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Raffia Arshad becomes one of the first hijab observing Muslim UK Court Judge.

Update: We have been informed that she is not “the first” but the achievement still holds. Reportedly there have been a couple of women who wouldn’t like to be in the public eye but have been paving way for change and empowering others to enter the field. Raffia Arshad, a member of St Mary’s Chambers …

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Muhammed Usman Ali from Theni who also recovered from the virus told Express, "I was asymptomatic but got myself tested after the Jamaat told us that all of us should. It turned out that I was positive but I fought off the virus and have bounced back stronger than before. If the Government calls for us, we will all be there to donate our plasma."

Jamaat attendees in Tamil Nadu who recovered from COVID-19 want to donate plasma

Muhammed Usman Ali from Theni who also recovered from the virus told Express, “I was asymptomatic but got myself tested after the Jamaat told us that all of us should. It turned out that I was positive but I fought off the virus and have bounced back stronger than before. If the Government calls for us, we will all be there to donate our plasma.”

Not iftar parties, Delhi’s young Muslims will mark this Ramzan by feeding the poor

Not iftar parties, Delhi’s young Muslims will mark this Ramzan by feeding the poor

No iftar parties, no special outings, and no taraweeh prayers in mosques — Ramzan 2020 will be unlike any other that Indian Muslims have ever experienced. And while community leaders have reiterated their appeals to stay at home and observe the ritual fasting and prayers indoors, some younger Muslims in Delhi have decided to spend the holy month doing …

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In Delhi, a Masjid and Gurudwara come together to feed workers starved by COVID-19 lockdown

In Delhi, a Masjid and Gurudwara come together to feed workers starved by COVID-19 lockdown

A mosque and a gurudwara have come together in south Delhi’s Kalu Sarai neighbourhood to feed migrant workers driven to hunger by the COVID-19 lockdown. Every morning since 30 March, Harbans Singh and Surendar Singh, two volunteers from the Gurudwara Shri Singh Sabha in Kalu Sarai village, have been going to the nearby mosque, at …

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Wikipedia CEO Jimmy Wales Pulls Down ‘Fake’ Articles on Tablighi Jamaat

This Story was Published on India.com edited by Zarafshan Shiraz. The millennials have grown up copy pasting their school and college projects from Wikipedia with blind trust on the subject and recently, CEO of the company, Jimmy Wales was seen taking full responsibility of the content as he schooled a Twitter user on “putting junk” related to Tablighi …

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How “MTV to Mecca” put me on a path to Guidance.

Early Life My parents followed and taught me, a blend of Jainism and Hinduism. Growing up, I had a lot of questions in my mind regarding religion, customs, traditions that we followed. But just like any other person I got busy with academics, career and life in general. After clearing my Finals, Alhamdulilah I got …

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The term Islamophobia was coined during the 1990s, referring neither to labour, as with anti-black racism, nor capital, as with antisemitism, but a global arena without a politics of its own. Islamophobia has not supplanted its racist predecessors, but energised them in a context where nation states seem unable to display political mastery against non-state forces, whether environmental, economic or civilisational.

From Xinjiang to Germany: how did Islamophobia become a global phenomenon?

The term Islamophobia was coined during the 1990s, referring neither to labour, as with anti-black racism, nor capital, as with antisemitism, but a global arena without a politics of its own. Islamophobia has not supplanted its racist predecessors, but energised them in a context where nation states seem unable to display political mastery against non-state forces, whether environmental, economic or civilisational.

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