‘Why Nigeria remains a multi-religious state’
The Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC) has shed more light on why Nigeria remains a multi-religious state, giving credence to the recent statement by the President-General of the Nigerian Supreme Council ...
‘Aisha was 18, not nine, when she married the Prophet’
It is narrated in the collection of Bukhari that Aisha said; ‘The following was revealed to Muhammad in Mecca while I was a child playing “Indeed, the Hour is their appointed time and the Hour ...
Go to Madinah for Hajj rites not to trade in narcotics
The legal foundations of the Saudi society, bear this in mind my brother, are largely premised on the irreducible instruments enshrined in the Islamic law. There you have a law, which recognizes neither status nor race.
Muslim cleric wants Nigerians to support anti-graft war
The Secretary -General of the Jama’atu Nasril Islam (JNI), Dr. Khalid Abubakar. Aliyu, has urged Nigerians to support President Muhammadu Buhari administration’s anti-graft war.
‘How journalists can combat waves of radicalisation’
Anchoring the Role of media in Stopping Radicalisation, Missionary of Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at, Canada, Farhan Iqbal tasked journalists to make professionalism, responsible practice as well as reliance on the authentic sources as their watchwords.
Ansar-ud-deen floats new housing scheme in Lagos
Ansar-ud-deen Society of Nigeria, Lagos Branch has commissioned new housing estate in Idimu under Alimosho local council in Lagos, to ease the burden of outrageous rent for members.
Revisiting Aisha’s age when she married the Prophet - Part 1
The biography and specified dates contained in the reference books provide an important response to the hadith’ of Bukhari and confirms that the daughter of Abu Bakr married the Prophet when she was eighteen year old. It is due to such matters that Islam receives many stabs! It is from these disputable subjects that…
Glamour as Al-Azhar international school holds graduation
One of Nigeria’s co-educational Islamic secondary school located in Lokoja, the capital city of Kogi State, celebrated its 2015/2016 graduation ceremony in a grand style with a lively inter-religious symposium, celebration ...
End of session valedictory speech: From station to station - Part 2
Today is here. We have become what we never thought we would be; today. But immediately we became what we were destined to become we forgot where we were coming from. We made a pledge to never allow our own children ...