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Hajj is an Islamic responsibility that is performed by Muslims from all over the world. Hajj is just one time in a year, but Umrah can be performed anytime in the year. In Islam, it is announced that if anyone has sufficient money to perform Hajj, should spend and execute this religious ceremonial at least once in life. Hajj gives beneficial food for a Muslim’s soul.
Education has been a hot topic in the media recently. The question of what should be taught when has been a major concern since the effectiveness of some parents in Birmingham who opposed the changes that are to be brought into the Relationship and Sexual Education (RSE) curriculum, which includes normalising alternative or non-binary family structures.
One of the major arguments arguments brought in support of the change is that children will be taught what exists in the real world, so they will be better prepared. The argument goes that homosexuality exists, is real and many children will have parents that are homosexual, so the children need to be taught about it in order to prevent discrimination.
From a blog that I follow, now and again he comes out with an essay well worthy of being seen by a wider audience. This I believe is one of those, I have Reblogged it in full, it has some hard hitting, but I believe fair comments.
THE SATURDAY ESSAY: blind belief has nothing to offer clear-sighted government
For those of you that have seen the first two seasons of "Resurrection: Ertugrul" on Netflix and stopped there (instead of watching elsewhere), season 3 has now been added.
For those that haven't seen it, you sould seriously consider watching season 1.
This post is a bit behind the trends because most people went crazy on the show last year, but season 3 has only just now been made available on Netflix.
It follows the story of Ertugrul, the son of Suleyman Shah and Osman, the father of the Ottoman empire and covers an area of Muslim hstory that many people have not read too much about. It is a dramatisation, but unlike most Turkish television, it is not ashamed about muslim heritage and is proudly sharing its story.
Recently Venezuela has hit it big in the media. It is currently experiencing financial hardship leaving many people without food, it has a president with an authoritarian streak and the opposition leader has sworn an oath of presidency saying he is the legitimate president.
Quite a bit going on there.
Are people in Venezuela starving and in need of help?
Yes. The local currency has crashed.
Venezuela has the typical problem of a former colonialist state - its economy had been rigged to provide for the needs of the coloniser. Unlike a self sufficient state, it had to historically rely upon importing its needs, while exporting its main product. Historically this was coffee. These days it is oil.
There as been many comments in the media; ref Shamima Begum the young girl who went to Syria in support of ISIS/DAESH. Whether or not she should b] Allowed to come back. Or b] leave her where she is and revoke her British citizenship.
I was going to make a comment but I came across an article on Off Guardian that gives a good summing up of the problem. This and the subsequent comments are worthy of a read.
George and the ‘ISIS Bride’ Shamima Begum
Over the past couple of weeks there has been mass media attention to the case of Shamima Begum, who along with a couple of friends left to join ISIS in 2014.
At the time she was a 15 year old and is now 19. In that time she has talked about two of her children being killed and has recently given birth to a third.
The whole topic has brought up a lot of emotion, mostly because it seems Sajid Javid, the home secretary decided to make it into a political power play, just like he did his canceled holiday over Christmas to deal with the UK being swamped with about 10 migrants.