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#16 [Permalink] Posted on 6th July 2015 10:14
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#17 [Permalink] Posted on 6th July 2015 20:55
JazakAllah. Who was the other brother asking questions?
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#18 [Permalink] Posted on 7th July 2015 03:47
Mashallah fantastic interview and jazakallah for asking my question.
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#19 [Permalink] Posted on 7th July 2015 10:48
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Initially it was me and another young hotshot maulana (name withheld) who is mashallah very ilmi. Thereafter towards the end another young maulana joined us who is famous for his ilm and piety from his student days in Daruloom Bury.
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#20 [Permalink] Posted on 7th July 2015 10:48
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We are in the process of transcribing and editing it inshallah as there are important points that were made which need to be translated for the English speaking audience.
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#21 [Permalink] Posted on 7th July 2015 11:33

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Some more questions...

  1. Reverts and Non-Urdu speakers say that they feel alienated in Deobandi Masajid and Institutes with emphasis on Urdu. We are losing a lot of Muslims to Mosques of other groups simply because they conduct their programs in English. I am not talking about visiting Ulama such as yourself but lack of English translation or sub-standard translations or lack of emphasis on conveying Islam in a language which people understand; what are your comments? This is a very serious and urgent issue in United Kingdom!
  2. Deobandi Masajid traditionally have been reluctant to setup prayer facilities for women. As a result other groups readily cater for women and many Sisters end up attending the programs of those who are not propagating Haqq simply due to the facilities being there. Is this a wise move on part of the Ulama and Mosque committees? This is a very serious and urgent issue in United Kingdom!
  3. Deobandi Masajid and Institutes also lack Islamic programs for women. The best in UK is “Tableeghi Taleem” which in many communities is still conducted in Urdu, a language which many of your daughters are unfamiliar with. Even if they are familiar the feedback is that they get bored listening to the same thing over and over again! There is no progression no other text and no other mode of Islamic education. The net result is that our Sisters have no choice but to attend programs of others and this is happening in vast numbers in most cities across United Kingdom barring some traditionally Deobandi cities like Leicester, Dewsbury etc. If you had time we can give you statistics and evidence to back up the attendance figures of Non-Deobandi institutes and many of these institutes have Deobandi Sisters as volunteers. Why? Because they are being involved and made to feel welcome…
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#22 [Permalink] Posted on 14th April 2022 05:33
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Salaam,
Do you have this recording
Could you please reshare as the link no longer exists
Jazakallah khair
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