Pause for Thought – Campus

‘With the highs and lows of life, we may need to ask for a helping hand…there is no shame in that.’Our very own Campus Director Dr Sara Saigol recently featured in BBC Radio 2’s ‘Pause for Thought.’She reflected on the symbolism of hands. ​ ‘I’ve been thinking of my hands, I’ve been looking down at my hands and […]

Charity – Plain Islam

According to the teachings of Islam, being charitable is one of the highest virtues and is considered a means of cleansing oneself spiritually and materially. One of the essential ‘pillars’ of Islam is zakat. It is compulsory for those who meet a prescribed annual surplus in their income. With zakat, Muslims are asked to give… […]

Living with differences – Plain Islam

The question of how we treat, deal with, work with, co-exist with people of other faiths and beliefs (including those that have no faith), is a rather curious one. The answer seems intuitive – there is a thread that binds us together – being human seems enough to unite us. Every interaction should be underpinned… […]

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