Ramadan Mubarak and Ramadan Greetings to all of you, especially to all the readers of MUSLIM VOICE and the The Muslim Weekly: May this holy month bring barakah, and Allah's boundless mercy upon the believers and harmony and tolerance for the world. Muslims almost everywhere welcome the coming of the month of Ramadan on the same day, on Thursday, the 18th of June, 2015 this year.
UK’s 2015 General elections is historic in so many respects. A number of histories has been made in this election, particularly with respect to Britain’s Muslim politics.
A Two-day International Conference was convened in Watford, Hertfordshire to create an understanding of Islamic rules and orders as far as the Muslim minorities are concerned. About twenty-six high-profile Islamic scholars from various countries including the United Kingdom, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Mauritania, United States of America, Germany, South Africa, Tunisia, France and Somalia attended the conference, which was held at the historic Hunton Park Hotel Conference Centre, Watford, Hertfordshire between 26 and 27 November, 2011.
4551 Saudis graduated from the Universities of the United Kingdom and Ireland under the King Abdullah’s Scholarship Program. "When we see all this happiness on the graduates’ faces, it delights our souls and hearts, and promises a brighter future for our country, God Willing, said the Minister of Higher Education Dr. Khalid bin Mohammed Al-Angari of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia at the Second Graduation Ceremony of the Scholarship recipients of the King Abdullah’s Scholarship Program in the United Kingdom and Ireland.
One-day Conference entitled "After the Spring: Which Way Forward for the Middle East" organised by the Middle East Institute Students group of the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), held at the Khalili Lecture Theatre, School of Oriental and African Studies, London on Saturday, 25th of February, 2012. A one-day conference was focusing on the opportunities and challenges shaping the future of the Middle East.
His Royal Highness, Prince Edward, Duke of Kent, visited the Hajj Exhibition at the British Museum, on Monday, the 5th of March, 2012. His Excellency, Faisal bin Abdurrahman bin Muammar, Supervisor General of the King Abdulaziz Public Library, Riyadh , welcome him and other guests, to the exhibition, Hajj: Journey to the Heart of Islam".
Salman al-Farsi (raheem Allah) said: "There was a man who was given many of the luxuries of this world, and then they were taken away from him. But he continued to praise and thank Allah until everything had been taken from him, even his bed. And then he still praised and thanked Allah. Another man , who had also been given many of the luxuries of this world asked him, "What are you praising and thanking Allah for?" The man said, "I am praising and thanking Allah for blessing which, if others asked me to give them to them in return for all that they have, I would never give them up." "What can they be?" asked the second man. "Can't you see?" asked the first man. "I have my eyesight, my tongue, my hands, my feet.."
"Hajj celebrates peace, unity and our equality before God – men and women, of all ages, from every nation. It is a profound, life changing experience – it doesn’t guarantee a passage to heaven, but it focuses all Muslims on what is really important in life, as prescribed by our faith," said Prince Mohammed bin Nawaf, Saudi Arabian Ambassador to the United Kingdom & Ireland at a Media Lunch on Tuesday, 24th of January 2012 prior to the British Museum Hajj Exhibition which will be inaugurated on Thursday, the 26th of January. High Royal Highness Prince Charles, heir to the British Throne, will be the honorary Guest.