Not what you would expect. His departing statement speaks volumes; ‘Israel are not only war criminals, they are fools’. The MP speaks about his personal experience. His grandmother being shot dead in the holocaust. His family in Israel and his many visits to Israel. A short 5 minute clip and a must watch. The MP […]
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The following website is a very informative website providing up to date information on what is happening to our brothers and sisters in Palestine. Specifically on the page below we are presented with 11 images explaining to us the answer to the above question. Please take a look and leave comments. Jazallah khayrun. http://thrivalroom.com/understand-israeli-palestinian-apartheid-11-graphics/
This is a very informative half an hour video which I urge all to watch. Surely now the world needs to wake up and make peace in Palestine the priority. But how can we when some of us don’t even have a clue whats happening over there including myself. However it is becoming common knowledge […]
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Buy here: The Intelligent Heart, the Pure Heart: An Insight into the Heart Based on the Qur’an, Sunnah and Modern Science Intelligence is immeasurable, intangible and difficult to define. When we think of intelligence we think of IQ and academic achievement. But what exactly is intelligence and what are the characteristics of an intelligent person? […]
A fascinating picture showing how the Kaaba in Mecca, Saudi Arabia once looked.
“Both scholarly and profoundly moving, an in-depth exploration of one of the five pillars of Islam” After visiting the Hajj Exhibition at the British museum I was fascinated with the Islamic art that was on display. In particular, Ahmed Mater’s ‘Magnetism’: a black magnetic cube encircled by tiny magnetic filaments. At first I could not […]