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Women Empowerment Central to Economic Growth On International Women’s Day, Muslim Aid issued a statement urging Governments and NGOs not to overlook social, political and economic equality for women in developing countries as key stakeholders in sustainable development. A Spokesperson for Muslim Aid said: “The contribution of women is central to resolving conflicts, poverty eradication and economic empowerment. Govern-

ments and NGOs should work together to ensure women in developing countries have access to programmes which provide a holistic and all encompassing approach to their welfare and social progress.” Further recognising the promotion of economic empowerment for women as key to achieving the UN Millennium Development Goals, the Spokesperson said: “Women represent an estimated 70 percent of

11th March 2011

the world’s poor. The GDP of national economies must take into account the contribution to the economy by women who are not in formal employment but still contribute to economic activity. We must also ensure that women are supported with equal access to education, training and science and technology for building sustainable societies.” Faced with continuing discrimination, women often find themselves in lowwaged and unsafe work. Eight out of ten women workers are considered to be in vulnerable employment in sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia, with the added pressure of global economic changes taking effect on their lives. Muslim Aid runs a number of programmes dedicated to the promotion of women’s development from establishing primary healthcare clinics in Sudan and health awareness workshops in Iraq. Muslim Aid’s Microfinance programmes have empowered women in many countries from Bangladesh to Indonesia.

The Muslim Seeker We are looking for budding journalists. We are also looking for sponsors to help us establish this community newsletter. If you can contribute to the paper, please do get in contact with us: Info.nmo@gmail.com

Inside this issue:

Fun Day for Women and Children Tae-Kwon-Do Radical Thinking Justice Week True Qualities of a Believer Khidmath Jiu-Jitsu Mosaic

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Nurtured to move mountains Reverts classes Death Generation Islam Islamic Awareness Evening The importance of seeking knowledge Noble manners of Islam The beginning of the end


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International Summit

The Mosaic International Summit 2011, sponsored by Prudential Corporation Asia as global partner, will be held in Qatar in November 2011. Delegates from Afghanistan, Algeria, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Egypt, Indonesia, Iraq, Jordan, Malaysia, Oman, Pakistan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Somalia (resident in Kenya) Turkey UAE and UK will be taking part. The main application process has closed, however we are still looking for delegates from Bahrain, Oman, Qatar and Turkey. If you are a national and resident of one of these countries and are between the ages of 25 and 35 and would like to apply, please email victoria.bishop@bitc.org.uk British candidates must be either an existing member of the Mosaic network, or have a personal referral from a member of the Mosaic network. Applications close at 1600 (GMT) on 18th March. Mosaic works towards a more integrated and thriving society where all individuals, regardless of background, are supported in realising their potential. Mosaic was founded by HRH The Prince of Wales in 2007. The Mosaic International Summit offers young leaders the opportunity to take part in an exciting leadership development programme. The 2011 Summit builds upon the programmes of previous years, and will provide world class speakers, leadership workshops and the opportunity to become part of a vibrant international network of young leaders committed to positive change. The Summit aims for delegates: 1) to develop leadership ability and an aspiration to be an agent of change 2) to develop understanding of key global issues and inspire positive thinking to address them A critical part of the leadership programme follows the Summit, where particpants are supported in their leadership journey by Mosaic. Participants report back on their development and community work every 3 months for a year following the Summit and take an active part in Mosaic's international network. The last Summit was held in July 2010. The workshops, activities and lectures that took place in the first week covered issues such as environmental sustainability, global poverty and intercultural relations. The second week was then spent on regional study tours to Manchester, Bradford, London and Birmingham during which the participants had the chance to visit projects in the UK which brought to life the issues that had been discussed. Since the Summit, the alumni of the programme have been involved in a wide variety of community work, from setting up local libraries to volunteering at children's shelters. For further details please contact Victoria Bishop victoria.bishop@bitc.org.uk 00 44 (0) 207 566 8770


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A small, new Muslim Secondary School called AlFutuwwa School is planning to open Insha’Allah in September 2011. It will be for both boys and girls from age 11 to 16. An open day has been arranged for Sunday the 27th of March 2011. Al-Futuwwa school is located near the Barking/Ilford boundary in Essex (Greater London). The address is 2 Victoria Road, Annexe Building, Barking Mosque, Barking, Essex, IG11 8PY. The website address is www.al-futuwwaschool.co.uk. Enquiries should be sent to enquiries@alfutuwwaschool.co.uk . We would be grateful if you would pass this information to any interested parties.


Review: Prophetic Timeline ‘SubhanAllah!’ that was my first exclamation as Prophetic Timeline, the latest Islamic web project, loaded onto my browser (http://prophetictimeline.com/). More than just interactive, the project by a Muslim Research and Development Foundation (MRDF) based in the UK puts together all of the important events in our beloved Prophet Muhammad SAW’s life (and meaningful events before) into a cogent, coherent and meaningful pres-


The Prophetic Timeline categorizes the ‘pivotal moments’ in the life of our beloved Prophet SAW. The timeline begins from 2000BC, the period before the birth of Rasulullah SAW, to the point of his (SAW) death, giving us a comprehensive and wide overview of the beautiful and momentous points in his (SAW) life, and help us gauge the length and breadth of his (SAW) journey through his years of da’awah. What I love best about the website is that users can look at all of the important events relative to one another. Even better, click on any part of the timeline and you will be spoilt for choice as to what to LEARN! You can choose to:  look at the events and incidents that took place during the period/year you have selected (the calendar),  listen to an audio narration of the event (the microphone),  ponder over the lessons and the wisdom behind the event (the quill in the inkpot),  look at the edicts or rulings pertinent to the year and finally, read about polemical rebuttals to certain contentious narratives related to the year. Apart from the site’s signature Prophetic Timeline, you can also read the last sermon by the Prophet (SAW) (encapsulated in an interactive scroll) or read a beautiful account of the Beloved’s (SAW) self and character. An upcoming development is the exciting Sirah Map, which will make use of satellite technology to trace the quest of Nabi Muhammad SAW. This is such a great ni’mah for those who have always wondered how we can all learn the Sirah Nabawiyah in a more meaningful manner, be it educators, parents, youths and individuals. I am sure you have always felt a little overwhelmed by the thousands of biographies on Allah’s Beloved (SAW) but now you can supplement all that reading with an interactive interface that lets you consolidate all the events or refer to them quickly when you need to. It is also definitely a useful and meaningful tool for learning and reflecting. Most importantly, the Prophetic Timeline is proof that technology need not serve against Islam; in fact, coupled with knowledge and the right skills, topped off with the right intentions, something as wonderful as the Prophetic Timeline can benefit the Ummah to no end. To end off, a most beautiful quote obtained from the site from the Prophet SAW at his (SAW) deathbed: “Treat your women well, and do not oppress your servants, the prayer, the prayer, don’t be neglectful of the prayer. O God, my highest companion, O highest companion.” May Allah bless the creators of the website, and bless us with syafa’ah as we learn to keep loving Rasulullah SAW everyday! Written by: Nabila Hanim


Islamophobia: issues, challenges and action Edited by: Robin Richardson ISBN: 9781858563176 Price: ÂŁ16.99 A report by the Commission on British Muslims and Islamophobia Chaired by Dr Richard Stone Research by Hugh Muir and Laura Smith Editor, Robin Richardson Adviser, Imam Dr. Abduljalil Sajid Price ÂŁ14.99 92 pages A4 ISBN-10: 1 85856 317 8 ISBN-13: 978 185856 317 6 May 2004 Published in collaboration with the Uniting Britain Trust The word Islamophobia was first used in print in 1991 and was defined in the 1997 Runnymede Trust report as 'unfounded hostility towards Islam, and therefore fear or dislike of all or most Muslims'. This follow-up report seven years on considers events and trends since 1997 and outlines essential things that still need to be done. This report describes the nature of Islamophobia in modern Britain and the impact of September 11 and the ensuing wars. It stresses that a major challenge is to build constructive ways of airing disagreements and engaging in debate. It looks at four main areas of social, political and cultural life: recognition of Muslim identities in the census and the legal system tasks facing schools community cohesion at street and neighbourhood level and ways of affecting media coverage. The book closes by citing the 60 recommendations that were made in the 1997 report and reviewing the progress that has, and has not yet, been made. It contains statistics, arguments, original research, interviews and facts, and a wide range of lively quotations. With its substantial bibliography and long list of useful websites, this is the authoritative publication on the subject of Islamophobia. Islamophobia - issues, challenges and action will be an invaluable practical guide for years to come and will be of interest to a wide range of professionals in education, government, law and the media. ...with its extensive notes and excellent bibliography, it contains a wealth of information for anyone either seeking to begin an enquiry or looking to investigate individual debates more thoroughly. - Journal of Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations ...provides a well informed starting point for understanding the many recent changes in the law and public policy relating to Muslims in Britain. Clear overviews of the developments in different aspects of public life are complemented by some well chosen illustrations, including examples of recent 'Islamophobic' writing, good practice in policy-making, individual Muslims' experiences, scholarly analysis and statistics. - British Journal of Religious Education 'This report, ably edited by Robin Richardson which ensures its quality, deals in particular with the events after 9/11 ...the sections on Identity and Education and dealing with the media <Actinic:Variable Name = 'offer'/> topics for teachers to grapple with in order to provide a counter force against racism' - Journal of In-Service Education The Report is particularly welcome and will remain the standard point of reference against which necessary improvements in the treatment of Muslims will be measured. - The Muslim World Book Review Useful links: http://www.insted.co.uk/islam.html


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De-Clutter your mind. A key part of being productive, is about focusing your mind on what’s beneficial and de-cluttering it from unproductive thoughts. If we can record our inner thoughts and replay them to ourselves each day, we’ll be shocked at how much junk there is and how much brain power we waste on futile things that neither benefit or harm us. These thoughts can be in the form of replaying old “movies” in our heads of things that happened to us in our past or (going to some extreme) future dreams that are never attainable nor part of reality, or keeping thoughts which we’re not happy to reveal to anyone, even having doubts back-biting about people which we needn’t have… all these thoughts need to purged if we want to relieve ourselves and de-clutter our minds. How do you know if you have so much clutter? Notice your actions and speech. If you recognise them to be very focused, very productive, very thoughtful, and containing less gossip, then your mind is probably more de-cluttered than others! If not, and you see yourself all over the place and your tongue out of control, then your mind surely needs a cleanup exercise. Unfortunately, we pay little attention to our thoughts and what goes on inside our mind, even though it’s crucial to our well-being, productivity and ultimately how we behave as Muslims. Ibn Al-Qayyim has a profoundly powerful statement in his book Al-Fawaid, referring to negative and sinful thoughts, he said: “You should repulse a thought. If you do not do so, it will develop into a desire. You should therefore wage war against it. If you do not do so, it will become a resolution and firm intention. If you do not repulse this, it will develop into a deed. If you do not make up for it by doing the opposite thereof [the opposite of that evil deed], it will become a habit. It will then be very difficult for you to give it up” “You should know that the initial stage of every knowledge that is within your choice is your thoughts and notions. These thoughts and notions lead you into fantasies. These fantasies lead towards the will and desire to carry out [those fantasies]. These wills and desires demand the act should be committed. Repeatedly committing these acts cause them to become a habit. So the goodness of these stages lies in the goodness of thoughts and notions, and the wickedness of these thoughts lies in the wickedness of thoughts and notions.” [Al Fawaid, Ibn Qayyim] May Allah be pleased with him! A deep insight into something so subtle. We should all memorize these words and use it whenever we feel unable to control the tsunami of negative thoughts that overtake our minds. There’s a verse in the Quran that should send shudders through any Muslim’s spine, in which Allah (Subahanahu Wa Ta’ala) speaks of taking into account our inner thoughts, He says: “To Allah belongeth all that is in the heavens and on earth. Whether ye show what is in your minds or conceal it, Allah Calleth you to account for it. He forgiveth whom He pleaseth, and punisheth whom He pleaseth, for Allah hath power over all things.” (Quran, Surat Al-Baqarah, Verse 284). In an age, where people are fighting for privacy, some people might find the above verse “intrusive”! But who are we to judge what Allah does?! We’re His slaves and He’s our Master! He can do what He wills. The reason I’m saying this, is because believe it or not, the Companions of the Prophet, also found the above verse difficult to grasp (but in their case, they understood the implication, though we unfortunately, rebel due to arrogance). So they went to the Prophet with a heavy heart regarding this verse, but the Prophet told them “Say, we Listen and we Obey”. As soon as they said that, Allah revealed 2 of the greatest verses in the Quran: “The Messenger believeth in what hath been revealed to him from his Lord, as do the men of faith. Each one (of them) believeth in Allah, His angels, His books, and His apostles. “We make no distinction (they say) between one and another of His apostles.” And they say: “We hear, and we obey: (We seek) Thy forgiveness, our Lord, and to Thee is the end of all journeys.” On no soul doth Allah Place a burden greater than it can bear. It gets every good that it earns, and it suffers every ill that it earns. (Pray:) “Our Lord! Condemn us not if we forget or fall into error; our Lord! Lay not on us a burden Like that which Thou didst lay on those before us; Our Lord! Lay not on us a burden greater than we have strength to bear. Blot out our sins, and grant us forgiveness. Have mercy on us. Thou art our Protector; Help us against those who stand against faith.” (Quran, Surah AlBaqarah, verses 285-286) So, listen and obey and work out how to control your thoughts and Allah will not overburden you. Here are some simple steps you can follow to de-clutter your mind and control thoughts, but they need to be constantly followed in order to develop a disciplined mind: 1. Dua – First and foremost, ask Allah for help and guidance on this issue. Remember “You Alone we Worship, and You alone we seek help from”. 2. Practise focusing your mind – especially during Salat – so that you at least de-clutter your mind, even temporarily.

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Listen “into” your thoughts and don’t let them just wave by unnoticed. A strong Muslim is the one who can control his inner self as well as his limbs. 4. When a bad thought comes, fight it! And when a good thought comes, act upon it or at least write it down! Be constantly watchful of your mind, like a predator, always ready to pounce on any unwanted thoughts and cutting evil from its roots.May Allah (Subahanahu Wa Ta’ala) help us de-clutter our minds and make our thoughts, actions and words sincerely for Him. Ameen.


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Dawud Ali Wharnsby

Madinah Tun-Nabi There was merriment and joy, a smile on the face of every girl and boy. The streets of Yathrib welcomed in the prophet of Allah, Muhammad, sullallahu alayhi wa salaam. A full white moon shone down upon the land, rising from the valley between hills of sand. Being grateful to Allah was The Prophet's demand, spreading peace through the streets of Madinah. Madinah Tun-Nabi, Madinah Tun-Nabi, The city of the prophet is like home to me. I'll travel through the world but I doubt that I will see A city with such wonder as Madinah.

palm tree, And the smile from the child on the street selling tea, Enchant me with their beauty and their simplicity As I walk through the streets of Madinah. Madina Tun-Nabi, Madinah Tun-Nabi, The city of the prophet is like home to me. I'll travel through the world but I doubt that I will see A city with such wonder as Madinah. Al Madinatul Munawarah, Oh enlightened city! Al Madinatul Munawarah, even in my sleep you call to me.

Time has hurried by, time has traveled on so fast And though wisdom and truth will always last I wish, I wish, I wish that I could climb Now the narrow winding roads are so full into the past of history, streets shake with the azan from Masjid un And live with the Prophet in Madinah. Madinah Tun-Nabi, Madinah Tun-Nabi, -Nabi. The city of the prophet is like home to I feel the shadow of the prophet gently me. cooling me I'll travel through the world but I doubt as I walk through the streets of Madinah. that I will see Madinah Tun-Nabi, Madinah Tun-Nabi, The city of the prophet is like home to me. A city with such wonder as Madinah. My heart is never far from the home of I'll travel through the world but I doubt the Ansar that I will see And the city of the prophet, Al-Madinah. A city with such wonder as Madinah. The man who reads Qur'an `neath a date


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Newham Muslim Community Directory O you who believe! Eat not up your property amongst yourselves in vanities: but let there be amongst you traffic and trade by mutual good-will: nor kill (or destroy) yourselves: for verily Allah has been to you Most Merciful. [Al Qur’an 4:29]

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HMC was born essentially out of one concern and one concern only; to be able to provide assurance that we are eating genuine Halal, not just “because it says Halal… it must be Halal!" HMC is the product of a particular, prolonged situation – a situation of deceit and treachery. Muslims are being betrayed by individuals & corporations whose only concern is making fast, easy money. Using 'blessed blades', pre recorded Bismillah, captive bolts, electrified water and even pork proteins; the hard-earned Halal cash of many is being used to buy Haram. HMC has therefore, shouldered the enormous responsibility of discharging an obligatory duty on behalf of you, the community at large. Help HMC to Help You! Barkat & Sons Halal Meat 645 Romford Road Manor Park, E12 5AD Tel: 020 8911 8509 A M & Sons 84-88 Belgrave Road Ilford, IG1 3AL Tel: 020 8554 4030 A M & Sons (2) 397 Green Street Upton Park, E13 9AU Tel: 020 8472 7267 Amaan Halal Butchers 42 Upton Lane Forest Gate, E7 9LN Tel: 020 8470 1514 Bismillah Fresh Halal Meat & Poultry 70 Upton Lane Forest Gate, E7 9LN Tel: 020 8548 0992 Mob: 07932 836 696 Bismillah Halal Meat 370 Ilford Lane Ilford, IG1 2LZ Tel: 020 8478 9900 Budget Fair Cash & Carry 51 - 53 Upton Lane Forest Gate, E7 9PA Tel: 020 8552 2888

Butt Halal Meat 209 Ilford Lane Ilford, IG1 2RU Tel: 020 8220 7775 Hamza Halal Butchers 115 Altmore Avenue East Ham, E6 2BX Tel: 020 8471 2325 Iman Halal Meat 319 Green Street Plaistow, E13 9AR Tel: 020 8472 3308 Kashmir Halal Meat & Foodstore 120 - 122 Katherine Road East Ham, E6 1ER Tel: 020 8472 8669 Khan Halal Meat 103 Burges Road East Ham, E6 2BL Tel: 020 8552 7175 Lala's Quality Halal Meat & Poultry 89 Belgrave Road Ilford, IG1 3AL Tel: 02000 114 055

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Abu Bakar 47 Upton Lane Forest Gate, E7 9PA Tel: 020 8470 2300 Ahmed's Perfect Fried Chicken 61 Vicarage Lane Stratford, E15 4HG Tel: 020 8522 4377 AJ's Chicken & Pizza 221 Ley Street Ilford, IG1 4BL Tel: 020 8553 1125 A'la Pizza 28 Upton Lane Forest Gate, E7 9LN Tel: 020 8586 6688 Aladdin BBQ & Grill 121 Ley Street Ilford, IG1 4BH Tel: 020 8553 3357 Al-Farooq Kebabish 435 Barking Road, East Ham, E6 2JX Tel: 020 8472 0917 Al-Farooq Kebabish 84 Upton Lane Forest Gate, E7 9LW Tel: 020 8472 3049 Al-Farooq Kebabish 395 Green Street Upton Park, E13 9AU Tel: 020 8471 1452 Al-Firdous Restaurant & Takeaway 187 Plashet Road Forest Gate, E13 0QZ Tel: 020 8503 5340 Bar B Q Base 832 Romford Road, Manor Park, E12 5JG Tel: 020 8514 2989 Chicken 2 Go 418 High Street North Manor Park, E12 6RH Tel: 020 8475 0003 Dixy Chicken 282 Barking Road East Ham, E6 3BA Tel: 020 8471 0900

Dixy Chicken 198 High Street North East Ham, E6 2JA Tel: Dixy Fried Chicken 372 High Street North Manor Park, E12 6PH Tel: 020 8548 1336 Euro Fried Chicken & Pizza 90 Upton Lane Forest Gate, E7 9LW Tel: 020 8471 4488 Griller (6) 649 High Road Seven Kings, IG3 8RA Tel: 020 8590 6400 GrillFellas 88 Katherine Road East Ham, E6 1EN Tel: 020 8471 9454 Hyderabadi Spice 309 High Street North Manor Park, E12 6SL Tel: 020 8472 0255 Jumbo's 66 Plashet Road Upton Park, E13 0RQ Tel: 020 8472 7637 Jungle Braai Barbeque 115 Wood Street Walthamstow, E17 3LL Tel: 07886 184442 Khana Khazana Restaurant 249 Green Street Forest Gate, E7 8LJ Tel: 020 8503 4200 Lahore Xpress 99 Green Street Forest Gate, E7 8JF Tel: 020 8471 3353 Madina Kebabish 85a Upton Lane Forest Gate, E7 9PB Tel: 020 8586 7027 Mai'da Indian Eatery 148-150 Bethnal Green Rd London, E2 6DG Tel: 020 7739 2645

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Antony Lane finally broke his drought and scored his first goal for the club

in the two nil victory.

has struggled to make a real impact since Lane who just his transfer turned Twenty from Bowers One this week and Pitsea at the turn of the year. He has struggled with injury and has found it difficult to settle in the 1st team, but now all that is all behind him. “If I get one goal, others will follow, that’s the type of player I am, you just watch me now” said the young at-

NMO are looking for volunteers who wish to make a positive difference in Newham. Our main aim is to see walls being broken down, those walls that we have built in our hearts and minds. Please email us with any feedback: info.nmo@gmail.com

tacking midfielder.

Apsa wrapped up all the points after Greg Akpele scored his third goal in as many matches and suddenly APSA seem to have found the consistence goal scorers they have been looking for all season.

We are on the web: www.newhammuslimorganisations.com Website still under construction!


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