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(Kerala) An attempt to counter growing incidents of communal intolerance: Samastha Kerala Sunni Students Federation (SKSSF) launching a campaign ‘Together We Live, Protect Harmony’

By WordForPece.com In an attempt to counter growing incidents of communal intolerance, the Samastha Kerala Sunni Students Federation (SKSSF) has decided to launch a campaign called ‘Together We Live, Protect Harmony’ across Kerala. The campaign features an array of programmes ranging from social campaign to household visits.Basheer Faizy Deshamangalam holding interaction at Yogini Matha Math at Thriprayar in Thrissur. “It’s …

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A Life of Service: Role of Proper Parenting

Role of Proper Parenting

By Mohammed Farooq When you lead a life that is pleasing to God, you are fulfilling the purpose of human life. How can you please God? By serving and bringing joy to God’s creatures—fellow human beings as well as all other co-creatures—who are suffering in different ways. Through pleasing God by bringing joy to those in need, you experience great …

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Jewish-Hindu musician sings about Allah in new album for children

Musician Ben Lee in 2009

By Kimberly Winston Musician Ben Lee in 2009. Photo courtesy of Creative Commons/Guido van Nispen (RNS) Here’s a great idea for an album: Get an Australian-born, Jewish-raised, Hindu singer-songwriter with a penchant for banana yellow suits and essential oils and have him sing songs about Islam for kids. And here it is — “Ben Lee Sings Songs About Islam for the …

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Muslim parents now choosing Christian schools for their children in Britain

Muslim parents now choosing Christian schools for their children in Britain

by News Desk Considering them an attractive option, Muslim parents are now sending their children to Christian schools to prepare them for “life in modern Britain”, said chief education officer at the Church of England. According to Rev Nigel Genders, Muslim families see Christian schools as a great option that allows their children to mix with the wider community from …

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Life Isnt for Time Pass

By Roshan Shah, WordForPeace.com If youve travelled by train in India, you might have seen men walking up and down the aisles of the compartments or along station platforms with baskets slung around their necks, filled with an assortment of homemade goodiesroasted chickpeas, salted horse gram, spiced puffed rice, and the like. Time pass! Time pass! they call out …

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Muslim Kids Behind Peers in Class, Finds HRD Ministry

  NEW DELHI: otwithstanding the impetus on improving education outcomes among Muslim students, around 47 per cent of schools grapple with poor learning outcomes among their Muslim pupils, vis-a-vis 45 per cent in case of non-Muslim students, according to a recent government report. The report revealed that the percentage of school leavers among Muslim students was 4.8 per cent as …

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