This documentary was shown during Exhibition: Muhammad (saw), held in Birmingham, UK in 2013. MashaAllah the documentary highlights Muhammad (saw), the man himself, the message he brought to mankind and the mission for which he was sent for by Allah (swt).
This is the perfect video for those who are learning about Muhammad (saw), for those who want to know more about Muhammad (saw) and for those who want to know Muhammad (saw).
Please watch and share widely with friends and family, both Muslims and non-Muslims.
By: Leah Marieann Klett
The number of Muslim children in several British cities is fast eclipsing that of Christian children, according to birth rate statistics that reveal the country’s significant demographic change. The Daily Mail reports that the latest statistics, extracted from the 2011 Census, shows that of 278,623 young people in Britain’s second largest city, Birmingham, 97,099 registered as Muslim compared to 93,828 as Christian. Meanwhile in Bradford 52,135 children, forming 45 percent of the total, are Muslim, compared to 47,144 Christians. Leicester has 22,693 young Muslims compared to 18,190 Christian children. The London borough of Tower Hamlets has the biggest difference, with 62 percent of children being raised Muslim. Christians in the borough are significantly outnumbered by 34,597 to just 8,995.
Sughra Ahmed, president of the Islamic Society of Britain, told the Daily Mail that those numbers are likely to grow.
What a sight to see…The world in solidarity with Palestine… #FreePalestine
A food wholesale firm that sold meat with counterfeit halal labels has been fined £7,500.
Zaman Brothers Wholesale Halal Meat Limited in Bradford supplied 65 boxes of meat and fat to Golden Delight Foods Limited in Saltley, Birmingham in 2012.
At Birmingham Crown Court, director Munawar Zaman admitted using fake labels on non-halal products.
He was ordered to carry out 120 hours of unpaid work and pay court costs of more than £8,000.
In the Name of Allah, The Most Beneficent, The Most Merciful
To Him We Belong: My Journey, My Faith
By: Ruqayyah Dawood
I will never forget that day. I sat in Birmingham Children’s Hospital, hands wrapped around my tummy, forcing fake tears, waiting for the doctor to return.
I was seventeen years old, twenty-one weeks pregnant, and I had just been advised to abort my baby.
A strong reminder from Abu Ibraheem Husnayn on the streets of Birmingham the night before the Eid when the youth normally come out and party like animals. Let’s make a change and stop this!