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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Introduction I have always claimed that how we “see” things is not an independent act but one that is mediated through structures of meaning learnt over time in the milieu of society.

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We live in a time of technological wonder. I can communicate with anyone in almost any part of the world at the click of a button. I can even see someone who

Moderate Islam: the Growing Sentiment Against Liberalism

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Increasingly, Muslims nationwide are bombarded with the media’s adaptation of Islam and its principles. Consequently, the West is fed a misrepresentation of what a moderate Muslim should be. However, is it the

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Elegy for the Nation: Rise and Fall

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The Obligation to Support the Proposed New Mosque in East London

Shaykh Dr. Haitham al-Haddad 6 Min Read

There has been an ongoing debate concerning the proposed establishment of a new mosque in East London. It is true that many Muslims and some non-Muslims are supporting it, yet we have