Muslims are generally taught many ‘laws’ since childhood – guidelines set by God. Those ‘laws’ are often ethical reminders to guide people in their daily conduct. Muslims in Britain work, marry, take care of their parents and children and confront death and tough questions in life by resorting to particular rules in Sharia. As one [...]
The Muslim Association of Britain doesn’t just take care of the religious needs of the Muslims, but also is actively involved in the Muslim community. Whether that is through issuing official letters to the authorities regarding current issues such as Trojan horse, or through writing articles about present issues such as Islamophobia to educate the community or through organising demonstrations against the Israeli massacre in Palestine. On a community level it also holds weekly circles of religious classes for the Muslim community.