Prayer is for those to whom He has given in abundance.” Then, I go to the ones who are sick and tell them to stop praying and remind them that even Allah said, “There is no blame on the sick” (Quran 24:61)
How Saudi authorities averted recurrence of 2015 Hajj fatalities
Several Nigerian Muslim families wore melancholic looks around this time, last year. The sad experience was occasioned by the twin tragedies recorded in the holy city of Makkah, almost in quick succession.
Ahmadiyya tasks leaders on righteous deeds
The Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at of Nigeria has enjoined the political leaders to turn back to Almighty Allah in their national course and ensure equity and fairness in their dealings and quest for growth and development.
When the devil came calling - Part 1
On hearing that, Umar b. khattab (r.a), who was present, asked the Prophet: “O Prophet, permit me to go and cut off his head. Let me smash his skull and free people from his trouble”.
On Arafah Day, unique prayer session for Nigeria from NASFAT
Last Sunday, September 11, 2016, Nasrul Lahi -l-Fatih Society (NASFAT), maximized the coincidence of its weekly Asalatu programme with Arafah Day to create special prayer session for Muslims to engage in supplication for themselves and the country.
Lagos MMPN tasks government on electoral promises
As Muslims world-over celebrate Eid al-Adhaa amid harsh economic recession, the Muslim Media Practitioners of Nigeria, MMPN, Lagos Chapter, has urged Nigerians to imbibe the lessons of the festival as contained in the story of...
Nigerians to begin return journey from Saudi Arabia tomorrow
Families and friends of the 2016 Hajj pilgrims are already longing to welcome their loved ones as indications emerged that the National Hajj Commission of Nigeria, (NAHCON), will begin the airlift of Nigerian pilgrims from Saudi Arabia from tomorrow.
‘Why religious groups should promote harmony among adherents’
The Muslim Students’ Society of Nigeria, Lagos State Area Unit (MSSN Lagos) has called on the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) to counsel its members on how to promote religious harmony in the country.
Reaching out to young Muslims through social networks
The incident described above shows the audacity children of nowadays have to ask any question under the earth and if they are not satisfied, they pick answers on the street, the Internet, television, and so on.