A new report by the Ayaan Institute urges world Muslim minority groups to focus on unity.
In this short article, I would like to share some historical notes about Islam’s first connections with Sub-Saharan (i.e. Black) Africa.
Imagine a legendary city in 16th century West Africa where thousands of Black African students pondered over the latest ideas in science, mathematics, and medicine.
In my work I see both sides of the humanitarian crisis – on the one hand, I see people suffering in terrible conditions; on the other hand, I also see people eager to help in any way they can.
It seems “We are all French” is nothing more than a thinly veiled excuse for the dominant culture to be able to strip all others of theirs, writes Sh Zahir Mahmood
Bashar al-Assad has returned France’s highest possible honour, the grand-croix. Presumably he is unworthy of the great distinction shared by the likes of Gaddafi, Mussolini and Franco.
How Islam Empowered Africa #BlackHistoryMonth
“I know people in America think Muslims are terrorists, but for Rwandans they were our freedom fighters during the genocide…”
The world is facing the largest humanitarian crisis since 1945, the United Nations has warned. The UN undersecretary-general for humanitarian…
Arabic is the main surviving language of the Semitic family. It is spoken in the Arab East and Arab West,…