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Ramadan reflections on Muslim loss of mandate to rule

Hamdija Begovic 9 Min Read

In part two of a short series, Hamdija Begovic looks at the Nietzschean idea of the man-god, and how we should respond.

100 years on, the Ummah remains strong and empowered

Maira Mirza 6 Min Read

A century on from the end of the Caliphate, we must not feel defeated; we are as strong and principled as ever.

Abdul Hamid II showed that anti-Zionism isn’t anti-Semitism

Kasim Tekin 8 Min Read

Zionists regularly conflate anti-Zionism with anti-Semitism, but one Ottoman leader disproved this back in 1876.

Do you know Europe’s forgotten Muslim-majority country?

Edward Rowe 17 Min Read

The Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus may not be a familiar name, but it is home to nearly 400,000 Muslims.

Why the Muslims lost the mandate to rule

Hamdija Begovic 20 Min Read

In part one of a short series, Hamdija Begovic looks at the neo-Nietzschean alt-right and the loss of Muslim rule.

Gaza and boycott of the Prophet and Companions

AbdulRahman El-Nounu 8 Min Read

Lessons can be learnt from the Quraysh boycott of the Messenger ﷺ and the ongoing challenges faced by Gazans.