The President, Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC) Professor Ishaq Akintola, has stressed the need for campaign against indecent dressing by ladies, describing it as one of the major causes of rape in Nigeria.
Modern private Arabic schools in Nigeria and the challenge of quality assurance after exit of founders
The history of the Modern private Arabic schools in Nigeria is replete with information on personal efforts made by individual Muslims which culminated in the establishment of such schools in various parts of the country.
Group faults composition of Borno panel
Members of the seven-man Commission include Hon. Justice Biobele A. Georgewill (Chairman), Major-General Patrick Akem, Mr. Wale Fapohunda, Mrs. Hauwa Ibrahim, Mr. Jibrin Ibrahim, Mrs. Ifeoma Nwakama and the Representative of the office of the National Security Adviser.
1,353 Lagos pilgrims now in Saudi Arabia
Lagos State Government has successfully airlifted 1,353 pilgrims to Saudi Arabia for the 2017 hajj exercise. The Honourable Commissioner for Home Affairs and Amir Ul-Hajj, 2017, Dr. Abdul Hakeem Abdul-Lateef disclosed this while giving an update on this year’s hajj operations.
Untold ‘stories’ of “Islamisation” Of Nigeria - Part 2
“Let there be no compulsion in religion. Truth has been made clear from error. Whoever rejects false worship and believes in God has grasped the most trustworthy handhold that never breaks. And God hears and knows all things.” (Quran 2:256)
‘Why Al-Aqsa mosque should be accessible to Muslims’
“The world body, UNESCO’s World Heritage Committee has promptly retained the status of the entire compound of Al Aqsa as ‘ENDANGERED WORD HERITAGE” owing to Israelis design to destroy it and build in its place a Jewish temple”.
NASFAT inaugurates new executive council
The remark was made by the renowned erudite Islamic preacher, Alh. Muyideen Ajani Bello at the inauguration of the new executive of the society which held at the Lagos State Secretariat Mosque, Alausa - Ikeja, Lagos.
How Lagos consolidates gains of effective hajj management, by commissioner
The commissioner said the state was awarded the most outstanding state in 2016 by the National Hajj Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON), due to its exceptional performance in the last exercise.
NATAIS tasks government on revamping teaching of religion in schools
Teachers under the aegis of Nigerian Association of Teachers of Arabic and Islamic Studies (NATAIS) have emphasized the need for proper teaching of religion in schools, describing it as a veritable platform to instill moral discipline in students.
“Can I pay zakat on my pension fund?”
He is one of the avid readers of the Friday Sermon. He reads Friday Sermon as a filter for the inanities and contrarieties in our reality.
Muslim scholars task media on fair reports
The need for the Nigerian media to be objective, fair and factual in reporting Islamic related events, particularly the yearly hajj exercise has been stressed.