Politics

Can the Muslim vote really make a difference?

Abu Aafiyah

Hundreds of Muslims from across the country convened for one thing last weekend; a general election is now set for 4 July.

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Is halting Guantánamo trials enough?

Dr. Asim Qureshi 7 Min Read

Within hours of taking office, President Barack Hussein Obama has issued an order to stop the military tribunals at Guantánamo Bay in order to review and possible overhaul them. Many would have

New President, Same Rhetoric

Ahmed Ali 8 Min Read

Of course, the many Muslims of both the East and West who called for Obama’s support, with his every word on the tip of their tongues, will undoubtedly be overwhelmed with a

Regime Change: Western style

Ahmed Ali 20 Min Read

The debacle and contradiction that has become the Middle East doesn’t cease to amaze, with the continuous instigation of Western governments with malign intentions the Middle East has forestalled peace as if

Myopic Tendencies

Ahmed Ali 18 Min Read

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

Urging the Muslims to perform Qunut for Muslims in Gaza

Shaykh Dr. Haitham al-Haddad 8 Min Read

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

Who are We and are We Proud to be British?

Shaykh Dr. Haitham al-Haddad 19 Min Read

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