Ramadan reflections on Muslim loss of mandate to rule

Hamdija Begovic

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

More Stories

Embrace the joy of being unknown 

Zimarina Sarwar 12 Min Read

In a world where we continually share parts of our precious lives online, we need to reclaim the joy of living the best life offline.

Why Andrew Tate Was Good for Islamic Discourse

Hamza Saleem 19 Min Read

Just as a volcano erupts and eventually subsides, so too did the presence of Andrew Tate. But will his legacy follow the same pattern?

What is the Hijri Calendar?

Shaykh Ali Hammuda 18 Min Read

The Hijri calendar was created by Allah for humanity, and so reviving it is an act of worship, a statement of identity and the best system to organize our life around.

Meeting Evil With Silence

Ahmed Hammuda 9 Min Read

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

Do This On GCSE Results Day

Dr Arshad Gul-Shafi 7 Min Read

Don't panic! Educationalist and careers specialist Dr Shafi says there are lots of options available even if you don't get the results you wanted.

No-Strings-Attached Nikah, Mincel, Red Pill: The Case for Islamic RSE

Mariya bint Rehan 38 Min Read

Increasingly younger Muslim men are being swept up in an internet storm of misogyny. What does this miseducation tell us about British Muslim culture and what can we learn from it? The