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Letters to Editors

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.

Wednesday, 18 January 2012 11:48

Attack against Christian religious groups

Attack against Christian religious groupsThe attack against Christian religious groups by ‘Muslims’ in Nigeria and, for that matter, bomb threats in Kenya are not to be seen as condoned by Islam.

Monday, 16 January 2012 13:05

Corruption a way of life in SA: survey

Corruption a way of life in SA: surveyIn the TNS SA survey it is alarming to learn that “eighty-three per cent of metro adults feel that corruption has become a way of life in South Africa.”

Friday, 23 September 2011 07:01

Ruling against Julius Malema

Ruling against Julius MalemaIt seems that many are unhappy at the Equality Court’s ruling against Julius Malema. Hate speech, in whatever form, is not conducive to good race relations in South Africa.

Friday, 23 September 2011 07:01

What’s the deal with Malema?

What’s the deal with Malema?Does he and his supporters not understand when ‘no’ is ‘no’? Get a wake-up call. We are in a democracy! So why must we still have a ‘resistance song?’

Court orders must be strictly enforced and obeyed“Court orders must be strictly enforced and obeyed,” said Judge Collin Lamont after a ruling which outlawed Malema’s singing the words awudubul’ ibhunu and dubula amabhunu baya reypha.

Monday, 05 September 2011 12:20

Muslim pupils wearing Hats

It is indeed a sensible situation that “Muslim pupils from a Shallcross school have won the right to wear religious headgear.” (Sunday Tribune, 28 August 2011)

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