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"Ilé-Kéú and Brutality

"Ilé-Kéú and Brutality

 AS WHOLLY WRITTEN BY Akeem Alao Babatunde:










From time to time, I have observed that it seems Arabic schools established to teach Muslims the Arabic language and Islam, are associated with brutality. Though some learned Muslims have tried to erase the mindset about the hostile lifestyle at Arabic schools.

One thing the Alfas fail to acknowledge is that subjecting students to maltreatment under the guise of instilling discipline has forced and will continue to force millions of vibrant Muslim youth out of Islam to embrace Christianity.

Lamenting canning sessions at Ilé-Kéú, many of them feel comfortable practising Christianity because it dignifies humanity. Millions of Muslims, now pastors, including my relatives, have been lost to Christianity. Shame!

While sharing my ugly experiences at Ilé-Kéú, in my series titled "A Serialisation of the Indelible Memory of Life at Ilé Keu and Life After", I narrated how some of us students escaped similar brutality. When the hostility became unbearable and hopes seemed evaporated, we escaped and wandered in Lagos streets for years.

Even the Hadith of the Prophet sternly warns against brutality, "- عَنْ أَبِي بُرْدَةَ الْأَنْصَارِيِّ : أَنَّهُ سَمِعَ النبيَّ ﷺ يَقُولُ: لَا يُجْلَدُ فَوْقَ عَشَرَةِ أَسْوَاطٍ، إِلَّا فِي حَدٍّ مِنْ حُدُودِ اللَّهِ. مُتَّفَقٌ عَلَيْهِ." “He should not be flogged for more than ten lashes except in one of the limits set by God.”

Islam never supports brutality. And that is why Muslims are usually encouraged to exhibit behaviour that helps promote the peace that Islam represents and preaches. Isn't it ironic a cleric that preaches peace could encourage his students to subject fellow students to brutality. In fact, the converse is truly the case.

Education, they say, illuminates the darkness. When things are going wrong, education comes in to right the wrongs. One of the significant roles western education plays in the life of every Muslim is to guide them in the right direction. This is the reason modern-day Muslims continue to preach that every Muslim gets western education.

I am an advocate of western education for Muslim boys and girls. It is a form of emancipation from the outlandish lifestyles many of them are gladly forced to live.

However, it surpassed my worst expectation that some of us Muslims are defending the brutality meted out to the students in the viral video on social media. They claim erroneously that the punishment was dispensed, following the instructions from the parents. Too bad. What a big mistake!

I am not surprised at all because I had once passed through the same inhuman, hostile system. As if born to suffer, some used to be tethered to a pole and some chained to a spot to prevent them from enjoying the freedom of movement.

In this 21st century, our Ile-keu should stop chasing Muslim children away. They should raise scholars and professionals. Their products causing unrest in society should serve as a deterrent."

 AS WHOLLY WRITTEN BY Akeem Alao Babatunde:










From time to time, I have observed that it seems Arabic schools established to teach Muslims the Arabic language and Islam, are associated with brutality. Though some learned Muslims have tried to erase the mindset about the hostile lifestyle at Arabic schools.

One thing the Alfas fail to acknowledge is that subjecting students to maltreatment under the guise of instilling discipline has forced and will continue to force millions of vibrant Muslim youth out of Islam to embrace Christianity.

Lamenting canning sessions at Ilé-Kéú, many of them feel comfortable practising Christianity because it dignifies humanity. Millions of Muslims, now pastors, including my relatives, have been lost to Christianity. Shame!

While sharing my ugly experiences at Ilé-Kéú, in my series titled "A Serialisation of the Indelible Memory of Life at Ilé Keu and Life After", I narrated how some of us students escaped similar brutality. When the hostility became unbearable and hopes seemed evaporated, we escaped and wandered in Lagos streets for years.

Even the Hadith of the Prophet sternly warns against brutality, "- عَنْ أَبِي بُرْدَةَ الْأَنْصَارِيِّ : أَنَّهُ سَمِعَ النبيَّ ﷺ يَقُولُ: لَا يُجْلَدُ فَوْقَ عَشَرَةِ أَسْوَاطٍ، إِلَّا فِي حَدٍّ مِنْ حُدُودِ اللَّهِ. مُتَّفَقٌ عَلَيْهِ." “He should not be flogged for more than ten lashes except in one of the limits set by God.”

Islam never supports brutality. And that is why Muslims are usually encouraged to exhibit behaviour that helps promote the peace that Islam represents and preaches. Isn't it ironic a cleric that preaches peace could encourage his students to subject fellow students to brutality. In fact, the converse is truly the case.

Education, they say, illuminates the darkness. When things are going wrong, education comes in to right the wrongs. One of the significant roles western education plays in the life of every Muslim is to guide them in the right direction. This is the reason modern-day Muslims continue to preach that every Muslim gets western education.

I am an advocate of western education for Muslim boys and girls. It is a form of emancipation from the outlandish lifestyles many of them are gladly forced to live.

However, it surpassed my worst expectation that some of us Muslims are defending the brutality meted out to the students in the viral video on social media. They claim erroneously that the punishment was dispensed, following the instructions from the parents. Too bad. What a big mistake!

I am not surprised at all because I had once passed through the same inhuman, hostile system. As if born to suffer, some used to be tethered to a pole and some chained to a spot to prevent them from enjoying the freedom of movement.

In this 21st century, our Ile-keu should stop chasing Muslim children away. They should raise scholars and professionals. Their products causing unrest in society should serve as a deterrent."

What’s Special About Islamize Musicians Really?

What’s Special About Islamize Musicians Really?

YOU ASK?


Read to the End and you’ll SEE!!!



Everyday i celebrate Islamize Musicians Across the world



But before that



Something interesting happened yesterday



Firstly Facebook, Instagram and Whatsapp were down for about 6 hours



For the first time in years

 

 

I missed communicating with Divine Messengers

 

 

It felt so distant




I wanted to send a message around 6pm and interact on *Lawujo Awon Musulumi Olorun* I couldnt 



I stared at my Whatsapp Over and Over again, I felt lonely for a bit 



But glad we are back




I know you have seen a billion ways to celebrate any Islamize Singers of your choice



I shared about *Many different Practicable ways to celebrate Islamize Musicians sometimes ago*



We deserved to celebrate Ourselves



*Talented*

 

*Educated*

 

*Adorable*

 

*Charming*

 

*Helpful*

 

*Encouraging*

 

*Responsible*


*Liberating*

 

 

It is such a good thing to be the pillar of Morals in the Society as well as in Islam

 

 

 

We uphold standards, Morals and Keep the religion lively

 

 

Our succinct way of breaking down complexities via music makes us sit at the top of the worlds profession



One of the reasons you need to be at your best as a musician.

 

 

When an Islamize Musician gets into any other profession

 

 

He succeeds more than anyone he or she meets there

 

 

A Musician naturally becomes a better leader, cause of same ability to blend power of rhythm under your personal control, make unique thematic content and tunes  that goes beyond ordinary.

 

 

 

No one has a moral expectation of a banker, engineer, or lawyer

 

 

In Fact they say Lawyers are Liars.



But an Islamize Musician is way beyond.


 

And everyone has a moral expectation of an Islamize Musician

 

 

Its an honor to be placed in such light



Glad to be not just a  Musician but an Islamize one.




A Life Changer.


A community shaper


A religious-culture influencer

 

 

It’s a deep sense of responsibility to know that




The Future of Islam Lies In Our Hands

 


It always been and will forever be

 

  

You are the best.




*You Should Know*:-


The doors to learning of  Rudiment of Music Opened, but the Shutdown of whatsapp didn’t allow me get the message to you


Just be ready.



It will happen tomorrow, in sha Allah.




*Ifeleye Ray Classislam* is my name.



Salam Alaekum.

YOU ASK?


Read to the End and you’ll SEE!!!



Everyday i celebrate Islamize Musicians Across the world



But before that



Something interesting happened yesterday



Firstly Facebook, Instagram and Whatsapp were down for about 6 hours



For the first time in years

 

 

I missed communicating with Divine Messengers

 

 

It felt so distant




I wanted to send a message around 6pm and interact on *Lawujo Awon Musulumi Olorun* I couldnt 



I stared at my Whatsapp Over and Over again, I felt lonely for a bit 



But glad we are back




I know you have seen a billion ways to celebrate any Islamize Singers of your choice



I shared about *Many different Practicable ways to celebrate Islamize Musicians sometimes ago*



We deserved to celebrate Ourselves



*Talented*

 

*Educated*

 

*Adorable*

 

*Charming*

 

*Helpful*

 

*Encouraging*

 

*Responsible*


*Liberating*

 

 

It is such a good thing to be the pillar of Morals in the Society as well as in Islam

 

 

 

We uphold standards, Morals and Keep the religion lively

 

 

Our succinct way of breaking down complexities via music makes us sit at the top of the worlds profession



One of the reasons you need to be at your best as a musician.

 

 

When an Islamize Musician gets into any other profession

 

 

He succeeds more than anyone he or she meets there

 

 

A Musician naturally becomes a better leader, cause of same ability to blend power of rhythm under your personal control, make unique thematic content and tunes  that goes beyond ordinary.

 

 

 

No one has a moral expectation of a banker, engineer, or lawyer

 

 

In Fact they say Lawyers are Liars.



But an Islamize Musician is way beyond.


 

And everyone has a moral expectation of an Islamize Musician

 

 

Its an honor to be placed in such light



Glad to be not just a  Musician but an Islamize one.




A Life Changer.


A community shaper


A religious-culture influencer

 

 

It’s a deep sense of responsibility to know that




The Future of Islam Lies In Our Hands

 


It always been and will forever be

 

  

You are the best.




*You Should Know*:-


The doors to learning of  Rudiment of Music Opened, but the Shutdown of whatsapp didn’t allow me get the message to you


Just be ready.



It will happen tomorrow, in sha Allah.




*Ifeleye Ray Classislam* is my name.



Salam Alaekum.

Islam Got Talent Foundation Executives List for 2021/22

Islam Got Talent Foundation Executives List for 2021/22


*1. Mr. Razaq Olamilekan - Ex- Officio 


*2. Mr. Olayinka  Ayanshola - Executive Directo


*3. Mr. Aremu Mudasheer - Assistant Executive Directo


*4. Mr. Yomi Quadri- Treasure


*5. Sister Yussuf Mariam - Welfar


*6. Sister Lawal Monsurat - Registra


*7. Sister Afolabi Modinat - Organizing Secretar


*8. Comrade Abiola - P. R. O 


*9. Mr. Adeyeye Gboyega- P.R.O 


*10. Dr. M. A . Bogunmbe - Special Advise


*11. Mr. Ismail Abdlateef- IGTF 1st Ambassado


*12. Sis. Sekinat Ajokeade - IGTF 2nd Ambassado


*13. Mr. Hassan Jamiu - IGTF 3rd Ambassado


*14. Mrs. Afolabi Mutiyat - Customers Care Agen


*15. Mr. Abidoye Tajudeen - Membe


May Allah support and guide us through our individual quota in the quest to make IGTF great.


*1. Mr. Razaq Olamilekan - Ex- Officio 


*2. Mr. Olayinka  Ayanshola - Executive Directo


*3. Mr. Aremu Mudasheer - Assistant Executive Directo


*4. Mr. Yomi Quadri- Treasure


*5. Sister Yussuf Mariam - Welfar


*6. Sister Lawal Monsurat - Registra


*7. Sister Afolabi Modinat - Organizing Secretar


*8. Comrade Abiola - P. R. O 


*9. Mr. Adeyeye Gboyega- P.R.O 


*10. Dr. M. A . Bogunmbe - Special Advise


*11. Mr. Ismail Abdlateef- IGTF 1st Ambassado


*12. Sis. Sekinat Ajokeade - IGTF 2nd Ambassado


*13. Mr. Hassan Jamiu - IGTF 3rd Ambassado


*14. Mrs. Afolabi Mutiyat - Customers Care Agen


*15. Mr. Abidoye Tajudeen - Membe


May Allah support and guide us through our individual quota in the quest to make IGTF great.

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