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Talking to your children about sexual abuse

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The horrific news about 7 year old Zainab, raped and murdered in Kasur, Pakistan, has created a public outcry across Pakistan and beyond.

I hope and pray the monster who did this gets what he deserves and Zainab and her family receive justice.

If there's one thing we can all do after this tragic incident is to talk to our children about sexual abuse and it's signs.

The idea of talking to your kid about sexual abuse probably seems worse than even talking to them about sex. But talking to them about sexual abuse is probably one of the most important discussions you will ever have with them.

Lets Talk Show 2017

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Salaam 

 

**THE LET'S TALK SHOW IS BACK!**

 

The Let's Talk show is back on Radio Ramadan Oldham. Bringing you lively debate and discussion every night of Ramadan at 12.30 am. 

 

Tune in on 87.7FM

ONLINE: http://oldhamramadanradio.co.uk/

 

Our first few shows:

Tonight

Issues and challenges facing the Muslim Community today with Zahid Maqbul and Nasim Ashraf

Tuesday

Islam - what's it all about? with Shaykh Bilal Brown

Wednesday

Ramadan Show with Shaykh Waseem Ahmed

Thursday

Everything you need to know about Zakat with Shaykh Mohammad Iqbal

 

Let's Talk show - Schedule

Salaam,

Tune inevery night at 12:30am to the Let's Talk Show on Radion Ramadan Oldham on 87.9FM or listen live at http://www.radiomac.org.

Tonight's show: What is Islam?
Guest: Shaykh Bilal Brown

Saturday: Everything you need to know about Ramadan
Guest:Shaykh Haroon Hanif

Sunday: Zakat Q & A
Guest: Shaykh Haroon Hanif.

Monday: Where should we pay zakaah?
Guest: Brother Naseem

Tuesday: Islamic Education
Guest: Brother Qari Bilal & Brother Safi

The Revival Matrimonial Service

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As Editor of The Revival Magazine over the last decade or so one issue that pops up more than any other is that of marriage. When a young Muslim in his mid 20's or early 30's wants to get married here he/she comes across many problems and obstcales. They don't wanna get married 'back home' or to their cousin and don't want to enter the dating scene- so what do they do?

Muslim matrimonial events or better known as 'halal' speed dating or even finding 'the one' online doesn't work for most and creates more problems.

So to avoid being forced in to marriage and marrying someone against their wishes what options do they have?

Mosques speak out against Grooming - about time!

Grooming of young girls is a crime against humanity and as Muslims, especially leaders of the community , should definitely speak out against it. As the Prophet mentioned when you see an evil you should stop it with your hands, speak out against it with your tongue or at least deny it in your heart as this is the weakest of Imaan. Especially when perperators seem to be some Muslims across the country- the Muslim community has been trying to hide this issue under the carpet.

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