Tag: 1440

“Panic” Created in Kashmir by Indian State

Tourists told to leave. Extra troops deployed. People stockpiling essentials. Petrol pumps and ATMs run dry. Two Kashmiris write about panic in Kashmir right now.

What Can YOU Do for Tuqa?

“And when the girl who was buried alive is asked. For what sin she was killed?”

Six Considerations for Every Pilgrim

Travelling for Ḥajj this year? Here's what you need to think about before you leave for the airport...

39°C!? The Extraordinary Secrets of Lowering the Gaze

Today could see unprecedented temperatures, maybe up to 39C in the South-East. And despite expert heat warnings, many will be encouraged to greet the soaring heat onto their bared flesh. With such a reality, today, we must renew our commitment, not only to protecting our eyes from the burning heat

Islamic FinTech: More Virtual Than Reality?

Will innovation in FinTech break Islamic finance out of the unjust banking framework?

China’s Concentration Camps: What Can We Do?

“We are witness to the ‘largest industrial scale persecution of a religious minority since the Holocaust’ and we find Muslim leaders, at best, staying silent, and at worst, speaking in support of such persecution!”

A Bigger Threat than Islamophobia

In a day and age where Islamophobia is on the rise, what could possibly be a greater threat to us as Muslims?

Saudi Jeddah Fest: The Desperate Face of Liberalism

"Those seeking to 'liberalise' the country have become neither stately custodians of Islām, nor paraders of the political systems of Liberalism. They sway between the two and belong to neither."

Will Morsi’s Death Awaken our Voices against Injustice?

Lukman Harees questions when the Muslim moral imperative for striving for justice will move from the current reactive stage to a much-needed proactive stage.

Zaira Wasim: Leaving Bollywood for Allah

"Who is there to stand between you and Allāh (subḥānahu wa taʿālā)'s forgiveness?"