Tag: 1948

Islamic Thought 21 Min Read

Correcting the concept of victory after the ICJ ruling

Can you link a boy, a monk, a king, a magician, and the People of the Ditch to the recent ICJ ruling against Israel?

News 6 Min Read

Israel dealt blow as ICJ progresses genocide case

Is the interim measure a step toward justice or a missed opportunity to have demanded an end to bloodshed?

News 12 Min Read

Muslim leaders slam UK government for Hizb ut-Tahrir ban

The ban has sparked a heated debate on the consistency and ethics of the UK's foreign policy decisions.

Editorials 7 Min Read

Israel taken to World Court over landmark genocide case

South Africa’s landmark genocide case against Israel is heard today at the International Court of Justice (ICJ).

News 7 Min Read

CAGE finds Palestinian solidarity in UK being shut down

A report by the Muslim advocacy group CAGE International has shown a 455 per cent rise in cases since May-July 2021 spike.

News 7 Min Read

Islam21c marks International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People

As we mark the 75th anniversary of the Palestinian Catastrophe, the spirit of Palestine surely remains unyielding.

The Pain of Invasion, Relief and the Way to Victory

Marking its 68th anniversary, very few remain to tell their story of the Nakbah, or the Palestinian Catastrophe, of 1948. One that culminated in the violent extermination and mass expulsion of millions of Palestinians from their homes to be replaced by a migrant people, prompted by a political movement, branded