The Islamopedia blog has been on the web and blogosphere for many years now. Since its beginnings in 2007 it has published hundreds of daily Hadiths, posted links to articles and websites, advertised events, published notes from talks and served (we hope) to increase the knowledge of its author and readers.
Through this blog we have developed a dedicated band of followers on emails, twitter and facebook who benefit from our posts regularly and we hope to continue increasing our reach via these mediums.
The primary aim of the blog has always been to share the ‘Hadith of the Day’ posts and this will remain the prime objective. We will also continue to share other beneficial material that we think will be useful to our readers.
We are also happy to publish articles and works by other authors. If you would like to publish something that you have produced then please get in touch with us.
Jashim Ali is the founder and principal author of the blog. He is a Project Manager by profession working in the Housing Association sector in the UK. The following article from the Guardian gives a little background into his field of work:
Although he has had no fomal training or qualifications in Islamic Education he has benefited from the talks and classes of many teachers and scholars including but not limited to Shaykh Hamza Yusuf (online and via CDs & tapes), Shaykh Abdur-Rahman ibn Yusuf Mangera, Shaykh Haitham Tamim, Shaykh Akram Nadwi, Shaykh Abul Hasan Hussain Ahmed and Shaykh Abdul Qayyum.
He currently sits on the board of No Boundaries which is a grassroots organisation working with the youth in the Shoreditch area. He also runs the Wednesday Circle which is an Islamic Circle for young children.