Hamza Saleem

Hamza is a graduate of the Sabeel Development Programme and a regular contributor to Islam21c. He currently works as an audiologist and as the manager of a creative studio. During his time at university, he served as the president of the Islamic Society, as well as the regional head brother of AlMaghrib and Sabeel. His interests lie in leadership, filmmaking, and Islamic studies, which he hopes to apply in his extracurricular endeavours.
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Turkey: 99 tonnes of gold discovered from burial site of Ertuğrul Gazi

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“We are talking about a value of about $6 billion when we try to put it in value at today’s prices”

Jordan aims to affirm custodianship of Al-Aqsa Mosque, fearing Israeli-backed Saudi takeover

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“Al-Aqsa Mosque shall be entered through the gate of its owners [Jordanian and Palestinian authorities], not through the gate of the Israeli occupation.”

#JusticeForGulnaz: Retribution demanded for Muslim girl burnt alive by Hindu man

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“The accused persons had been stalking and sexually harassing my sister for the last three [to] four months and pressurising her to marry Satish Rai. They killed her because she refused.”

Condolences on the passing of Sheikh Ali Hasan Al-Halabi

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Sheikh Ali bin Hassan Al-Halabi was from the senior students of Sheikh Nasiruddin al-Albani, a defender of the Sunnah and its people, and an exceptional scholar of Hadith.

In Their Shoes: Nationwide campaign tackles growing social ills in Muslim communities

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In collaboration with an array of organisations, personalities, and community leaders, Islam21c launched the In Their Shoes campaign this week to combat a worryingly unethical practice that is on the rise in our communities.

Condolences on the passing of Professor Ataullah Siddiqui

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It is with deep sadness that we inform our readers that Professor Ataullah Siddiqui has passed away to meet his Lord (subḥānahu wa taʿālā) after losing his battle with cancer. May Allāh have mercy upon him.

UAE announces ‘progressive’ new laws in favour of cohabitation and alcohol consumption

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The United Arab Emirates has announced a major overhaul of its Islamic personal laws by broadening personal 'freedoms' allowing unmarried couples to cohabitate, loosening alcohol restrictions, and criminalising so-called “honour killings”.

World leaders stand against offensive cartoons of the Prophet

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“There are limits to freedom of expression and we should realise that we do not have the right to insult religions.”

France’s draconian measures condemned in petition by prominent Muslim leaders

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Over 60 scholars, imams, activists and academics have signed a statement in defence of the Prophet Muhammad (sall Allāhu ‘alayhi wa sallam) and to stand in solidarity with France’s Muslims.

Gulf-wide campaign boycotting French products goes viral on social media

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Arab trade groups have started to remove French products from their shelves in protest against the insulting statements against Islam and the Prophet Muhammad (sall Allāhu ʿalayhi wa sallam)