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.
Today marks 54 years since Sayyid Qutb’s martyrdom (rahimahullāh). Ahmed Hammuda recounts one of the most famous poems he composed while waiting to be executed.
“We are witness to the ‘largest industrial scale persecution of a religious minority since the Holocaust’ and we find Muslim leaders, at best, staying silent, and at worst, speaking in support of such persecution!”
Lukman Harees questions when the Muslim moral imperative for striving for justice will move from the current reactive stage to a much-needed proactive stage.
The first and last elected President of Egypt, who answered the cries of Egypt’s impoverished, Syria, and Palestine, returns to the Court of Justice, standing in the courts of tyranny. Raḥimahu Allāhu.
Tel Aviv allegedly feared Morsi would revoke peace treaty and send military units to the Sinai Peninsula. A general of…
“…the Muslims were welcomed by a large proportion of the ruling aristocracy and the Jews.”
The CBS Television network has rejected requests by the Egyptian embassy not to broadcast an interview with president Abdel Fattah el-Sisi…
The silence of Muslim-majority states over China’s repression of Uyghurs is not due to ignorance, writes Lukman Harees, but a calculated political and economic decision.
Cairo court sentences 75 Egyptians to death over the Rabaa al-Adawiya Mosque sit-in demonstration against Sisi’s military coup