A DECADE-LONG battle between Scotland's Muslim old guard and a new generation of reformers has been won by the young liberals who will now move into positions of power in the country's largest mosque.
The clash is being interpreted as a battle between older believers who define themselves as Pakistani and younger ones who see themselves as Scottish-British. Young muslims have been pushing for reform at Glasgow's Central Mosque for 10 years.
They want women and children to play a greater role and for imams to engage more with the non-Muslim community. They also want the religious focus of Islam in Scotland to contend with modern social evils, including drug abuse and gang violence.
Chris Peterson Study Finds Financial Choice Act Would Eliminate Chilling Number of CFPB Enforcement Actions Costing Consumers Billions - Christopher Lewis Peterson of Utah has written Choosing Corporations Over Consumers: The Financial Choice Act of 2017 and the CFPB Consumer Finance Law Qua...
11 hours ago