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    Booklets on basics of salaah and fasting released by DU Centre

Booklets on basics of salaah and fasting released by DU Centre

WE live in a time of speed and haste. Ramadaan is a month that offers us a few additional moments for reflection, contemplation and learning. Still, we find ourselves looking for faster ways of assimilating knowledge. The Basics is a series of booklets, written by Shaikh Ismail Londt, which contain
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    The holocaust, academic freedom and free speech

The holocaust, academic freedom and free speech

DR PAUL HENDLER responds to the furore that arose following the comments made by University of Cape Town (UCT) lecturer, Dr Lwazi Lushaba, about Hitler committing no crime. DURING a political science lecture in early April, UCT’s Dr Lwazi Lushaba said that “Hitler committed no crime. All Hitler did was
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Living Islam
    In celebration of the reflection of beauty

In celebration of the reflection of beauty

SHAIKH SA’DULLAH KHAN, in commemoration of the month of the birth of Nabi Muhammad (peace be upon him), reminds us of the life example of the Messenger of Allah. WE
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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
    Islamic perspective on sexual abuse of children and adolescents

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,

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    So many lives, so many tears

So many lives, so many tears

With the onset of the COVID-19 epidemic, many have lost family and friends; the community has lost selfless activists working for justice and those who worked towards building social cohesion

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