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Muslim Aid Blog

  • New Year's Resolutions: A Different Perspective

    29th December, 2018

    With every New Year comes the opportunity of a fresh start, a new beginning - transformations to be made; resolutions to be kept; poor habits to be changed. Some of the most popular…

  • Facts about Homelessness

    28th December, 2018

      Here at Muslim Aid, we work hard to help humanity, no matter what people's individual circumstances. Helping to reduce the amount of homelessness in the UK is part of what we do,…

  • Sharing is Caring

    27th December, 2018

    To put it simply, Islam encourages unity and equality among all individuals, regardless of age, colour, gender or social status. Take the annual pilgrimage of Hajj, for example; the ihram…

  • Taken for granted

    27th December, 2018

    Taken for Granted Homelessness is a big issue all year round, but it is particularly problematic during the winter. No-one wants to be on the streets at any time of year, but during…

  • Boxing Day Tsunami 2004 Reflections

    Boxing Day Tsunami 2004 Reflections

    25th December, 2018

    At 7:58 in the morning of December 26, 2004 the third largest and longest earthquake ever recorded, unleashed a force 1,500 times greater than the atomic bomb that levelled Hiroshima. Fifteen…

  • Syria Appeal – Donate Now

    23rd December, 2018

      For many years now, Syria has been more commonly thought of as a battleground as opposed to a country where families are living and hoping for the best for their children. The cold,…

  • What Is Life Like For The Rohingya Left Behind In Myanmar?

    What Is Life Like For The Rohingya Left Behind In Myanmar?

    6th September, 2018

    One year on from the Rohingya crisis, Kawsar Zaman visits Myanmar to witness life for the Rohingya children left behind.   This Saturday 25 August marks 1 year on from the start…

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    The Importance of Qurbani

    31st July, 2018

    As a parent, it is a lifelong duty to ensure your family is resilient and united. The leadership role that you play is important to teach and help children understand significant values of…

  • Frequently Asked Questions

    23rd July, 2018

    Q. What is Qurbani? Qurbani is the act of offering a sacrifice on Eid-al-Adha. It commemorates the supreme sacrifice offered by the Prophet Ibrahim (AS) to show his total submission and…

  • Eid Ul Adha 2018

    23rd July, 2018

    Eid Ul Adha is a very joyous occasion for Muslims. It marks the conclusion of the Hajj pilgrimage and signals the beginning of the ritual of Udhiya also known as Qurbani. Muslims around the…