Govt approves six carriers for 2016 Hajj operations
Federal Government has approved six air carriers to airlift Nigerian pilgrims for this year’s Hajj. They are Med-view Airlines Limited; Max Air Limited ...
UMA’s pre-Ramadan lecture holds on Sunday
The 22nd edition of the yearly pre-Ramadan Lecture of the University of Lagos Muslim Alumni (UMA) will hold on Sunday, May 22, 2016 at the university main auditorium, Akoka, Lagos beginning from 10am.
Al-Ilory chides suicide bombers, calls for peaceful co-existence
The Rector of Arabic and Islamic Training Institute (Markaz) in Agege, Lagos Sheikh Habeebullahi Adam Abdullah Al-Ilory has said suicide bombers would face punishment on the Day of Judgment as against the erroneous perception of making heaven.
From Quareeb, preventive measures against cancer
Irked by the increasing spate of cancer patients in the country, the Al-Fatih-Ul-Quareeb Islamic Society has equipped the Muslim Ummah on preventive measures against the deadly disease.
MUSWEN moves to strengthen Zakat collection
Plans are underway by the Muslims Umah of South West Nigeria (MUSWEN) to strengthen Zakat collection to assist more indigent Muslims and solve some social problems confronting them.
Readers’ reactions to Friday sermon
Mankind was one single nation and the Almighty sent Messengers with glad tidings and warnings; and with them He sent the Book in truth to judge between people in matters wherein they differed...(Quran2:213)
On the ‘winnowing winds’ in Abuja
This morning, I agonized over what today’s topic should be. Events all around the country were all like those in the labour room: full of apprehensions and anxieties.
No fuel, no light, no water!: Patience and prayer-Part 2
Historically, however, nations that have clamoured for and wanted change are circumscribed by people who would prefer not to change.