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Make your Deen Green: Muslim Couples Required to Plant Trees Before Marriage


Imagine if every country in the world took eco-progressive steps like these, which are easy to implement, and revive a sunnah. The couple could make the trees symbols of their love, taking care of them as they nurture their new relationship. Sharing their love with the earth. Read More »

Make your Deen Green: Illinois House passes Green Ramadan resolution

On June 1, the Illinois House passed the Green Ramadan resolution allowing the ninth month of the Islamic calendar as a “Green Month” for all faith communities in Illinois. “It is a great day for people of faith and for Illinois's Muslim. Illinois is the first state in the nation that recognizes the month of Ramadan, the month of fasting ... Read More »

Make Your Deen Green: Pies to petrol biofuels scheme launched | Edie.net

Pies into fuel

As Muslims we are instructed not to waste food and edibles. In today's world of consumerism, food is often wasted tremendously in fast food restaurants when it gets cold, in bakeries and super markets all over when the expiry is passed. This initiative is a wonderful way to reuse this "waste" and make something useful from it. Pies to petrol biofuels scheme launched Read More »

Make your Deen Green: Muslims and their Responsibility to the Environment

Somewhere inside us we have that ability to live up to the lofty maqam of a khalifah. Look at the example of Prophet Muhammad, he slept on the ground close to the earth on a bed made of palm leaves, wrapped in his shawl. He sat on the floor to eat simple, wholesome food. He repaired his shoes and urged us to wear out our clothes until they had patches on them. Read More »

Daily Mail: ‘Follow the Islamic way to save the world,’ Prince Charles urges environmentalists

Prince Charles yesterday urged the world to follow Islamic 'spiritual principles' in order to protect the environment. In an hour-long speech, the heir to the throne argued that man's destruction of the world was contrary to the scriptures of all religions – but particularly those of Islam. He said the current 'division' between man and nature had been caused not ... Read More »

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