TEENAGERS at a Forest Gate-based Islamic centre have created an on-line educational forum to help tackle extremism among Muslim university students. The site - Seekersonline.net - "aims to address the latest issues facing Muslim students and general society today, including the threat from radical extremists," said Tahseen Khalid.

Shaykh-ul-Islam Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri has always promoted women rights and encouraged husbands to help, assist, support and love her and also give her equal rights. The following clips explains MQIs view on women rights from hubands.

Mohammed Tahir ul-Qadri launches 'intellectual war' on terrorism with sermons on peace and tolerance Mohammed Tahir ul-Qadri is on the phone, talking about war, but he is not referring to guns. "I don't know how to use a pistol," admits the Pakistani-born Islamic scholar, who is in Birmingham, England, at the moment, though he spends roughly 10 months a year in Canada, his adopted home for the past several years. "If you put a pistol in my hand, I wouldn't know how to use it." The 58-year-old spiritual leader does know how to use words and ideas, however, and he is recruiting them both in the cause of peace.

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