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  2. salam, salawat bar

    Mohammad wa Aalay Mohammad

    may Allah bless you on your birthday

  3. Salaam Alaykum With the ever increasing difficulties facing the Muslim community in the British society, its time to stand up and be counted. The Al-Khoei Foundation has designed this course to equip today's Muslims with the necessary information and the right tools to make sure that their voice is no longer hidden, rather at the forefront. Beginning from Saturday the 16th of February, we will be welcoming the distinguished speakers: Mr. Roger Hardy, Lord Eric Avebury, Mike O'Brien MP and Sayyed Yousif Al-Khoei. The Format will include a Main Lecture, followed by a Discussion. Please confirm your attendance by contacting either of the following: Ali Khoei - 07971334603 | ak_963@hotmail.com Amina Al-Yaseri - 07746141368 | amyal_yaseri@hotmail.com -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Session One: Media: The ever growing force by Mr. Roger Hardy - How to Contact the media - How to make your voice heard - What makes a News Story - What does the Media expect from Muslims - How can we work with the Media Mr. Roger Hardy has been the BBC's Islamic Affairs and Middle East Analyst for many years now, and has completed a number of important series' analysing the relationship between Islam and the West. "Islam and Modernity", "Jihad and the Saudi Petrodollar", as well as "Europe's Angry Young Muslims", are a number of the accomplished series' that Mr. Hardy has completed with the BBC. Date: Saturday 16th of February Time: 2:00 - 4:00 PM -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Session Two: House of Lords: The Law Makers by Lord Eric Avebury - What is the role of both Houses of Parliament - How does the Parliament work and the difference between the two Houses - How can we lobby as a community and individually to affect new laws - How new laws are introduced Lord Eric Avebury is a serving member of the House of Lords. He has served as an MP and as a part of the Welsh Guards, and has been active in promoting Human Rights around the world, including in Indonesian and the Kurdistan region. Date: Saturday 23rd of February Time: 2:00 - 4:00 PM -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Session Three: House of Commons: Muslims in the UK by Rt Hons Mike O’Brien MP - Islamophobia. - Why Muslims should make their voices heard in the democratic process. - Terrorism and civil liberties. Rt Hons Mike O'Brien MP is a Labour MP for North Warwickshire. He is a Minister of State for the department of Work and Pensions, and has previously worked as a Foreign Office Minister and a Minister of State for energy, e-commerce and competitiveness. Date: Tuesday 4th of March Time: 5:30 - 7.30 PM -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Session Four: Engagement: Stand up and be counted by Sayed Yousif Al-Khoei - Living in the UK - Building up a relationship with the State - How to engage the State - Current projects and their future - The role of the Youth to make a difference. Sayed Yousif Al-Khoei is a director at the Al-Khoei Foundation. He is a trustee of the Forum Against Islamophobia and Racism, a founding member of the National Council of the Welfare of Muslim Prisoners, as well as a member of the Institute of International Affairs. Date: Saturday 8th of March Time: 2:00 - 4:00 PM Venue: Al-Khoei Foundation, Chevening Road, London NW6 6TN Nearest Trains: Kilburn Park, Brondsbury Park Nearest Buses: 98, 302, 52, 6, 206 Brothers and Sisters are Welcome. Refreshments will be Served. We look forward to seeing you. Supporting Organisations: Bonat Al Mustaqbal Cricklewood Youth Club Forward Thinking Noor Youth Shia Professionals of London
  4. sry duno how to delete this post..
  5. ws wr. Shias do not believe that the parts of the quran are missing or distorted. You have been misinformed.
  6. I suggest you think deeply about your words. Random attacks from shias will result in yet more violence and be of no avail whatsoever. What would happen if an innocent sunni was killed? We should not result to the sick tactics of these bombers.
  7. At the time after the phophet the imam was not in occultation like imam mehdi (as) is. Due to this we biasically have to try and go for the next best thing and get the closest thing to it.
  8. Allah grants people protection using angels to keep them safe :)
  9. If you are going to blame islam all day for the actions of some stupid muslims who don't even follow their own quran properly then these discussions won't be very productive.. I suggest you read some of the quran yourself..you may have missed the verse that mentions "Let there be no compulsion in religion" (2:256), which clearly shows no one has any right to force people into believing in islam or any other religion for that matter. :)
  10. Mashallah it appears that we have all become religious jurists issueing our own verdicts.. I just checked ayatollah sistanis risalah and I quote.. 2636. * It is haraam to drink the urine of all haraam animals, and also of those whose meat is halal to eat, including, as an obligatory precaution, that of a camel. However, the urine of a camel, a cow or a sheep can be consumed, if recommended for any medical treatment. I have also read something similar in another risalah..so I request people not to make comments like 'I believe this and that is haram'..its not about what you believe, its about what the religious rule is. Don't give people your own religious verdicts based on probability. We must understand that there are some things which seem odd at first, but with more research we would understand why these rules are given.
  11. Sa.. 'Being a muslim involves doing good deeds, avoiding the prohibited acts and having faith in the munificence of Allah. Look in your English Koran put out by the King Fahd complex and Count the times "Ramadhan" is used in the Koran.'
  12. '.... Ohhhh .... and guess who just bombed London... ' hmm the IRA?
  13. Alhamduilah all well.. regarding your questions..
  14. hmm i think its like 20 something.. i got level 12 last year...but i doubt id get that now tho :angel:
  15. Salamu alaikom, well i think we should realise that peer pressure is not always a bad thing, infact it has many positive effects (depending on the society of course..). I can say that in my society peer pressure has caused students in my class to work harder, seek more knowledge and have good moral standards. However, most of the time, this is not the case, and it takes someone with a stronger character to stand strong against the bad morals portrayed in some sections of the society and show what they believe in.
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