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Islamic perspective on sexual abuse of children and adolescents

Dr ESHAAM PALMER dealt with the prevalence and seriousness of sexual abuse of children and adolescents in the Muslim community, in the first part of this series. In part two, he covers the issue from an Islamic perspective, how to avoid sexual abuse and what to do when abused sexually.

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    No one is safe until everyone is safe

No one is safe until everyone is safe

WILLIAM HIRSCH reports on the first-ever People’s Vaccine Open Forum. ‘WE would like to see people vaccinated. It is the best defence against serious illness and death. We want to see people vaccinated but we will also not force people.’ These were the sentiments expressed by Kedibone Mdolo, a representative

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Living Islam
    Shaikh Seraj Hendricks on the history of tasawwuf at the Cape

Shaikh Seraj Hendricks on the history of tasawwuf at the Cape

This is the first part of a series by DR AUWAIS RAFUDEEN analysing the Master’s thesis of the late Shaikh Seraj Hendricks. Part 1: Shaikh Seraj on how to think

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International News
    Israel has no Right to Exist

Israel has no Right to Exist

DR PAUL HENDLER critiques the concept of a sovereign state’s ‘Right to Exist’. This is an executive summary of an in-depth article (http://muslimviews.co.za/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/Israel-has-no-right-to-exist-Dr-P-Hendler-Part-1.pdf). THE Boycott Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement

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    Saru Sacos Legends: towards healing our fractured country

Saru Sacos Legends: towards healing our fractured country

SEDICK CROMBIE SOUTH Africa’s 24 years of democracy has brought forth many positive developments as the country strives to build a society based on universal human rights and the dignity
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    Cold front driving: tips for safer driving

Cold front driving: tips for safer driving

The country has certainly moved into winter with bitterly cold weather, with Cape Town already battling cold and rain, Eastern Cape getting its first snowfall of the season and Gauteng
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Lifestyle
    Domestic violence and femicide: the silent war in South Africa

Domestic violence and femicide: the silent war in South Africa

SHAHNAAZ PARUK, the CEO of Penny Appeal SA, reaffirms the organisation’s commitment to the fight against gender-based violence, highlighting the need to include education and reformative work with perpetrators of

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    School honours teacher who led from the front

School honours teacher who led from the front

ALEXANDER Sinton High School has honoured one of its teachers who were at the forefront of the student-teacher uprisings against apartheid in the eighties. FARID SAYED attended the event. On

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