As the world marks twenty years since 9/11, I personally mark ten years of being a Muslim. Now I see things under the light of my religion, a religion that I chose despite how much it was being grossly misrepresented across the world.
As a staggering 20 years has now passed since 11 September 2001, it is bewildering to think that we have an entire generation of fully grown adults who were not even born when the passenger planes struck the Twin Towers that fateful day.
As Biden begins a contested path towards the White House, what does the post-Trump era really mean for Muslims?
57 years ago today, Malcolm X delivered a historic speech that would introduce a valuable reality to our collective vocabulary…
If World War l is viewed as the moment that the US became a world superpower (circa 1916), then 2020 may define the beginning of the end of the American Empire and its ‘White supremacist’ power structure.
She remains somewhat of an unsung hero in Muslim circles whenever Malcolm X is discussed…
The revolutionary “Hadith Disciple” Mufti Muneer joins today’s Unscripted podcast.
The “bad apples” narrative has a long history and has been deployed numerous times to underplay the extent of racism.
“Islamic films” … ever thought you’d hear those words? Well Canadian storyteller Boonaa Mohammed makes them for fun!
“Peace in Afghanistan was always possible, but it was captives on both sides that helped to start the process.”