The Quran and Sunnah include texts that protect people from disease and crises. Religious obligations are removed or lessened when they cause greater harm; this applies to stopping Friday and congregational prayers due to the Coronavirus Outbreak.
The Muslim conditions in Jammu and Kashmir became extremely dangerous after the Coronavirus spread among them. India imposed a military siege that hindered relief efforts to deal with the situation, which prompted Pakistan to demand lifting the siege to save lives.
Sawt Al-Hikma Launches a Campaign to Collect Signatures for the United Nations to Adopt the International Solidarity Day Against IslamophobiaWriter Posts
Official statistics issued by international organizations has revealed the frightening development of the Islamophobia phenomenon worldwide, especially in countries with Muslim minorities. The anti-Muslim attacks and sentiments have increased, and they pose an imminent threat to the lives of many members of these minorities. The Sawt Al-Hikma Center, affiliated with the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, recognizes the seriousness of this phenomenon and the necessity of an international action to address it. For this reason, they decided to launch a global campaign to collect electronic signatures to raise international public awareness and to ask the United Nations organization to adopt March ... Read More
A report by The Independent newspaper revealed that the number of Muslims who decided to emigrate from England recently increased due to the rise in religious hate crimes. They were forced to leave their homeland to feel safe while practicing their religion.
A professor of pulmonology at Al-Azhar University, Dr. Taha Bakri, said that Wudu (ablution) plays an important role in preventing diseases, particularly the Coronavirus. The practice of repeatedly washing five times a day protects people against microbes.
A recent study issued by the Union of Islamic Communities of Spain revealed that the number of Muslims exceeded the threshold of two million for the first time. It reached 2.1 million Muslims by the end of 2019, 48% of whom hold the Spanish nationality.
The Interior Ministry in Germany announced the formation of an "independent expert group on Islamophobia" to combat the phenomenon and prevent the marginalization of Muslims and their persecution by supporters of the Far Right.