It is evident from the above that differences of opinion is a natural phenomenon. It also shows that in an atmosphere where the protection of the Ummah is paramount, scholars and jurists...
Muslim scholars highlight benefits of Islamic financing to economic growth
Reputable Muslims scholars that gathered at the business luncheon of Forum For Islamic Education & Welfare have highlighted numerous opportunities offered by Islamic Financing system, in the quest to growing the national economy.
Quadiriyyah leader, Sheikh Kabara tasks NASFAT on unity, religious tolerance
The spiritual leader of Quadiriyyah Islamic group in Nigeria and West Africa, Sheikh Qaribullah Nasir Kabara has tasked the leadership of Nasrul Lahi l Fatih Society, NASFAT
Emir of Lafia, Agwai urges NAHCON to reduce hajj fares
The Emir of Lafia, Dr Isa Mustapha-Agwai, has called on the National Hajj Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON) to reduce the fares for the 2018 Hajj to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA).
Lessons from debate between Imam Abu Hanifah and Imam Malik - Part 1
Hardly is there a culture in which disagreement on the branches of the religion and its practical manifestation in the secular spheres of life viewed more positively other than Islam. In fact, the absence of the clergy in Islam, which sometimes becomes a threat to the religion and its communities, was meant to prevent the…
Muslim groups flay Boko Haram for abducting schoolgirls
Concerned Islamic groups have flayed the abduction of 110 students of Government Girls Science School, Dapchi, Yobe State, urging the Federal Government...
NAHCON urges clerics to educate intending pilgrims on new Saudi policies
The National Hajj Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON) has called on Muslim clerics to assist the commission in educating 2018 Hajj intending pilgrims on new Saudi Arabia policies on pilgrimage.
Muslim women decry sex doll, say feminists play more important roles
Muslim women under the aegis of Muslim Students’ Society of Nigeria (MSSN), have decried the unnecessary invention of sex doll...
Muslim women call for arrest, prosecution of drug hawkers to curtail abuse in Kaduna
As the abuse of drugs among women and youth in Kaduna is on the rise, Federation of Muslim Women of Nigeria (FOMWAN) has called for the arrest and prosecution of drug hawkers to curtail drug misuse and abuse.