Towards the Greater Integration of Islam in Britain – Shaykh Abdalhaqq Bewley

Towards the Greater Integration of Islam in Britain – Shaykh Abdalhaqq Bewley These resources may be useful to understand Shaykh Abdalhaqq’s reference to the relationship between the foundation of the Inns of Court and some aspects of Common Law such as the jury system:

Umar Ibrahim Vadillo at International Economic Forum 2009

Abdalghani Auyeskhanov (Kazakhstan) The event we chose to introduce Umar Pasha Ibrahim Vadillo to Kazak people was the second International Economic Forum in Astana, capital of Kazakhstan, organized by the Ministry of Economy and Budget Planning of Kazakhstan, held on 11-12 March 2009. The theme of the forum was “Economic Security in Eurasia in the […]

BOOK REVIEW: ISLAM – Its Basic Practices and Beliefs by Abdalhaqq Bewley

BOOK REVIEW ISLAM – Its Basic Practices and Beliefs by Abdalhaqq Bewley (2008, Ta-Ha Publishers Ltd, pp. 288. Paperback. ISBN 978-1-84200-088-5) The Prophet Muhammad, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, said that an hour’s reflection is better than a lifetime of worship. This latest book of Hajj Abdalhaqq Bewley is the fruit of […]

Riyad as-Saliheen

http://www.bogvaerker.dk/images/2.AdabRiyad.pdf. This masterwork of Imam an-Nawawi, may Allah be pleased with him, here in a new translation by Aisha Bewley, with all of the Imam’s notes translated by Abdassamad Clarke, who also edited and typeset the book. It is to be published by the UK Islamic Academy insha’Allah.

Mukhtasar at-Targhib wa’t-Tarhib

http://www.bogvaerker.dk/images/14.SalesTarghib.pdf This famous work translated by Aisha Bewley, edited and typeset by Abdassamad Clarke and to be published by the UK Islamic Academy is the abridgement (mukhtasar) by Shaykh Shihab ad-Deen Ibn Hajar al-‘Asqalani of Hafidh Abu Muhammad ‘Abd al-‘Adheem ibn ‘Abd al-Qawi al-Mundhiri’s book at-Targhib wa’t-Tarhib.

Ulster says “No!”

“Usury I put down, as the great pivot of all their (the Irish people’s) disasters – the main and primary spring that sets on motion the whole machinery of Ireland’s calamities.” (Jeremiah O’Callaghan 1780 -1861) Seeing Ulster hit the headlines again, one is revolted that the only thing offered its Catholics and Protestants is the severely […]