Khutbah: 20 Years of the War on Terror
As we enter the 20th anniversary of the “war on Terror” targeting Islam and Muslims, CAGE have created a khutbah template for Imams and Khatībs to use when preparing and delivering their Khutbah this week inshāAllāh.
Adieu Afghanistan! Another shame-faced exit from an unconquerable land
Zimarina Sarwar reminds us why Afghanistan is known as “The Graveyard of Empires”
If we only focus on Islamophobia, we will lose the fight against both Islamophobia and Palestine. But if we focus on Zionism itself, we have a chance to win both battles.
As Biden begins a contested path towards the White House, what does the post-Trump era really mean for Muslims?
Anatomy of a House Muslim
57 years ago today, Malcolm X delivered a historic speech that would introduce a valuable reality to our collective vocabulary…
If World War l is viewed as the moment that the US became a world superpower (circa 1916), then 2020 may define the beginning of the end of the American Empire and its ‘White supremacist’ power structure.
Are we in denial about racism?
Many of our black brothers and sisters—rightly so—are using this relatively rare airtime following George Floyd’s murder as an opportunity to highlight racism in general, including within the Muslim community that they have suffered…
The “bad apples” narrative has a long history and has been deployed numerous times to underplay the extent of racism.
An Unexpected Eid Lesson from Donald Trump
Lockdown veteran Moazzam Begg delivers a thought-provoking Eid message
Is the killing of Sulaimani a sign of weakening US influence in the Middle East?