Sowing the Seeds of Love: British Muslim farmers and the demand for good food.

MuslimView‘s Neil Payne¬† looks into three British Muslim Farms and the increasing demand for halal and tayyib food and produce as consumers become much more aware of how their food is produced.

Sowing the Seeds of Love: British Muslim Farmers and the demand for good food

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Non-English speaking mums have nothing to do with radicalisation!

The Daily Mail reports:

“The Prime Minister has privately argued that one of the main reasons why young Muslim males fall under the spell of fanatics is because their mothers have too much of a subordinate role within their communities to argue against the influence of the extremists.”

My mother, and the mothers of many others of my generation, did not speak very much English and yet we were not radicalised. An English speaking mother is not a sure-fire solution to radicalisation. Once again the government and whoever is advising them are coming up with pathetic hair-brained solutions to problems that don’t actually exist. Continue reading Non-English speaking mums have nothing to do with radicalisation!

BOOK: NASIM AL-WASL: The Zephyr of Being There

A new book containing some 300 qasidahs (spiritual odes/poetry) has been released. This is a must have for qasidah lovers everywhere

NASIM AL-WASL: The Zephyr of Being There

Qasida Manual & Audio Library

An exquisitely designed anthology of near 300 spiritual qasidas or odes, this work connects you to a vibrant tradition spanning over a thousand years. Penned by some of the greatest mystics of Islam, like Abu Madyan and Ahmad al-‘Alawi, the poems articulate the spiritual experiences of hearts that have been polished and enlightened by the remembrance of God. Continue reading BOOK: NASIM AL-WASL: The Zephyr of Being There

Thoughts, opinions, musings and rants of Mas'ud Ahmed Khan