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Brexit result is a symptom of a deeper systemic crises

  Britain has voted for independence from the EU. It has resented the control by Brussels over its decision making. Notwithstanding the irony that the country – and continent – got rich on the back of  colonising and colonising other nations in the 19th and 20th century, there are several important points that emerge from the result of the EU referendum: 1. It is clear that the British people don’t trust what they see as a disconnected, sometime corrupt, establishment and a rigged system. They don’t trust the experts who couldn’t predict the financial crisis and they certainly don’t trust the politicians who they consider aloof, unrepresentative and utterly self serving. 2. The Leave vote is part of a wider concern across many democratic states where people feel left behind by the global system and the liberal elite. Left behind educationally (lack of good schools), politically (as elites take more control) and most of all left behind economically (as povert

5 Reasons why the EU Referendum has nothing to do with Islam

5 reasons why the EU Referendum has nothing to do with Islam (1) The EU Referendum is a debate between globalists and nationalists. The globalists have a neo-liberal agenda that seeks to exploit labour via the single market and the nationalists believe in exploiting labour via the removal of protectionism. The debate is between capitalists, by capitalists for capitalists. It's not an ideological debate but a political difference about how to best exploit cheap labour in which both camps believe in Capitalism. (2) The immigration and refugee issue is a red herring thats used by nationalists to exploit nationalistic chauvinism. European countries with access to the single market must allow free movement of EU citizens whether in the EU (like the UK) or outside it (like Norway and Switzerland). The refugee crisis has nothing to do with EU membership. The UK is not in the Schengen passport-free travel agreement so there are border checks on migrants. This argument is a despera

Video: Battle of Badr: Victory from Allah(swt) - Sheikh Abu Talha

Sheikh Abu Talha (Dr. Malkawy) explains the incident of Battle of Badr that occurred on 17th of Ramadan. Two years after the migration of prophet (sas) to Madina and establishing an Islamic State. Dr. Malkawy presents the importance of Battle of badr in the history of Islam and how it's a decisive battle between truth and falsehood. This battle is a great lesson for all believers that Allah(swt) will provide the victory and conform that victory will come ONLY from Allah(swt), as long as we steadfast in Islam and have tawakal and call upon only Allah(swt) for help and guidance.

Video: The Book of Business from Jami` at-Tirmidhi -- Chapters 1-5

Explanation of Chapter 1-5 from The Book of Business from Jami` at-Tirmidhi ( كتاب البيوع عن رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم ) --- Chapter 1-5 The following chapters were covered in this presentation: Chapter 1: What Has Been Related About Matters That Are Not Clear Chapter 2: What Has Been Related About Consuming Riba Chapter 3 : What Has Been Related Aout The Severity Of Lying And False Speech Chapter 4: What Has Been Related About Those Who Deal In Trade And What The Prophet (S) Called Them Chapter 5: What Has Been Related About One Who Makes A False Oath About His Merchandise

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Fasting in Travel (Safar)

This is from the draft translation of  الجامع لأحكام الصيام ‘Al-Jami li Ahkam as-Siyam’ (A complete guide of the rules of fasting) by  Sheikh Abu Iyas Mahmoud bin Abdul Latif al-Uweida , please note this is a draft translation so please overlook errors.  It was the opinion of most of the Sahaabah (ra), the Taabi’een and those who followed them including the four A’immah (Imaams) that it was allowed to fast or break the fast in travel. However they differed in deciding which was of the two was better. Imaam Abu Haneefah, Maalik, Ash-Shaafi’ and Ath-Thauri that fasting in the state of travel is better for the one who has the capable and it won’t cause harm or hardship. This was also narrated to be the view of Anas bin Maalik, ‘Uthmaan ibn abi Al-’Aas and Hudhaifah bin al-Yaman from amongst the Sahaabah (rah). As it has been reported to be the view of ‘Urwah bin Zubair, Sa’eed bin Jubair, Abdullah ibn Mubbarak and Ibraheem an-Nakhi’i. It is the opinion of Imaam Ahmad, Ishaq ibn Raahu

Q&A: The Leaked Panama Papers and the Motives (Translated)

Answer to Question The Leaked Panama Papers and the Motives! (Translated) Q uestion The leaked Panama Papers are still the subject of discussion amongst the media and politicians, especially those named in the documents... I have read an article in Al-Raya Newspaper, Issue No. 73 which concludes that America is behind these leaks... and my question is: Is it true that America is behind these leaks? Moreover, what has been written about the leaks suggests that they are to strike at tax havens and this means that there is an economic aspect, but I did not find it in the article, to what extent is the economic purpose in these leaks? In other words, is the motivation for these leaks political, as stated in the article, or that there is also an economic motive? Please clarify this matter, thank you. Answer As stated in the article that America is behind these leaks, it is true, as for the question of the existence of an economic motive behind the leaks, in addition to the politi