Ahmed Hammuda recounts one of the bloodiest massacres of unarmed protesters in recent world history, whose perpetrators are still at large…
In this week’s Unscripted podcast we are joined by two special guests with a deep understanding of the topic: Jalal Ouerghi, a leader of Tunisia’s ruling Ennahda Party; and Anas Altikriti, founder and CEO of the Cordoba Foundation think-tank.
Between politicised religious institutions and tempting salaries, how did Islam’s scholars maintain their independence?
Ustadh Tariq Huq says India is at a critical juncture
India is in flames, but what can YOU do to help your brothers and sisters?
“Let us act as Islām guides us to act during challenges”
Scholars of Islamic law are discussing whether voting is obligatory or recommended, let alone forbidden!
The Syrian revolution was NOT khuruj
From Cairo to Alexandria to Suez, people are demanding the coup leader’s ouster. After thousands of martyrs and incarcerations, the Egyptian giant is finally waking up from its slumber.
Dr. Abdul Wahid argues that the political disasters we are witnessing today are inherent in the reigning secular political creeds