‘Civic Leadership’ focuses on the non-theological roles of Imams and Islamic Leaders. This section of the portal is concerned with promoting the importance of Leadership and highlighting foresighted approaches when engaging on the needs of the wider community by understanding the social issues that the faith and no faith communities face. Aside from Islamic teaching, we hope to show how Imams and Islamic Leaders are actively promoting cohesion and integration within their communities and are acting to build bridges, heal social divisions, address local economic, environmental and social challenges as well as removing misconceptions about Islam displayed in certain sections of the media and advocated by hate groups.
Imam Qasim Ahmed in Pakistan Imam Qasim Rashid Ahmad is the Founder and Director of Al-Khair, presented over 800 programmes on various TV Channels…Read More
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Understanding and Countering Islamophobia by Shaikh Baqir Berry – Islamic Insights Islamophobia is a term that describes the warped feelings some people have and…Read More
PROVIDING ASSISTANCE TO THE YOUTH AND WOMEN By Iqra Rahim-Babar An Imam or a leader is the most obvious point of contact for anyone…Read More
Muslim Women and their Health By Sarah Jukaku As Muslims we know that modesty, both outward and inward, is an important part of our…Read More
An Imam’s Guide to deal with domestic violence By Abdul Malik While in Muslim countries, the role of a Masjid’s Imam may be mostly…Read More
Key Tips for Imams What Should Imams do? Administer religious rites or ordinances. Pray and promote spirituality. Prepare and deliver sermons or other talks….Read More