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Discriminatory anti terror laws?

Muslim News, Friday 26th October 2007

In the wake of the conviction of the ‘Cambridge letter bomber’ last month, The Muslim News set out to find why, unlike numerous cases involving Muslims, Miles Cooper who had – searched the internet, amassed explosives and successfully activated bombs to make a political point – was not arrested nor charged under the new terror legislation.
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You and Your Youth

Date: Saturday 20th October 2007
Time: 1.30 pm – 10.30 pm
Venue: Second City Suite, 371 Oldham Road, Miles Platting, Manchester, M40 8EA

Purpose Of Life Trust & Muslim Youth Foundation Present:

You and Your Youth

The purpose of this event is to encourage young people to tackle the issues they face by allowing them to address their challenges, offering guidance and suggesting possible solutions. The event will provide young people with the confidence to face everyday challenges, give practical solutions and provide them with the
tools of integration and becoming a constructive member of the society. This will include beneficial advice, providing resources and services relating to youth in a relaxed, friendly environment.

We intend to achieve this by working together with youth related organisations on a national basis that share similar aims and objectives.

All are welcome.

For more information please contact:
Tel: 0114 273 7773
E-mail: info@purposetv.tv

Introductory & Intermediate Arabic Language Courses (Manchester)

Date: Tuesday 23rd October 2007
Time: Tuesdays, 8.00 pm – 10.00 pm
Venue: Altrincham Muslim Association & Mosque, Grove Lane, Hale, Altrincham, Cheshire, WA15 8JG

Introductory & Intermediate Arabic Language Courses (Manchester)

Most people need to know Arabic primarily to understand the Qur’an. The MELS Quranic Arabic Course is an attempt to meet this crucial and pressing need. The aim is to enable people to understand, quickly and accurately, much of what they read in the Qur’an.

Based on popular course material ‘Access to Quranic Arabic’ by Ustadh AbdulWahid Hamid, this course covers the following:

* Basic grammar and structure of Arabic using Qur’anic words, phrases and sentences
* Memorisation of vocabulary, based primarily on words used repeatedly in the Qur’an (over 100 times)
* Workbook exercises based on the core text which give much added practice in grammar, structure and meaning
* The Selections Textbook covered in the course has passages that feature the select vocabulary and illustrate points of grammar and structure covered in the textbook

Two levels are offered – Introductory Quranic Arabic and Intermediate Advanced Quranic Arabic.

All welcome.

For more details please contact Dr Riza Mohammad on 07939 919 872.