Monday, 20 May 2019
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‘Halal Pork’ company apologises, blames printer error

It was a mistake. We have withdrawn products – Owner Yesterday, the Nigerian Muslim community woke up to a rude shock, following viral social media images of packaged pork meat supposedly for public consumption, with a symbol authenticating same as Halal (lawful) for Muslims. The picture of the packaged “Halal pork”, one of the products […]

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‘Halal Pork’ company apologises, blames printer error

It was a mistake. We have withdrawn products – Owner Yesterday, the Nigerian Muslim community woke up to a rude shock, following viral social media images of packaged pork meat supposedly for public consumption, with a symbol authenticating same as Halal (lawful) for Muslims. The picture of the packaged “halal pork”, one of the products […]

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Ramadan Guide Day 12: Roles of Wives in Ramadan By Femi Abbas

Perhaps, in no other month of Hijrah calendar is the role of Muslim women (especially wives) more pronounced than in Ramadan. Like in other months, they display the roles of wives, mothers as well as that of their husband’s confidants. But more than in other months, they mostly exhibit their spiritual dedication in Ramadan. In […]

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MSSNLagos to feed 5000 Muslims at ‘Mother of all Iftars’

The much awaited annual programme of the Muslim Students’ Society of Nigeria (MSSN), Lagos State Area Unit, tagged “Iftar 5000”, will hold tomorrow, Thursday, May 16, and organisers say no fewer than five thousand Muslim faithful are expected to attend the Iftar, which is billed to be one of the biggest gatherings in the month […]

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Muslim News Fact-Check: Is the first part of Ramadan mercy, second forgiveness and third safety from hell?

The popular saying among Muslims that the first part of Ramadan is mercy, second is forgiveness and the third is emancipation from hell has no strong jurisprudential backing, Muslim News investigations have revealed. What is however evident, according to authentic narrations, is that all nights and days of Ramadan are of Rahmah (mercy), Maghfirah (forgiveness) […]

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10 influential Igbo Muslims from South-East Nigeria

An overwhelming number of netizens, including renowned security expert and author, Ambassador Abayomi Nurain Mumuni, participated in the Muslim News Ramadan Quiz which was conducted yesterday on all our social media handles. As part of the series celebrating the Ndigbo Muslims in the blessed month of Ramadan, we asked for the names of five prominent […]

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Ndigbo Muslims: The Neglected Minority in South-East Nigeria

By Rasheed Abubakar The Muslims in Ibo (or Igbo) land might be in the minority, but we at Muslim News Nigeria use the occasion of this Ramadan to rejoice with them and thank Allah for guiding them to Islam, the pure monotheistic religion of their forefather, Prophet Ibrahim (Abraham). Historically, the reversions of the Igbos […]

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Ramadan Guide Day 8: The Tafsir Question By Femi Abbas

It is understandable that most of the Tafsir books available in the world today are in Arabic language. The language of the revelation of the Qur’an is Arabic. Most of the companions of Prophet Muhammad (SAW) who interacted closely with him and were privileged to deeply understand the interpretation of the Qur’an were Arabs. Arabic […]

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