking to the media or the politicians about terrorism, they can still talk to each other and to their members about the issue. And if they then decide to contact their local MP or even a Minister, they can at least honestly say that they have consulted with community members.
First published in the Australasian Muslim Times on 31 July 2015.

Wijblijvenhier.nl

Scherper dan het zwaard

Tien jaar moslim; waar het allemaal begon

Posted: August 13, 2015, 7:56 pm

Istanbul; momenteel het toneel van onrust en aanslagen. Tien jaar geleden was het echter de plaats waar ik kennis maakte met de islam. Ter gelegenheid van mijn jubileum als moslim, neem ik jullie graag mee terug in de tijd, om mijn spirituele ontdekkingsreis te herbeleven.

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Westerse ‘verlichting’ is een leugen! (Een rant)

Posted: August 9, 2015, 4:46 pm

Meme-tekst uit het plaatje luidt: ‘Als je denkt dat het christendom nooit zoals de radicale islam was, dan ken je je eigen christelijke geschiedenis niet’. Beste vrienden, niet alles is altijd wat het lijkt. Een rant naar aanleiding van een (...)

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Zes vragen aan Derek Otte: sprekenaar, schrijvenaar én leraar

Posted: July 31, 2015, 12:00 am

Derek Otte doceert vanaf oktober spoken word aan de Hogeschool Rotterdam. Wat hij precies gaat doen weet ik nog niet, en waarschijnlijk ben ik ook niet de enige: dit is uniek. En tof, dus stelde ik Derek wat vragen

The post Zes vragen aan Derek Otte: sprekenaar, schrijvenaar én leraar appeared first on Wijblijvenhier.nl.

Kijktip: Asscher en Aboutaleb

Posted: July 30, 2015, 1:01 am

De zomer is een tijd van rust, maar ook van terugkijken. In het kader daarvan deel ik twee uitzendingen die het terugkijken waard zijn. Argos TV Medialogica: De gewenste resultaten De eerste kijktip is een fraaie reconstructie van het circus (...)

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Doodzonde

Posted: July 30, 2015, 12:10 am

Vorige week zat je nog thuis te internetten en zag je de strijders met hun wapens in YouTube-filmpjes, nu ben jij die strijder en draag jij het wapen. Je weet niet wie je vijand precies is, maar dat weten ‘zij’ wel. De 'oprechte' broeders, die de naam Allah om de zin in hun mond nemen.

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Patheos Recent Articles

Patheos Recent Articles

The Prayer of a Dangerous King: Reflections on 1 Kings 8:1, 6, 10-11, 22-30, 41-43

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Solomon was a very dangerous king, and so are we dangerous the minute we forget the source of all we have and are.

Read an Excerpt From "The Bridge Builder"

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"He was a seeker and a self-examiner, a chronic critic of his own motives. But at this moment he trusted his vision. A bridge uniting Christians and Jews could be built."

Praise for "The Bridge Builder"

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"'The Bridge Builder' tells the story of a man with a vision – a man who realized that there were many, many Christians in this country who care deeply about the well-being of the Jewish state and the Jewish people."

About the Book and Author

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How an American rabbi made major progress in promoting dialogue, cooperation, and mutual respect in the face of harsh and unrelenting opposition.

Read an Excerpt From "Post-Traumatic Church Syndrome"

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"My twenty-ninth year was not a good time for taking anything but a nap. I didn't even want to go to my own birthday party, for Pete's sake, let alone work through my spiritual issues."

SaphirNews.com | Quotidien musulman d’actualité

Islam et musulmans : toute l'actualité sur SaphirNews.com . La rédaction vous propose une information approfondie sur le fait musulman.

La fable de Si Soughane, des loups, des chèvres et du justicier

Posted: August 29, 2015, 7:00 am
La fable de Si Soughane, des loups, des chèvres et du justicier
Cette fable eut lieu il n’y a pas si longtemps, dans une contrée pas très lointaine. Elle met en scène une communauté constituée de loups, d...

www.saphirnews.com | Journal d'actualité générale et d'information sur l'islam et les musulmans

Deux journalistes français arrêtés pour avoir fait chanter le roi du Maroc

Posted: August 28, 2015, 6:00 am
Deux journalistes français arrêtés pour avoir fait chanter le roi du Maroc
Un scénario presque digne d'un film d'espionnage. Éric Laurent et Catherine Graciet ont été interpellés par la police française, jeudi 27 août...

www.saphirnews.com | Journal d'actualité générale et d'information sur l'islam et les musulmans

À table, écoliers ! C’est la rentrée !

Posted: August 28, 2015, 6:00 am
À table, écoliers ! C’est la rentrée !
C’est déjà la rentrée, il va falloir faire son cartable, reprendre le rythme et rester concentré en classe.

Entre la reprise du travail, l...

www.saphirnews.com | Journal d'actualité générale et d'information sur l'islam et les musulmans

Incendie criminel de la mosquée : Bernard Cazeneuve se rend à Auch

Posted: August 28, 2015, 5:00 am
Incendie criminel de la mosquée : Bernard Cazeneuve se rend à Auch
Dès l’annonce de l’incendie qui a ravag...

www.saphirnews.com | Journal d'actualité générale et d'information sur l'islam et les musulmans

Lire l’islam au présent et reconnaître ce qu’il a été dans le passé

Posted: August 27, 2015, 10:26 pm
Lire l’islam au présent et reconnaître ce qu’il a été dans le passé
Croire n’est pas savoir même si on croit que l’on sait. Agir au nom de sa croyance que l’on prend pour un savoir puis comme un devoir peut conduire...

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Face à l’islam, d’Abdelwahab Meddeb

Posted: August 27, 2015, 10:26 pm
Présentation de l’ouvrage par l’éditeur
Il est bon de lire cette conversation avec Abdelwahad Meddeb en 2015. Publiée pour la première fois en 2004, elle n’a pas pris une ride. D’un...

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islam.ru

5 Muslim Inventions That Changed The World

Posted: October 10, 2014, 5:00 pm

Source : Agencies | 10 Oct 2014

Coffee

About 1,600,000,000 cups of coffee are consumed every day around the world. Billions of people rely on it as part of their daily routines. And yet, very few people are aware of the Muslim origins of this ubiquitous drink.

According to the historical record, in the 1400s coffee became a very popular drink among Muslims in Yemen, in the southern Arabian Peninsula. Legend goes that a shepherd (some say in Yemen, some say in Ethiopia) noticed that his goats became very energetic and jumpy when they ate beans from a particular tree. He had the courage to try them himself, noticing they gave him an energy boost. Over time, the tradition of roasting the beans and immersing them in water to create a sour yet powerful drink developed, and thus, coffee was born.

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Organic Halal Meats Get Muslims Thinking About What It Really Means To Eat Religiously

Posted: October 10, 2014, 4:53 pm
By | Huffington Post  | 10 Oct 2014

The Prophet Muhammad advised his followers to treat animals with kindness and, if needed, kill them mercifully for food. And he didn’t mince words.

“Whoever kills a sparrow or anything bigger than that without a just cause, Allah will hold him accountable on the Day of Judgment,” the Prophet reportedly said.

Remembering these instructions, New York farmer Zaid Kurdieh says much of the meat that brands itself as halal, or religiously permissible, is nothing but a sham.

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Record number of Syrians performing Haj this year

Posted: October 6, 2014, 11:44 am

Source : Arab news / 06 Oct 2014

The number of Arab pilgrims this Haj season stands at 265,217 pilgrims, according to figures released by National Tawafa Establishment for the Pilgrims of the Arab Countries. 

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Mosques open doors to non-Muslims in Germany

Posted: October 6, 2014, 11:18 am

Source : AA / 06 Oct 2014

Muslims in Germany have opened the doors of their mosques to non-Muslims on Friday with the hope of eliminating prejudices against Muslims and encouraging cultural exchange.

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5 Hacks To Be a Better Daughter!

Posted: October 3, 2014, 7:09 pm

Source : ProductiveMuslim / 03 Oct 2014

Firstly, we should acknowledge that as a Muslimah, our first and foremost role is to worship Allah but then immediately after fulfilling these obligations, serving our parents is the best honour we can have. Allah says in the Qur’an:

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Patheos Articles - Muslim

Patheos Articles - Muslim

The Success of the American Muslim Experiment

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American Muslims have benefitted from being under the political and cultural American umbrella, and have taken advantage of that opportunity to show the world what the true potential of the faith is.

American Muslims Defending True Islam

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For now, we must make peace with a progress of increments, even of the two-steps-forward-one-step-back variety.

Future of Islam in America: A Uniquely American Sufism

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American Islam will be increasingly marked by two trends: the embracing of the American through enhanced engagement in politics and service, and a shift in theological orientation toward a more spiritual Islam.

American Muslim Future: Shifting the Paradigm Toward Hope

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Muslim American reality in the future will be less preoccupied with the hate directed against it and more focused on the work of social and paradigmatic change.

Artists of Allah: The Future of Islam in America

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American Muslims are in a unique position to do the work of reimagining and revitalizing the faith so that all Muslims around the world can benefit.

Centro Cultural Islámico de Valencia

El CCIV lleva a cabo el Primer Reparto de Alimentos de 2015

Posted: August 13, 2015, 5:17 pm
Durante la primera semana del mes de agosto ha finalizado el primer reparto de alimentos de 2015 realizado por el Centro Cultural Islámico de Valencia entre los vecinos de los distritos de  Orriols y adyacentes. Se han repartido  19 toneladas de alimentos de primera necesidad (19.096 kg), tales como pastas, legumbres, leche, conservas, aceite de ...

Horario Ramadan 2015

Posted: June 20, 2015, 8:25 pm

Programa Ramadan

Posted: June 20, 2015, 8:23 pm
ÁREA DA3WA Bajo el lema: “El paraíso es una morada cuya anchura son los cielos y la Tierra, quien la habite en esta vida la habitará en la otra vida”

Concurso de Corán

Posted: June 20, 2015, 8:18 pm
Para Niños de Dar Al Corán Ramadán 2015 / 1436

Proyecto Iftár Ramadan

Posted: June 20, 2015, 8:16 pm
Otra manera de hacer Ramadan Dar de comer a 100 personas al día por 4€ (Coste de una comida)

altM

Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner: Our Interracial Relationship Works

Posted: August 28, 2015, 6:31 pm
Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner: Our Interracial Relationship Works
My father once said to me, “Keziah, there will be no Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner around here. Don’t you bring me home no blonde haired, blue eyed baby!” If you’ve seen the original 1967 movie starring Sidney Poitier or its loose remake Guess Who? (2005), you would understand immediately...

Roasted Asparagus and Radishes with Garlic

Posted: August 27, 2015, 11:00 am
Roasted Asparagus and Radishes with Garlic
I absolutely love roasting my veggies, it makes them super crispy and draws out a delicious natural sweetness from them. This is the first time I experiment with roasting radishes and I must say I really did enjoy their flavor, I hope you do too! Health Tip: Radishes are packed...

Of Bumpy Locks and Vocal Chords

Posted: August 24, 2015, 10:21 am
Of Bumpy Locks and Vocal Chords
The winter of 2013 was an eventful one for me. As a second-year medical student from Pakistan, I spent two months at Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore for a research elective-. It was a time of excitement, wonder and anxiety. One afternoon, after hurrying back to the office from lunch, I stood fidgeting...

Bad Bridal Priorities

Posted: August 22, 2015, 1:29 pm
Bad Bridal Priorities
Weddings are joyous, celebratory moments in most individuals’ lives. The joining of two individuals who can bear to sit through never-ending sermons, mountains of paperwork and reels of cheesy videos is surely something commendable. However, it is an undisputable fact that (most) weddings are no walk in the park

Assistant Editor, Margari Hill, to speak at ISNA 2015

Posted: August 21, 2015, 5:10 pm
Assistant Editor, Margari Hill, to speak at ISNA 2015
altM’s Assistant Editor, the fabulous Margari Hill, will be speaking on the following panels at ISNA 2015. Make sure to catch at least one of these!   Muslim Americans and the New Jim Crow This panel will explore why 21st century policing and the criminal justice system matter for Muslims....