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Eliminating ‘Pay As You Go’ Pilgrims Registration System By Ibrahim Muhammad

  Saudi Arabia has upgraded hajj operating system, there is need to upgrade our application software. Otherwise, we will continue to receive ‘incompatibility error’ “Ibrahim Muhammad” There is an urgent need for National Hajj Commission to hasten its proposed Hajj saving scheme to provide a flexible pattern of payment for hajj seats for Nigeria pilgrims. […]

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That National Mosque sermon By Muhammad Ajah

  The Friday sermon delivered penultimate week by the administrative head of the National Mosque, Professor Shehu Ahmad Said Galadanci, was striking and remains part of the pivots of salvation to the Muslim Ummah of Nigeria. It was quite inspiring, although I am yet to come to terms with the actual designation. The Nigerian Supreme […]

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Kumuyi’s Abuja crusade for Feb 25

Abuja The General Superintendent of the Deeper Life Bible Church, Pastor William Kumuyi, will storm Abuja on February 25 for total redemption crusade. The State Overseer of the Federal Capital Territory of the church, Pastor Joshua Esho made this known in an interactive session with journalists in his office in Abuja, where he expressed faith […]

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Cleric to Christians: Draw closer to God through prayers, fasting, others

  Christians have been urged to draw closer to God through prayers, fasting and abstinence especially during the Lenten season to discover why he created them and what is most important in life and ultimately prepare for eternity. Parish Priest in charge of St. Donald’s Catholic Church, Karu, Abuja, Fr. Boniface Ngene, gave the charge […]

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2018 Olympics: No prayer room for visitors

The Korea Tourism Organization (KTO) has cancelled plans for a mobile prayer room in Gangneung for tourists at the 2018 Winter Olympics after strong opposition by anti-Muslim campaigners, the city tourism department’s chief told Al Jazeera. While just 0.2 percent of South Korea’s population of 51 million is Muslim, the KTO decided to build a […]

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Valentine day: The Ummah is bleeding, can we be celebrating? By Ibrahim Muhammed

Roses are Red, Violets are Blue …Valentines Day is definitely not for YOU!!! Praise be to Allaah. Firstly: Valentine’s Day is a jaahili Roman festival, which continued to be celebrated until after the Romans became Christian. This festival became connected with the saint known as Valentine who was sentenced to death on 14 February 270 […]

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15 anti-corruption Hadiths, By Ibrahim Muhammed

  Corruption is one of the worst predicaments that haunt many countries around the world. The abuse of power, authority and resources by governments and public servants hinders the progress of countries. It alienates ordinary citizens and blocks them from investing in the development of their nations. The ailment of corruption is something that, unfortunately, […]

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25 mind-blowing facts about Islam

#1 Islam is an Arabic word that means “peace,” “security,” and “surrender.” Muslim means “one who peacefully surrenders to God.” Anyone from any race could be Muslim; in other words, “Muslim” does not refer to a particular race. The word Islam means ‘submission to God’, and a Muslim is anyone who submits their life to […]

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Muslims pay $1,700 fine to keep mosque vandal out of jail

Muslims in Arkansas have paid a $1,700 fine to keep a vandal who defaced their mosque with a swastika out of jail. Abraham Davis scrawled swastikas and spray-painted the words “go home” on the windows and doors of a mosque in Fort Smith, Arkansas, in 2016. Louay Nassri said he did not want the vandal […]

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Islam: Muslim World League holds global peace forum in South Africa, By Ibrahim Muhammed

The event, entitled “For a Safer World: Followers of Religions Unite Against Hatred, Extremism and Terrorism,” was inaugurated by Mayor of Durban Zandile Gumede, in the presence of MWL Secretary-General Mohammed Al-Issa, a number of South African government ministers and representatives from many different religions. Al-Issa thanked all those present for their cooperation and partnership […]

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Adamawa Muslims raise alarm over almajiri influx

By Muazu Abari Yola The Adamawa chapter of the Muslim Council has raised concern over the influx of Qu’ranic school pupils (Almaris) into major towns in the state. The council, in a communiqué issued at the end of its 29th General Assembly meeting in Yola yesterday, called on parents and governments at all levels to […]

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Prophet forsees death of Nigerian politicians, celebrities in 2018

The spiritual father and chairman Cherubim and Seraphim Movement Church Worldwide (Ayo ni o), Most Rev’d Samuel Adefila Abidoye, has said that in as much as a lot of people will reach their stardom in 2018, many celebrities and politicians “shall be heard no more.” Rev’d Abidoye, however, called on all Nigerians to continue to […]

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What is the status of Jerusalem in Islam?By Ibrahim Muhammed

The city of Jerusalem is very sacred to Muslims. It is one of the three most sacred cities in Islam. Jerusalem is called al-Quds al-Sharif (the Noble Sacred Place). Islam recognizes all the Prophets and Messengers of Allah. The Quran has mentioned many Prophets by name. Their stories and teachings are told at varying length […]

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Islamic finance is becoming so attractive that even non-Muslims want

• Sovereign Islamic debt issuance by non-Muslim countries is set to hit a 3-year high in 2017 • Islamic finance complies with Sharia, or Islamic law, which prohibits earning interest and bars funding activities involving alcohol, pork, pornography or gambling • The non-speculative nature of Islamic finance can help to ensure financial stability — a […]

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Hijab controversy: Osun Muslims demands apology for Firdaus, Muslims

The Muslim Community in Osun State has called on the Nigeria’s Council of Legal Education to immediately apologise to a female law school graduate, Firdaus Amasa Abdussalam, for preventing her from being called to the bar because she covered her head. The Acting President of the body, Alhaji Mustafa Olawuyi, made the demand while briefing journalists after an emergency meeting […]

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Brass Gospel carnival non-political, APC legislator says

Over 20 Nigerian gospel artists are expected to be in Brass Island, Brass Local Government Area  of Bayelsa State, for brass ultimate praise night. Speaking to journalists during pre-event press briefing in yenagoa the Bayelsa State capital, Hon. Isreal Sunny-Goli,  a member of the Bayelsa State House of Assembly,  denied the claims by some politicians […]