During the last Ramadan, a brother enquired from me whether he should grant the request of his wife to attend a laughter festival which was then being put together by one of the communication outfits in that city.
The Companion unveils new officers, promises better deal for Ummah
The Companion, an association of Muslim men in business and professions has unveiled its new national officers.
Remembering Muhammad Al-Ghazalli (1058-1111CE)
Brethren, it was previously not in my plan to “sit” with al-Ghazalli today; it was not in my plan to take you back on a journey to that year, 1111 C.E, when Abū Ḥāmid Muḥammad ibn Muḥammad al-Ghazālī bid this world bye.
ZSF empowers 163 indigents, communities with N15.7 million
No fewer than 163 indigenes of Osun State benefited from this year’s disbursement of fifteen million, seven hundred and forty-five thousand naira (N15, 745, 000) at the 8th Zakat Distribution Ceremony (ZDC) and Project Commissioning in Ede town.
‘Why Nigeria’s hajj services face avoidable challenges’
The Managing Director of Habdat Xpress, Alhaji Qasim Alabi, who revealed this in a exclusive chart with The Guardian noted that the nation has improved tremendously in hajj operations, but there are still some avoidable challenges that trailed the holy exercise.
Restructuring... six-point agenda from Muslim group
Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC) has set a six point agenda that should be considered by the Federal Government in its proposed restructuring programme.The critical issues highlighted by the President, MURIC, Ishaq Akintola.....
Luth-Fulah visits hospitals, prison in Lagos, disburses N1.5m zakat to patients, inmates
To bring succor to Nigerians in need, a faith-based organization, Luth- Fulah International has embarked on humanitarian visits to hospitals and prison yards in Lagos.
Muslim, Christian clerics in Zaria warn against agitation for Nigeria’s dismemberment
Both Muslim and Christian clerics in Zaria have warned against Nigeria’s disintegration as agitated by some groups in the country,saying that all patriotic Nigerians should continue to promote the unity and peaceful coexistence of all citizens.
Semiotics of Hijrah in the reconfiguration of history
Brethren, the arrival of the Prophet of Islam, Muhammad (s.a.w) into Madina in 622 CE, eventuated the reconfiguration of not only his-tory but also the chemistry of historians and indeed the Arabian landscape upon which history was destined to be re-written.
Season of migration here again
Thus the Muslim world began a new year – one thousand four hundred and thirty nine years (1439) after the migration of Prophet Muhammad (s.a.w) from Makkah to Madinah.