I had a strange dream

I had a strange dream?

I woke up one morning after a strange dream. I dreamt that I was walking in the countryside up a gentle hill and on reaching the top. I found that I was looking down on to a grassy meadow.

In the meadow I saw three men who appeared to be walking round in circles, I could tell that they had been doing this for some time, as the grass was flattened and bare soil was to be seen places. Every time one of the men came close to another man who was also walking round in a circle, they seemed to be shouting at each other and waving their arms and fists? A rather strange sight to behold.

Persecuted and Forgotten?

Persecuted and Forgotten?

No I am not talking about Muslims who feel hard done by? I am talking about Christians.

Christians – already the world's most persecuted faith – are suffering worse persecution, violence and intimidation.

The above is a link to the full article, plus I ask you to watch the video [only 4 mins] and still say it is only Muslims who are suffering.

A Pakistani Christian woman as been on Death row for five years.

A Pakistani Christian woman as been on Death row for five years.

A Pakistani Christian woman Asia Bibi, as been on death row for the past five years for Blasphemy charges.

“The Christian mother of five had been on death row since 2010 after being accused of blasphemy during a dispute over drinking water concerning a fellow factory worker. The death penalty was upheld last October by the Lahore High Court but yesterday the Supreme Court suspended the sentence until the end of the appeal process.”

Persecution of Pakistan's Christians by fanatical Islam

Persecution of Pakistan's Christians by fanatical Islam is a betrayal of Jinnah and founding fathers

The following is a summary of an article by Bishop Michael Nazirili, who just happens to originate from Pakistan and was a Bishop in Lahore before coming to the UK. He was the Bishop of Rochester before retiring .

  A link to his site.

The persecution of Pakistani Christians in Pakistan. Christians represent 2% of the population of Pakistan. They are treated as second class citizens.

The Revival’s Guide to Ramadhan

The Revival Team

What is Ramadhan?

Ramadhan is the ninth month in the Islamic calendar. During this month which is either 29 or 30 days, Muslims all over the world fast by abstaining from food and water from dawn until the sun sets.

Ramadhan is a blessed month in which the Holy Quran was first sent down as a guide to mankind with clear signs for guidance and judgement between right and wrong. It is also a time when the gates of Paradise are opened, the gates of Hell-Fire are closed and the devils are chained up.

Why do Muslims fast in Ramadhan?

Fasting in the month of Ramadhan has been prescribed by Allah Almighty and is one of the five pillars of Islam. Muslims fast to show their submission, commitment and worship to their Lord.  

The Truth About Being A Single Muslim Mother

By Misbah Akhtar

The issue of single Muslim mothers is fast becoming a prevalent one; with divorce on the rise it seems only logical that some of these statistics would also apply to Muslim households.

Why then are they not revered as they deserve to be and instead looked down upon and scorned by many communities?  Is it really seen as so contagious that girls from ‘respectable’ families should stay away from these women in case they too, catch it? 

Crimes In The Name Of God

Mark Goodrem

My views on the Woolwich atrocity are exactly the same as the vast majority of the UK population - they are that of utter shock and disgust.  The thought that in this day and age people are STILL carrying out these crimes in the name of religion and their “God” is just beyond belief and to this day I still refuse to believe that any religion would sanction this.

I personally believe that this is used as an excuse in today’s society and a way of trying to justify what has been done and what people plan to do. I challenge anyone to read any religious scriptures and highlight where in those pages, it tells you to carry out these crimes in the name of God.

Q. Some people say women are not allowed to work? Is that true?

By Shaykh Muhammad Salim Ghisa


In the name of Allah the Most Beneficent and Merciful.

Allah has defined roles for men and women by looking at their strengths and weaknesses and assigning them with certain responsibilities. However, there is no where in the Shariah where there is a point blank refusal for women to work or for men not to do the household chores.
Both these duties are permissible and sometimes recommended depending on each of the situations.