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A Code of Conduct for Establishing and Using Mosques

A Code of Conduct for Establishing and Using Mosques

The code of conduct for establishing and using mosques which was generated by Prophet Muhammad under the aegis of revelation, is universal and timeless, applying to every time and space, as it is the case with the whole corpus of Islamic beliefs, values and principles.

US Mosques Teach Language of the Future

An American Muslim IT expert and university professor has started a unique educational program that turns mosques into part-time IT programing hubs, teaching young Muslim the language of the future.

Islam Is Growing In China

Islam Is Growing In China

There are restrictions for Muslims in China. Mosques have to be registered to the Government and the Imams have to be appointed by the state. The only Qurans allowed are those sanctioned by the state and teaching the Holy book in private is banned. Having said all of that, life for Muslims in China is …

London Mosques (Gallery)

Following the recent attack on a London mosque, we find it interesting to shed light on the most important mosques in London. Check this gallery and learn more about London mosques.

UK Muslims on Mosques & Women: Is It Time to Restore Sunnah?

As I ponder during the remaining nights of Ramadan, I wonder if as a society we will ever return to the Prophetic example of gender inclusion in our mosques in a way that gives everyday British Muslim women the option to visit mosques as regularly as female companions of Prophet Muhammad did.

I`tikaf Are all Mosques Proper

I`tikaf: Are all Mosques Proper?

Wa `alaykum As-Salamu wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuh. In the Name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful. All praise and thanks are due to Allah, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger. In this fatwa: I`tikaf is valid in any mosque in which the five prayers are held and which has a congregation. Dealing with the …

Poison in our Mosques

Some Muslims carry so much subtle, deep-seated racism in their hearts from cultural tradition that they do not even realize that some of their long-held beliefs are bigoted.

US Muslims Urged to Host “Fast Forward” Iftar

As the clock ticks towards the start of the holy fasting month of Ramadan, a US advocacy group is calling on mosques across the United States to host “Fast Forward” interfaith “iftars,” or fast-breaking meals in support of traditional American values of inclusion and respect for diversity.

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