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The Etiquette of Learning

1st Ethical - 20th November 2014

While we were one day sitting with the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) there appeared before us a man dressed in extremely white clothes and with very black hair. No traces of journeying were visible on him, and none of us knew him. He sat down close by the Prophet (ﷺ) rested his knee against his…

Some Sick Tips

Ibrahim Khan - 18th November 2014

Think back to the last time you were sick and ill and lying alone in your bed wishing that you were with your friends or family in work or at school or university. You felt bored and a bit neglected right? And then out of the blue a friend would visit you. Remember how happy…

New Vacancy: Curriculum Writer

1st Ethical - 14th November 2014

Curriculum Writer Hours: Full Time (Flexi-hours) Location: Either office or home-based, subject to a minimum of two days a week working from Birmingham or our Central London Office Start Date: Immediate Salary: £18,000 – £21,000 per annum (dependant on experience) + £1.5k London Weighting (if applicable) + Annual Bonus (One month’s Salary) Full Driving License essential Closing date:…

Million elderly Brits malnourished as third of councils cut ‘meals on wheels’ service

Reuters - 14th November 2014

Reuters A third of all UK councils have scrapped ‘meals on wheels’ services to their elderly and vulnerable residents due government to spending cuts, putting senior citizens at risk of malnutrition and social isolation, research showed. Over half expect further service reductions in the year ahead. A study by the British Association for Parenteral and…

The Rightly Guided Stars: Abdur Rahman ibn Awf (Part Two)

1st Ethical - 14th November 2014

The Muslim army eventually left for Tabuk. There Abdur-Rahman was blessed with an honor which was not conferred on anyone till then. The time of Salat came and the Prophet, peace be on him, was not there at the time. The Muslims chose Abdur-Rahman as the ir imam. The first rakat of the Salat was…

The Rightly Guided Stars: Abdur-Rahman ibn Awf (Part One)

1st Ethical - 13th November 2014

He was one of the first eight persons to accept Islam. He was one of the ten persons (al-asharatu-l mubashshirin) who were  assured of entering Paradise. He was one of the six persons chosen by Umar to form the council of shura to choose the  Khalifah after his death. His name in Jahiliyyah days was…

Beware Benefit Fraud

Ibrahim Khan - 11th November 2014

Can you imagine if a Muslim ever tries to justify stealing from another Muslim? Of course not. We can’t even imagine a Muslim trying to justify stealing from a non-Muslim, never mind stealing from fellow Muslims. This is because protecting the wealth of people, and respecting the rights of people – Muslim or non-Muslim –…

Ilm 2 Amal and School Inspection

Talal Hussein - 7th November 2014

Verily, Allah has prescribed excellence in everything. Sahih Muslim   At 1st Ethical, we want to achieve excellence. And we want to inspire every Muslim to achieve excellence. Excellence in faith, excellence in piety and worship, excellence in manners and excellence in conduct. We do not want to build new Mosques, Darul Uloom. primary, secondary…

Ilm 2 Amal: The Impact on the Community

Abeeha Khalid - 7th November 2014

Abeeha Khalid, Curriculum Development Supervisor What can British Muslims do in the face of current challenges and who are the key stakeholders needed to confront this changing landscape head-on? With the continued rise in Islamophobia and the repercussions of the Trojan horse saga being felt around the country, the need for social cohesion and preparing…

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