News and Events

September, 2021

  • 9 September

    UNISLAMIC CULTURAL PRACTICES:

    DOES FEMALE CIRCUMCISION FIT THE BILL? By Asiff Hussein

    As we know, the Islamic faith and culture are closely intertwined and related. Generally Islamic culture conforms to and evolves within the Islamic framework. This is because that particular culture community is a also a piously religious one and so religion and culture go hand in hand, the cultural aspect being understood to be well within the ambit of religion …

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  • 8 September

    Muslim Responds to Indian News .Sharia Law, Taliban and Afghanistan

    Here I react to a ‘viral’ Indian News video, on their pathetic attempt to malign the Shariah (Islamic Law). There are many blunders which are exposed. Watch and share, as topics discussed should be known to us all so we don’t fall prey to such propaganda.

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  • 7 September

    Legendary singer Sunil Perera passes away

      There are two types of people in the world. They are either, your brothers in faith, or brothers in humanity. Demise of beloved brother Sunil Perera the center piece of the highly popular musical outfit of Sri Lanka “Gypsies”, has caused a big vacuum in the music and entertainment industry. His songs are not always for pure entertainment. Humour, …

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  • 5 September

    Sailan Muslim Foundation condemn NZ incident

    Our thoughts and prayers are with the victims of the attack which took place on the 3rd of September in Auckland, New Zealand. We are shocked and saddened to hear that the perpetrator of this dastardly act is of Sri Lankan origin and his inhumane act was driven by what is reported as an ISIS deviant extremist ideology. Sailan Muslim …

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  • 4 September

    Singapore allows hijab for Muslim nurses in public healthcare

    Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong on Sunday announced that female Muslim staff in Singapore’s public healthcare, including nurses, are allowed to wear hijab or “tudung” as an add-on to their uniforms starting November. He noted that wearing tudung became increasingly important for the Muslim community, and for many Muslim women it is an important part of their faith and expression …

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