The right of truth is for it to be imparted, not hidden or obscured. In Arabic, the word for ‘worthy‘ (ahaq) derives from the word for ‘truth’ (haq). This implies that the truth is the worthiest pursuit and objective.
Author: Ahmed Hammuda
A poem by Ahmed Hammuda summarising the history of prophets in Jerusalem
Millions of Christians may be worshipping Jesus PBUH this Easter because they believe he died for their sins.
But does it befit God’s justice to punish a mighty prophet for the sins of others?
#Aqsa is the barometer of the Muslim Ummah. When Muslims are strong, Jerusalem is safe for all. Ahmed Hammuda charts the historical and theological transfer of the ‘Promised Land’ from one group of believers to another.
Ahmed Hammuda recounts one of the bloodiest massacres of unarmed protesters in recent world history, whose perpetrators are still at large…
“The erosion of scholarly independence can be attributed to the nature of the modern nation state itself,” writes Ahmed Hammuda, as he discusses the historic features that were pivotal to cementing an independent and objective scholarly tradition free of political meddling and manipulation.
In this instalment, Ahmed Hammuda describes how scholars of the past not only curtailed the political establishment but empowered society to morally ‘punish’ it should it lose sight of justice.
Between politicised religious institutions and tempting salaries, how did Islam’s scholars maintain their independence?
We all know social media thrives on dispute and drama, but fear not! Ahmed Hammuda brings you 7 usūli tips we desperately need today for dealing with disagreements, to kick off our #SocialMediaWeek
With the final Prophet, Muhammad (sala Allahu ‘alayhi wasalam), history is replete with how his scorners faced abysmal and humiliating ends whilst his immaculate status was forever preserved.