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We Need Both Parties of Muslim Professionals in Malawi

I wish to firstly, promise you that I will keep this talk very short and direct because when it comes to beating around the bush, I neither have any talent nor do I possess any skills in that. And I believe that if you kick the ball too much, the …

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Why Does the Eastern Region of Malawi Has a Very High HIV/AIDS Prevalence Rates

Opponents of the universal male circumscision in Malawi often cite the eastern region of Malawi districts as the best example as to why male circumscion cannot prevent the spread of HIV/Aids. The eastern region districts which include Mangochi, Machinga, Zomba and Balaka have a high concentration of Muslims whose males are …

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Are TB Joshua Prophesies From God?

Following TB Joshua’s trip to Ghana last week, Kwame Asempa wrote an article that was published on Ghana Web under the title: TB Joshua, the man who tricked God? It is reproduced in full below.     Sometimes I wonder if Jesus was walking the land of Jerusalem today if he would …

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Reconciling ‘Table Mountain Declaration’ and the Government’s Wish to Control the Media

I believe most of you have heard about this ‘Table Mountain Declaration’ issue. It’s actually a declaration that the journalists want the governments (Presidents) to sign. The ‘Table Mountain Declaration’ calls on African states to; …Recognise the indivisibility of press freedom and their responsibility to respect their commitments to African …

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Surah Fateha; Chapter Unlike Any Other

All praise is to God, Lord of all the worlds I begin with the name of God, Most Gracious, Most Merciful First Chapter of the Quran: Unlike Any Other All praise is to God, Lord of all the worlds Most Gracious, Most Merciful Master of the Day of Judgment You …

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Right of a Muslim Woman in the Society

Talking about woman and her status in the Muslim society is not a new issue. The position of Islam on this matter is clearly well explained and it is an important issue that every Muslim who claims to be educated must look into deeply. Briefly, this work is addressing on …

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The Concept of Power and State in the Light of Islam

After we have generally discussed about Islam and politics in my previous article titled Should Islam and politics be separated?, there is a great need to pick up a pace a bit forward looking into other important elements that build up the family of politics. I believe that now we …

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Are Muslim Preachers Allowed to Insult Other Faiths?

This piece of advice goes to Muslim brothers who are doing a tremendous job propagating Islam through comparative debate between Islam and Christianity. There are some essential issues that should be addressed here with maximum care and conscious when carrying out this noble work that I would like to share …

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