Abdul Wahid

Abdul Wahid has been active in Muslim affairs in the UK for over 25 years. He has been published on the websites of Foreign Affairs, Open Democracy, the Times Higher Educational Supplement, and Prospect Magazine. You can follow him on X/Twitter.

The case for military intervention in Gaza

7 Min Read

The so-called Israel Defense Forces is behind this ongoing genocide, but who makes up the real Zionist Defence Force?

Humza Yousaf, the Ulama, & the Challenge of Assimilation

15 Min Read

Following Humza Yousaf's appointment as Scotland's First Minister, Abdul Wahid argues that Yousaf's newfound office may be more harmful than helpful.

10 Years Ago Our Colleague Was Abducted in Pakistan. His Wife & Children Still Don’t Know Where He Is.

4 Min Read

"Ten years ago this week a good man was snatched off the streets of Pakistan by the intelligence services whilst collecting his young children from school," writes Abdul Wahid.

Uyghur Muslims – Between a Rock & a Hard Place

10 Min Read

The Uyghur Muslims of East Turkestan are forced between the ‘rock’ of Chinese communist oppression and the ‘hard place’ of being a tool of Western foreign policy, writes Abdul Wahid.

Khilafah: Yesterday & Tomorrow | Abdul Wahid on Unscripted #78

1 Min Read

100 years after the fall of the last caliphate, Abdul Wahid sits down with Dr. Salman Butt for a very special podcast to discuss all things Khilafah.

Cartoons, insults, and martyrs to ‘free speech’

9 Min Read

“When this relentless propaganda meets an occasional violent response, there is shock and dismay,” writes Abdul Wahid.

Islam CAN deal with the fear and health implications of COVID-19

11 Min Read

The Muslim should not fear a virus, or anything of creation – rather, we should fear Allāh, the One who created the virus, writes Abdul Wahid.

Brexit – an inevitable disaster

12 Min Read

Abdul Wahid argues that the political disasters we are witnessing today are inherent in the reigning secular political creeds

Would you appoint Nigel Farage for a Brexit “independent” review?

9 Min Read

Prevent is in crisis, and the "independent review" to save its image is like putting lipstick on a pig, writes Abdul Wahid.

Unscripted #12 | Joined this time by Abdul Wahid

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Join us this week on a special Unscripted podcast with Abdul Wahid.