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Islamique Magazine Online | March 29, 2017

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Fair Trade and Islam

April 28, 2014 |

By Maryam Issadeen

 

The concept of fair trade has achieved prominence over recent years however a brief look at its core principles shows that fair trade ethics are consistent with the Islamic teachings formed during the time of the … Read More

Living below the line – One year on

April 28, 2014 |

By Samia Aziz, MADE in Europe Charity Supporter

‘Living Below the Line’ is an experience that never leaves you.

Discovering somebody you met recently that has also done the challenge, together you reminisce … Read More

The Human Foot Print

April 28, 2014 |

By Adam Munu

 

“Persistence is to the character of man as carbon is to steel” [Napoleon Hill]

The last bit of the quote- ‘carbon is to steel’- by Napoleon Hill resonates loudly when one  thinks about one of the … Read More

Getting ‘Tayyib’ with it – Islamic Ethics of a Consumer

April 28, 2014 |

By Munawwara Gani, Sound Heart Clinic

Munawwara Gani looks at what’s tayyib and what’s not, from buying to selling and picking up from a shelf she talks us through the good stuff.

 

The word ‘Tayyib’ encompasses many meanings relating … Read More

Feminism

February 14, 2014 |

By Laurie Penny (The Guardian.com)

 

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 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

Watching My Weight: Finding The Work/Worship Balance In Ramadan

July 12, 2013 |

As Ramadan approaches, with its seemingly long, hot summer days, many of us wonder how much weight we may put on this year, worrying about stepping onto that dreaded scale in the bathroom to weigh ourselves at the end of … Read More

The Islamophobia Industry

May 18, 2013 |

Malcolm X once said “If you’re not careful, the newspapers will have you hating the people who are being oppressed, and loving the people who are doing the oppressing.” Recent misinformation and press coverage concerning well known Muslim spokespeople forces … Read More

Bangladesh: Politics of Hatred

May 15, 2013 | 1

Since its rebirth with a new identity in 1971, Bangladesh has been dogged by assassinations, political nepotism and absolute corruption. Despite all of this, the pride and nationalism expressed by its citizens is extraordinary and often appears to be abnormal. … Read More

The Influence Of Islam On English Football

May 6, 2013 | 1

Long gone are the days when black footballers would be assaulted by the majority of a crowd in an average football match. Long gone it seems, are the days when I would be too scared to accompany my mother for … Read More