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The Islamic Ruling on Voting for the New Egyptian Constitution - Shaykh Abdur Rahman Al-Barrak
All praise is due to Allah, and may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon His servant and messenger Muhammad, his descendants and his companions. To proceed: The difference of opinion among our brothers from the people of the sunnah in Egypt regarding the question of voting for the proposed new constitution that is about to be put to a referendum has been brought to my attention. Their difference in the matter is regarding its legal ruling, as to whether voting for the constitution is to be considered prohibited, permissible or even obligatory. It is well known that in this issue, each side has its own reasoning to support the opinion it holds. I have examined the arguments - which are so exhaustive as to almost confound a person and prevent judgement - which I have been able to analyse from both sides and have found them to be well reasoned and compelling as supporting evidence for their respective positions. - (10344 Reads)
Read the Script - Abu Nusaybah
It will shortly be announced that the British and US governments have won and the brothers have lost. If there is anything a reading of the Script informs us of is that the oppressors perceived victories are short-lived and in the end, the truth becomes manifest and justice prevails. Throughout the Arab world, this trend is continuing where former prisoners accused of terrorist acts and threatening state security are now governing their countries, their oppressors consigned to the dustbin of history - (8012 Reads)
Anatomy of a "Terrorism" Prosecution: Dr. Rafil Dhafir and the Help the Needy Muslim Charity Case - Katherine Hughes
What was the result of Feb 26, 2003 besides imprisoning of innocent people? Scores of innocent elderly American cancer patients died needlessly, innumerable tens of thousands of Iraqi needy (children, women and men) died and more than that suffered malnutrition and the humiliation of poverty. - (14224 Reads)
Interview with Ahmed Faraz, hours before his sentencing -
Ahmed Faraz sheds light on the nature of book the prosecution alleged contravened the law, and the wider implications of his convictions on the Muslim community and their liberties in the UK - (14788 Reads)
Banning and Burning Books: A New Milestone in the War on Terror - Fahad Ansari
Landmark conviction of Ahmad Faraz for distributing and publishing books exposes extremely serious implications for society at large and Muslims in particular - (14969 Reads)
Liberating Babar Ahmad from Tyranny on the Day of Ashura - Fahad Ansari
The Day of Ashura will fall this year on Tuesday 6 December. On this day thousands of years ago, the Prophet Musa (as) stood with his people, the Banu Israil, in the most helpless of situations. - (12224 Reads)
The 10 Days of Dhul Hijjah: Their Virtue and the Ruling of Fasting - justabro
Allah, in His Perfect Wisdom, has blessed certain times and certain places with virtues and great rewards with which He has not graced others. Allah has made certain months, days and nights more virtuous than others, to motivate His slaves to increase in worship and righteous deeds, renew their energies and revitalize their Iman. Among those days are the first ten days of Dhul-Hijjah. - (19516 Reads)
Hajj Guide to Predators - Babar Ahmad
Britain's longest-serving detainee-without-trial, Babar Ahmad shares his invaluable advice about the different species of Hajj Predators and how to deal with them, with those going on Hajj this year. - (12468 Reads)
Who do YOU worship? - Hamza Patterson
Amongst many philosophical thoughts, ideologies, and spiritual backgrounds. There is not one person in the world who does not worship a deity in some shape or form. Even atheists. Atheism is the disbelief of God. However what ‘God’ is it that they disbelieve in? - (11413 Reads)
Seeking Hira - AnonyMouse (Zainab bint Younus)
Over 1432 years ago, in the blessed month of Ramadhaan, a young man climbed the Mountain of Light, seeking his private sanctuary, the Cave of Hira. - (11277 Reads)

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