“Why is Allah doing this to us?”

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She was just taking her little girl home from school...

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“When will it be right to be Muslim and gay?”

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“Vote Today; Be Kafir Tomorrow”: The Issue of Voting

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Analysis Palestine Politics 18 Min Read

Myopic Tendencies

It seems that the many governments of the world have been afflicted with a bout of myopia, and in keeping with the current trend of Middle Eastern dictators, have bowed their heads in subservience to the American will. Of course, America has not only stood faithfully beside her Israeli brethren,

Editorials Palestine 8 Min Read

Urging the Muslims to perform Qunut for Muslims in Gaza

All praise is due to Allah, the One who hears that which is not heard by others, the one who provides relief from adversity and misfortune. May the peace and blessings of Allah be upon the Prophet, his family and all of his Companions. It is clearly apparent to the

Opinion Politics UK 19 Min Read

Who are We and are We Proud to be British?

A Dialogue with the Muslim Community on Music, Culture, Identity and Britishness. As we said in the beginning of this series of articles, the debate around music is not limited to the legality of using musical instruments as was the case in the past; it has became part of a

Analysis Palestine Politics 9 Min Read

Colonial Pasts/Colonial Presents

The past is never dead. It’s not even past. William Faulkner, Requiem for a Nun The tragedy of Gaza today and of Palestine more broadly is a tragedy of forgotten histories. The world has forgotten that Israel is a colonial state. It is both born of a colonial past and

Opinion Politics UK 28 Min Read

Integration: Part Two, Reconstructing Integration

In the first part of this essay I claimed that discourses shape the scope of our vision as well as the manner in which we cognise the content of that vision. It is through this theoretical position that I have attempted to frame the issue of integration, and in choosing

America Opinion Politics 26 Min Read

Obama: The Great Black Hope?

It was, as historians will undoubtedly claim, a historic event, a time when democracy prevailed and the demarcation of race and colour in the US officially began to wane. They will argue that it had been a long time coming, a manifestation of America’s liberal predisposition and a triumph of

Analysis Opinion Politics US 8 Min Read

Are these the Jewels of Democracy?

These are the democracies that gave us Guantanamo bay, Abu Ghuraib, Camp Breadbasket and internment without trial. Even if Muslims do want to make a democratic choice, and get the rare chance to exercise it, their choice never seems to be quite good enough...

Analysis Finance 19 Min Read

The Credit Crunch: An Islamic Perspective

Over the last few months, it has been widely accepted that the “credit crunch” is the biggest financial and economic crisis to hit the Western world since the Great Depression of the 1930s. Virtually every individual has been affected directly or indirectly by the market meltdown and, for the first

Analysis General Islamic Thought Propagation 8 Min Read

Exposing Modernist Interpretations

The Islamic classical tradition has always viewed the Qur’an as a living, dynamic and intrusive text; tapping into the inner dispositions of man while simultaneously interacting with his political and social environment. The Qur’an, according to the classical tradition, is inescapably involved in the life of the believer seeking to

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The Prophet’s Final Sermon

  Abstract: A translated and referenced version of the The Farewell Sermon delivered by the Prophet, salla Allah 'alayhi wa sallam, on the day of 'Arafah, the ninth day of Dhul-Hijjah, 10 A.H. (632 CE), during his hajj. Attachments: File Description File size the_prophets_final_sermon.pdf 51 Kb

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