Opinions of Islam21C
China’s Accomplices of Torture
Every form of torture and interrogation would have followed a chain of command and is ‘probably recorded in writing’.
How Abu Hurayrah Overcame His Nafs With a Glass of Milk
An amazing story exemplifying this noble characteristic of “preferring others over themselves even though they were in need of that” is the case of Abū Bakr.
The People Declare China Guilty of Genocide
“The allegations are of the gravest human rights violations and international crimes,” said Sir Geoffrey Nice, the tribunal’s chair.
Arthur’s death should serve as a bitter reminder about our collective human responsibility towards each other.
Burhan Uddin dissects an incident from the life of the Messenger ﷺ to better understand the principles surrounding the quality of sacrifice by preferring the needs of others over ourselves.
Leaked Government Documents Expose Xi Jinping’s Role in East Turkestan Genocide
The virtual Uyghur Tribunal hearing concentrated on the so-called Xinjiang Papers, which are also known as “Absolutely No Mercy”.
How to Unify a Fractured Nation
There are only a limited number of individuals who truly grasp the extent of the Shariah’s emphasis on achieving Muslim unity, let alone the fewer persons who actively strive towards it with all their might, wisdom, and patience.
The Uyghur Muslims of East Turkestan are forced between the ‘rock’ of Chinese communist oppression and the ‘hard place’ of being a tool of Western foreign policy, writes Dr Abdul Wahid.
STAND4UYGHURS Live Discussion
Join Dr Salman Butt, Hamza Tzortzis and Arslan Hidayat as they talk about the upcoming #stand4uyghurs demonstration.
Why Modern Atheists Are Mushriks
After coining “Farangism Studies” to unmask western modernity in his first article, Mirza Safwat is back with a closer look at the polytheistic, pagan roots of popular western atheism.