Published on Aug 12, 2012 by AlkautharInstitute : Brother Chris called in to The Charity Show today at 2:50am to donate towards Burma Emergency Appeal and accepted Islam with brother Farouk and Jawad LIVE on RAMADAN TV.
Allahu Akbar !! May Allah bless the whole Ramadan TV team ameen.
Published on Sep 22, 2012 by PressTVGlobalNews : French Muslims have expressed their outrage over the publication of inflammatory cartoons insulting Islam's most revered figure, Prophet Mohammad (PBUH).
The French Muslim Council (CFCM), the main Islamic body in France, on Wednesday accused satirical Parisian weekly Charlie Hebdo of firing up anti-Muslim sentiments at a sensitive time.
The publication of crude caricatures of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) comes amid widespread outrage over a US-made film that insults Islam's holiest figure, and has sparked days of protests in the Arab world, Africa, Asia and some Western countries.
Press TV has conducted an interview with Political Analyst Hanin Salem from London to more elaborate on the issue.
This British policewoman entered in Islam and insisted on wearing her hijab at work. She is the first British policewoman wearing a hijab during work, the beautiful in the subject that the authorities did not intervene in the matter and left the police.
Fatma Nabil becomes first veiled TV anchor in history of Egyptian state television after information minister overturns ban
State TV's first TV news anchor Fatma Nabil
A veiled woman, Fatma Nabil, anchored a news programme on Egyptian state television for the first time on Saturday.
Hosni Mubarak's former information minister Safwat El-Sherif, who is currently facing corruption charges, banned veiled anchors from appearing on state TV in 2002. Prior to that time, Egyptian news anchors were unveiled.
The rule change was made under the auspices of new Information Minister Salah Abdel-Maqsoud, a member of the Muslim Brotherhood.
Veiled women Nermine Bitar and Sarah El-Shinnawy were also given permission to appear on state television.
Fatma Nabil has been presenting a show on Masr 25, the Muslim Brotherhood's TV channel, for several months.