Tag: COMPASSION

When NOT to give your Islamic reminders

When calamity strikes, giving someone an Islamic reminder does not take the place of showing basic compassion. Reminders are important and benefit the believers, yet there are times when a moment of empathy is the more appropriate response.

The Spectacle of Suffering

The Spectacle of Suffering & Learning to Empathise The image of Aylan Kurdi, of a forlorn three year old boy alone on a beach, flat down on his face as sea water lapped over and around him, appeared to wake the conscience of millions. We were confronted with ourselves, our

Unscripted #10 | We join HT

For today’s episode of the Unscripted podcast by Islam21c, Umer and Salman join HT...

The Language of Mercy in Islamic Discourse | Face to Face

In this Face to Face episode, Sheikh Alomgir Ali discusses the language of mercy in contemporary Islamic discourse.

Japan & the Last Caliphate: Dawn of Robotics?

When the Rising Sun met the Crescent Moon The history of robots has its origins in the ancient world. Even as early as the 12th Century, Muslims such as al-Jazari were making significant advances in the field of automata/automations which are self-operating machines, or machines or control mechanisms designed to