Calls for more Islamic schools to cater for Muslim children’s needs. One of two Islamic primary schools in the country says there is a desperate need for more schools for Muslims. Iqra Elementary School in West Auckland officially opened its new building in New Lynn yesterday. It has come a long way since it first… Continue reading Calls for more Islamic schools to cater for Muslim children’s needs.
Thousands of Muslims offer Friday prayer in Birmingham in this July 6, 2016 file photo. — Courtesy: Ruptly video screenshot London —Britain has been acquiring an increasingly Islamic face, with hundreds of official Shariah courts operating in the capital and many mosques dotting many cities. “London is more Islamic than many Muslim countries put together,”… Continue reading Muslim London: 423 new mosques, 100 Shariah courts.
Kiwis’ lonely journey leaving Islam. The Koran says those who leave Islam will be subject to a “great torment”. New Zealand Muslims making the difficult – and potentially dangerous – decision to leave their faith are finding support in each another, writes Kelly Harricks. “I called up the guy and I said, ‘How many of us are… Continue reading Kiwis’ lonely journey leaving Islam.
New Zealand Muslims are making the most of taxpayer assistance to promote Sharia Law in New Zealand! Father can’t watch daughters at Muslim netball tournament A Muslim father is upset he isn’t allowed to watch his two daughters compete at an Islamic women’s netball tournament. But organisers say it’s important for the girls to have… Continue reading Father can’t watch daughters at Muslim netball tournament
Saudi students passed Unitec course despite cheating and threatening lecturer Saudi students who copied from previous exam papers – even reproducing a marker’s note – were allowed to pass the course. KEY POINTS •Six Saudi students have been allowed to pass an electrical course despite cheating in their final exam. •They submitted almost identical answers… Continue reading Saudi students passed Unitec course despite cheating and threatening lecturer
‘There’s so much more that connects us than what divides us’ – Dispelling Muslim myths at the heart of Wellington initiatives Mustenser Ahmad Qamar and Mohamed Anas Raheem are behind an upcoming Quran exhibition in Wellington as well as a newly established ‘Coffee, Cake & Islam’ meet-up initiative. Countering negative perceptions of Muslims and the… Continue reading ‘There’s so much more that connects us than what divides us’ – Dispelling Muslim myths at the heart of Wellington initiatives