Zimarina Sarwar argues in a culture where nothing is immune from being turned into a commodity, we need to be vocal and firm to preserve the sacred essence of Ramadan.
“These characters and lands and stories have contributed to my children’s understanding of Islam and how it fits into the world they occupy.”
The economic boom caused by Ramadan in the UK is described as third after Christmas and Easter. Laura Stuart asks if Muslims are using this power effectively…
The burgeoning Muslim middle classes are walking into an epidemic, writes educationalist Usman Qureshi.
Tomorrow is the sacred festival of one of the world’s fastest and most aggressively spreading new religions.
In 1960 Tunisia’s secularist president Bourguiba asked the esteemed scholar Ibn ʿĀshūr to issue a fatwa to abandon fasting for its impact on the economy. Ibn ʿĀshūr went on public radio and responded…