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Dynamic pages with information about how Islam is being portrayed in the Media

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Mid West Book Review - Muhammad: His Character and ConductTopic: Islam in the Media
Wisconsin Bookwatch Volume 9, Number 5 May 2014 Review on Muhammad: His Character and Conduct By Adil Salahi http://midwestbookreview.com/wbw/may_14.htm The Islamic Studies ShelfMuhammad: His Character and Conduct Adil Salahi The Islamic Foundation c/o Kube Publishi...
Published: Thursday 15 May, 2014
Islam on UK TV & RadioTopic: Islam in the Media
Dynamic list of TV & Radio programmes where Islam or Muslims are mentioned in UK listings including most satelite channels
Published: Monday 18 April, 2011
The 'First true scientist': Science and Islam on BBC FourTopic: Islam in the Media
The 'first true scientist' Professor Jim Al-Khalili presents Science and Islam on BBC Four at 2100GMT on Monday 5, 12 & 19 January By Professor Jim Al-Khalili University of Surrey Isaac Newton is, as most will agree, the greatest physicist of all time. At the very l...
Published: Monday 05 January, 2009
Islam in the NewsTopic: Islam in the Media
Dynamic listing of News headlines and summaries from the international press mentioning Islam.
Published: Monday 24 May, 2004
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Ibn Al-Jawzi is reported to have said: 'Whoever does not read the stories of the Salaf (righteous people of the past) and the path that they tread, he can never tread that path. It is befitting for a person to know and understand that the nature of an individual (character) is like that of a thief. If a person only lives with the people of his time, his nature will steal from them and will become similar to their nature. But if he reads the lives of the Salaf, his nature will become like theirs and he will learn from their character'.       Talbis Iblee