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3 days ago

Jamia Al-Karam

Today is the 12th Rabi’ al-Awwal. On this occasion of the blessed Mawlid in today’s world, the words of Shaykh Pirzada are worthy of continuous reflection. ... See MoreSee Less

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4 days ago

Jamia Al-Karam

SHAYKH AL-AZHAR HOLDS URGENT MEETING & MUSLIM COUNCIL OF ELDERS SEEKS INTERNATIONAL LEGAL ACTION

- The Muslim Council of Elders to establish an International Legal committee to file lawsuit against #CharlieHebdo

From his office at Al-Azhar Al-Sharif in Cairo, the Grand Imam of Al-Azhar, Dr Ahmad al-Tayyeb Shaykh al-Azhar, chaired an emergency meeting of the Muslim Council of Elders through video conference in order to discuss the recent systematic hate campaign targeting Islam, its Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) and its sacred and religious symbols under the banner of freedom of expression.

During the meeting, the Council strongly denounced the murder of a French teacher as well as the attempted murder by stabbing of two Muslim women under the Eiffel Tower in Paris, stressing that all brutal assaults are acts of terrorism regardless of the identity of the perpetrators or their motives.

The Council expressed its utter rejection of using 'freedom of expression' as a pretext for insulting Islam’s honorable Prophet (peace be upon him), stressing that freedom of expression should be practiced with a sense of social responsibility, with the aim of preserving the rights of others and ensuring that religions would not be bargained for political gains.

Moreover, the Council reiterated its call to Muslims living in the West to continue to adhere to the values of coexistence, peace, citizenship and human fraternity in their respective countries. It also called on Muslim communities to continue to integrate positively within their communities in a way that contributes to the development and flourishing of these communities while preserving in the same time their cultural and religious norms and identities.

The Council also warned Muslims living in western societies against responding to the provocations of the far-right groups’ rhetoric distorting the image of Islam, flaring up hatred of Muslims and stereotyping Islam as a religion of terrorism and isolation.

In conclusion of the meeting, the Council decided to establish an international legal committee responsible for filing a lawsuit against the French magazine Charlie Hebdo, which published the cartoons insulting the honorable Prophet (peace be upon him) of Islam. The Council also voiced its firm belief that such insults are best confronted through peaceful, sensible and legal means, adding that 'actions speak louder than words and it is time to take a legal action'.

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1 month ago

Jamia Al-Karam

"Indeed we are for Allah, and to Him we are to return."

PASSING AWAY OF THE PIR OF SIAL SHARIF
KHWAJA HAMEED-UD-DIN SIALVI (RA)

With profound sadness and grief, Shaykh Muhammad Imdad Hussain Pirzada, expresses his heartfelt sorrow, condolences and prayers at the passing away of the noble elder and Muslim leader, the Pir of Sial Sharif, Khwaja Muhammad Hameed-ud-Din Sialvi (ra) of Sial Sharif, Pakistan.

Upon the passing away of his saintly father, the Shaykh-ul-Islam, Khwaja Muhammad Qamar-ud-Din Sialvi (ra) in 1981, Khwaja Hameed-ud-Din (ra) served the intellectual and spiritual legacy of his illustrious forefathers and remained a beacon of light and guidance for thousands of devotees across the world. He was a pillar of the Chishti Nizami Sialvi Tariqah, and his departure leaves a void that will be difficult to fill. May Allah Almighty shower his soul and grave with countless blessings, and grant him a high station in Paradise. Amin
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