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Islamique Magazine Online | November 29, 2020

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While We Question Charlie, Let’s Question Ourselves Too!

January 22, 2015 |

By Shaykh Abu Aaliyah

While righteous anger when the Prophet ﷺ is mocked or insulted is integral to faith, we Muslims need to invest greater efforts into adhering to the actual obligations and duties instated by faith – be it … Read More

Imams’ advice to Muslims in response to Charlie Hebdo depicting the Prophet Muhammed

January 13, 2015 |

To Defend Our Beloved Prophet, Let Us Exemplify His True Ideals Say Imams


Following the shocking murders in Paris, condemned by Muslims all over the world, and subsequent moves to depict the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) once … Read More

OCD from the Devil

October 3, 2014 |

I was suffering from something quite common- “religious OCD”; where shaytaan taunts you with whispers to throw you off your ibadah.Read More

Think Before You Text, Tweet or Speak!

September 19, 2014 |

‘A still tongue makes a wise head’, says one proverb. And in other one: ‘The wounds of a sword may heal one day; the wounds of the tongue, they never may.’ And then there is this note of caution: ‘Speak when you’re angry and you will make the best speech you’ll ever regret.’Read More


June 23, 2014 |

By Shabbir Hassan

My jihad is called Fajr

Whilst the world sleeps, I struggle

To rise from my sleep, from under the sheets

Attempting to gain ajr

My … Read More

A Little Courtesy Towards Fellow Worshippers

June 20, 2014 |

How many times have you been to the local mosque for Jumu’ah and have had to play the ‘territorial game’ with your fellow worshippers? To be frank, some of us have experienced the battle for prayer space during Eid, Taraweeh … Read More

‘Giving Everything Its Due’: Following the Prophetic Example of Comprehensiveness in Our Lives

June 20, 2014 |



I recently attended a very interesting class which looked at the principle of ‘Al-Wasatiyyah’. ‘Al-What-attiyyah’?! You may be thinking. It is a term I had come across before but the session served as an excellent refresher and … Read More

‘Ramadani’ Muslims – Maintaining the Spiritual High

June 20, 2014 |

By Shaykh Shams ad Duha Muhammed


Ramadan may come and go like a gentle breeze that passes us by, give us comfort while it is with us, but leaves no lasting imprint in our memory, nor an impression in … Read More

The Spotlight on the Niqab: Is it Bad for Islam?

September 20, 2013 | 1

By: Shaykh Shams Ad Duha Muhammad As the niqab debate rages on and as the Muslim community gets accustomed to coming under some sort of attack on a regular basis. There is a silver lining for us Muslims.

Muslims are … Read More

Why the Niqab is Religious and Not Cultural

September 19, 2013 | 11

By Shaykh Shams Adduha Muhammad Once again, Muslims of Britain are under the microscope. This time it is the niqab, the face covering worn by many Muslim women.

Calls to ban it, have a national … Read More