The Qur’an on Maryam, Jesus Christ and Easter celebrations -part 1
Today’s sermon is not meant for you but for us. But in dedicating the sermon to our Christian compatriots who are marking the Easter Friday today.
NASFAT clocks 21, renews commitment to harmony among religionists
Nasrul Lahi-l-Fatih Society (NASFAT) clocked 21 years on Saturday, March 5, 2016. And to mark the occasion, the leadership of the society held a world press conference where its accomplishments ...
‘What does a woman want?’
The world and all things in it are valuable; but the most valuable thing in the world is a virtuous woman- Prophet Muhammad Once again, we are back to yesterday.
Why Muslims must eschew corruption
Muslims have been called to eschew corruption and every practices that would engender peace and harmony in the country, in other to benefit from the bounties of Allah in the hereafter.
Of spider’s web and Bertrand Russell’s materialism
“Be in this world as though you were a stranger or a traveler/wayfarer”. - Prophet Muhammad...
What is your ‘bank balance’ today?
THE question above is, to say the least, a forbidden one. It is a question that never gets asked even by couples. We are often afraid to tell people how much money we have deposited with the various banks in the country.
BOMYOF holds lecture on valentine
Muslim youths in Ibadan and its environs will on Sunday converge on the Islamic Centre, Bodija to discuss Islamic alternative to Valentine. The discourse being facilitated by the Bodija Muslim Youth Forum (BOMYOF) will hold at 11am. The BOMYOF Chairman, Abdur-Rahman Balogun stated that the lecture entitled: ``Expression of love amongst the Youths: The Islamic…
‘Oloso’s delayed professorship, an act of God’
FAMILIES, friends and well wishers of the newly promoted Professor of Islamic Studies, Kamil Oloso, converged on the ancient Central Mosque at Oja’oba in Ibadan to celebrate with him, describing his delayed promotion as divine. This was at a prayer reception organised by the National Council of Muslim Youth Organisations (NACOMYO) Oyo state chapter in…
Court scolds Lagos in hijab ban suit, adjourns to May 3
The Court of Appeal sitting in Lagos has reprimanded the Lagos State Government for not filling a response to the appeal against the ban on Hijab in secondary schools in the state. The lead judge, Justice Sidi Bage scolded the government during the hearing of an appeal against ban on Hijab last Monday at Igbosere,…