All posts tagged: children

The Ummah in Afghanistan will never Experience a Liberation from the un-Islamic Actions unless it has the Right Liberator

It is a painful blow in the heart, to see how the Ummah suffers today and in what a degenerated state it is. The distance from the Shariah and the Islamic order transformed the life of the Ummah into chaos and darkness. Numerous shameful and un-Islamic actions are found among the Muslims. Actions which create […]

The punishment of this world is easier to bear than the punishment of the Hereafter

The disturbing images of woman and children lying on the floor in body bags and shrouds, the videos messages of trapped mothers telling the world that we have failed them and that they only rely on Allah (swt) reminded me of the courage that the hairdresser of Pharaoh’s daughter showed when faced with the worst […]

The Children of Eastern Ghouta are Being Annihilated! Who Will Defend their Blood?!!

On 22nd of February, the UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights stated that over 400 people had been killed, including 150 children in the previous 5 days ferocious bombardment of Eastern Ghouta by the savage Syrian and Russian forces, who are indiscriminately targeting civilians in homes, shops, schools, hospitals and markets, leaving children buried in […]

Tyrant Nazarbayev is waging a fierce struggle against Islam and Muslims in the country!

On January 15, IA “TELEARNA” reported on its website: “130 parents of schoolchildren can be held administratively liable for their unwillingness to comply with the school dress code in South Kazakhstan. Almost 400 pupils of the region’s schools wear headscarves and other religious attributes. The implementation of the secular state standards in the educational institutions […]

China Pursues Economic Growth Abroad but Abandons Millions of its Children in Homeland

A newly-released report on China’s “left-behind children” said that nearly one-third of rural students were left behind by their parents, with eight percent claiming that their parents’ death had no effect on them. More than half of rural children see their migrant worker parents less than twice a year, according to the Chinese Left-behind Children’s […]