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Islamique Magazine Online | November 24, 2020

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Issue 11


February 19, 2014 |

By Imam Shafi’

We find fault with the world, while the faults lie in our own selves. The world is not at fault; except that we are full of flaws. We make … Read More

My Journey to Hajj

February 18, 2014 |

By Jubeda Khatun


No two peoples experience of Hajj can or will ever be the same! By the grace and will of the Almighty, I had the opportunity to complete my Hajj last October. Upon my return, I have … Read More

Eradicating Polio in The Muslim World

February 17, 2014 |

By Maya Sukkari


A hundred years ago, the very idea of wiping a disease off the face of the planet was unthinkable.

History had testified to the timeless omnipresence of horrifying infections; Thucydides wrote of how smallpox wrecked havoc … Read More


February 14, 2014 |

By Laurie Penny (The


I am infuriated by white men stirring up anti-Muslim prejudice to derail debate on western sexism

As a person who writes about women’s issues, I am constantly being told that Islam is the greatest … Read More

The Love Story Begins: Emotional Love Needs of Husbands & Wives

February 13, 2014 | 1

By Coach Munawwara Gani, Sound Heart Clinic


Being married takes work. It is about giving and investing, it is about sharing and developing, it is about growing and understanding, it is about loving and being deeply connected. Marriage takes … Read More

A Man With Dignity

February 12, 2014 |

By Zaki Mehta

I am a boy…

Without any hopes,

No rights, No future,

Without any link to the past,

No place to call home,

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Madhabs: To Follow Or Not To Follow?

February 10, 2014 |

Based on writings by Shaykh Abu Aaliyah (


As an Arabic word, taqlid stems from qallada, which means: ‘To put a collar (qiladah) around the neck.’ It is called this because the one who does taqlid – the muqallid – … Read More

Imam Shafi’ and his Quest for Knowledge

February 9, 2014 |

By Urooj Shahid


Imam al-Shafi’ is one of the key figures of Islamic history, and a name familiar to most Muslims today. But how many of us actually know much about his struggle for knowledge and learning? How many … Read More

Desert Ring

February 7, 2014 |

By Abu Thamim Choudhury

I recently had the pleasure of taking part in a cycle tour across Egypt and Jordan, from which I took away plenty of memorable moments: Visiting Tahrir Square shortly after the fall of Hosni Mubarak, being … Read More

The Festive Season as a Muslim: Challenge or Opportunity?

December 25, 2013 |

By Chris Groves

The festive season is passing, and many of you probably found this to be a difficult time living in Britain; there may have been invites to work parties and pressure to take part … Read More