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Colchester Muslims Donate Half a Ton Food to Foodbank

COLCHESTER – The Muslim community in Colchester, Essex, has donated half a ton of food to help those in need in one of the largest donations yet. “The community center has the aim of making sure we help our local community and do as much as we can,” Shoomi Chowdhuri, from the Colchester Islamic Community …

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7 Good Deeds You Can Do with Snowfall

Muslims should strive to live a life of Ihsaan (excellence) and no opportunity for a good deed should be wasted even if it is small. Abu Dharr (may Allah be pleased with him) reported: The Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) said, “Do not belittle any good deed, even meeting your brother with a …

Islamic Etiquette and Rulings for Winter

Islamic Etiquette and Rulings for Winter

Any special rulings for winter? It is winter time; short days and long nights; a lot of rains, winds and snow in some areas. Are there any Islamic teachings related to this season? Join this beautiful discussion by Sheikh Yaser Birjas explaining how a Muslim could make use of the short days and long nights of …

Help Provide Warmth to Syrian Refugees This Winter

What It's Like to Spend Winter in Makeshift Tents

Millions of people will face life-threatening situations this winter. Freezing temperatures mean that the lives of babies, children and impoverished families are at serious risk. According to the UN, 13 million people are in desperate need as winter sets in. Last year, temperatures in the refugee camps bordering Syria fell below zero and many refugees …

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Syrian Refugees: Lebanon's Camps Worsen in the Cold

Syrian refugees in Lebanon are more vulnerable than ever, with more than half now living in extreme poverty and over three quarters living below the poverty line – according to the findings of a new survey by UNHCR, UNICEF and WFP. Seven years into the crisis, Syrian refugees in Lebanon are finding it even more …

What's the Real Time to Celebrate Christmas?

Christmas - Is it Time to Celebrate?

The birth of Jesus was in mid-summer rather than winter of solstices which was the invention of the Pagans to worship “SUN” being born (raised) on 25th December, as they worship Sun so they thought that Sun has died on 23rd December…

How to Deal with Winter Eczema

Eczema affects up to 10% of the world’s population and is one of the commonest of skin problems. Characterized by dry, itchy skin which may also be flaky, red and/or cracked, seasonal changes may affect eczema severely. Excess sweating in the summer months, for example, often cause flare-ups. Heat rashes can be nasty, itchy and …

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Winter Appeal: A Struggle for Survival

Seven years on and still millions of Syrians need your support. International and Muslim relief organizations again this year are requesting your support to help our brothers and sister in Syria overcome another harsh winter. Millions of men, women, boys and girls are internally displaced, many without adequate clothing and have to stay in make-shift shelters, …

5 Tips for Remaining Upbeat in the Winter Months

5 Tips for Remaining Upbeat in the Winter Months

The cold months can have a big effect on our skin, hair and nails. Set time aside to look after yourself and to enjoy some pampering. Setting time aside so you can feel beautiful is a key way to keep your mood up. This can be in the form of a nice bath…



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