Just as the banner of freedom of speech is often used to mask racism and bigotry so too is this issue of political correctness.
They say that reading biographies is perhaps the best way to learn real life lessons. That is because a biography is a record of practice.
On a small street in the south-west of Adelaide’s CBD sits a blue stone building built in 1889. It’s one of 340 mosques in Australia and is one of the oldest purpose-built […]
Although we marked the end of Ramadan with Eid, a time when we should celebrate and be happy, we can also perhaps understand that the moment is a bitter-sweet one. Why?
The Call Out takes a closer look at the 2016 Federal Election – the results, the implications of a fractured Senate and the rise of far right candidates, in particular Pauline Hanson and One Nation.
As Eid is quickly approaching, it would be noteworthy to mention at least six etiquettes, related to the day of Eid, which one should observe.
Learn about basic principles of Islamic finance with Almir Colan.
The Quran – What is your relationship? Are you a friend of the Quran? Must hear this by sheikh Abu Bakr Zoud. .
Shaykh Dr. Yasir Qadhi explains the story of Lut (‘alayhi’l-salām) and its relevance today.
Sheikh Shady Alsuleiman has been targeted for preaching the well-known and official Islamic view on homosexuality. Why the fuss?
Malcolm Turnbull has met with faith leaders at Kirribilli House, becoming the first prime minister to host an iftar, the fast-breaking meal during Ramadan.
Art project celebrates the shared history of Aboriginal and Muslim people in Australia — dating back to the arrival of Makassan fishermen in the 1600s and later the Afghan cameleers.
by Sheikh Furqan Jabbar There is a famous adage that states: “Knowledge is Power.”
The Muslims from Makassar (South Sulawesi) had been visiting Australia’s north since the 1600s. The harmonious contact between the Makassans and the Aboriginals brought about mutual benefits as well as ongoing friendships.
This is a human problem, this is a nafs problem, and this is a love problem. No-one is going to get away with an easy ride.
Today is the first day of the holy month of Ramadan in which Australia’s Muslims will fast from dawn to dusk for the next 30 days, abstaining from food and drink.
Last Saturday the ICV played host to a media panel discussion and Q&A. The event was moderated by head of media and communications at the ICV Kuranda Seyit.
Islamic Councils across Australia strongly reject a government proposal to revoke Australian citizenship for those suspected of carrying out a terrorist act.
Ramadan tips by Sheikh Alaa Elsayed
Monash Health will change its policies to give priority to requests from women for a female doctor because of religious beliefs, cultural concerns or past trauma.