Monthly Archives: August 2011

Muslim Lawyer Defends EDL Supporter?

Muslim Lawyer Defends EDL Supporter? Muhammad ‘Abd al-Haqq Lutfur Rahman threatens legal action if Met doesn’t apply for ban on EDL march Friday, August 19, 2011 The Mayor of Tower Hamlets has given the Metropolitan Police Commissioner until Monday to seek … Continue reading

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Scottish Defence League Protest in Edinburgh

Protesting Islam |Scottish Defence League protest in Edinburgh Muhammad ‘Abd al-Haqq Ever heard of the Scottish Defense League? Well, just as the SIOE[Stop the Islamization of Europe], which developed from a xenophobic anti-Muslim Dutch hate group, has its own satellite hate … Continue reading

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Muslim Family Targeted in Boonton, NJ assault

Muslim Family Targeted in Boonton, NJ Assault Muhammad ‘Abd al-Haqq BOONTON, N.J. (CBSNewYork) – Police in Morris County say a woman was killed and her husband wounded after both were shot while walking with their 3-year-old child Tuesday night at … Continue reading

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Islamic Online University

Islamic Online University Muhammad ‘Abd al-Haqq The Islamic Online University has launched the worlds first tuition-free, online Bachelor of Arts in Islamic Studies. This path-breaking initiative plans to utilize the worldwide presence of the Internet and advanced open source online … Continue reading

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Women in Islam

Women in Islam | The Derogation of Women in Islam Posted by Muhammad ‘Abd al-Haqq A great article on HuffPost by Dr. David Liepert, Muslim Author, Leader, Spokesperson, Host of “The Optimistic Muslim” on webtalkradio.net/ For Muslims, Ramadan is a month … Continue reading

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Islam in Japan

Islam in Japan |Abdullah Taqy: the only native Japanese Imam in Tokyo Muhammad ‘Abd al-Haqq Abdullah Taqy is the only Japanese Imam in Tokyo. A chance meeting with a foreign Muslim 12 years ago in Tokyo’s Shibuya district and a … Continue reading

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Halfway Through Ramadan

Halfway Through Ramadan Muhammad ‘Abd Al-Haqq  As-salamu alaykum rahmatullahi wa barakatuh. Insha’Allah you are all well. We are halfway through Ramadan and I would like to give you all two points of information. Firstly, we are almost finished transferring everything … Continue reading

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The Arches Quarterly Analysis

The Arches Quarterly Analysis| Anas Altikriti Muhammad ‘Abd al-Haqq The Cordoba Foundation presents its Spring / Summer 2011 edition of Arches Quarterly, a journal providing  analysis of the issues and developments in  dialogue, civilizations, and a rapprochement between Islam and … Continue reading

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Ramadan Around the World

Ramadan Around the World| Obama’s Ramadan Speech Obama Honors Muslim 9/11 Service During Ramadan Muhammad ‘Abd al-Haqq Obama delivers a speech during the iftar of the White House’s Ramadan Dinner, a long-standing tradition, a month before the 10th Anniversary of … Continue reading

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Ramadan Around the World| Reminder

Ramadan Around the World| Reminder Ramadan is your Opportunity- w/Sh Dr Ibrahim Dremali. posted by Muhammad ‘Abd al-Haqq

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