Islam reached Africa before Madinah even existed
In this short article, I would like to share some historical notes about Islam’s first connections with Sub-Saharan (i.e. Black) Africa.
Timbuktu: Empire of Knowledge
Imagine a legendary city in 16th century West Africa where thousands of Black African students pondered over the latest ideas in science, mathematics, and medicine.
Rebellion against unjust rulers was common among the scholars of the Salaf, in this part of the series Ahmed Hammuda highlights the era of the Tabi’un, including the great Imams Abu Hanifa and Malik.
The Boy that Changed the World
In the age of fictional superheroes, Sh Shaqur Rehman tells the story of a boy who really did change the world.
British colonial lies underlying modern Hindu-Muslim conflict exposed
Scholars That Rebelled Against Tyranny (Part 1)
“Scholars of Hadīth have a profound history of political opposition.”
The Battle between the Islamic Caliphate and China
“The battle determined the question which of the two civilisations, the Chinese or the Muslim, should predominate in the land…”
Ramadān: the Month of Heroes & Victory
Ramadan is not only famous for fasting but for victories that changed the course of history.
The Early Muslims in Ramadan
The Prophet certified the first three generations as being the “best”. He said: “The best people are my generation, and then those who came after them, and then those who came after them”.
Malcolm: Little to X
The life, legacy, and martyrdom of Malcolm X (raḥimahu Allāhu)