Why do Muslims treat prisoners better than others?

Dr. Salman Butt

In this Islamic Thought video, Dr. Salman Butt explores a critical yet often overlooked aspect of the ongoing genocide: the treatment of prisoners.

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Debating the Burqa

Editor 12 Min Read

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