Ramadan Reflection:Part 8 - Making peace

Written By: Ajmal-Masroor
25/07/2013 17:18
Religion & Culture

“O God, You are the source of all Peace and from You emanates all peace, all blessings belong to you. You are the Majestic and the Most Honourable.”  This is one of my most favourite supplications. It embodies the essence of my faith. Attaining inner peace and being peaceful....    Full story...

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Ramadan Reflection:(Part 7)-Positive Mental attitude

Written By: Ajmal-Masroor
21/07/2013 19:26
Religion & Culture

I know many of you are complaining about the heat, the extraordinary long hours of no food, no drink and the lack of sleep. Despite all the hardship you face, the paradox is that God says in the verse that describes fasting as an obligation that he wishes ease for you and not hardship:....    Full story...

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Ramadan Reflection (Part 6) – Managing time

Written By: Ajmal-Masroor
21/07/2013 3:28
Religion & Culture

Toady, at the time of iftar, you would be set around the table with the variety of food served and ready on your plate. You would be counting minutes and even seconds. You would have the background TV or radio station switched on for the precise moment when the Adhan (call to prayer) would be....    Full story...

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Ramadan Reflection ( Part 5 ) - Killing the ego

Written By: Ajmal-Masroor
18/07/2013 13:40
Religion & Culture

The ego is only interested in I, me and mine. The ego is only concerned with self-interest. The ego is obsessed with myself. It is blinded by want. As long as I and me get what is mine the ego is happy. It is intoxicating and it clouds judgments. The ego does not tolerate thinking about anyone....    Full story...

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Ramadan Reflection: Part 4 – Managing Sleep

Written By: Ajmal-Masroor
15/07/2013 22:09
Religion & Culture

How much sleep do you need? No body knows is probably the best answer. Some say on average a human being needs seven hours but then there are some who feel even ten hours are not enough. The fact is we all need sleep to feel alive and awake. Without sleep we would simply perish. Many people do....    Full story...

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Ramadan Reflection: Part 3–Eating less

Written By: Ajmal-Masroor
13/07/2013 20:55
Religion & Culture

Abstaining from eating and drinking essentially defines fasting. However, it is not uncommon to see Muslims eating too much in the month of Ramadan. Instead of reducing their food intake, they binge eat throughout the night. Imagine the amount and frequency of the food in one night consumed by....    Full story...

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Ramadan Reflection: Part 2 –Setting objectives

Written By: Ajmal-Masroor
11/07/2013 21:12
Religion & Culture

Ramadan is not just the name of the ninth Arabic calendar month and fasting in this month is not just a cultural expression, it certainly is not a hereditary custom. Fasting is about developing and fine tuning conscience – the driver of all your actions. Fasting is all about developing....    Full story...

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Ramadan Reflection: Part 01 – Straightening Intentions

Written By: Ajmal-Masroor
11/07/2013 17:23
Religion & Culture

It is the first day of your fast. How is it going to be? What will you do today? How do you plan to spend the first of the most blessed days of the year? Would today be any different than yesterday? If yes, how will it be different? The first day usually is like walk in the park; most people....    Full story...

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Why are Muslims so gullible?

Written By: Ajmal-Masroor
06/07/2013 18:56
Social Issues

I have received a number of emails and text message warning me of the Channel 4 Ramadan series that allegedly has recorded the Adhan in a Qadiyani centre. I am baffled by the sheer stupidity of these messages. How can people spread lies and rumours!  Let me explain why.  1. The....    Full story...

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Muslim cannot believe in secularism: Secularist are confused in Egypt & Arab World

Written By: Ajmal-Masroor
06/07/2013 0:51
Thoughts and Ideology

Today after Jum'a a man came up to me and complained, 'imam, why did you talk about politics from the pulpit of the mosque, you should focus on religion only'. I was talking about Egypt, the grave consequences that lie ahead for Egypt post the military coup. The questioner was....    Full story...

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Democratic experiment fail in Egypt?

Written By: Ajmal-Masroor
03/07/2013 23:03

I love Egypt and love the jovial Egyptians even more. Witnessing Egypt disintegrate into chaos and anarchy causes great deal of consternation in my heart more than it does when it happens in any other country. I do not know why I am so much in love with Egypt. In my view, Egypt is the mother of....    Full story...

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What is the difference between David Cameron and Tony Blair?

Written By: Ajmal-Masroor
01/07/2013 18:27 01/07/2013 18:26

Very little! They both prefer to promote trade over human rights, jobs in the UK over protecting the lives of people in the developing world, sleeping with dictators and despots for money over democracy and rule of law, and blind support for Israeli Apartheid state over the basic rights of the....    Full story...

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Muslims against Grooming

Written By: Ajmal-Masroor
29/06/2013 21:26

Grooming for sex is a major sin according to Islam; it is the most despicable abuse and a crime against the entire society. People found guilty of such crime should be punished severely and the communities must become more vigilant and report to the law enforcement authorities of any abuse of our....    Full story...

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Replace Evil with something Better:Jum'a Khutba

Written By: Ajmal-Masroor
27/06/2013 13:17
Religion & Culture

It is easy to condemn evil but harder to replace it with something better. Evil is not only to be detested but resisted, challenged and replaced. Duty of those who believe in God and the last Day is to stand up for right and struggle against all sorts of evil. Please find the YouTube video for....    Full story...

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Zero Tolerance to Domestic Violence

Written By: Ajmal-Masroor
22/06/2013 15:19
Social Issues

Can a couple ever build a real relationship if they are inflicting physical violence on each other? Relationship is a safe environment for all parties to explore their full potential. Violence equals fear and intimidation, control and subjugation and on the part of the victim loss of self-esteem....    Full story...

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