Brill supports early-career scholars with the new Middle East and Islamic Studies Early-Career Paper Prize. To encourage and support early-career scholars seeking to publish in leading academic journals, Brill is awarding an annual prize for an outstanding article in the field of Middle East and Islamic Studies. Brill’s Middle East and Islamic Studies Early-Career Paper Prize is made…
Our mission is to teach Arabic to people who really want to invest the time and effort to learn it, while our main goal remains to spread love for our Holy Quraan to every Muslim who is interested in understanding, reading it with Tajweed, or memorizing it by heart.
Nour Academy is an online community for teaching Quran, Tajweed and Arabic to Non-Arabic-Speaking Muslims around the world. We also offer highly flexible one-on-one Quran memorization classes through Skype. Keep an eye out for our free community events such as live chats with our teachers, open discussions and Volunteer meetings!
a. Female teachers available for Female students
b. Create your learning schedule with infinite flexibility
c. Fees are $25/ 8 Sessions / month
The student is encouraged to speak in the virtual classroom, while the instructors give the necessary lesson information, explanations and feedback.
Quraan students will only be charged at a symbolic fee to ensure enthusiasm and dedication, as Nour Academy is not-for-profit organization. Proceeds from Quraan education will cover basic operational costs, and the remaining will be recycled in the form of scholarships, discounts for less wealthy Muslims, and other forms of promotion for Quraan worldwide.
Polish Muslim comunity in Media
http://www.academia.edu/1152035/Mosques_in_Poland._Past_and_present “There are three purpose built mosques in Poland, with another mosque currently under construction. However, many more buildings of this kind existed in Poland in the past, owing to the traditionally tolerant laws for religious minorities, including the Muslim faith. During the first half of the 20th century, however, there were cases when it…
http://www.planetaislam.com/poland/report.html 1. Brief history of Islam in the country. Over 600 years ago the Tatars fled from their homelands at a time when they were engaged in civil wars. They moved west and settled in Lithuania, which was part of the Polish empire subjected to the Polish king. Enlisted into military service they were rewarded…
http://www.krakowpost.com/article/2587 Experts on Islam and Muslim activists came together for a panel at the Joseph Tischner European University in Krakow in July to share personal stories of the Muslim experience in Poland, and how it is changing with the influence of the Arab Spring. “Muslims should feel as comfortable in Poland as they do in…