The Media Desk contributes local, national and international news articles for the website and also focuses on news content of the Muslim world. etters commenting on broad issues are also regularly sent to the editors of newspapers Below are a few letters which were sent by the Media Desk and published in newspapers. Bias and negative reporting against Islam has become a very real phenomenon in the media, especially in the international press.
The Darul Ihsan Media Desk primarily monitors the media for Islamaphobic (anti-Islamic) comments and anti-Islamic sentiments made in the mainstream media and interacts positively with media portals conveying the Islamic perspective.
Darul Ihsan Centre extends its heartfelt condolences to the family, friends, colleagues and the South African government on the tragic and untimely deaths of Public Service Minister Collins Chabane and his two bodyguards - Sergeant Lesiba Sekele and Sergeant Lawrence Lentsoane.
The article ‘Shootings put bias against US Muslims in spotlight,’ The Mercury, Tuesday, 17 February 2015 refers.
The Palestine solidarity and human rights organisation BDS South Africa met earlier today with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas at the Johnny Makhathini Diplomatic Guesthouse in Pretoria/Tshwane.
Jewish tradition prefers to promote discussion rather than unquestioning acceptance. Discussion and debate is usually regarded as a Jewish intellectual pursuit. The Jewish religion is studied in pairs or in groups, where people respectfully debate with each other, thus learning and developing an understanding of the texts and parables. This is our Jewish tradition, of which we are normally very proud.
Marriage education has become an imperative part of marriage as couples and newlyweds continue to face testing challenges in their bid to live a trouble-free marriage.
Boko Haram's mass abduction of the girls has sparked international disgust and anger.
Just a few days after the shocking bus accident in which 8 young Zulu maidens and two minders lost their lives we are faced with the horrific accident at Field’s Hill which claimed the lives of at least 22 people, with many critically injured.
It is unacceptable that communities have to take to the streets to voice concern over motorists who speed through their neighbourhoods. The lives of all residents, especially children, are at constant risk and at the mercy of speeding cars.