Bridging Spiritual Cultures and All Saints Church, High Wycombe is excited to announce that with generous support from Amal – A Said Foundation Project, and further support from Wycombe District Council through a community arts grant, we are hosting an Art, Peace and Contemplation Day (10am to 4pm) and Evening Viewing with Iftar and Music Event (7.30 to 10.30pm) at All Saints Church, High Wycombe as part of Wycombe Arts Week on Saturday 27th May.
The Bucks County Museum’s Art of Islam Exhibition and Festival had been in full flight since April this year and finished with a flourish at the end of September. Dr Siobhan Bygate recalls some of the key highlights of the event.
His Eminence, Khaled al -Duwaisan Ambassador of the State of Kuwait, opens the Art of Islam Exhibition and Festival by the Bucks County Museum Trust. A summer long exhibition and festival celebrating the art and cultures of Islam. Dr Siobhan Bygate reports for MuslimView.
Andrew Booso attends a Seminar by academic, Professor Wael Hallaq in which Professor Hallaq gives a seminar based around his book “Impossible State”.
MuslimView is planning a series of workshops around the country on Citizen Journalism. Register your interest now.
The British Academy hosts a series of talks on religion in society, MuslimView attend to hear Professor Linda Woodhead’s findings on a poll conducted on White British attitudes towards religion in Britain.
Hundreds of people enjoyed an afternoon to remember when talented young writers were celebrated at the Young Muslim Writers Awards 2015. The event was organised and presented by charity Muslim Hands in association with the Yusuf Islam Foundation, on Saturday 5th December in London.
Muslim Climate Action was launched at the House of Commons on 8th September 2015 with UK Energy Minister Lord Bourne giving the keynote speech at the Launch event.
1st and 2nd of August saw the UK Muslim Lifestyle Expo (MLE) taking place at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry. The expo brought together Muslim businesses.
Umm Maryam recounts her experience of adopting a young girl and welcoming her into her family.
A couple relate an encounter with a group of Syrian families and townsfolk they met whilst on their own journey to perform the umrah.
Everyday we meet and interact with people of all backgrounds whether religious, social, economic, national, regional, political and the plethora of other backgrounds that make up who we all are. Sometimes these encounters prove to be interesting and fruitful. This section is here for you to share your stories and anecdotes of everyday life in […]
Just shortly after the horrific attack on holidaying Britons in Tunisia, I was queuing in my local bank and found myself listening to a couple of chaps behind me in the queue discussing the attacks. I caught fragments of the conversation and one of the men was clearly frustrated with Muslims. “It’s always Muslims … […]
‘Jesus Man’ as he has come to be known recently passed away in Bradford West Yorkshire. A condolences book was placed in Bradford City Hall and there have been calls for having a street named after him as well as having a statue commissioned in his memory. So why was he so fondly received by […]
Saima Khan founder and head chef of The Hampstead Kitchen talks about food, faith and friends recounting how she left a highly successful and highly paid career in banking to pursue her passion for food after cooking for her boss Warren Buffett and his friend Bill Gates.
MuslimView catches up with National Zakat Foundation’s CEO, Iqbal Nasim, to ask him about NZF’s activities and distribution of Zakat and Sadqah.
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As Jamia Al-Karam reaches a landmark 30 years as a leading Muslim educational institute, MuslimView spoke with the founder, Shaykh Muhammad Imdad Hussain Pirzada, about his experiences in setting up and running the school, the struggles he faced, the successes that came, and his hopes and fears for the Muslims in Britain.
Iqbal Bhana OBE, DL shares his thoughts on Jo Cox Labour MP for Batley and Spen who was tragically killed last week.
MuslimView asked British Muslims to reflect on and remember the life, influence and legacy of Muhammad Ali and what he meant to them (Photo credit: Peter Sanders Photography) …
Founder of DeenPort.com, Omar Tufayl, shares his thoughts about his friend Poet Daniel Abdal-Hayy Moore who tragically passed away after a battle with cancer. Whilst not a Brit, Abdal-Hayy left a lasting impact on many British Muslims that he came into contact with.
Hafiz Mohammed Patel, aged 90, died on 18 February 2016. One of Britain’s most influential Muslims, he founded and headed the European branch of the Tablighi Jama’at (TJ), frequently cited as the largest movement of grassroots Muslim renewal in the world, from its headquarters in the West Yorkshire town of Dewsbury.
Veteran Labour MP for Oldham, Michael Meacher was one of the prominent deaths in 2015 for the Muslims community there. Dr. Shamim Miah remembers Michael Meacher.
Gulam Kaderbhoy Noon, a leading British businessman, was born on 4th January 1936, and passed away on 27th October 2015 aged 79. He was originally from Mumbai, India and operated a number of food companies in Southall.
Sufi Abdullah Sahib passed away in Birmingham on 12 February 2015 after five decades in the city and having a major impact on the Muslim community for Birmingham through is tireless efforts serving them.