Health | Queensland Muslim Times

By: Queensland Muslim Times  09-Dec-2011
Keywords: Health Professionals

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by Nada Makhlouf What are two things that I can change in my kitchen pantry today that will move me significantly closer to good health? Two words – salt and sugar! The reason why health professionals are always on our backs about dramatically cutting down on these two things, has a lot more to do [..]

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09-Dec-2011

Local | Queensland Muslim Times

Crescents of Brisbane president, Dr Mustafa Ally stated the aim of the event was to create “greater awareness of the kinds of support that are available to the Muslim community. The Muslim Services Expo and Forum, a Crescents of Brisbane initiative, was held on Saturday 9th of April at the Riverside Receptions in New Farm. The Governor- General commended IWAQ for their work in the community and said” in serving.


09-Dec-2011

Islam | Queensland Muslim Times

Written by AbuIsmaeel Aslam Hussain* Note: The second last paragraph of this article has been revised & altered from the initial article; Revised in early 2004 An interesting issue has been raised. Some Muslim scholars of Tafsir in the past did speculate that the earth is flat and not spherical. By QMT Guest Writer Have you ever heard the question or maybe even asked yourself.


09-Dec-2011

National | Queensland Muslim Times

A study conducted by Griffith University academic Dr Halim Rane published in the latest issue of the Journal of Sociology sheds new light on Islam-West relations and the adaptability of Muslims to Western societies. It is modelled after a similar and well established group in Victoria which brings together Lawyers and Law students for networking opportunities as well as promoting access to and understanding of the law.


09-Dec-2011

Kids | Queensland Muslim Times

Muslims have been taught to greet each other with the words ‘As-Salaamu-’Alaikum’ which means ‘Peace be upon you all’”. The purpose of the Salaam is to ask for Allah’s peace and blessings for each other. You might have heard someone saying” Asalamu Aleikum Wa Rahmatillahi. Exchanging the Salaam increases love and friendship among Muslims.


09-Dec-2011

World | Queensland Muslim Times

MBN Directors Shoaib Dhedhi, Farouk Adam, Atif Shafi (Vice President), Shaukat Dhedhi, Mohamed Shaheed , Faris Fazalbhoy, Javed Khatree The Muslim Business Network in Queensland held the first of its business and networking meetings for the year on Wednesday 20th April at the Runcorn Function Room in Brisbane.